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Game 7

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On June 15, 2011

Should be a good one. Even though Vancouver’s defense looks thin, I’ll regretfully say they’ll squeak another one out at home. My plan is to alleviate the tension by seeing a show an

It’s time for the annual tradition, and since Berube has already spoken it’s time for me to weigh in. I was planing to do a Scocca-like graph except that my rooting interests can pretty much be summed up by “whoever’s playing Vancouver,” a criterion that is all too likely to be relevant throughout the playoffs. […]
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Ace in the Hole

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On April 23, 2008

Ang Lee speaks out against proposed Tory legislation that would deny the usual Canadian tax credits to “films and videos deemed offensive to the public.” (In fairness, if it would have sto

NHL Playoff Preview

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On April 10, 2008
Various other commitments will prevent the usual lengthy analysis, but for fun some quick picks and comments. West (1)Det v. (8)Nsh Nashville seems to be a trendy upset pick, and with Lidstrom, Rafalski and Holmstrom all seeming less than 100% and the goaltending dubious I would give Detroit very little chance against San Jose or […]

Christians v. Lions

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On April 7, 2008

My condolences to Plumer and any other Canucks fans reading for the whole missing the playoffs thing. However, be grateful that at least you’re not about to be pummeled senseless by the Sharks f

16-0

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On December 30, 2007
Admittedly, despite the lack of overarching historical significance yesterday where exciting comebacks are concerned I was more emotionally invested in the Flames’ later one against what in terms of its current personnel and management has to be far and away the most loathsome team in professional sports. But the game on every network in the […]
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