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  The 2010 Playoffs: Anything that could happen will happen What to make of these playoffs so far, round three is about to start and it has been a gamblers nightmare to say the least. Hence the title for this blog “Anything that could happen will happen”. Case in point: 1)      The Montreal Canadiens eliminating […]



Habs still fighting, Luongo tape on repeat from last year and Phoenix situation gets uglier



The Pittsburgh Penguins and their fans were dealt what seemed to be a devastating blow with the injury to Selke Nominee Jordan Staal. As most of you are aware Jordan had a tendon in his leg sliced by the skate of newcomer P.K. Subban of the Montreal Canadiens. As unfortunate and untimely an event that […]



Alexander Ovechkin is becoming an enigma for many. How is it possible to be arguably the most intimidating and most feared player in decades and not have the capability to deliver when it matters most? Now before people get excited and accuse me of being a Crosby lover and an Ovechkin hatter please understand that […]



The Chicago Blackhawks have defeated the Nashville Predators in 6 games and will now move on to round two of the NHL playoffs to face-off against the Vancouver Canucks. This will be the second time in two years that both teams meet during the postseason, and the Hawks will be looking forward to a similar […]



     Tonight ladies and gentlemen on the 26th of April 2010, we saw history; we saw a player rise above the rest and prove that one person can in fact carry a team to heights thought unreachable by others. Tonight history lent its pen to Jaroslav Halak and he decided to script the perfect game for […]



A real fans perspective on how the playoffs could be made a lot more interresting for fans



              The Olympics is a time where elite athletes from around the world participate for their chance at proclaiming themselves the best at their sport. Hockey is an Olympic sport and the NHL elite athletes have the same right as other elite athletes to participate in future games. The Vancouver Olympics were by far the […]