Digital Art Spotlight: Go Blue Machines

A Wallpaper created by a Leafs fan for Leafs fans. Ride the blue wave to Ontario’s Capital City and see the Buds like never before playing hockey in front of Toronto City Hall in front of the iconic Toronto Sign. It’s The Best Game You Can Name for a reason. License: Free… Read more“Digital Art Spotlight: Go Blue Machines”

You May Not Know Her Name But You DEFINITELY Know Her Work

Dolores Claman, the woman behind the catchy tune that used to introduce CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada broadcasts, has died at 94. Claman’s daughter Madeleine Morris said Saturday that her mother died in Spain this week, about two years after she was diagnosed with dementia. “She was a good, ripe old age,… Read more“You May Not Know Her Name But You DEFINITELY Know Her Work”

NHL Legend Eddie Shack Dies at 83

Eddie Shack, the larger than life hockey player who played for six NHL Teams from 1959-1975 died yesterday at 83. Known by his many legions of fans as “The Entertainer” and “The Nose” Born in Sudbury Ontario, Shack’s playing career started with the Guelph Biltmores playing for five seasons starting… Read more“NHL Legend Eddie Shack Dies at 83”