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Tuesday
Jul212015

Shane Tries To Hockey - Part 1

Hockey players are in phenominal shape. They're practicing and working out constantly when they're not playing. Take a look at the last few ESPN Magazine body issues and tell me Tyler Seguin and Hilary Knight aren't completely ripped. On the other hand, you have me.

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Thursday
Jul162015

Lick It Up, Baby. Lick. It. Up.

Summer Hockey Twitter is a boring, vicious place.  We attack each other, over analyze, hypothesize, and do really dumb things.  Even hockey players are prone to being dumb and petty, with terribly formed insults.  Really not sure what happened this afternoon but thank you @atrodorsus for getting a screenshot of everything before tweets were deleted and “hackers” were blamed. 

 

 

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Sunday
Jun142015

Fall Out Boy: A Review

Nothing like spending Saturday night baking under the hot New Jersey sun at PNC Bank Arts Center.  Friends and I trekked to the middle of the state to see Hoodie Allen, Wiz Khalifa, and Fall Out Boy take the stage and entertain us for a few hours.  

To say we were the cranky old people in the crowd is unfair to me and more of a reflection on who Fall Out Boy appeals to.  Silly me for expecting the crowd to be ages 15-35, the crowd was 7-17 with a handful of parents “supervising” and maybe 20 of us between the ages of 18 and 30.  But that didn’t really dampen the show once Fall Out Boy took the stage.

But prior to Fall Out Boy taking the stage, we sat through some interesting moments.

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Wednesday
Apr012015

Tampa Bay's Restrictive Ticket Sales Hurt Everyone

On Wednesday, a Sports Illustrated report pointed out that the Tampa Bay Lightning will be restricting online ticket sales for playoff games to those with billing addresses inside of Florida. 

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Thursday
Jan292015

The AHL Moves West

After years of speculation, the American Hockey League is finally moving westward. At a press conference today in San Jose, the league and several team officials announced the relocation of five East Coast franchises to California, creating the long-awaited Pacific Division. The ECHL will also receive a bit of a shake up, with some California teams moving east to start playing in the soon-to-be former AHL markets.

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