Archives for: July 2007
I debated posting about this Vancouver Sun editorial after it was emailed to me by a colleague. It was a tough decision.
On one hand, I think it’s important to realize that the feeble-minded are lurking among us. On the other hand, I wondered whether it’s wise to give their insular views additional attention.
Well, in terms of what's going on with Michael Vick, Barry Bonds and the NBA gambling scandal -- the Staal brothers, Jordan and Eric spending the night in the drunk tank is pretty tame.
It’s Monday and it’s already been a busy week for me.
I wrote a story about Minnesota Twins pitcher Pat Neshek for today’s paper, and it was a harrowing experience.
The Binghamton Senators have hired Cory Clouston as their new head coach. Clouston had been head coach of the Kootenay Ice for the past five seasons and was named WHL coach of the year in 2006-07 -- his second time winning the award.
The credit card fraud case involving former NHL agent David Frost has been postponed until Aug. 27, 2007.
The New Jersey Devils have called a press conference for Friday where they will make a "major announcement".
There was an interesting story on The Brampton News website this week about the relocation of the Mississauga IceDogs to St. Catharines and how that would relate to their Peel-based rivals, the Brampton Battalion.
Pittsburgh Penguins forward Maxime Talbot will be participating in the 2007 World Series of Poker.
The 23-year-old won his entry into the $10,000 (U.S.) event by winning an NHL charity tournament broadcast on TV.