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  1. East: 30 cheesy songs for 30 teams

    Paul Grant

    Hair bands and hockey hair: a marriage made in heaven. We're dropping the needle on 30 songs that say something about each of the 30 teams, using nothing but cheesy videos from the 1980s. The Eastern Conference list is below -- feel free to mullet ov...

    Blog | August 01, 2014
  2. NHL -- 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs: Heroes, villains and goats of t...

    Paul Grant

    All the excitement in the postseason so far has given us plenty of heroes, villains and goats, writes's Paul Grant.

    Story | Conversation | May 10, 2014
  3. Prime candidates: Nicklas Lidstrom vs. Zdeno Chara

    Paul Grant

    With all these comparisons flying around, this week we're going to cut through the crud and make a call. Given two players, one active and one retired, in their primes, who would be better? And the best part is that you, the reader, get the final wor...

    Blog | August 08, 2013
  4. Summer wonder: Around the league

    Paul Grant

    Let's end this week of questions with a lightning round, and that's not a reference to the team based in Tampa. Here we go. Give us your biggest question for 2013-14 in the comments section. Daniel Alfredsson in Detroit: Does Alfredsson, 40, have ...

    Blog | August 02, 2013
  5. What you need to know: Day 3

    Paul Grant

    --Seriously, what's with the fights off the opening faceoff? The Red Wings and Blue Jackets were the latest to have glove-dropping (Lightning-Islanders and Penguins-Rangers were the others), with Jordin Tootoo and Jared Boll going at it three seconds...

    Blog | January 21, 2013
  6. Morning Links: Laraque in, Danton not so much

    Paul Grant

    Former tough guy Georges Laraque, who last played for the Montreal Canadiens, was named Tuesday as the executive director of the new Canadian Hockey League Players Association, according to Canada's Globe and Mail. The union has yet to be certified b...

    Blog | August 22, 2012
  7. Things to know from Sunday's games

    Paul Grant

    Flyers-Penguins series: The Flyers were decidedly better -- the 5-1-in-Game-6 kind of better. That's what you need to know. They will keep playing, the Penguins go home. Also worth knowing: Claude Giroux earned first-round Conn Smythe honors. Brui...

    Blog | April 22, 2012
  8. Projected second-round matchups

    Paul Grant

    Just throwing this out there. Projected second-round matchups, if all the series continue as they have begun, listed with seeds: Eastern Conference (If Rangers win their series) 1. Rangers vs. 5. Flyers 2. Bruins vs. 3. Panthers (If Senat...

    Blog | April 19, 2012
  9. Things to know from Thursday's games

    Paul Grant

    Oh, this is why we traded for that guy: Martin Havlat missed half the season after coming over last summer in a trade from Minnesota. It's not a deal (for Dany Heatley) that paid dividends early on for the Sharks. But with 28 points in his last 26 pl...

    Blog | April 13, 2012
  10. Case of the Mondays: March 24-25

    Paul Grant

    We watch the games, so you don't have to. And then we write stuff down about them. So you don't have to. Sunday --Alex Ovechkin tapes his stick one strand at a time, like the rest of us. He has scored nine goals in his last seven games and dates ...

    Blog | March 26, 2012
  11. Case of the Mondays: March 17-18

    Paul Grant

    If you spent too much time celebrating St. Patrick's Day or cursing your bracket, that's OK. We forgive you. Just don't let it happen again. Here's what you missed in the NHL over the weekend: Sunday -- That Scott Hartnell did something annoying ...

    Blog | March 19, 2012
  12. Case of the Mondays: March 3-4

    Paul Grant

    What you missed in hot NHL action this weekend. Is it me, or does it feel like the playoffs in here?: SUNDAY --The Bruins and the Rangers just flat-out don't like each other. The Rangers won this matchup yet again, beating the Bruins in the alley...

    Blog | March 05, 2012
  13. Case of the Mondays: Feb. 11-12 wrap

    Paul Grant

    Here's all you need to know about the weekend's action without having to watch the pesky games. It's like CliffsNotes/Coles Notes without the gaudy bee stripes. SUNDAY --The Red Wings tied the record for most consecutive home wins, even without J...

    Blog | February 12, 2012