Adieu, Dubie?

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Interesting stuff from Greg Logan Sunday, most notably the presumed departure of Wade Dubielewicz and the presumed return of Tim Jackman. [Read More]
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Tell the world I do

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(Server issues means this was delayed from Friday and then added to on Saturday. Sorry. Not like there was anything all that timely in here to begin with, though.) Maybe the perfect New Haven Nighthawks stat, from Jason Chaimovitch through Jonathan Bombulie: Wilkes-Barre/Scranton has lost seven Calder Cup Finals games in a row. The record […] [Read More]
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Programming note 2

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The NHL Network has picked up the rest of the Final. The Wilkes-Barre games have all been moved to 7:30 to accomodate. Viewing party at whose house? [Read More]
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Watched “Lost,” but…

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Watched "Lost," but…

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The Wolves took a 3-0 lead and never let the Pens catch up in a 5-4 win. A couple of PPGs for both teams, but the Wolves got theirs in only four chances. Goligoski had three points for WBS, which has another shot Sunday afternoon in Game 2. Noted on John Walton’s blog: Cail MacLean […] [Read More]
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TV note

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Press release this morning says the NHL Network will take the Wolves’ feed and broadcast at least Games 1 and 2 of the Calder Cup Final live, if you’ve sprung for it. [Read More]
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Nowadays, we can praise fighting teams again

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Four locals will be in the Columbia arsenal Friday in the Lions’ first NCAA baseball tournament appearance in over 30 years. At least one local alum will be at work, anxiously awaiting a chance to check the score.* Freddie Cassivi goes to Nuremburg. Good bit on team chemistry from Larry Brooks in today’s Other Post. […] [Read More]
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Splitting Sigalets

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Jordan’s brother Jonathan went to Columbus today for Matt Marquardt. Allan Rourke is off to Ingolstadt. ObFunWithBabelfish is different now that Babelfish is Yahooed. But still: “A large strength is also my duel behavior and that I always play with full body employment.” Eurohockey also says original Sound Tigers Ray Giroux and Evgeny Korolev are […] [Read More]
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Go West: Come East

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USA: Spokane wins the Memorial Cup. And then breaks it. (Well, not really. But they did win it. And it did break.) Vegas squares the Kelly Cup Final, winning Game 2, 1-0, on a late goal. We no longer have a Western Conference correspondent in This Space. The Little Punk in Illinois is no longer […] [Read More]
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"And that doesn't just sting…"

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“…it kills,” Greg Glynn said as Wachovia Arena rejoiced over Tim Brent’s game-winner. Brent scored with 29.something left in regulation, and the Penguins are headed to the final. WBS took a 2-0 lead, and in a flip of last night, the Pirates tied it up in the second. But Brent beats Aubin (37 saves), and […] [Read More]
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