You may notice this site of late has been devoid of colorful photos like the one here, mostly because of the computer problems I’ve been contending with over the past few weeks.
Well, loyal readers, my computer is fixed, my cell phone battery has been replaced, and outside of the fact that I’m one of the few people who still uses a wooden hockey stick, I’ve returned completely to the 21st century.
So away we go.
*Never mind: Canada wins in the seventh round of shootouts. Bastards!*
“He should feel better about his game. But we have to keep expectations reasonable. He’s not going to be his brother. But he could be darn good valuable NHL player for this team,” Renney said.
I know where a lot of you stand on this, that the Rangers should be giving opportunities to prospects instead of someone like Hossa. The irony, though, is that Hossa is only 25, and Renney views the forward, along with the resurgent Petr Prucha, as part of the Rangers’ investment in young players.
OK, plenty more to discuss. I’m glad to be back full-service.