Morning Free Association: June 7, 2018

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Last week, TSN had a week long examination of the concussion lawsuit being filed against the NHL. There have been many depositions given by all sorts of hockey ops personnel, many of which are known names but only a handful of owners. Unfortunately, one of the owners is the longtime owner of the Boston Bruins, Jeremy Jacobs. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: That Long UFA/ RFA Talk We’ve Been Wanting to Have

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Don Sweeney has a lot of things to juggle right now: the 2018 NHL Entry Draft, unrestricted free agents, laughing at how Garth Snow got canned by Lou Lamoriello, Twitter burner accounts, disenfranchised players whose NHL rights he controls, and restricted free agents. Like I said, that’s a lot. Today, we’re going to take a look at a few of these things. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Chara Goes to Harvard

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Remember this from last week?

Well it turns out, there’s a special class being held at Harvard University for athletes. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Go Away Monday, I’m Tired

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I should really learn by now that writing anything at 11pm or later at night is going to be a dumb idea. I’ve simply reached a state in which I have become too tired to do any mental lifting at the time of the night. What I will leave for you this morning is this: Vegas needs to win tonight. I don’t care if they’re playing in Washington, the Caps have been vulnerable at times at home this playoff season. Please capitalize on this Vegas!

Morning Free Association: Adios! and Other News

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Yesterday, Bruins GM Don Sweeney addressed the media regarding the status of some players within the organization this season, this season which is still totally happening despite the Bruins being knocked out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs by those rats the Tampa Bay Lightning. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Knights Fall

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Last night in Las Vegas, the knights tried to fortify their series lead of one game with another win. Things did not go so smoothly for them. Continue reading