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Question!!!!! When will the Nashvillians remember that they (the taxpayers) paid Bud Adams to bring a football team here that cost 18 times more than what it will cost to keep the Preds here? Refer to the excerpt below. "A deal between the Houston Oilers and Nashville was announced in November 1995. The stadium would seat 67,000, with 120 luxury suites and 9,600 premi...
The dominoes are falling and a series of trades are finally just around the corner for NHL fans across North America (and the world). -The news that [b]Peter Forsberg[/b] will NOT be returning to the NHL this season does away with a distraction that has put all General Managers on hold, as teams waited to see what Peter would do. Now that he's off the market, look for ...
cvick writes...

Trade deadline going to be a bust

Posted Thursday | Comments 0
It might just be me, but I have a feeling that this year's trade deadline will be the least active trade deadline day in recent history. Seeing as how last year several teams had to mortgage their future (Nashville, Atlanta) only to get a slightly above average hockey players (Keith Tkachuk, Forsberg), I personally believe that GM's around the league will be gun shy. T...
With time now dwindling before training camp, it’s becoming increasingly likely that the Devils and Ilya Kovalchuk will have to play hardball right back at the NHL. To get the two-time 52-goal scorer back on-ice in New Jersey for the Sept. 17 start of training camp, the Devils might have to attempt to unclench the league’s new hard-line stance through what would amo...
First things first this has been the craziest off season I can ever remember.. That being said alot of people think the Flyers took a Huge step back.... I disagree maybe a small step back but not a big one... Richards and Carter will be missed... however we did get some good pieces back.. Voracek and Simmonds are young and capabale of having Career years this year, now the...
Well I had a lot of feedback about my grades in my last blog which I thank all of you that read or commented on that. Of course in the days after that things have changed. The biggest move by far was the most shocking the San Jose Sharks traded Dany Heatley to the Minnesota Wild for Martin Havlat. This was the second trade between the two teams in 10 days the first was ...
On the night before #Parisewatch could come to a close I am inspired to lay out an opening game lineup look with explanation. I submit these ideas without the benefit of much information given that it is July 3rd but going to lay it out now. OPTIMAL OPENING DAY LINEUP LINE 1 LW-Parise/C-Koivu/RW-Heatley LINE 2 LW-Cullen/C-Granlund/RW-Setogucci LINE 3 LW-Coyle/C-...
Well hello everyone, my name is Jason and I will try and blog as much I as can. Let me start off by telling you about me, I'm 30, married and have three girls. I have a been a leaf fan for a long time and felt I should start a blog. Since there's has not been a lot of big news for leafs nation I figure I'll talk about the Rick Nash deal. At first I was like a lot of peopl...
iellyn writes...

For the love of hockey...

Posted Wednesday | Comments 0
The game of hockey that most Canadians and a few Americans love has been been sacrificed on the altar of big business. A kid dreams of getting to the NHL and would play for free but when he gets there, his agent tells him you can't play unless "you're getting more millions than some other guy who is not as good as you." The owners fall over themselves handing...
I'm starting to wonder if the NHLPA resents that the NHL had a plan for a full 82 game schedule with a pretty good offer on the table. In our culture, we seem to have this problem and resentment towards other people trying to make our decisions easier for us for our own good, even if the agenda isn't always pure. Unfortunately, when we start thinking that the helping h...
With Eklund breaking the news that the amnesty clause is back in the lastest proposal offered by the NHL, it's time to play who gets the gate. This is not just for Sabres fans, as it's for any teams fans. Which player would you amnesty from your favorite team? You can give two choices, ranking them 1. and 2. There are going to be obvious choices, like Gomez with ...
zjmac writes...

Free Agency Winners and Losers

Posted Tuesday | Comments 0
This is another huge blog of mine, similar to the one I did at the draft. This blog will discuss the winners and losers of the free agency period, wrapping around who signed where and who was traded where. What each time has done: Anaheim Ducks After an early first round exit from the playoffs, they let go of a slew of veteran forwards with salary in Brandon Pi...

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