Let’s give Johnny Gaudreau a minute

That is definitely Johnny Hockey’s sex face. If Team North America keeps this up, they will have to start planning the ticker tape parade down the streets of… I don’t know, San Salvador?


Summer Reading with Loser Domi: Hockey Night Fever

Welcome to another edition of Summer Reading with Loser Domi! Today’s book is Stephen Cole’s Hockey Night Fever: Mullets, Mayhem, and the Game’s Coming of Age in the 1970s.  This book discusses one of the most contentious eras of hockey by focusing on the Bruins, Flyers, and Canadiens during the 1970s. These three teams had […]

(Psst, the World Cup is dumb)

  The 2016 World Cup of Hockey is right around the corner, and let me tell you, it is super dumb. Perhaps feeding off the enthusiasm for the soccer version of the World Cup, or the Olympics, or even MLB’s World Baseball Classic, the NHL has revived the World Cup of Hockey after a 12 […]

Ovechkin finally beats Crosby

https://www.instagram.com/p/BJp_1drBvCv/?taken-by=aleksandrovechkinofficial So Alex Ovechkin did it. He finally reached a major life goal before Sidney Crosby, in the ever persistent battle to compare Ovechkin and Crosby, Ovie finally has something to hang his hat on: He got married before Crosby. Obviously, Mrs. Ovechkina, Nastya Shubskaya, married Alexander for his good looks, and many other attributes […]

Winter comes to Calgary around mid-October

I’m not sure there is an easier start to the schedule this year than the one the Calgary Flames will have to start the year. If they don’t win their first 5 days, it should only because they dropped one or two games, but definitely not more than half. Here are those games: @ Edmonton […]

Jimmy Vesey runs the NHL

It’s amazing how a simple act of defiance can really shake things up. Take the ever unfolding saga of Jimmy Vesey, for example. The NHL has set it up so that amateur athletes can be drafted by teams, who would then own their rights to sign them to their first professional contract. As a means […]

Outdoor hockey, St. Louis style.

As is always the case with these special outdoor events, the Chicago Blackhawks were selected to play in next year’s Winter Classic. As it stands, the Blackhawks now play 37% of their games outdoors. Of course, there are other teams that get to spend time outside with an apparent regularity. There is Detroit, Toronto and […]

Summer Reading: Jeremy Roenick Wrote Two Books

  With the offseason upon us, we’re looking for ways to pass the time. It’s hard to think about hockey when it’s 100 degrees outside, and August is really f’n boring. To remedy this, welcome to Summer Reading with Loser Domi, where we’ll be reading and discussing various hockey-related books.   Jeremy Roenick has been a […]

Nashville provides us with a viable third candidate

OK, well, I guess maybe not a viable candidate. I can think of a couple of reasons that Gnash probably can’t be president. First, I’m not sure we allow non-humans to hold elected office. Second, he isn’t older than the franchise, and the franchise isn’t even 35 years old, the minimum age a president must […]

A review of Arizona’s Paw Patrol auditions

Wait, what the heck is this? None of these are pups! And why aren’t any of these ladies wearing shirts? I think I need to get back to Adventure Bay. (This post was inspired by my 2 year old nephew. )

Summer Reading: Hockey Night in Dixie

Hello, everyone! Here’s the next installment of “Summer Reading with Loser Domi”, because the offseason is boring. This time, I’m discussing Hockey Night in Dixie: Minor Pro Hockey in the American South by Jon C. Stott. There are two parts to the book. The first part has a chapter each on the Roanoke Valley Vipers […]


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Introducing Summer Reading with Loser Domi

Hello, everyone! Some years ago, I was a bit of a darling around these parts with stupid humor and occasional hockey material. After a lengthy hiatus, I’ve come back (at least temporarily) to Barry Melrose Rocks. One of my favorite tags in the old site was “August is Really F’n Boring”, and I have a […]

We are a week removed from Pittsbugh claiming the Stanley Cup.

No sir, it still doesn’t get any better than this: Much like LeBron James returning to Cleveland, Phil Kessel returned to the United States and won the Stanley Cup for America. How does that feel, Toronto? Phil Kessel won the Stanley Cup, and did so while putting together 22 Playoff points. It’s OK to admit that […]