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Early this month I blogged there might be some faint light glimmering in the dark tunnel of this fall’s National Hockey League’s lock-out. But no, not so fast! While more talks did take place, they didn’t seem to produce...
The New York Rangers and the Ottawa Senators split 2 games at Madsion Square Garden in the first-round Eastern Conference series this past week. It all comes Ottawa’s Scotiabank Place for game 3 tonight. And media reports, like this article...
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by Todd Moe
Canton, NY, Nov 12, 2009 — Bob McKenzie is the NHL analyst for the cable sports network, TSN and one of the most well-known hockey personalities in North America. His oldest son, Michael, is a senior forward on the St. Lawrence men's team. McKenzie has profiled his dedication to the game and his passion for his family in a new book, "Hockey Dad: True Confessions of a (Crazy?) Hockey Parent". He told Todd Moe that it's a slice of life of minor hockey culture. Bob McKenzie will sign copies of his book at the Brewer Bookstore from 1:00 to 3:00 on Saturday. Go to full article
Sep 05, 2008 — Yesterday was a big sports day for Ogdensburg. Native son and professional hockey player Jimmy Howard brought the Stanley Cup home. Howard played goalie for four games for the Detroit Red Wings during their championship campaign last year. David Sommerstein was at Howard's alma mater when the trophy arrived and sent this audio postcard. Go to full article
Sep 05, 2008 — Our Stanley Cup coverage isn't quite finished. One man is tasked with the responsibility of travelling around the world with the Cup, keeping it from harm's way - like the trophy's own secret service. Of course, that man was in Ogdensburg yesterday, and he's today's Heard Up North. Go to full article
Mar 14, 2008 — The women's college hockey season heads into the postseason this weekend, with the country's top teams competing for berths in the Frozen Four. Once again, St. Lawrence University is chasing a national championship. With just two thousand students, St. Lawrence has found a way to compete head-to-head with Ivy League schools, and with big state programs like Wisconsin and Minnesota. But as Brian Mann reports, St. Lawrence is under pressure this season to prove that they can win the big games. Go to full article
May 28, 2007 — The puck drops at 8 tonight. The best in the East will meet the best in the West, as the Ottawa Senators open against the Anaheim Ducks in California. The two young teams are both seeking their first Stanley Cup victory. In Ottawa last week, fans camped out for days to buy home-arena tickets, which sold out in just four minutes. Thursday, thousands took over Festival Plaza at City Hall for a downtown lunchtime rally. Lucy Martin joined the jubilant crowd. Go to full article
May 14, 2007 — The Ottawa Senators have turned the tables on their division rival and longtime playoff nemesis, the Buffalo Sabres. The Senators returned home with a 2-to-0 lead in the Eastern Conference finals after a gutty 4-3 double-overtime victory at Buffalo on Saturday. That puts Ottawa in a prime position to erase the lingering memories of being eliminated by Buffalo in its three previous playoff meetings, including a second-round loss last year. The excitement's growing in Ottawa. Even at a country church's plant and bake sale, Lucy Martin had no trouble finding high hopes for the ultimate goal: the Stanley Cup. Go to full article
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May 14, 2007 — With Buffalo down 0-2 in the Sabres' series with the Senators, Sabres fans are getting desperate. But the results haven't gotten a group of children from a Buffalo charter school down. They've written rhymes about their favorite players, like captain Chris Drury, center Derek Roy, and goalie Ryan Miller. Eileen Buckley from public radio station WBFO in Buffalo sent us some hocker fever... Go to full article
Mar 19, 2007 — This weekend was the best of times and the worst of times for North Country hockey fans. The Plattsburgh State women's Cardinals won the Division 3 NCAA tournament on their home ice at Stafford Arena. They beat Middlebury two goals to one to cap an undefeated season. The story wasn't so bright for St. Lawrence University. On Friday afternoon, the men's and the women's teams were playing at the exact same time with the exact same results. The men's Saint's lost four goals to zero in an upset loss to Quinnippiac at the ECAC tournament in Albany. They went on to beat Darmouth for third place. The women's Saints also lost four goals to zero, facing the Wisconsin Badgers in the semifinals at the Frozen Four tournament in Lake Placid. That defeat that eliminated them from the tournament. As Brian Mann reports, the powerhouse Wisconsin team went on to claim the national championship for a second year in a row. Go to full article
Mar 16, 2007 — The St. Lawrence University women's hockey team will get a second chance tonight against the number-one ranked Wisconsin Badgers. Last year, the Badgers edged the Saints in the semifinals of the Frozen Four championship. The Wisconsin squad went on to win the national title. This year, the tournament comes to Lake Placid. As Brian Mann reports, both teams say the rematch will be a major showdown. Go to full article