Monthly Archives: October 2009

Blackhawks 3, Canadiens 2

It’s 11:00 in the a.m., and if you’re reading this, I can only assume you either (a) saw last night’s game or (b) already read a re-cap.  I’ll spare you the recap, and get right to my thoughts from last … Continue reading

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Predators 2, Blackhawks 0

It’s hard to win when you can’t stay out of the box. That was the story of the night for the Chicago Blackhawks.  In the first period, the Hawks spent the final 7 minutes trying to kill off penalties, including … Continue reading

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Makin’ It Up as We Go Along

Congratulations to those who had October 27th in the “When will Colin Campbell re-define the NHL rules” pool.  According to the Hockey Central crew on Versus, the NHL will not be suspending Toronto Maple Leafs forward Colton Orr for making contact with an … Continue reading

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Mythbusters: The Feather Edition

The following ran in Saturday’s edition of ‘The Committed Indian’: During our daily visits through the interwebs, we’ll occasionally come across an item that gets us thinking.  When one-third of Second City Hockey’s three-headed monster, Mr. Killion, posted his piece … Continue reading

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Following Up

— Brent Sopel played exceedingly well yesterday evening, reminding watchers why Dale Tallon signed him to a three-year, $7 million deal two seasons ago. It proves – beyond a shadow of a doubt, to me – that Sopel is a … Continue reading

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