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Reflections on Flames 2014-15 season

Thought I would write a post about this past Flames season from my perspective.  I moved to Calgary in 2005 from Vancouver and, before moving here and while I lived in Vancouver, I was a huge Canucks fan.  Now I am … Continue reading

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Mike Babcock obliterates the NHL coaching payscale

I was shocked to hear of the $50 million USD 8 year deal former Red Wings coach Mike Babcock signed with the Leafs yesterday (the $50 M is really $60 M in Canadian funds).  $6.25 M per year for 8 … Continue reading

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NHL 2015 Playoffs – The Final Four

The 2015 NHL Playoffs are down to 4 teams now, NY Rangers, Anaheim Ducks, Chicago Blackhawks and Tampa Bay Lightning. I did not watch the first game of either series this week but I watched game 7 Washington at Rangers. … Continue reading

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2015 NHL Conference Semi-Final Picks

Had a great time Saturday night watching The Flames beat the Canucks 7-4 and advance to the next round.  Down 3-0 in the first period, Calgary roared back to win it late.  I’ve lived in Calgary 10 years this July … Continue reading

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2015 Playoffs are well underway

Playoffs are well underway now.  Flames and Canucks tied at a game a piece.  I lived in Van for 10 years and work for a Van company so I do feel a bit torn.  Calgary is definately my team but … Continue reading

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Flames update with 10 games left in reg season

My interest in the Flames has waned a bit as we get into the final stretch of the season.  I cancelled my cable about 3 months ago because I don’t really watch TV and now watch NHL games for free … Continue reading

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NHL Reg Season at 3 week point

Been watching a lot of hockey since the games started back 3 weeks ago, on Jan. 19.  My favorite teams to follow are mostly the Canadian teams such as Vancouver, Edmonton and Calgary. Overall, though. watching San Jose play a … Continue reading

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Off-season odds & ends

The biggest news of the NHL off season has to be the signing of Zach Parise and Ryan Suter by the Minnesota Wild.  Both players received identical $96 million 13 year deals.  The saga of where they’d each sign played … Continue reading

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Predictions and picks as the 2012 post season is almost here

The NHL regular season is wrapping up with most teams having played at least 80, if not 81 games, of the regular season now.  I watched a lot of hockey this season.  Not sure if it was the most for … Continue reading

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