Monthly Archives: March 2007

Whining Now Has Company on the Beat

I’m an equal opportunity media critic, and this morning the Washington Times’ Dave Fay reminds me that the one thing worse than no hockey coverage is rank amateur analysis of the game by a media pro. “Wrong direction — Capitals … Continue reading

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The NHL on FOX’s Prison Break – Part II

Back in November, we told you someone “in the cast, crew, production or writing group loves the NHL.” Here’s an update: it’s not the writers. The following is a clip from last night’s episode of Prison Break on FOX.

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“Seasoned” Hockey Tournament

Think of it as the counterpart to Mites on ice. The 4th Annual Gerihatricks Tournament will be held this coming weekend at The Gardens Ice House in Laurel, Maryland. According to their web site, the Gerihatricks are “a loosely knit … Continue reading

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More Exemplary Hockey Coverage from the Washington Post

College hockey completed its biggest weekend of the season Saturday night, but you’d never know it from your Sunday morning coffee with the Washington Post. The first thing you should know is that the Sunday WaPost sports section ranks among … Continue reading

Posted in College Hockey, Morning cup-a-joe, Print, Washington Post | 18 Comments

2007 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship Bracket

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Knee-jerks: vs. Tampa Bay, 3/18/07

Okay, raise your hand if you saw this one coming. No fibbing. The Caps pasted a Tampa team that is the midst of a dogfight for playoff positioning, Tomas Fleischmann served notice that he’d really, really like to stay with … Continue reading

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Caps 7 / Bolts 1

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Greatest Championship Winning Goal Ever?

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We Have Brackets, Too: College Hockey’s Marvelous Postseason

Some clarity in an entire season’s worth of college hockey parity arrived with the NCAA’s highest-stakes postseason weekend. Who would have wanted to wager against no. 1-ranked Notre Dame on St. Patrick’s weekend? Wisconsin doesn’t deserve a tourney bid with … Continue reading

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Gretzky’s OHL Record Broken

Wayne Gretzky is the owner of one less record in the books. Last night at the Ottawa Civic Center, Oshawa General Center John Tavares scored his 70th and 71st goals of the season in a 7-4 loss against the Ottawa … Continue reading

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