Seeking the upside to an NHL lockout, an uncensored opinion of NHL owners, picking apart the ESPN poll ranking the Maple Leafs the worst franchise, two curious cases involving a current and former Hab, remembering Game Four of the ’72 Summit Series, and 1o things that piss off fans if another team does them.
HOCKEY INDEPENDENT: Cris Cohen looks toward the upside of a possible NHL lockout. In my case, I’ll have a lighter writing schedule, some free time to catch up on my reading/TV series/movies, and get a head start on preparing my home and yard for winter. As much as a lockout will suck, I intend to make the most of it.
BATTLE OF CALIFORNIA: “RudyKelly” with an uncensored opinion (WARNING: Language not suitable for work) regarding the NHL owners, an opinion I daresay is shared by most NHL fans.
HABS EYES ON THE PRIZE: Andrew Birkshire on the curious cases of why P.K Subban has yet to be re-signed by the Canadiens, and why former Hab Andrei Kostitsyn has yet to be signed by any NHL team.
GREATEST HOCKEY LEGENDS: Joe Pelletier looks back on Game Four of the 1972 Summit Series, which represented the low point in that series for Team Canada, prompting Phil Esposito’s memorable post-game chastising of Canadian fans for booing the club.
HOOKED ON HOCKEY: “Top Ten Things That Piss You Off If Anyone But Your Team Does It.”