Monthly Archives: May 2004

Flyers win .. Send Leafs to Golf Course

The Flyers won a strange game in the ACC center on Tuesday event on wicked shot from Roenick over Belfour’s shoulder on a 2 on 1 in OT. That goal ended the Leafs hopes for taking the series to 7 games.

New GM for Bruins?

Brian Burke’s contract will expire this summer and the Canucks are not going to ask the president and gm of the team back.

Senators’ Season Review

Ottawa Senators’ fans have finally completed the steps to recovery after another playoff loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs. They have been through all 4 stages: anger, denial, depression and now, finally, acceptance. It is now time to look back at all the negatives and positives during this past season. Who had a breakout year? Who was a disappointment? Who will not be back? And the regular season report cards for the Ottawa Senators’ players.

Flyers Injury Update, Part 2

Okay, here is the skinney, directly from the coach’s mouth:

“Esche has flu like symptoms. Three or four of our guys had the same thing. He feels much better today, and pending practice, should be ready to go tomorrow.”

Flyers Injury Update

Intersting update on both Vladimir Malakhov & Robert Esche mysterious ”upper-body injuries”…

Leafs/Flyers Game 5 : The Good, The Bad, The Ugly

As the title says, the GOOD/BAD/UGLY for both teams in game 5…

The NEW York Rangers; What is on the Horizon?

Well last season was almost perfect, except Mr. Sather still remains in the office. But this offseason, there is a lot that can be talked about with this team.

It's back… The WHA I mean.

Nobody said this site only has to be about the NHL so I decided to post this!

The WHA is back for another try this year. Starting with the 2004/2005 season the WHA will ice seven teams including Toronto, Quebec City, Detroit, Miami, Halifax, Hamilton and either Vancouver or Dallas.

What if the NHL Playoffs could look like this?

After watching an excting round one series commence, I thought of an idea that would make the Stanley cup playoffs not only a contest of the best team, but also the best conference.

Alexander Perezhogin In BIG Troubles?

Montreal Canadiens’ prospect Alexander Perezhogin has been suspended indefinitely without pay by the American Hockey League after a stick swinging incident in Hamilton on Friday night. The league will likey hand down a more definitive punishment on Monday after further reviewing the incident.

Criminal charges are also a possibility…

Counterpoint: Leafs – Flyers a closer look

So, the whining about penalties (among other things) has begun. Let’s take a closer look…

Montreal Season Review

Since no one has done this already, I decided I would finally break out and actually submit an article for once. This may end up a tad long, but I hope it’s worth a read.

This was a season that started out with many so-called “experts” predicting Montreal would finish out of the playoffs. A strong 5-2-0-0 start tailed off quickly and it began to appear as though these experts may have been right. However, a strong second half of the season had Montreal finishing 11 games above .500 and the number 7 seed in a very strong Eastern Conference was their’s.

Leafs tie it up thanks to officiating

The Flyers dropped their second in a row due in small part to some of the worst playoff officiating ever seen!