Cup Finale Leads to Bonanza of Cross-Sport Gestures

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With the deciding game of the Stanley Cup Final(s) taking place in Boston last night, it turned out to be a very good day for cross-sport promotions, beginning with the scoreboard on Fenway Park’s Green Monster (shown above), which spelled out a nice “We Want the . . . → Read More: Cup Finale Leads to Bonanza of Cross-Sport Gestures

Idiocracy Beckons: Blues Put Corporate Ad in Anthem Color Guard

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We have a lot of content today, kids, beginning with a nauseating spectacle that took place in St. Louis prior to Game Three of the Stanley Cup Final(s) on Saturday night (I didn’t learn about it until Sunday, which is why I’m writing about it today), as . . . → Read More: Idiocracy Beckons: Blues Put Corporate Ad in Anthem Color Guard

He Shoots, He Scores: The Legend of Taro Tsujimoto

[Editor’s Note: Today we have a guest entry from Peter J. Romano, who has a fun NHL story to share. — PL]

By Peter J. Romano

When I was growing up and attending Buffalo Sabres games in the late 1980s, I’d sometimes see fans wearing jerseys with “Tsujimoto” on the back. There were also . . . → Read More: He Shoots, He Scores: The Legend of Taro Tsujimoto

Whalers Make Long-Awaited Return to New England

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Twenty-two years after they left, the Hartford Whalers finally returned to New England last night — sort of.

That wasn’t really the Whalers facing off against the Bruins last night in Boston, of course. It was the Hurricanes, wearing their much-discussed Whalers throwbacks. And since those throwbacks . . . → Read More: Whalers Make Long-Awaited Return to New England