• Category: NHL Atlantic Division

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    Is Mario Lemieux really a Ringmaster?

    A few weeks ago I wrote about the circus coming to Pittsburgh. Well it seems it has come back… or maybe never left. On Friday the Penguins annou...
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    The 185 #12: … with John Poulter

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    Remembering a Hockey Legend; Tim Horton

    No matter how old we are, no matter what country we grew up in or in what country we now live, no matter our race, no matter our gender or our interes...
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    The Columbus Blue Jackets are Finally Contenders

    I’m going to admit it right off the bat, I don’t know much about hockey. As you may know, or may not know, I love playoff hockey. The atmosphere i...
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    Five Things We Know After the First NHL Weekend

    After a 119-day lockout, the puck finally dropped on Saturday. Here are five observations after the first long weekend of hockey: 1. We don’t kn...
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    Five Story Lines that Would Bring Back NHL Fans

    The NHL finally drops the puck this Saturday.  Hardcore hockey fans (myself included) are already frothing at the mouth at the return of the NHL.  W...
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    Finally, pucks will drop in the NHL on Saturday!

    It has been a long and frustrating few months for NHL fans.  This coming Saturday, January 19th, the frustration will end.  I’m sure for most fans...
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    The Aesthetics of Sports

    This story begins with an email from Damien Bowman, an editor and all around fancy guy here at More Than A Fan. Damien is putting together a More Than...
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    The Stanley Cup Playoffs and Me: An Enduring Love Story

    My relationship with the NHL Playoffs began in my youth about age 10 to 12. My mom and I would sit on summer nights and watch the mighty New Jersey De...
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    Quick Was Great, But Lundqvist Was Better

    by Ryan Isley As the NHL playoffs have gotten underway, it is evident that we are going to see some great games by the goaltenders as usual. Most time...
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    Is Henrik Lundqvist the LeBron James of the NHL Playoffs?

    by Ryan Isley They are two players in two different sports, who come from vastly different backgrounds - one born in Are, Sweden while the other wa...