Monthly Archive for August, 2011

: August, 2011

RIP, Wade Belak

Reports from Canada are that Wade Belak, 35, has died in Toronto. He played in 549 games for five NHL teams, including 15 for the Predators last year. Belak is the older brother of Graham Belak, who
Categories: Alumni watch, RIP

And after the storm

Fordham’s football opener is postponed. Oh, yeah — it was at UConn. The National Guard takes precedence. I don’t understand. Had so many people on Twitter and Facebook saying this thing was “nothing”

Joking about hurricanes

Apparently any good northern hurricane should remind you of a song. As long as it’s not this one Stuff to read and watch: –Our coverage –The National Hurricane Center –The Weather Channel (and on

Shakin’ All Over*

Tonight at the Pilot Pen New Haven Open, a good man received an award named for a good man. Former Sacred Heart captain Patrick Knowlton signs with the Colorado Eagles, now of the ECHL. Mike McKenna

Shakin’ All Over*

Tonight at the Pilot Pen New Haven Open, a good man received an award named for a good man. Former Sacred Heart captain Patrick Knowlton signs with the Colorado Eagles, now of the ECHL. Mike McKenna

Shakin' All Over*

Tonight at the Pilot Pen New Haven Open, a good man received an award named for a good man. Former Sacred Heart captain Patrick Knowlton signs with the Colorado Eagles, now of the ECHL. Mike McKenna
Categories: General

Live, and not from Pittsburgh

Back from vacation — not too many blog posts this time around; a shame news kept breaking — but spending the near future, mostly, watching tennis at the you-know-who media center. Brief thoughts

Drury retires

Chris Drury announced his retirement this morning, a couple of months after the Rangers bought him out. He hangs ’em up after 892 games, 615 points and an honorable career, not to mention one other

Sound Tigers open Oct. 8 vs. Portland

Here’s the team’s press release with the full list, and here’s the league’s. First blush: January/February is lighter than ever. A combined 21 games, as opposed to 13 in December alone, 14 in March
Categories: Alumni watch

Planning your future

The league expects the schedule to be released Thursday at 4 p.m. That’s pending Board of Governors approval, which we assume is the rubber-stamp variety, unless someone wants to fight the