Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Anybody still reading this thing? I'm sure Bucks fans will want to set straight's Pete McEntegart:

10 Spot reader Charlotte wonders if the Eagles' Super Bowl loss is at least partially responsible for Philadelphia's standing as the Most Depressed City in a new survey released by Men's Health. The list is compiled on the basis of antidepressant sales, suicide rates and the number of days inhabitants reported being depressed. Indeed, Charlotte may have a point. In addition to frustrated Eagles, Phillies and Sixers fans at No. 1, there's No. 2 Detroit (Lions and Tigers, oh my!), No. 3 St. Petersburg/No. 5 Tampa and No. 6 Indianapolis (can the Colts ever get over the playoff hump?). The sports explanation, though, falls apart when looking at the list of 20 happiest cities, which is topped by Laredo, Texas. Apparently the people in Laredo are still psyched by their streets.

Friday, April 08, 2005

Inside College Hockey's detailed Frozen Four coverage has been highly entertaining.

Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Hey, how 'bout some kudos to the CHL Board of Governor's for changing the first round to seven games? Though perhaps the Bucks and Thunder disagree right now!

Meanwhile, the Eagles and the Apes are chillin'. What a war the Northern Conference Final's gonna be. I may yet have to catch a game or two of that one if Delta's last-minute fares cooperate.

Monday, April 04, 2005

Ice Bat Chris Richards gets a little love from Inside College Hockey's Frozen Four Columbus Primer:

Value City Arena was opened for hockey in January, 1999, when the Buckeyes edged Michigan 1-0 on a third-period goal by Chris Richards (one of the most underrated CCHA players of that decade, by the way).

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