Presumably Scott has renounced the Flames in favor of the Buffalo Sabres.
The New York Times series about the late Derek Boogaard is an absolute first-rate piece of writing and journalism. In particular, part one (about his finding his niche as a fighter growing up in a
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 mu
Andrew Cohen makes a lot of good points here, although I think that the Chara hit (which was more about rink safety than anything) isn’t the best example. But I’m dismayed that an actu
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, Rafals
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
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 term
Yglesias says that “it’s a bit sad to see how much more engaged and knowledgeable the crowd at the Caps game is compared to the Wizards’ fans.” As it happens, when I was in tow