Monthly Archives: January 2012

Transition Game

Beyond the Beltway, our very own Ted Starkey, has a nice following. Ahead of the All-Star break, Vinny, our Isles correspondent, spoke with Ted about all things Caps: Ted’s ownership, team culture, Ovi, Sasha, Bruce, white home jerseys,  and the DH32 – Turgeon … Continue reading

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All The King’s Men

Greg is back, even if his LA Kings are not. Pancakes, go-go boys, bitter beer face, and gay face. Are there any topics we won’t tackle? Oh, and Staples section 320, row 8, is a killer. The Kings are definitely not … Continue reading

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Wanted: #1 Goalie

Joseph files on the humongous big problem his Flyers have in net: Sitting here while gearing up for the NHL All-Star Weekend, a series of events that I have always enjoyed but have grown fonder of in light of last … Continue reading

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Sympathy For The Devils

I think we’re all ready for the All-Star Game break. It’s been a roller coaster season for most of the writers here, your humbled editors (Let’s Go Caps) included, and certainly for Brian, our man on the Devils beat. Brian … Continue reading

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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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Growing Up Hockey

In part 1, Zach talked about the hockey experience, beyond the practices and games. Here, he talks about starting to skate at 4, then his years coming up through the junior ranks and transitioning to high school play. Like many … Continue reading

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Penguin Scruff

Even Sunday night’s 6-3 drubbing of the Bolts might not be enough to cheer Adam up. His Pens have been skidding, beset by numerous injuries and lackluster play. They host the Canes (Hi Jeff!) on Tuesday and will be looking … Continue reading

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Hab A Little Faith

Montreal’s rough ride has been especially hard on its fans. The baggy pants farce that was the Cammalleri trade on Thursday evening, didn’t help. But our Habs man, Matthew Skolnikoff, puts a positive spin on it and gives hope to … Continue reading

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Hockey And Homework

Zach is a gay hockey player. He’s been skating since he was a kid and moved up through the ranks from his area’s youth hockey leagues to where he is now, playing D for a perennial powerhouse high school team in the … Continue reading

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All Stars

In his New years wrapup, Bobby from Dallas checks in on 2011, and shares the highlights of the year. No surprise, much of them center on his Dallas Stars and Jon, his boyfriend.                                                                                                                                                “For my blog, 2011 was an … Continue reading

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