September 20 2011 08:21AM
Sports and Superstition have long gone hand in hand.
September 19 2011 07:46PM
The Leafs handled the Senators 4-2 tonight. Tyler Bozak scored a pair and had an assist, Colby Armstrong had a goal and Carl Gunnarsson chipped one in. My notes:
- The Bozak - Armstrong - Kadri line was buzzing all night. Lots of chances and they dominated possession against weak opposition. This is a good sign for what should be the Leafs sheltered scoring line. They crashed the net, they moved the puck and they drew penalties.
- Dion Phaneuf's hit on Conboy in the first period was called elbowing. Watching the video I'm not convinced any wrong doing occured. Conboy is skating with his head down and Phaneuf's elbows are pinned to his torso. You hate to see guys get hit in the head but players have to take some responsibility out there; we don't want to see guys skating around leaning over with their heads sticking out because they're suddenly untouchable.
- The new Leafs goal song is kind of crummy. I guess we should hope that we hear it too many times this season.
September 19 2011 02:51PM
While players in some of the other player categories may cause one to blink an eye, I think there will be a little more consensus agreement in this section of the series dealing with the "No-Way Forward".
September 17 2011 06:28PM
You can tell that the new NHL season approacheth at full speed. The days are getting colder and wives of hockey fans everywhere are starting to eye the calendar nervously knowing that their attentive summer husband is about to be replaced with a distracted fall model who is glued to the TV and computer and regularly mistakes his children for one another.
Here at NationRadio the talk shifts from Oilers Prospects playing in a myriad of junior leagues and oilers prospects playing at the Rookie Camp.
Its NationRadio. Enjoy!
September 17 2011 03:50PM
Prior to the announcement that the Maple Leafs had signed Luke Schenn to a five year/$18.0 million contract, this site ran a post titled “What’s Luke Schenn Worth?” That post looked at a given set of comparable players to Schenn – defensive defensemen with roughly the same age, minutes played, and NHL experience as Schenn.
I’d like to do something similar here, but use different criteria to find comparable players.