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NHL 15 XBox One Review

Friday, September 5th, 2014

NHL 15 is released on September 9th, and this would be the first NHL game to be released on the new systems, XBox One and Playstation 4. I decided to go with NHL 15 on the XBox One(and bought the system just last Saturday). There were a couple of reasons for that. First, I prefer […]

Summer Reading #2: Roy, Onrait & Knuckles

Tuesday, August 19th, 2014

I honestly don’t know why I call this “Summer reading”. i guess technically it’s Summer – but I read all these three books over the last week, and I read them all in the house cuddled under some bloody blankets. I refuse to put the heating on in the Summer but it’s so freezing I’m […]

Summer Reading: 3 Hockey Book Reviews

Thursday, August 14th, 2014

Well it’s been a crappy Summer so far in Canada – hence all those NHL sims. Here in Ontario it seems we’ll have 1 day of sunshine followed by 3 days of rain. Not fun at all. As I write this, it feels like a bloody hurricane outside with just gale force winds. And that’s […]

“Don’t Call Me Goon” Book Review

Wednesday, February 5th, 2014

Don’t Call me A Goon is written by Greg Oliver & Richard Kamchen. Like it or not, fighting is a huge part of the game of hockey and it really sets it apart from all the other major sports in the world. Don’t Call Me Goon covers some of the best fighters to ever lace […]

Welcome To Maple Leaf Gardens Book Review

Thursday, November 7th, 2013

As we’ve said before on BetNHL – one thing we want to focus on this season is expanding the current content. We want to go beyond just NHL Tips and cover everything hockey – from books to video games to fantasy hockey etc. Today I’m going to be providing a book review of the book […]

NHL 14 Review

Friday, September 20th, 2013

NHL 14 Review (Played on XBox 360) Well it’s been out for about a week or so now so we figure its about time for me(Scott) to write about how we feel about the 2014 version of the best video game series ever made. For the first time that I can remember, I didn’t go […]