Monthly Archives: September 2012

Lockout: What Went Wrong And How To Fix It

I’ll start this off by saying outright that I am on the side of the players. I will try to keep my rhetoric to a minimum, but I can’t promise I won’t have an obvious slant. I believe not only … Continue reading

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Gay For Play

An NHL13 Review Editors’ note: We got to know Scott earlier this year after his amazing story as an out player surfaced in the Ottawa Citizen. While in high school, he taped a video for 365 days straight telling his … Continue reading

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Hendy Can Play

There is nothing better to do on a long lunch break than flee the bright lights and big city that is K Street, and to hump it across the river to Ballston to take in a Caps skate. We figured … Continue reading

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Lightning Strikes

Perhaps it’s a bad omen to start writing for a hockey blog with a lockout looming, but as Sondheim so pithily wrote “Isn’t it rich?/Isn’t it queer/losing my timing this late/in my career?” (Bonus Points should be awarded for the … Continue reading

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Power Play: St. Francis of Millbrook

During three weeks at the end of August, the 4th Line Theatre in Millbrook, Ontario, about an hour outside of Toronto, presented the world premiere of St. Francis of Millbrook by Sky Gilbert, who is a playwright, novelist, actor, educator … Continue reading

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Of CBAs And CYAs

Consider this a lockout primer for those of you newer fans who haven’t seen the NHL and NHLPA publicly eviscerate each other in an unadulterated CAN YOU TOP THIS display of stupidity before. I hate writing stuff like this. I’d … Continue reading

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