Monthly Archives: October 2014

How Anze Kopitar Helped Me Battle Cancer

By @SpencerLAKings The realities of getting older. Honestly, I felt pretty much the same as I did when I was in my 20’s and 30’s. I worked out at least 4-5 per week. I had ridden my bicycle 3 times from San … Continue reading

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Hockey Pages: “Burning Up the Ice” by T.A. Chase and Devon Rhodes

Burning Up the Ice by T.A. Chase and Devon Rhodes lives up to its name in a few ways. This book not only deals in hockey, but there’s also curling! To ice sports meet up in one book—SCORE! There’s a … Continue reading

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It’s Showtime!

Celebrating the Team Behind the Team on the Ice It’s here! It’s finally here!   After nearly six months of pretending to be interested in the World Cup and bluffing our way through Major League Baseball (“how many games in … Continue reading

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Red Wings Fly Into New Season

Perhaps the headline is more wishful thinking than reality. The Red Wings preseason was not kind to the team. Out of eight games, only three were winners. Three other games were regulation losses and then there was one OT loss … Continue reading

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Tripping to Victory – Sheathed Sabres

Back on Wednesday Buffalo played their final pre-season home game against the Capitals of Washington D.C. Entering the game were numerous players projected to start the season in Buffalo including Moulson, Ennis, Stafford, and Stewart. They were followed by probably … Continue reading

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