Monthly Archives: June 2012

Devils sign five players, but is Marty set to become UFA?

In a note that could mean absolutely nothing, or be a severe warning sign, goalie Martin Brodeur hired agent Pat Brisson to represent him in anticipation of going UFA for the first time ever on Sunday afternoon.  For 99.9% of NHL … Continue reading

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BoNY Announcement: Free agency livecap Sunday!

Normally for the trade deadline or free agency, I’m following the activity sporadically…perhaps refreshing my phone or work computer when I get a chance, but it isn’t usually minute-by-minute.  However, since the first day of NHL free agency is on a … Continue reading

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Flame Out

Have you ever seen flames bursting out of control? That’s how I’d describe what’s happening in Calgary. Jay Feaster was the architect of Tampa Bay’s only Cup. However, I’m lost as to what he’s doing in Alberta. If the plan … Continue reading

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HHOF: Sakic, Bure, Oates and Sundin elected

Today, the league announced its newest Hockey Hall Of Fame members. Included in the list are Joe Sakic, Pavel Bure, Adam Oates and Mats Sundin. Let me just preface by saying all are deserving. Sakic being the slam dunk, playing … Continue reading

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In Prust We Trust

In Prust We Trust. That became somewhat of a cult for #TwitterBlueshirts. Since coming over as an extra in a trade with Calgary, Brandon Prust has become a fixture on Broadway. All we heard about him was how tough he … Continue reading

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Reviewing The Draft

The 2012 NHL Draft was this past weekend. There weren’t many surprises with Edmonton again opting for a forward over a defenseman. They couldn’t pass up No.1 rated Russian Nail Yakupov, who joins an already stacked lineup that features Ryan … Continue reading

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Week two of the hot stove: Draft and schedule thoughts

With less than a week left before FA, you would think the last few days would be the calm before the storm.  Guess again, with the NHL schedule release last week and the draft taking place over the weekend, there’s … Continue reading

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’11-12: Top 10 Rangers Moments

Summer is here and it’s kinda hard to believe. The Stanley Cup is now part of Kings lore. Congratulations to them on finally winning after 45 years. Now St. Louis, Toronto, Buffalo, Vancouver and Washington have the longest droughts. Four … Continue reading

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Devils draft and offseason thoughts

Even as baseball is heading towards the heart of its season with the Mets surprisingly keeping their heads above water, and football is just around the corner, I still haven’t emotionally let go of hockey season yet. Granted, it only … Continue reading

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Marty a champion in defeat

There he was following a heartbreaking conclusion to a fourth Stanley Cup. No matter. One of the greatest goalies the sport’s ever seen, Martin Brodeur still stood tall following the Devils’ Game Six 6-1 defeat that allowed the Kings to … Continue reading

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