Category Archives: Column

Lundqvist interview Lost In Translation?

News travels quickly. With so much available on the internet and social media, it doesn’t take long for rumors to start up. The latest coming from an article in a Swedish paper pertaining to Henrik Lundqvist’s future. If you go … Continue reading

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HARD HITS: Bunch of Jerks prove winning division overrated

By show of hands, how many of you had the Carolina Hurricanes in the Eastern Conference Final? Unless you live in Raleigh or maybe even Hartford, I’m guessing the answer is no. The thing about underdogs like the Hurricanes and … Continue reading

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Is signing Adam Fox the right move?

There’s been a lot of talk lately about Adam Fox. A 21-year old defenseman who won’t be signing with Carolina after being a throw in as part of a good trade between the Hurricanes and Flames. Basically, it was two … Continue reading

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Lost In Translation: Tony DeAngelo

For those hockey brethren who are easily upset by a interesting young player who doesn’t have the best history so far, you might want to take a second look at Tony DeAngelo. In his second season with the Rangers, the … Continue reading

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Rangers can gain ground in Lottery race with loss at Toronto

I don’t advocate tanking. I’m glad the Rangers aren’t under coach David Quinn. They continue to play hard, but haven’t been winning games. Since the trade deadline, they have one victory. I’ve lost track of what the exact total is. … Continue reading

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The fallout from the latest call against Rangers and fan backlash

It takes a lot of incompetence to mess up games the way the NHL continues to. This isn’t only a Rangers problem. It’s a league issue that threatens to tarnish the great sport we’re so passionate about. Hockey is played … Continue reading

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NHL officials mess up another game

The final score read: Canucks 4 Rangers 1. To paraphrase what coach David Quinn had to say regarding an embarrassingly brutal five minute match penalty on Brendan Lemieux, he said they gift wrapped two Vancouver goals. Otherwise, he chose not … Continue reading

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Lias Andersson should play in these games

Sorry. There won’t be a recap of tonight’s 3-2 overtime loss in Edmonton. There’s no point. Speaking of which, that’s all the Rangers do these days is get one lousy point due to the lame NHL system. So, they’re now … Continue reading

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Rangers sitting Andersson and DeAngelo makes zero sense

I’m going to make this short and sweet. It’s an absolute joke that both Lias Andersson and Tony DeAngelo are sitting out for tonight’s game at Edmonton. What purpose does it serve the Rangers? They’re playing out the remainder of … Continue reading

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Why even bother rescinding the major call on Zibanejad?

A day following the unfortunate circumstance that went against the Rangers’ leading scorer Mika Zibanejad in a 1-0 loss to the Stars on Tuesday night, the league predictably rescinded the five minute boarding major penalty and game misconduct on the … Continue reading

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