On goalies, and in particular, really good Finnish ones.
Sports on Earth Jan 2014
How a rogue p.r. man pulled a fast one on professional hockey.
Fortune Jul 2013
How a financial advisor for NHL players may have orchestrated a massive fraud.
julianrubinstein.com Nov 2004
The story of Attila Ambrus, who was released from jail this morning in Hungary. Nicknamed the Whiskey Robber because witnesses always spotted him having a double across the street prior to his heists, Ambrus only stole from state-owned banks and post offices, becoming a Hungarian folk hero during his seven years on the lam. While on his spree he was also the goaltender for Budapest's best-known hockey team and was arguably the worst pro goalie ever to play the sport, once giving up 23 goals in a single game. Excerpted from Ballad of the Whiskey Robber: A True Story of Bank Heists, Ice Hockey, Transylvanian Pelt Smuggling, Moonlighting Detectives, and Broken Hearts.
Sports Illustrated Feb 2011
The bizarre tale–and unlikely turnaround–of an NHL player who tried to have his youth coach murdered.