LBC's Todd Little has spent a gargantuan amount of personal time and hearty effort in recapping the clubs we've lost since the early 20th century; here we present the entire slate in an ongoing series.
Despite making the playoffs 6 times in eight seasons, the Atlanta Flames were ultimately forced to head north for Calgary.
On Monday the Seattle City Council approved plans for a new $490 million arena giving Quebec City some serious competition for any potential relocation of an existing franchise and the NHL a viable American site for future expansion to 32 teams.
After 25 years as a cozy six team loop, the NHL doubled in size for the 1967-68 season. A look back at the event that had an enormous impact on today's NHL and set the stage for the league's next set of lost teams, the "Great Expansion".
The Toronto Globe and Mail is reporting the Atlanta Thrashers, current property of the Atlanta Spirit ownership group, will be sold to True North Sports & Entertainment, with an announcement of a...