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This Week in Hockey: The Bigger They Come…

This Week in Hockey: The Bigger They Come…

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03/05/2015

The Nashville Predators, widely regarded as the best in hockey, even recently by the New York Times, are simply not right now. Four consecutive losses have spoiled the eight-point lead they had over all other NHL including an embarrassing 3-1 loss to the Devils. Ladies and Gents, I present to you the highlights of a…

I Hate the Kings and Other Musings

I Hate the Kings and Other Musings

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02/26/2015

Remember when Los Angeles couldn’t give a crap about hockey? It wasn’t that long ago when nobody in SoCal had any idea who the Kings were. Now, the twice-recent Stanley Cup Champs are the hottest team in the NHL, going on a murder-spree against stiff competition. Let’s talk about what happened this week in the…

This Week in Hockey: Injuries and Intrigue

This Week in Hockey: Injuries and Intrigue

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02/12/2015

The Minnesota Wild is making a play to be the first team of the mid-season to break into the playoff grouping and everybody is getting hurt. Hockey lovers, it’s time for your weekly update. Injuries Before I begin listing off the long string of players benched for the immediate future, I should put this in context….

On Thin Ice: This Week In Hockey

On Thin Ice: This Week In Hockey

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01/29/2015

It’s January, and the NHL is already stratifying. In the East, there sits an unusual seven point divide between the eighth place Bruins and their playoff seat and the ninth place Panthers, who would miss out on a chance at glory if the season ended today.. I can’t decide if this is boring, since any…

Halfway Hockey: Midseason Updates

Halfway Hockey: Midseason Updates

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01/22/2015

Just over halfway through the season, the NHL standings are taking a more defined form as winners and losers start to shape up. An average of 46 games into the season allows us to distinguish multiple groups: there are the obvious contenders, who were expected to be good since before the season started, the surprises,…

The State of Hockey Thus Far

The State of Hockey Thus Far

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11/21/2014

Welcome to the 2014-15 Regular Season of the NHL! We’re about a quarter of the way into the season thus far, long enough that success isn’t a fluke and failure isn’t bad luck. Let’s dive right into it: The Unexpected Ladies and Gents, I present to you the Central Division leaders, the Nashville Preda-wait, what?…

In the Age of Kings

In the Age of Kings

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10/28/2014

Since its establishment, the National Hockey League has always been dominated by teams from Canada and the East Coast. Dynasties like the Montreal Canadiens of the 1970’s, and New York Islanders and Edmonton Oilers of the 1980’s continue to live on in NHL history. Though the West Coast has never had a team as dominant…

Martin Brodeur: A True Devil

Martin Brodeur: A True Devil

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04/17/2014

Sports, for a variety of reasons, have always meant a lot to me. As the child of first generation immigrants, watching sports represented joining American culture. My parents weren’t really interested, and so I spent most of my early years pouring over newspapers, learning as much as possible about players that I had never seen….

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