Monthly Archives: October 2008

What If Semin Is Alex the Greater?

You see few¬†fans at Verizon Center outfitted in team sweaters personalized for Alexander Semin. That could be about to change. It seems almost heretical to think, let alone publish, but what if Alexander Semin were ultimately to emerge as the … Continue reading

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Revisionist History

Think this headline currently on the Washington Post website was written by a Stars fan?

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A Breakthrough Season?

Who is lodged at the very top of the NHL’s scoring lead this morning? The answer might surprise you. Alexander Semin has 7 goals and 7 assists in his 8 games in his 2008-09 campaign. His 14 points tie him … Continue reading

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Cartoon Classic: Hockey Homicide

For your Sunday morning cartoon-viewing pleasure: The Loose Leafs take on the Ant Eaters in this 1945 Disney classic starring Goofy and, apparently, thousands of Goofy clones. Despite the oddly disturbing ‘toon title, it’s good stuff:

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Big Win in Big D: Caps 6, Stars 5 (OT)

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It’s Hockey Movie Night Again During the Holidays in D.C.

Last year in the middle of the holidays we helped spread the word about a single-night screening of ‘The Rocket’ at the historic Avalon Theater in Northwest D.C. We’re doing the same thing this year — Washington is hosting another … Continue reading

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Now This Is Hockey

We love the Bruins’ Milan Lucic. This is why:

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