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Eastern Conference Playoff Preview

1st
May. × ’13

Welcome to the Second Season, unlike most years, the second season for the best teams will run nearly half the length of the regular season. #1 vs. #8 The Pittsburgh Penguins marched determinedly through the regular season, attempting to keep pace with the western powers. Malkin, Crosby, Letang and other key players all missed games […]


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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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What We Know: Deadline Time – Western Edition

30th
Mar. × ’13

The deadline is coming! The deadline is coming! And it is a glorious thing, the western conference has a lot of interesting parts that make it hard to say who will be buyers or sellers. Some of the bottom teams have improved a lot, some of the middle teams aren’t as good as they look, […]


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The Fab Four: Are They For Real

12th
Mar. × ’13

There are four teams who have set themselves apart  from this season. They play different styles, are split in two different conferences and have accomplished their dominance in different ways. The real question is, can they keep it up, and are they legitimate contenders? The Chicago BlackHawks: The Chicago Blackhawks have had the most spectacular […]


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The Edmonton Oilers Never Learn

22nd
Aug. × ’12

The Edmonton Oilers have just inked Taylor Hall to a new contract. Despite the ownership demand in CBA negotiations, that contracts not exceed five years, Taylor Hall got seven. He also got six million a year. At six million, he’ll be making more than Selke Winner Patrice Bergeron, former scoring champ Martin St Louis, four […]


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If Krejci Is Traded Who Moves?

13th
Jul. × ’12

The Krejci for X discussions across the Boston sports scene have never been hotter. Bobby Ryan is the current most lusted for player, but moving him, even for a good return creates issues of who slides into what position. As we all know by now Chiarelli’s lust for drafting small skilled forwards is as great […]


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Rask Rattling Or Already Rattled?

25th
Jun. × ’12

The most asked, least answered question in regards to the Boston Bruins moves in the last four months has to be: Why do we need another goalie? The answer to that may just be that the Bruins suits lack confidence in the twenty-five year old Finn. Why would they lack confidence in what the constellation […]


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Ratings Failure: The Root Cause

9th
Jun. × ’12

Shocking as it is to hear after last years success with only one American based team in the Stanley Cup finals, this years ratings are lower than last years. There is a reason for this. Just one reason. The solution, is not so easy because it would require a long term change to the way […]


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Full Circle: The Stanley Cup Finals Begin

30th
May. × ’12

This is the the beginning and end for more than just the two organizations playing in the finals. Teams that were eliminated in the first round, or never made it in will spend this last stretch of the marathon evaluating what works best for other teams, who might reach the free agent market, and of […]


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