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Jan 03

Maple Leafs Need Shooutout To Edge Red Wings


Toronto Maple Leafs were victorious in the 2014 Winter Classic in Michigan following a 3-2 win by a shootout goal against the Detroit Red Wings. After a tight opening period, in which neither side were able to find the back of the net, Detroit scored the first goal of the game 13 minutes into the …

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Dec 31

2014 NHL Winter Classic: Red Wings vs Maple Leafs WORLD RECORD CROWD


The 2014 NHL Winter Classic between the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs might set the new world record for hockey attendance. It will be a home game for the Wings, held at Michigan Stadium, The Big House. The 2014 NHL Winter Classic comes to the home of the Wolverines, which also holds …

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Dec 26

“The Stack” 12-26-13

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Hope everyone had a very Merry Christmas. Great last couple of days with family. Time to return those presents you didn’t exactly ask for as well. The Stack is here with a couple of things to talk about today as the past couple of days haven’t been very busy apart from the quintuple header in …

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Dec 25

Clement Clarke Moore Miniature Biography


Clement Clarke Moore (1799 – 1863) wrote the poem “Twas the night before Christmas” , which in 1822 was called “A Visit from St. Nicholas”. He came from a prominent family in which his father, Benjamin Moore, was the Bishop of New York, famous for officiating at the inauguration of George Washington. Clement Clarke Moore …

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Dec 16

Gabs Weekly Top Ten : Week of December 16th


1. Chicago Blackhawks (24-7-5) LW – 1 Still scoring the most goals out of any team in the league, but they are letting in way to many which seems to be the scenario for them this season. With Corey Crawford out for the foreseeable future Raanta or the newly acquired LaBarbera will need to fill …

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Dec 15

Puck Daddy: NHL suspends Jets’ Anthony Peluso 3 games for boarding Alex Goligoski


Unlike the Shawn Thornton decision, the NHL suspending Winnipeg Jets forward Anthony Peluso three games comes with less outrage from both sides of the situation. That’s because for Brendan Shanahan and the Department of Player Safety, the end result was a lay-up. Here’s Patrick Burke explaining the DoPS’s decision: The puck was long gone from …

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Dec 03

Gabs Weekly Top Ten: Week of December 2


1. Chicago Blackhawks – (20-4-4) LW 2 Winners of the last six games, the Blackhawks scored lots and did not let in more than two goals in that span. First team to reach the 100 goal plateau this season and the only thing negative about this team is that they have the third worse penalty …

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Nov 29

The Sports Bank.net: Columbus Blue Jackets are in a holding pattern


At 9-12-3, the Columbus Blue Jackets currently sit in the 7th position in the struggling Metropolitan Division of the National Hockey League (NHL) and 13th, overall in the Eastern Conference.* Adding to that, they have gone 4-3-3 in their last 10 games played and concluded their five-game road trip in the following manner: a solid …

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Nov 24

Puck Daddy: Five reasons the Philadelphia Flyers went from disaster to contender

Buffalo Sabres v Philadelphia Flyers

It was just three games, but it might as well have been 30 with the way the Philadelphia Flyers had performed. The start of the 2013-14 NHL season was a large enough sample for management to feel comfortable firing coach Peter Laviolette, who had also supervised “one of the worst training camps I’ve ever seen” …

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Nov 20

Member Spotlight — TonyRomeo


What is the first football game you ever remember seeing either on TV or in person? I would have to say the 94 Superbowl is the first time I remember watching a game on TV. Having a lot of family that currently live or lived in Buffalo there were a lot of Bills fans, and …

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