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Tales of the Cthulhu Mythos, Volume 2

More “modern” Lovecraftian goodness in a retro review from December 11, 2005. (And I’m not sure if “Cthulhuian” is an accepted word even in the world of Mythos reviews.) 485 more words

Book Review

Thirty In Thirty: Nashville Predators

Season in Review

After battling through the toughest division in the league, the Nashville Predators emerged from the Central in second place with a 47-25-10 record. 670 more words

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Preds' biggest question: Are they strong enough at center?

When you think about the key components of recent championship teams, the Nashville Predators check a lot of the boxes.

  • Whether you prefer Shea Weber or Roman Josi, they boast at least one elite defenseman, and the rest of their group is impressive (heck, Seth Jones may have the highest ceiling of them all).
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Montreal Canadiens

Tell Me What You Read: Ahmed al-Rawi

Tell Me What You Read is a series of interviews with well-kenned folk in their professional domain, about how and what they have read in their lives has influenced them, and what has really got them grumpy.  580 more words

Arabic Poetry

Fair money, debatable term as Brandon Sutter gets five-year, $21.875M contract extension

Fair money. Debatable term.

Brandon Sutter received an expected market-value contract extension Tuesday, a five-year commitment that carries an annual average value of $4.375 million US. 445 more words

The White Towel

Deal or No Deal: Wilson Resigns with the Preds

This episode’s contestant is Nashville Predator’s forward Colin Wilson.

Colin Wilson resigned with the Nashville Predators earlier today, avoiding arbitration. He is coming off of a 3 year contract that saw him get paid $2 million a year. 320 more words

Deal Or No Deal

Wilson signs with Preds, leaving just four arbitration cases to go

One more down, four to go.

Arbitration cases, we mean.

The Nashville Predators announced today that they’d signed restricted free agent Colin Wilson to a four-year, $15.75 million contract. 75 more words

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