Daily Archives: October 27, 2009

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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Blackhawks 3, Wild 1

If the Blackhawks’ ‘one goal’ was to play a solid, sixty-minute game, Monday’s tilt against the Niklas Backstrom and the Minnesota Wild at home was a nice starting point – even if no style points were awarded in the game … Continue reading

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