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Around the NHL: Mcguire, Gagner, More

3rd
Feb. × ’12

In case you fell out of a dimensional rift in the last few hours, Sam Gagner taken 6th in the 2007 NHL Entry draft, and restricted free agent at the end of the season, had a good night last night. An eight point night to be specific. The last time that happened he hadn’t been […]


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Boston Bruins 2011 Top Ten Stories: 7-5

29th
Dec. × ’11

This is part two, part one which had 8-10 and an honorable mention is here. Number seven: Mad For Marchand One of the most mesmerizing stories for fans was the hellion from Halifax making the team. He wasn’t supposed to. Arniel, Hamill, Suave, Caron, Colborne were all counted to be well ahead of Marchand on […]


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Team Personalities: Part Two

16th
Dec. × ’11

Just over a year ago I wrote a piece about who has the greatest influence on a teams personality. Go ahead, take a look.  I don’t see way what I said then was untrue, but it was not complete. I had hoped to follow it up sooner, but well real life and Stanley Cup run […]


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Bruins – Habs Drinking Game: The Rivalry Renews

27th
Oct. × ’11

The greatest rivalry in sports rejoins the fray. As always PuckSage, PuckSage.com, the NHL, The Bruins, Canadiens and anyone else you might try and blame your problems on assume no responsibility for your actions but promise to Like the Youtube video of you doing something regrettable. Take One Drink: For each fist pump of Rene […]


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In The Cards: Montreal Canadiens

6th
Oct. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed. Habsland is always equipped with its own view of the universe. The Brain Trust added a couple pieces, let Hamerlik walk, but didn’t seem able to dump any […]


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In The Cards: Columbus BlueJackets

15th
Sep. × ’11

This series will cover all thirty teams and go over the most important player, and player who’s performance most needs to improve to help the team succeed.   If there is a team more in need of a post season cup of coffee than Ohio’s boys of winter I can’t think of who they might […]


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Chiarelli And Bruins Reach For the Shallow End of the Poul

1st
Jul. × ’11

It would appear that Peter Chiarelli seems to enjoy yanking the rug out from the feet of his Northeast Division rivals. Over the past few years the Boston Bruins have signed from or traded from a lot of  so players. Michael Ryder just departed for the Dallas Stars, he was a Canadien. Marc Savard I’m […]


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Two Styles

14th
Jun. × ’11

Even before the series started, we’ve seen the temperament of the Vancouver Canucks and the Boston Bruins on display. I’m not sure the contrast could have been more stark had it been planned this way.  On ice the two teams have played hard with one team getting a suspension for a blatantly dirty hit, collected […]


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What Ails Goliath?

5th
Jun. × ’11

Zdeno Chara long reputed to be the most physically fit man in the entire National Hockey League hardly looks it. For the first time since his arrival in Boston he looks spent. I’ve met him on the streets after games, seen him interviewed between periods and after games where he logged Bourque like minutes and […]


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