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Rochester, NY • United States • 29 Years Old • Male

Join the Movement - Make Voice Heard

Posted September 10, 2012
First of all, I'm sure you have all seen this video, but have you signed the petition? http://www.change.org/petitions/gary-bettman-the-nhl-save-the-hockey-season-nolockout Secondly, a new movement started by a pair of young women. Please read and follow on twitter @unfollownhlsept http://​unfollownhlsept15.tumblr.com/ Please don't take this lightly. It won't change the lockout, bu... Read More »

Perhaps a Miracle

Posted September 12, 2007
Kevin Everett moves arms and legs! I know this is the beginning of a long and brutal recovery, but this is the best news I've heard in a long time! Keep it up Kevin! We are all thinking of you! Read More »

A Side Note

Posted September 11, 2007
I know this is a hockey website, however I also know that many who read and contribute to this site are also sports fans in general. I thought it was important to make note of the tragedy that struck the NFL, and all of the sports world this past Sunday when Kevin Everett was carried off the field on a stretcher, without any noticable movement. It has been announced that Everett is more than lik... Read More »

No One to Look up To

Posted July 24, 2007
As kids, and even as adults, we often have the need to look up to our favorite athletes. Being 28, my first hero was #16, Pat LaFontaine. What more could you ask for from a hero? I suppose I could think of one thing; to be able to look up to my hero everytime I walk into my church, The HSBC Arena. That one thing was given to me two years ago when I was able to witness his jersey being hoisted... Read More »
Its hard for me to describe what I feel right now. I am of course blogging about the happenings surrounding Thomas Vanek. Should I thank Kevin Lowe for finally forcing the Sabres' hand into signing one of its key players to a long term contract, or should I be annoyed at his possibly devious and destructive antics? I suppose its hard to fault the man for doing his job. He apparently had enga... Read More »