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Seven Things about Roberto Luongo

Seven Things about Roberto Luongo

Seven Things about Roberto Luongo By Jason Kurylo Roberto Luongo backstopped the Vancouver Canucks to the fourth round of the playoffs for just the third time in the franchise’s 40 […]

by · June 17, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Florida Panthers, New York Islanders, Player Profiles, Vancouver Canucks
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Looking back at 2010 for the Chicago Blackhawks

For Chicago Blackhawks fans, 2010 has held the ultimate hockey high of winning the Stanley Cup, but also some punishing lows. Here’s a look back at 2010 – the good, […]

by · January 3, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Chicago Blackhawks, Hockey History, Olympics
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‘Super Sunday’ Shows Hockey At Its Finest (No Fights?)

By Mike Colligan Despite the morning-after frenzy following Team USA’s 5-3 victory over Team Canada, Sunday’s game was not quite “the biggest Olympic hockey upset since the Miracle on Ice”. […]

by · February 22, 2010 · Comments are Disabled · International Hockey, Olympics
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Women’s Olympic Hockey: Canada and USA making presence known in Vancouver

Have you ever been in a talent show and had to follow an amazing act?  Yeah it’s not fun.  Now imagine how both the USA and Canada’s Men’s teams must […]

by · February 16, 2010 · 4 comments · Olympics
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Move Over Yankees. The Winningest Team in Sports is…Team Canada

The Montreal Canadiens, The New York Yankees, The Boston Celtics, The Green Bay Packers. These are the most hallowed teams in professional sports and with good reason. From the four […]

by · December 21, 2009 · 4 comments · International Hockey, Olympics
Team Canada goalies: Luongo, Brodeur, and Fleury

Luongo, Brodeur, and Fleury: Three-headed Olympic goaltending monster

The starting goaltender for Team Canada, whoever it will be, will already be facing the scrutiny of an entire country. There can’t be much more pressure than that.