Archive for February, 2007

There is plenty of debate about who won and who lost at the trade deadline, but lost in the shuffle is the fact that the St. Louis Blues actually took a number of assets and turned it around into something very substantial for the future. Let’s take a look at what came and went: On […]

It’s 6:23 AM on trade deadline day! Woo hoo! And I’ve got to write about…mobile content backup and storage for a client. Sounds like fun, huh? Well, I’ve got too many meetings and stuff that pays the bills to be liveblogging, but this post will be updated at various times for any thoughts about big […]

…I recommend repeatedly visiting: Paul Kukla — for near-instant updatesSpector — for rumors and updatesJames Mirtle — for live blogging analysis As for me, I’ll let these gentleman take the spotlight for Tuesday and I’ll offer up my post-deadline thoughts afterwards. In the meantime, Christy asked me 10 questions in case you ever wanted to […]

Apologies all around, I know I’m way overdue for an update to the Crappy Player Pick ‘Em. The leaderboard is now updated and we can all see that Eric Perrin, who was pulling up the rear before 2006 ended, has springboarded to the top. Similar to how the Lightning started off crappy and now are […]

The Calgary Sun had a story today about how Shane Doan is content with his new five-year deal even though he could have been traded to a contender and potentially signed a more lucrative offer somewhere else. Some rumors floating around had Doan going to the Flames to play on a line with Jarome Iginla […]

Just checking out my daily stats this evening and I came across something interesting. Apparently, my blog comes up when people search for…um…well, interesting topics:The screencap didn’t want to come out all that well but the middle entry says that someone got here by Googling “Sidney Crosby Naked” (which, by the very fact that I […]

Dear Nashville Predators fans, I know you must be disturbed, annoyed, and/or frustrated by the way the media has zeroed in on how your team is awesome but not doing well in attendance. There’s a lot of overture from the media about how Craig Leipold might have to ask the city for subsidies because support […]