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  • Posted 06/30/2013 05:39:36 EDT

    Yaso#7's comment is spot-on. Seguin also could take Jagr's place on the second line. It's a good position to be in, but the third line appears to be where the roster needs to be bolstered. Bringing in more »

  • Posted 06/29/2013 07:54:48 EDT

    Horton got tired of playing for a Cup contender.

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  • Posted 04/27/2013 06:39:19 EDT

    Probably good for Jagr to get some rest before the playoffs. I have a hunch he's going to have a huge postseason.

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  • Posted 04/23/2013 11:57:06 EDT

    No shame in this loss. The Flyers are a strong team with four solid lines, six quality defensemen and top-flight goaltending. They are built for a deep playoff run this spring and—

    Oops. Never mind.

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  • Posted 04/15/2013 10:46:48 EDT

    Must be a condition of the trade for Wade Redden is that the Bruins can't play him.

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  • Posted 04/08/2013 07:10:58 EDT

    When Claude says he doesn't want to throw Seguin under the bus, he may as well have thrown him under the bus. Claude should be building the offense around Seguin, not around the Krejci, Lucic, Horton more »

  • Posted 04/07/2013 01:00:12 EDT

    April Fool. And it's no joke.

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  • Posted 09/08/2012 10:12:38 EDT

    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment: I think I stopped watching Phoenix games when they changed from their awesome Aztec uniforms to the current red pajama look. Those first uniforms were awesome. The more »

  • Posted 09/08/2012 09:29:33 EDT

    As someone commented over at tsn.ca, it used to be the Bruins were criticized for being cheap. Now they're being criticized for overpaying. Marchand's critics seem to assume he can't/won't change his more »

  • Posted 08/27/2012 09:34:46 EDT

    I always liked Phoenix's first uniforms with that Pablo Picasso-esque Coyote logo. Nothin' like 'em.
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  • Posted 08/20/2012 08:41:18 EDT

    In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people!: In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people! : I can't believe a group of adults, could publicly debate such a fundamental truth...and not unanimo more »

  • Posted 08/20/2012 03:50:27 EDT

    In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people!: In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people! : This is full of good examples from football and baseball, and you can use the footnotes to track do more »

  • Posted 08/20/2012 02:28:41 EDT

    In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people!: In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people! : It doesn't say "all", either.  The amount is determined by the reader.  You'll find people in conve more »

  • Posted 08/20/2012 07:09:35 EDT

    In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people!: In Response to Re: Agents: They are good people! : Actually, the focus of this thread is the agent.  It offers concrete and current evidence that agen more »

  • Posted 08/17/2012 11:56:55 EDT

    In Response to Re: Classic Hockey Card Poses: I think Lukowich got a hattrick in his first game as Bruin???  Might be a stretch but I think Lukowich looks a little like AC Slater from Saved by the Bel more »

  • Posted 08/17/2012 06:37:51 EDT

    In Response to Re: a fair working arrangement between the league and players: People are literally starving in Africa & other third world countries and billionare owners & millionare players can't get more »

  • Posted 08/17/2012 01:11:25 EDT

    Notice how Bobby Loo is always looking behind him. more »

  • Forum Post: Mea culpa

    Posted 08/16/2012 10:50:55 EDT

    This isn't the most pressing matter for this forum, but I want to bring it up anyway: In recent exchanges with Not A Shot, I got too nasty. I apologize to him for doing so. Robust debate can be snarky more »

  • Posted 08/16/2012 10:45:03 EDT

    In Response to Re: Jim Schoenfeld said.......: "Getting behind the wheel while drunk is a stupid decision— but somebody who is in denial about his drinking problem might not realize just how stupid a more »

  • Forum Post: #4 = CLASS!

    Posted 08/15/2012 03:22:41 EDT

    In Response to Re: #4 = CLASS!: Jeez, Dog, just because they're felix's family doesn't mean they aren't a-holes.  Doesn't mean they are....  Just, you know, I'd ask felix's opinion before moving on. P more »

  • Posted 08/15/2012 11:36:36 EDT

    In Response to Re: Jim Schoenfeld said.......: Awesome sensationalism on the part of the Sun.  Initially, I pictured his car windshield deep into the reading room.  SUDBURY, ONT. -  Former NHL referee more »

  • Posted 08/15/2012 11:34:40 EDT

    Chowdah, I respectfully disagree. I think it's possible for people to be alcoholics without realizing it—or, at the very least, without realizing the extent of their drinking problem. Getting behind t more »

  • Forum Post: #4 = CLASS!

    Posted 08/15/2012 11:26:15 EDT

    In Response to Re: #4 = CLASS!: In Response to Re: #4 = CLASS! : My general dealings with attorneys have led me to believe that most are- there's one. I woudn't pinpoint an actual percentage as I woul more »

  • Posted 08/14/2012 05:16:32 EDT

    In Response to Re: Jim Schoenfeld said.......: In Response to Re: Jim Schoenfeld said....... : Yes, alcoholism is an illness. Treatments for this illness are available. Saying that it could happen to more »

  • Forum Post: #4 = CLASS!

    Posted 08/14/2012 02:52:08 EDT

    In Response to Re: #4 = CLASS!: In Response to Re: #4 = CLASS! : This has always been my thoughts that it can't be 100% but I would say a very hight percentage are pretty slimy. Posted by SanDogBrewin more »

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