For those not familiar with Mayor’s Manor, this article should prove a nice introduction. I am a fan of the Mayor. I have sat near him in section 119 many times. His calls to the opposing players are entertaining and, sometimes,… Read More ›
L.A. Kings News
Not mad, like a Hatter. Though Kovalchuk may be completely bonkers, I have no idea. I don’t know the guy. I mean mad. As in bothered, pissed, irate, terse, angry, disgruntled, peeved, annoyed, distraught. Quivering with unchecked, blood boiling hostility… Read More ›
For the entire decision, click here: Richard Bloch’s arbitration ruling on the Ilya Kovalchuk matter. Enjoy. More analysis to follow. Expect a stirring and heated prose from our guest writer Howard Roark this week.
This article isn’t intended to offend the fine nomadic folks scattered throughout North America and Europe since the 9th Century. Surly and I appreciate their contribution to fortune-telling, snake oil, and the finely cursed and blessed jewelry one finds in… Read More ›
Ha ha. That’s about all I have time to write at the moment. Bobby will wet your appetite in buffet style for now (he’s already past the salad bar), and later I will write you some sweet treats of my… Read More ›
Arbitrator Bloch said of the Kovalchuk contract today, ” this is a retirement contract, well beyond the typical retirement age for NHL players”. We will post the details of his report as soon as it is available.
In breaking news, we have just learned that the Ilya Kovalchuk arbitration decision has been handed down and the NHL has prevailed. Initial reports indicate that the Kovalchuk contract has been deemed a circumvention and, in short, the NHLPA’s grievance… Read More ›
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 ›