Back in October I blogged about the amazing start to the Montreal Canadiens season: eight wins in eight games. That had never happened, even during the dynasty years. Things looked promising. Then […]
We just watched Canada beat Russia to win the World Juniors. It was tense. But buying those tickets a year ago seems very, very worth it now.
On Wednesday Nellie and I rushed out of work (early; it was New Year’s Eve, after all) to come home, pick up our stuff, collect a couple of friends, and start driving […]
Yesterday was our 11th anniversary. We spent it watching hockey. That’s how cool my wife is. After we watched Sweden smoke Denmark (accompanied by two hours of loud, drunk commentary by the […]
It’s an annual Christmastime tradition to me, watching the World Junior hockey tournament. Since this year’s tournament is being split between Toronto and Montreal we bought four ticket packages — two […]
.:. Cover photo by Professor Andy Miah, used under Creative Commons license
This day twenty years ago was one of the happiest of my life. I watched my Montreal Canadiens defeat the Los Angeles Kings 4-1 to win the Stanley Cup in […]