Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Seidenberg Void: Part 1

31st
Dec. × ’13

Dennis Seidenberg has been an invaluable bastion of calm, professional competence on the Boston Bruins blueline is done for the year. With any defenseman other than Seidenberg or Chara you’d shrug, examine the depth charts and medical reports and go forward. In this case however, especially with only one other veteran defender, Johnny Boychuk, that […]


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What Gives: Patrice Bergeron On The Warpath

23rd
Dec. × ’13

The NHL has seen a lot of things in its time. Full fledged bench emptying brawls, skates that cut necks and knees, changes to the rules for icing, and even the glowing puck. Each of those has come and gone, and some will be seen again. The NHL and how it is perceived in the […]


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Stephen Weiss: Future Buyout?

17th
Dec. × ’13

This summer the Florida Panthers an Stephen Weiss parted company. The 30 year old Toronto native had played 654 regular season games as a member of the Sunrise squad.  In all those seasons he only saw the playoffs once. When that time came to an end, he left for what many pencil in as a […]


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If I Told You In September…

13th
Dec. × ’13

This is a feature that will run about every two weeks with improbable stats and situations in the National Hockey League.   Players: that Joe Thornton would be in the top ten in the NHL in scoring when he last finished a season there in the 2009-10 season. of the top five goal scores, Ovechkin, […]


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The Curious Case of Michael Del Zotto

3rd
Dec. × ’13

Last spring after being ousted from the playoffs by the Boston Bruins the New York Rangers were due for some change. They got it. A Stanley Cup winning coach was dismissed. In place of the fiery Tortorlla who’s bywords are; discipline, structure, consistency and effort is former Vancouver Canucks bench minder. It was expected that […]


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