Monthly Archive for June, 2010

: June, 2010

OK, coach

Fighting home-computer problems and, you know, work, but had to toss this one up: Matt Koalska, last seen (well, talked-to) in the winter as a college assistant, is taking over a girls high school
Categories: Alumni watch

RIP, Willie Huber

The former NHL defenseman died yesterday at home of an apparent heart attack, according to his hometown Hamilton Spectator. Huber (IHDB) came to the Rangers from Detroit in a big 1983 trade, was a
Categories: General

RIP, Willie Huber

The former NHL defenseman died yesterday at home of an apparent heart attack, according to his hometown Hamilton Spectator. Huber (IHDB) came to the Rangers from Detroit in a big 1983 trade, was a
Categories: Rampant nostalgia, RIP

The other Sean B

While they talk about the Bergenheim surprise up top, Sean Bentivoglio’s name is also missing from the list of players tendered qualifying offers, which sets him free. Got a couple of calls in to ask

You gotta have DeHart

The intriguing pick comes at 125, defenseman Tony DeHart. He’s 20, which means he could be here. We eagerly await word of some sort about whether he might wind up here or back in Oshawa or what.
Categories: Inexact Science

You have a plethora

Interesting stuff at the NHL draft. Not that Messrs. Niederreiter and Nelson affect the Sound Tigers anytime soon. See ya in a few years… maybe. (Party pooper.) Should tomorrow’s picks appear to have

Crazy stuff I do at golf tournaments

Talk to golfers about hockey.
Categories: General

One crazy day

From soccer to tennis (more reporters had that scoreboard on their laptops…) to Chris Bourque’s name appearing on a Russian team’s Web site as its latest signing (not so fast, sez Chris to Tim) to

Summer Squall

Man, June 22 and it’s all about hockey. Evgeni Nabokov won’t be back with the Sharks. We get women in the Hall of Fame, finally; Angela James and Cammi Granato join Dino Ciccarelli, but it’s Pat

Know your place, rook (Shelton?)

As noted in comments, the Bruins announced two rookie games in Shelton. Had heard rumors of one, but two would be fun. Sept. 14-15 are the dates in question. The Islanders were supposedly going to