Here are few more NHL notes that I didn’t get to add to my last post, enjoy!
Marty Brodeur and Marty St Louis have shown their dismal side in their old hockey age. These players wanted to be traded at the deadline, one got his wish, the other didn’t. The one who got his wish was Marty St Louis and was traded to the New York Rangers while, Brodeur didn’t get his wish and was not traded. Continue reading →
Well that was a close one wasn’t it? 4-3 Win for the Montreal Canadiens over the Toronto Maple Leafs. It was a good game a lot of back and forth action, weird lack of penalties and some weird goals especially the Tomas Plekanec game winning goal that managed to squeak by James Reimer, but this isn’t an analysis of this game, there are enough people out there who can do that, what I’m talking about is what I noticed after the game ended. Continue reading →
So Remember Them? If the picture hasn’t given it away yet then maybe this hint will, these guys always claimed that their ain’t no party like an S Club party! That’s right I’m talking about S Club 7, the British Pop group that came out in 1998 and would keep going all the way to 2003, which lets face it most of these “bands” never stayed around that long. Continue reading →
This is a new little pop culture section part of my blog that I am going to try out. I will pick random people, places, TV shows, or things from the past that you may remember from your Childhood, or different era. I hope you enjoy, or laugh at the memories! Continue reading →
I like the Winnipeg Jets story; they got their team back, a team that should have never left. However the Cinderella story ended after the first two seasons and it was time for the Jets to win more games and make the playoffs. Continue reading →
As many of you probably already know former NHL defensemen Wade Redden has announced his retirement after 14 seasons in the NHL. Wade Redden played for the Ottawa Senators, New York Rangers, St Louis Blues and Boston Bruins. In 1023 games played in the NHL Redden scored 109 goals and had 457 points. Continue reading →
Can we for one-minute stop talking about the Canadian Olympic team selection for one moment; forget about who made it and who didn’t. Can we forget about the fact that Kunitz and Jay Bo made the team over Giroux, Boyle and St. Louis? Lets just stop thinking about Canada for one second and remember that one hilarious, and yet very cool thing has happened to another Olympic team. Continue reading →