NHL

NHL Lockout Indifference

With the realistic possibility that the NHL will endure a second lockout in the past decade, it seems believable that this Lockout talk is really just a ploy to give some attention to the NHL.  Seriously, when is the last time you ever talked about the NHL outside of the playoffs?  Never.  Instead of forcing […]

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Perfect Chicago Sports Day

Today marks the best day in recent Chicago sports memory. The day kicks off with the Cubbies down in Miami’s newly built aquarium and the South Siders finishing up a series with the Orioles at U.S. Comiskular. Both teams will most likely lose which will unfortunately be a common trait for our hometown teams this […]

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Cuck the Fanucks

The Blackhawks are hitting their stride during just the right time.  The Hawks have won their last five straight, and that is without their Captain Jonathan Toews.  Toews has sat out his fifteenth game this season last night against the Canucks, and the team have gone 10-1-1 in his absence over the past 12 games. […]

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I’d Be Mad Living in New Jersey Too

Epic fight to start the game.

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The two-year-old NHL player

The Ottawa Senators have done something no other professional team has ever accomplished, they traded for a 2-year-old. Well that is the information that ESPN.com has on Matt Gilroy, the new Ottawa blue-liner. If the picture is not enough proof for you, take a look for yourself: http://espn.go.com/nhl/player/_/id/5298/matt-gilroy The original story was posted here on Deadspin.com: http://deadspin.com/5888788/espn-finds-ottawas-new-secret-weapon-a-two+year+old-defenseman

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Best Obscure Mascots

This website was too good to pass on, talk about obscure and random mascots.  Just look at Izzy, what in the hell is that freaking thing?  My two personal favorites from this top ten are “The Blue Blob” from Xavier University and “Gunston” from George Mason, mostly because I have no idea what kind of […]

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Unbelievable Slap Shot from Center Ice

In the Bruins vs. Senators game on Tuesday night, it was tied 3-3 midway in the third period when Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg took a shot from center ice.

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