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Playoff Sweater!

As promised on Episode 30, here is the infamous “Playoff Sweater” sequence from the Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames 2004 Western Conference Quarterfinals game seven.

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Howell (N.J.) Hockey parent blames referee for scrum

One of the parents involved in an altercation Sunday with a pair of referees following a high school hockey game at Howell Ice World said Monday one of the officials instigated the confrontation by calling the mother of one player an obscene name. 430 more words

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5 Trades The Buffalo Sabres Should Consider Making

New hockey writer Brian Hardwick‘s debut on HardFoulSports.com!

With the National Hockey League trade deadline approaching,  the Buffalo Sabres currently sit in a 6-way tie for last place with 47 points with 30 games left.   772 more words

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I am Innately Aggressive, Not Innately Warlike

War and hockey, although they tap into innate human aggression, are both learned, culturally-driven behaviours.

I play pond hockey. After we whack the puck around a while, and we’re soaked in sweat and sagging, I shout, “Next goal wins!” Then, no matter how exhausted I am, I skate like a maniac to score that last goal. 58 more words

Blackhawks Goalie Scott Darling Is Awesome, Performs Amazing Act Of Charity

Walking Downtown every day, you see people asking for change.

Some people help, some people don’t.

And then there’s Blackhawk’s goalie Scott Darling…

While the Lemont native was in Arizona recently, a man asked him for change. 96 more words

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Saskatchewan Huskies men’s hockey having best regular season in 16 years

SASKATOON – Regardless of what happens this weekend, this will be a memorable regular season for the Saskatchewan Huskies men’s hockey team. The hockey dogs are heading into the regular season finale with 42 points, firmly entrenched in first place in the Canada West. 353 more words

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Jets Inching Closer to Take Off

News that defenceman Dustin Byfuglien had signed a five-year contract extension with the Winnipeg Jets was met with almost universal approval.

The 30-year old became the first significant free agent to re-up in Manitoba, offering hope that the Jets can not only retain talent, but perhaps attract it too. 838 more words

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