Do or …. well, not die … yet

I inadvertently screwed up this post and made everything I’d written disappear into the ether like Michael Ryder’s scoring touch.

Comments are still here, though, and I’ve started the game blog. 

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They’ve come a long way from mini-putt

RDS set a ratings record last night, one that is certain to last – till tomorrow.

Game 5 drew an average audinece of 1,737,000 viewers, becoming the most-watched program


Canadiens fans need a couple good laughs today.

And here they are:

About last night …

The blonde hair flying, the highlight-reel goal, the crowd chanting his name ...

But Alex Kovalev is not Guy Lafleur. Tomas Plekanec is not Jacques Lemaire. Andrei Kostitsyn is

Back to Boston

Steve Bégin said the Canadiens skated 20 minutes and abandoned Carey Price to the fates.

Carey Price said he rarely plays two bad games in a row ... which

Penthouse to outhouse in 11 months

That's life, that's what all the people say.
You're riding high in April,
Shot down in May

Isn't "Sinatra singing" an anagram for "f---ing Senators"?

Ottawa didn't wait until

Has Harry gone potty?

Maybe it's too much time out in the Florida Sun.

Either that or the last man to coach a Stanley Cup winner in Boston was still chugging celebratory champagne

First ones gone

Available for charity golf tournaments, memorabilia signings and light yard work:

Wade Redden: $6.5 million this season

Mike Fisher: $6 million next season, first of a five-year deal worth $21

Don Cherry says …

Carey Price should be a slam dunk for the Calder Trophy.

Cherry loves the kid. I've never heard him praise a Montreal player so effusively.

And he's right ... at

About last night …

The Book of Ecclesiastes, as interpreted by Pete Seeger: Turn, Turn, Turn, To Everything There is a Season.

A 1-0 game in autumn is a snoozefest.

A 1-0 game