Monthly Archives: November 2004

Heatley Loses an Eye?

According to TSN.ca, Dany Heatley has been struck in the eye with a puck.

Stars fans chat with with Daly and Jim Lites(team Prez)

Well, I heard today that as of last night (Wednesday), here in Dallas of course, around 250 fans according to a local news station “and” another local paper, met to chat and have it out with the NHL’s top negotiator, Bill Daly, and the Stars president Jim Lites.

Sick and Tired of being Sick and Tired

Normally, during the course of any given season, I occasionally write articles like this because it gives me a chance to observe the goings on of the NHL and offer my views on trade rumors, most of which usually involve the star player of the moment headed to the Toronto Maple Leafs for a pile of dirty jockstraps and an autographed Anders Eriksson sock. Apparently, I can’t do that this year. All I can do is drum up more of the idiocy regarding the lack of the greatest sport on earth – trust me, there’s a lot of it.

R.I.P. ZHOLTOK

Today, Sergei Zholtok passed away at the young age of 31.

If you are making $10 million a season, dont talk.

Good evening everybody, tonight we are going to have ourselves an interview with the stud of the Blues Blueline, Mr. Chris Pronger. He will be replying to some recent issues that have come about lately. Mr.Pronger, please take a seat…

Sacrifices, according to the NHLPA

We have heard over and over again about the “sacrifices” that players made during the last lockout. What exactly are these sacrifices?

Are the NHLers Scabs?

Many of you have seen the recent article by former NHL goaltender Corey Hirsch. Hirsch, who earns a living playing hockey in Europe, has been displaced by an NHL goaltender who took an overseas job to stay in shape. Hirsch points out the NHLers are pushing out people who earn far less than them and are essentially destroying the careers of these hockey players.