WMR: NHL Thoughts

It is back. I have to be at work to open Wednesday mornings, which consists of unlocking the building, setting a few things up, and then 3 hours of essentially nothing.  To fill the void, I came up with the concept of Wednesday Morning Ramblings.  I’ll give you a little rant, you give me the same passive indifference I have known and loved for the past few years. Deal? Deal.

Today, I have a lot of random hockey thoughts and ramblings kicking around my head these days, but most of them fall somewhere short of ‘entire column’ status, but they deserve to get out there none the less. Continue reading

Looking Forward to 24/7

This surfaced this weekend, after HBO aired a sneak peak of their 24/7: Road to the Winter Classic.  The thirteen minutes are very much a preview, rather than a mini-episode.  There isn’t anything in the way of behind the scenes footage, and the interviews are more about what the boys are expecting from the 24/7 and Winter Classic Experience than anything else, but it is certainly worth watching, so take a look above.

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FREE STAMKOS! Or, Killing the 1-3-1 (AKA Occupy the Neutral Zone)

The Lightning have an exciting team, but as the Flyers made abundantly clear last night, the 1-3-1 employed by Guy Boucher is killing their entertainment value and making the game less fun.  Last night was a bit insane, but there is a pretty simple solution.  Jackson Morgus breaks down what we saw, and offers a solution for what we can do to make one of the most skilled teams in the league exciting again.

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WMR: Retweet Me, #BRO

That stupid little bird is the worst logo ever.

It is back. I have to be at work to open Wednesday mornings, which consists of unlocking the building, setting a few things up, and then 3 hours of essentially nothing.  To fill the void, I came up with the concept of Wednesday Morning Ramblings.  I’ll give you a little rant, you give me the same passive indifference I have known and loved for the past few years. Deal? Deal.

Today, it is Twitter, and the influx of people I actually know on the increasingly social medium.

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