Monthly Archives: December 2011

The Second Rule of Fight Club

Today, we bring you the second installment in Vinny’s trilogy of the history of fighting in hockey. While John Branch of the New York Times may be sitting on a Pulitzer with his two–part series on fighting, we’re happy to have Vinny, … Continue reading

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Good Work, NHL

Joseph is back. His Flyers faced the Penguins Thursday night, but he had other things on his mind – the just announced NHL conference realignment. Joseph has his work cut out for him this month – he’s been named Senior … Continue reading

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Naughty And Nice

Brian is gearing up as his Devils host the Senators Thursday night [Ed Note: The Caps softened them up a bit on Wednesday].  Like Santa and his naughty and nice list, Brian has one too; the good and bad for the Devs, who … Continue reading

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Russian Mafia

The best kept secret here is that much of our best work happens off of it. We’re half Russian. Sorta. We serve our masters at RMNB in part because we love them, in part because we have an onerous debt to … Continue reading

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Shop Til You Drop

Andrew goes shopping and takes us on a tour of Toronto’s historic Maple Leaf Gardens. They don’t play hockey there anymore. It escaped the wrecking ball, but is it as good as dead to many olde-time Leafs fans? “Well look … Continue reading

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The First Rule of Fight Club

On the heels of this weekend’s two–part series on fighting and enforcers by John Branch, one of our own weighs in on this controversial issue. Vinny prepared this paper as part of his graduate work. This historic analysis is nearly … Continue reading

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