Tag Archives: Stanley Kubrick

Winter Cluster

Don’t buy in the hype the media lays on with a trowel about the Winter Classic. They love their precious narrative about a boy’s love of the game in its purest form, but they have no clue. They are firmly … Continue reading

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Male Bag: Agony Uncles

Our mail bag has been stuffed lately. Well, maybe not so much, but we like any sentence with male and stuffed in it. Once we cleared out all the hater mail, threats from bail bondsmen and letters with a strange … Continue reading

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Lockout Blackout

What We’re Learning During Our Enforced Vacation   We admit it. We’ve been finding ourselves with a little extra time on our hands lately. And by a little we mean a shrieking, soul-crushing, metric ton of extra time. Which is pretty … Continue reading

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Beyond The Infinite

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The Puckies

As seen on RMNB The Red Carpet: Oh Lorda Mercy. Tonight = Oscars. Monday = Trade deadline. We don’t know which town is more nervous, Hollywood or Washington. Larfs, what a silly question! Of course we do. Exactly because we’ve … Continue reading

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Ultra-Violence

Violence in hockey from a player’s perspective: Scott, Rangers correspondent and a forward with the NYC Gay Hockey Association, is abroad on travel, but that didn’t stop him from filing this piece on how the NHL is dealing, or not, with … Continue reading

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Tolchocks to the Gulliver

A Grazhny, Merzky and Nadmenny Prestoopnik No matter what the language, Matt Cooke always spells trouble.

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Recap: Canucked Up

The Stanley Kubrick Edition Red Line/Blue Line: The night got off to a rough start.  Commuting home from K Street’s Ground Zero, the Farragut North Metro stop, to watch the game, we came across an all too typical sight – problems on … Continue reading

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