August 21 2009 01:32PM
A post in which the young author is held computerless for almost two weeks.
August 19 2009 04:53PM
Western Canadian hockey fans, commence grumbling. There's really nothing all that surprising about the TSN broadcast schedule released Wednesday but for those who enjoy complaining about Eastern bias and taking potshots at the so-called Centre of the Universe, you've been well served.
The Flames, Oilers and Canucks will all make 11 appearances on either TSN or TSN2 -- one pre-season tilt plus 10 regular-season matchups. The Ottawa Senators also get the exact same exposure.
The Maple Leafs, meanwhile, will be on the air 19 times -- two tune-ups and 17 regular-season games. Perhaps TSN will be able to coax Brian Burke out of his shell to make an appearance during at least one of those broadcasts.
August 18 2009 03:10PM
Two things came to mind today when official word broke that the Detroit Red Wings had signed winger Todd Bertuzzi for a second tour of duty in the Motor City.
The first was the old line from journeyman baseball player and self-deprecating raconteur Bob Uecker, who during his modest career had two separate stints with the Braves.
“They couldn’t believe how bad I was the first time,” quipped Uecker, “so I guess they brought me back just to make sure.”
August 16 2009 01:24PM
Flames general manager Darryl Sutter recently expressed mild concern about the potential dire consequences of having six of his players in contention for roster spots at the 2010 Olympics. He’s especially worried about the possibility of having one of his high-priced Canadian warriors – Jarome Iginla, Robyn Regehr, Dion Phaneuf and Jay Bouwmeester – go down during the upcoming summer camp, which will be held at the building formerly known as the Olympic Saddledome.
August 16 2009 10:24AM
The Post has learned that coach Tom Renney approached Messier last season about the possibility of working with the coaching staff this season. It also has been learned that Messier interviewed this summer for the vacant coaching position in Edmonton that ultimately went to Pat Quinn (with Renney as his associate).
- Larry Brooks, New York Post