Monthly Archives: April 2013

Western Conference Playoff Preview

30th
Apr. × ’13

#1 Vs #8 The Chicago Blackhawks seemingly have everything going this season. They have two goalies putting up top flight numbers. they have an upgraded defense that has allowed Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook to reclaim the form that helped the team win the Cup a few years back. Better still, they have arguably the […]


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What’s Wrong With The Boston Bruins

19th
Apr. × ’13

This is probably the most asked, least answered question in Boston sports. The answer is complex, and involves more than a few moving pieces. Health: The Bruins have certainly had less than average amounts of injuries, and unfortunately the two most prominent injuries have been to their top scorer, and their most important skater. Brad […]


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If I Told You In September…

17th
Apr. × ’13

This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League.   Teams: on April 17th the New York Islanders and Columbus Blue Jackets would have a better chance of making the playoffs than last years eastern conference champions the New Jersey Devils. the Los […]


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Top Ten Reasons For Oil Change

15th
Apr. × ’13

The Edmonton Oilers made a very surprising change in leadership today. Here’s why. 10: Learning new names is hard. 9: Hiring people already familiar with Edmonton traffic will allow them to concentrate more on their  jobs and less on the commute. 8: Katz hates to have his expectations brought up and then have reality fall […]


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5 Players Everyone Should Talk About More

14th
Apr. × ’13

Hockey fans and worse the media who cover the NHL tend to focus entirely too much on a small handful of players, and in a league with six hundred or so high end athletes that’s just a shame. Here’s today’s list of players you should take the time to watch. Jiri  Tlusty: You’d think that […]


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20 Questions For The Stretch Run

11th
Apr. × ’13

20: Q: Will the New York Islanders hold onto a playoff spot? A: Yes, the Atlantic division is highly dysfunctional, and the ISlanders are both better than many people think, and many people think, and better at being dysfunctional. 19: Q: Will he San Jose Sharks escape the first round? A: Maybe, I can’t see […]


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Where’s The Earth Shattering Kaboom?

3rd
Apr. × ’13

The Buffalo Sabre’s declared themselves sellers. Not trading for change, sellers. Today Darcy Regier might have moved a couple pens across his desk, but players? Not so much. Moving Jason Pominville is a start, and they got solidly rated prospects back, but this is a sellers market.  This is a team that should be blown […]


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Post Jagr Boston Bruins Lines

2nd
Apr. × ’13

With the addition of future first ballot hall of fame inducted Jaromir Jagr, the Bruins field Marshall Julien has some thinking to do. He can slide Jagr into a line, but with the roster 100% intact it means someone is going to be demoted to a lower line and or removed from the ice. Here’s […]


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Jagr Trade, Jarom-here; Future There

2nd
Apr. × ’13

Jaromir Jagr and his still impressive hair and high speed release fly into Boston just a day after the Bruins engage in the sixth annual Cuts For a Cause (coincidence?) and on a day that might make him miss the Texas warmth. Jagr is a quirky, (we can call him that because he produces), driven, […]


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