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Archive for October, 2009

Pittsburgh Penguins: Injuries Starting To Pile Up

Today, the Pens announce that Evgeni Malkin will be out of the lineup for 2 - 3 weeks due to a shoulder strain. Malkin was trying to play through it, but the team decided that it would be best for him to rest it. Afterall, it’s only October (almost November) and we would much rather [...]

Hockey Addiction

This was a piece I wrote about a year ago. I’ve pulled it out of hiding having been inspired by rocknrollnobody’s piece on addiction. Enjoy..
Admitting you have a problem is the first step…so before your family and friends stage an intervention, does any of this sound familiar?
- A TV game qualifies as a [...]

Phoenix Coyotes On The Auction Block

Over the last 24 hours a “tentative” agreement has been made between current owner Jerry Moyes and the NHL for the league to purchase the Phoenix Coyotes. The NHL then intends to sell team to a buyer who intends to keep them here in Phoenix.
“It remains the NHL’s intention upon taking control of the [...]

Dallas Stars: A Few Words Regarding Steve Ott

Dallas have been back practising in Frisco today after a relatively successful three game road trip this past week. A good solid outing which has seen us garner 5 points from a possible 6, has us in 6th place in the West with a game in hand over the San Jose Sharks - to whom [...]

Calgary Flames: Is This The Year???

Welcome to the Calgary Flames blog. I’ll be following the flames for you this season, right until the Stanley Cup I hope.
First a little about me, I’m from Quebec City, and when the Nordiques left town in 1995, I had to choose another team to cheer for. I had two conditions, it [...]

Vancouver Canucks: Turning Things Around

With six players currently on the IR list, winning three games in a row is not a regular occurrence for most teams . Lately the Canucks have beaten the Black Hawks, Maple Leafs and most recently the Oilers. Things appear to be pointing in a more opportunistic direction. Daniel Sedin sustained an injury during a [...]

Flying - beano’s Flyers Blog

Flying High
Matt Carle & Chris Pronger - going well both statistically and as a defensive pair. if it wasn’t for the impressive play and time eating of these two then the flyers would be in real bother. they are a combined +12 while 2nd pairing Timonen and Coburn are a combined -15.
Arron Asham - [...]


Sunday has rolled around again and with it, 4 more games played by Anaheim. Actually, ‘played’ may not be the right term to use. Dressed out? Clocked in? Played is definitely not how I would describe the overall look of the team this past week.
On Wednesday, October 14, the Ducks hosted the Minnesota Wild. It [...]

Debate Time: Mike Richards’ Hit On David Booth

It’s time for a penaltykill.net debate! So, let’s get it started.
In last night’s game pitting the Florida Panthers verses the Philadelphia Flyers, Flyer captain Mike Richards laid a nasty hit on David Booth of the Panthers. The NHL decided not to fine or suspend Richards for the hit. Do you agree? Should there have been [...]

San Jose Sharks Should Extend Patrick Marleau’s Contract Now

Hey Sharks fans, do you remember last season? I know, you remember being bounced by the Anaheim Ducks in the first round. But do you remember what happened before that? What I remember is that we were very excited about our prospects for going deep in the playoffs. We welcomed Todd [...]

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