Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration — Thomas Alva Edison Mr. Light Bulb’s insight was certainly valid with respect to most applications, but when it comes to […]
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It seems fitting that the latest attempt to purchase the Coyotes fell apart within 48 hours of Groundhog Day. The NHL has owned the troubled Glendale-based franchise four long years […]
Approximately ten days ago, preliminary architectural images of the new Seattle basketball/hockey arena were released. About five minutes later, the early reviews began to flood in. Charitably put, they were […]
There aren’t many cities that would seriously consider turning their backs on an investment of nearly $300 million in private capital within their boundaries, particularly during trying economic times. However, […]
Jeopardy answer: In 1917, this was the first American team to win the Stanley Cup Championship. Question: Who were the Seattle Metropolitans? Granted, it was nearly a century ago, during […]
Mark Recchi is one of the few players to win Stanley Cup championships with three different teams – as discussed in Seven Things about Mark Recchi. So who else is in this […]