Archives for: February 2009
It's been interesting watching the OHL standings of late. I'm a nerd for admitting this but the races in both the Eastern and Western Conferences have been fascinating to track.
The blog posting regarding the Brampton Battalion and South Asian community garnered some excellent feedback -- most interestingly from the Battalion themselves.
Watching the Leafs game on Saturday night when they cut to a shot of Parminder Singh and Harnarayan Singh, the Punjabi broadcasting duo calling the NHL game.
Back in town after a rather eventful trip to visit Grandma Murphy in Mountain Top, PA. It was eventful because the Mets Fan’s cousins – Jen and Steph -- also came up to the house from New York, bringing three of their four dogs, one of which was a Neapolitan Mastiff named Tarkus.
It only took the OHL a week to finally hand out the suspensions to Kitchener Rangers forward Mike Mascioli and London Knights forward Zac Rinaldo for separate incidents involving both players on Feb 13.
One of my favourite 19th century writers, the great gadabout Oscar Wilde, once said: "there is only one thing in life worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about."
It's bad news for Ottawa 67's defenceman Tyler Cuma, who will undergo season ending knee surgery today in Minnesota.
Just put a pumpkin pie in the oven. It's a new recipe courtesy of Cook's Illustrated magazine. While it's hopefully baking to perfection, I thought I'd throw together something on last night's Majors-Petes game at the Hersey Centre.
It funny how there are countless stories about how unsuspecting regular joe-types are called into goaltending duty.
Reading this morning's story in the Whig Standard about the Kingston Frontenacs and their meeting with city council last night left me confused.