OGDB Final: A nation watches and hopes for gold

Jason Gregor
February 28 2010 11:57AM

Ice Hockey - Men's Semifinal - CAN vs SVK

In case we needed some more incentive for tonight’s game, a win on the ice by Canada will set a new winter Olympic record for most Gold medals in one Olympics: fourteen I guess Own the Podium wasn’t far off after all.

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Saying goodbye: they come, they go

Robin Brownlee
February 27 2010 08:22PM

Edmonton Oilers v Anaheim Ducks

Sooner or later, everybody moves on. That's true in every walk of life and it's no less so with players in the NHL or for those of us who make a living reporting about them.

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Trade possibilities and Jacques out for year

Jason Gregor
February 27 2010 06:28PM

The NHL trade freeze will end at midnight tomorrow, and with two weeks void of games many GMs have had time to focus in on their respect team's weaknesses and look at which players could possibly help fill those holes. Will Ethan Moreau fit into a hole on another team’s roster? I’d say yes.

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OCC15: MAD PROPS

Wanye
February 26 2010 08:11PM

You: "Oh hey Wanye, thanks so much for writing Olympic updates like you said you would. We have really enjoyed the nine day gap with no articles ya fall down."

WG: "Thing is, last time we wrote the Canadians lost to the US. We since have come to believe that no OGDBs are good luck for the Canadian team which must come first at all times."

You: "If that's the case, why are you writing today?"

WG: "To give the Women's Team mad props and unveil a cool new feature for the site. Ok?"

You: (shamed silence)

WG: (crosses arms, smiles in smug victory)

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OGDB Semifinal: Bratislavan Brawl

Jason Gregor
February 26 2010 11:37AM

After crushing Russia on Wednesday, Canada faces an energetic and gutsy Slovakian team with excellent goaltending from Montreal Canadien Jaroslav Halak. But who else is on this team?

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