The offseason has been busy in the National Hockey Leagues offices, so as part of my parole, I am required to stay away from dogs and educate people about free agency signings.Please, blog, may I have some more?
Sometimes you have to visit a few seedy places to find a bargain.
You start out at Tiffany’s, of course. Your first round selection is an impeccably polished and set diamond, maybe something from the Pittsburgh Penguins line or the Philadelphia Flyers collection.Please, blog, may I have some more?
A lot of the talk surrounding this summer’s free agent activity has centered on the loyalty, or lack thereof, shown by players to their long-time employers.
Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils renewed their wedding vows with a 2-year contract that will see Brodeur in a Devils’ sweater through his 42nd birthday.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Minnesota Wild finished under .500 at the end of this past season. They ranked 27th in the Powerplay and dead last in both Goals Per Game and team name. Things looked glum, but Minnesota just went Minnepop, and not because they say pop instead of soda. The hockey future is bright up in the Twin Cities as of the fourth of July, as Zach Parise agreed to play for the Wild, with Ryan Suter soon following suit.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The National Hockey League draft came and went while I was on vacation, but I heard no one took my future boyfriend Mikhail Grigorenko until the 12th pick. What? Oh, I’m sorry, I guess the Islanders don’t need offense, my bad.Please, blog, may I have some more?
The Oilers continue to fill themselves with talent. After seemingly every other team wasted their first round draft pick on Defense, Edmonton went ahead and signed the most sought after free agent, the soon to be 22 year old Justin Schultz.Please, blog, may I have some more?