Monthly Archive for May, 2010

: May, 2010

Yaremchuk 1 (Fraser, Presley), 8:25

In the first game of the Stanley Cup Final, 6-5? What year is this? (I think DGB tweeted this at 5-4 late second, then this at 5-5. All this following a perfect retweet with comment a few minutes
Categories: Baseball, RIP

Chemistry lessons

A day of oil changes, frustrated lacrosse and looking in the wrong place for the wrong thing. Come on, tomorrow. On the bright side: Rowdy lives! (No word on Rude-E.) And RIP, Gary Coleman.
Categories: RIP, Schools

Travis something

Travis Hamonic is in the fold, signing his three-year contract. (We’ll note that Newsday had it up first.) There is crazy buzz, both from sources we’ve chatted with and media we all probably read,
Categories: General

Silent and sure, keeping watch in the night

It’s Texas, with four goals in a row, with three of them in the third period to erase a one-goal deficit after two, killing off two third-period penalties, killing off three in all and not receiving a

Guess we can keep the RSS feed

Victor Bartley is off to Rogle BK, the team for which Jeremy Colliton played last year. The Google Translate is entirely too good and offers little to giggle at aside from subject-verb agreement.

That other Niemi

So Jyri Niemi is a Ranger. Suppose we’ll see where he falls on the spectrum of Former Future Sound Tigers like Andy Chiodo, like Cory Stillman, like Jan Holub, like Igor Volkov, like Cody Blanshan,
Categories: Haley, Inexact Science

Not for all the tea in… never mind

So the Islanders cancelled their training-camp trip to China, Newsday reported. (Newsday appears to have closed its back-door blog loophole, so subscription really required now.) The he-said-he-said,

It only ends once

The Czech Republic withstood a late extra-attacker goal and defeated Russia 2-1 in the gold-medal game at the World Championship. Sweden took bronze over the game host Germans. A few locals made the

Too much to Bear

Boyd Kane won it for the Bears 7:06 into overtime, and Hershey’s headed back to the finals after a 3-2 win in Game 6. The Monarchs had a 2-0 lead after two. Alex Giroux cut the lead to one. Patrick

That’s a winner

Brett Motherwell and the Cincinnati Cyclones won the Kelly Cup tonight with a 2-1 win over Idaho in Game 5. Motherwell had an assist and was plus-2 in the deciding game. Again, nice to see him and