Tag Archives: NHL Lockout

All Apologies

I’m sorry baby. I know I said I didn’t need you. I know I said that I’d find someone else to replace you and never look back. I know I taunted you when I’d found that someone who was a … Continue reading

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October or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Lockout

Normally, the threat of an NHL lockout is one of the worst things a hockey fan can endure. There have now been four work stoppages in my lifetime, and although I was too young to understand and appreciate the first … Continue reading

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The Gods Have Spoken

I’m slowly approaching three years abroad now, as well as four of the last five years outside of Canada. While amazing in so many regards, living abroad can be difficult for a Canadian hockey fan. I love the game of … Continue reading

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