I was all prepared to write the eulogy for the 2011-2012 Buffalo Sabres. The last score I saw before writing this was 3-0 Leafs in the 2nd Period. I had the title all lined up and everything: ‘Buffalo Scat’. But then the Leafs (perhaps acquiesing to the Toronto fan base who want a higher draft pick), […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
RCL 1 The Jolly Razzers blasted True North Puck Co. 7-2 to cruise to the championship. The regular season champions got shutouts from both Cory Schneider and Cam Ward to finish 3-1-1 in the goaltending categories. Jaroslav Halak and Pekka Rinne recorded goals against averages over 3 at the wrong time for True North. Right […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
Top notch waiver wire pick-ups are hard to find this late in the season, but Devan Dubnyk could be that guy. He stopped 32 of 33 on Sunday and remains less than 50% owned in Yahoo! leagues. I picked him up as my third goalie last week after Jimmy Howard was still day to day, but […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
But he certainly has been scoring alot lately. 2 Goals and 3 Assists against the mighty Pen’s and all of a sudden Josh Bailey is playing like the guy New York thought they were getting when they drafted him 9th overall in 2008. Including the “car bomb” last night Bailey has 3 Goals, 9 Assists and […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
If I were forced back in August to answer the question: How can the Dallas Stars win the Pacific Division? My first thought would be, how did this thought enter my head? Who cares? Then out of boredom, I would’ve answered that the Ducks team plane would have to crash into Staples Center during a […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
For the 2nd straight year (his first 2 in the NHL) Taylor Hall‘s season will be cut short with injury. I’d like to think that his “shoulder” injury is some conspiracy to cover up his concussion problems, but labrum surgery (with it’s 5-6 month recovery time) is no joke. “What do you call liquor in […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
SEMIFINALS! RCL 1(1) Jolly Razzers vs (4) Puck The Folice The Jolly Razzers crushed Puck The Folice 8-3 to advance to the final, sweeping the goaltending categories and splitting the offensive ones. Ryan Miller led the way with 4 wins, including a shutout, and ratios of 1.25/.956. Cory Schneider chipped in a win with […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
When Dwayne Roloson was born, Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker were still playing together in a band (Blind Faith, not Cream). The Mets were four days away from winning their first World Series. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid was the top grossing movie in the U.S. Roloson first joined the NHL in 1996; his […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
If you haven’t heard the news, then just keep reading! ZING! If you haven’t heard, the Wayne Gretzky of the KHL is set to make his triumphant return to North America. Alexander Radulov was last seen on this continent back in 2007-2008 when he put up 26 Goals and 32 Assists as a 21 year […]Please, blog, may I have some more?
RCL 1 (4) Puck The Folice vs (5) Feeding Frenzy Puck The Folice bounced the Frenzy 8-3 as once again the 4-game goaltender minimum came in to play. Jonathan Quick started and won 2 for FF, but Henrik Lundqvist only managed 1 appearance. The stars of the week for PTF included Ray Whitney (1 Goal/5 […]Please, blog, may I have some more?