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Leaf and hockey blogs worth visiting

The risk in suggesting good hockey blogs to follow is that you inevitably forget some really worthwhile sites.  I’m sure I will today, but I just wanted to take a moment to mention some sites that have certainly caught my eye over the past couple of years as I have become somewhat entrenched in this so-called “blogospehere”.

Some links are also available on the right hand side of this site.

Joe Pelletier’s Greatest Hockey Legends at  remains an excellent site, with well-crafted articles on little-known hockey facts and moments.  It's so well pulled together, every time.

Of course just about every walking, waking Leaf fan knows about Pension Plan Puppets ( )  Not a day goes by, I’m sure, without thousands of people stopping by the site for information, stories from a host of solid writers and assorted Leaf news and updates.

Maple Leaf Hot Stove at  is an exceptionally good hockey site.  Again, a range of writers, views and opinions and thoughtful Leaf perspectives pretty much daily.

I also enjoy the perspective at We Want a Cup .  Just an excellent job all-around.  The reflective front-page post  alone makes it a must visit.

I’m sure just about every hockey fan knows about Down Goes Brown and his unique work online and at the National Post.  He often combines with the always-entertaining Bloge Salming site, at

Long-time former NHL goaltender Phil Myre brings a “been there” perspective at

Puckin’ eh is an excellent Leaf site that I always enjoy, too, at

One of my favorite hockey (non-Leaf sites) has to do with an organization I’ve developed a fondness for over the years, the Nashville Predators.  With low budgets, uncertain ownership (and despite cries that they play in a “non-hockey” market) the Preds have built a first class organization on and off the ice under David Poile and Barry Trotz.  And they have a growing and dedicated fan base.  Preds on the Glass is an outstanding hockey site that brings us up to date every day throughout the year at

If you love outstanding photographs of hockey new and old, you’ll never want to miss

I’d be interested to hear from you about sites I may not even be aware of, but should be!  By all means send your suggestions along.

1 comment:

  1. I greatly appreciate your kind words. I always look forward to your daily posts, especially those reminding us that Toronto has had a winning hockey team and can again.