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Multiple media sources report lockout is over… tentative deal reached between NHL and NHLPA

By , January 6, 2013 3:17 am


Can’t say I am too excited about it. Both sides annoyed me over this, but lots of tweets right now saying the NHL and NHLPA have reached a tentative agreement. Still some things to work out, but that will happen soon enough. It’s 5AM out east and they’re still talking.

Bob McKenzie ‏@TSNBobMcKenzie
So that’s it, tenative deal is done. Sunday Jan 6.

Daren Millard ‏@darenmillard
Lockout is over!!!! Done!

Pierre LeBrun ‏@Real_ESPNLeBrun
A tentative agreement has been reached between NHL and NHLPA – source

Nick Kypreos ‏@RealKyper
Sportsnet learned 64.3m final cap hit.

Nick Kypreos ‏@RealKyper
#NHLPA #NHL working on trying to resolve remaining issues. As said on @Sportsnet few remaining matters. All intertwined. Sides still at it.

Elliotte Friedman ‏@FriedgeHNIC
Two sides settled on contract lengths of 7 years (other free agents), 8 (your own).

Nick Kypreos ‏@RealKyper
Sportsnet learned length of #CBA 10 w opt out at 8 yrs.

Michael Russo ‏@Russostrib
10-year deal with eight mutual opt-out, $64.3 M 2013-14 cap, 7-year max contracts (8 for own players); believe 2 compliance buyouts

Question 1: why am I still up?
Question 2:


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Oilers 2, Sharks 3 – Game 32 – 2011-12-17 @ 8 PM MST – CBC

By , December 17, 2011 5:08 pm
-={ Puttin’ On The Foil Presents… }=-
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14-14-3 Record 16-10-3
Location: Not here
Date: December 17, 2011 @ 8 MST
TV: CBC

PRE-GAME RANT

Everyone be busy, here is gameday post. Lets not have the Oilers suck tonight.

OILERS LINES

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World Junior Hockey Championships Stage Set

By , January 2, 2011 9:44 pm

2011 WJHC Semi-final games have been decided..

2011 WJHC Semi-final games have been decided..


The teams advancing to the semi-final have been set.

Russia will first face Sweden on Monday at 1:30PM MST. Canada will then face the USA (also on Monday) at 5:30PM MST. The winners of the games will face each other for the gold, while the losers will play for the bronze. Both final games will take place on Wednesday. The bronze medal game will take place at 1:30PM MST, and the gold medal game will take place at 5:30PM MST.

All games should be available on TSN in Canada. The USA games are apparently going to play on the NHL Network for American viewers.

You want a shot at the title?

By , September 13, 2010 9:06 am
The belt actually looks more like Hulk's fluffy sash thing..

The belt actually looks more like Hulk's fluffy sash thing..

The 2nd annual Putting On The Foil pool is about to kick off, folks. Spots are limited (12… 14?). Anyone is welcome to join, although because I like to know whose ass I’m kicking, slight priority will be given to regulars of the foil and people who were in last year’s pool. But don’t let that deter you from signing up though, if you are a lurker.

Gr8one did a fantastic job of organizing it last year, and has volunteered (or been voluntold?) to do it again this year. Thanks, gr8one! If it’s similar to last years, expect it to be a Yahoo pool involving a draft. Once the season kicks off, you’ll have to set your lineups for games each night. Sounds like a lot of work, but you can do it all a bit in advance. My recommendation is to pick one night a week, do the whole week at once, and then tweak your lineup as needed each night. You will be able to perform trades with other GMs as well as waive and pick up players on waivers. Last year was a lot of fun, but more so for me, and not for all you sissies that lost. *flexxx*

Soo, how do you join?

Well, feel free to post a comment in here if you like, but to join:

Send an e-mail to contact@puttingonthefoil.com (<- click link) with your screen name on Putting on the Foil and stating that you would like to join the pool (both are important) and I will then forward it off to gr8one. Simple as that. Some of you have expressed interest in other threads, but I need an e-mail from you because that e-mail address will be what gr8one uses for his invites.

2010 Olympic Hockey Primer

By , February 14, 2010 4:41 pm
Olympic Primer... OK, lame joke..

Olympic Primer... OK, lame joke..

Here’s a few bits of information you’ll need to know about this year’s Olympic Hockey games.

For starters, we already covered the Olympic hockey roster for the major teams. Those are available here: 2010 Olympic Hockey Rosters.

Here is some more info useful to you folks…

GROUPINGS

Group A Group B Group C
CAN CAN RUS RUS SWE SWE
USA USA CZE CZE FIN FIN
SUI SUI SVK SVK BLR BLR
NOR NOR LAT LAT GER GER

SCHEDULING

Note: These times are local times – as in PST (if you live in Edmonton, add an hour to the time). For MST, add one hour, CST add 2 hours, EST, add 3 hours. For anywhere else, follow this simple equation: # of hours to add = the product of all letters in your countries name (where A=1,… Z=26, etc), divided by the population of your country, multiplied by 23/9, minus the sum of the last 10 Lotto 6/49 draws.

Preliminary Round

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