We all know the NHL needs a technological breakthrough to improve the presentation of their game to the masses. Here’s an idea.
In a perfect world, the NHL would become the people’s choice, not just because of the game itself, but also because of the atmosphere surrounding the game and its environs, environs that have, for the most part, remained immune to the kinds of cripplingly bad press we’ve seen other leagues and sports endure this summer.
While in Milwaukee on Saturday, I noticed that my right knee began to pop when I flexed it in and out. No pain mind you, but its got me thinking about what I had done to it. I had done a lot of walking around the city on Friday and maybe that was it. Saturday and Sunday was more of the same, and I played hockey on Sunday night with no problems to report. Today, it is still popping when I flex it. I have been told that this problem may disappear in a couple weeks. As long as it isn’t hurting my goaltending, I am fine with it. Lets hope it goes away.