Commentary and analysis on sports fandom and Patrick Kane, Jarret Stoll signing with the Rangers, Sidney Crosby’s legacy and much more in this collection of hockey-blogging goodness. 

HOCKEY IN SOCIETY: A reflection on sports fandom and how it pertains to the recent investigation involving Patrick Kane.

AWFUL ANNOUNCING: Andrew Bucholtz on the criticism leveled at The Buffalo News’ coverage of the Patrick Kane rape allegations.

What will be Sidney Crosby's legacy?

What will be Sidney Crosby’s legacy?

PUCK DADDY: Ryan Lambert explains how Jarret Stoll might represent value over better players.

GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier examines the legacy of Pittsburgh Penguins star Sidney Crosby.

JAPERS’ RINK: Ryan Stimson answers how the Washington Capitals can replace defenseman Mike Green via passing metrics.

THE HOCKEY WRITERS: Andy Dudones believes Sean Couturier is a steal at $26 million.

THE SIN BIN: Scotty Wazz on how Auston Matthews decision to play in Europe is comparable to young players who signed with IHL teams in the 1990s.

PENSION PLAN PUPPETS: Hockey analytics needs more theory, not just more data.

BLUESHIRT BANTER: Nick Mercadante on how employing comparative analysis tools can better evaluate goaltender performance.

GRANTLAND: Sean McIndoe passes judgement on every Stanley Cup title awarded.