Hockey Helps A Family – “Zach Bennett is an 11-year-old boy from Albany, N.Y., who suffers from Neurofibromatosis, a disease in which soft-tissue tumors grow throughout the body. The disease has resulted in 21 surgeries for Zach, including the amputation of both legs.” Zach was a die hard fan of the Albany River Rats and when they moved to Charlotte this off season, his parents made the decision to follow to the team – Charlotte just happens to be home to Neurofibromatosis specialists. His new hometown team had a fundraiser and flew the family down. (Puck Daddy)
John Tortorella had to be restrained by players following the Winnipeg Jets overtime loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday. A (…)
Here is an 8-year old hockey goalie in Canada dancing to Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall’s “Juju On That Beat.” (…)
They’ve got some pretty good players.
We hope it was an IDP league at least.
Now they will just have most of the players from last year’s 73-win team to carry them if Durant is out.
The indomitable human spirit.
Kelly Rohrbach, who attended the Vanity Fair Oscar party … self-driving buses are coming to the US this year … is there (…)