Thursday, June 7, 2007

Hockey, We Will Certainly Miss Thee

The Finnish Flash capped the 06-07 season by lifting his first Stanley Cup.
David E. Klutho/SI

Last night's game five in Anaheim was the last game of the 2006-07 season, hockey's version of icing on the cake if you will, and it would be a shame to let the year pass without bidding adieu to the season that was.

To recap, here are some of the most talked about stories from 2006-07.

Chances are that I missed something. Heck, I probably left out some pretty important events. Feel free to let me know what else you think should be included either by email or in the comments, as I will continue to update this post.


  1. Nice work. There were some things in there I almost forgot about. I never saw the report about attendance figures, either.

    I'll miss hockey... I may be the only one...

  2. Great list. And very surprising Finals. Sens left it all in Buffalo. Here in Carolina, we're still stunned that we didn't make the playoffs. Glad to see the Rangers make it back. Would love to see the rest of the Original Six (sans Detroit) try harder to make it. And the Sabres can remain the bridesmaid. GO HURRICANES!

  3. Slightly biased, but the Sabres had 6 of the top 7 and 7 of the top 10 jerseys in sales. That still blows my mind.