If you don’t already know who Quisp is, and why he rules, you’re about to find out. Read this: Article. Quisp makes as solid a case as I’ve seen in the Kovalchuk debate. This argument falls on the side of… Read More ›
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Hope you enjoy this interview. It’s Campbell talking with our own Wayne Simmonds and friend, Chris Stewart. Link is here.
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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 ›
From Dave Caldwell of the New York Times, Jeff Vanderbeek, the Devils’ owner, said Tuesday night that he thought an arbitrator would make a prompt decision regarding wing Ilya Kovalchuk’s 17-year, $102 million contract with the team, which the National… Read More ›
According to several outlets, including TSN, Darren Dreger and Rich Hammond, the Kings have agreed to a deal with former enigmatic Maple Leaf turned disappointing Penguin, Alexei Ponikarovsky. The 30 year old, 6’4″ 229lb left wing, made $2.5 million last… Read More ›