Most of the time, we read about history. Occasionally, we see it occur before our eyes. Tomorrow’s decision about the fate of Ilya Kovalchuk is about more than one player. It’s about a league, a game, and its future. Not… Read More ›
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Something has been eating at me ever since the NHL rejected the Kovalchuk contract. There is little to no information being released by the league about the procedure. This bothers me because organizations that rely on favorable tax treatment, fan… Read More ›
Take any case in court, be in civil or criminal, and the first issue presented to a jury at its selection is the “burden of proof.” That burden is why close cases have a victor and loser, as well as… Read More ›
Hope you enjoy this interview. It’s Campbell talking with our own Wayne Simmonds and friend, Chris Stewart. Link is here.
There is a new poll, so cast your vote. Will Dean Lombardi make more additions to the Kings? Click here, or click on the “Kings Poll” tab above.
First their hair, then a finger or two, a couple of toes, now their glove and stick? The Blackhawks are the walking wounded and they may be falling apart faster than a leper on a hot day. Someone hand Bowman… Read More ›
It is now widely believed that the arbitrator for the NHLPA v. NHL grievance regarding the Ilya Kovalchuk 17 year, $102 million dollar contract and whether its terms violate the CBA will be Richard Bloch. Bloch is a graduate of Dartmouth… Read More ›
You’ve probably already heard that Matt Greene’s shoulder was sliced and diced, correcting a slew of fun problems like tears, bone spurs, cuff scuffs and general socket suckage. His recovery time is estimated between 3 and 4 months, meaning he… Read More ›
In an interview with Alexander Medvedev, the Kingpin of the Russian league, regarding SKA Petersburg (apparently that’s an acceptable name for a team) told Pavel Lysenkov of some newspaper in Russia (one can only do so much copy and pasting):… Read More ›
I have heard and read Alexei Ponikarovsky called a “panic” move, a “consolidation” prize and a “depth” signing. I have even read that he is a lesser player than Alexander Frolov. But are all of these statements fair in light… Read More ›