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Horton Hears A Boom

*picture taken by Todd Sharrock (@toddsharrock ) of the Columbus Blue Jackets Communications team.     Today the Columbus Blue Jackets signed free agent Nathan Horton to a seven year contract. In honor of his signing I took some liberties with Dr. Suess’ “Horton Hears A Who”.   Horton Hears A Boom   On the [...]

 
Rangers vs Bruins Conference Semifinals Preview

Mack: Unbiased First Paragraph and The Bruins Elaine: Mascot Fight and The Rangers The Bruins and Rangers are facing off in the playoffs for the first time in more than 40 years! Both original 6 teams have had considerable success in recent years, with Boston being the most recent Cup winner of the two. Boston had [...]

 
CTN's Stanley Cup playoffs predictions

Playoffs are finally here and of course it is time for a few of the Crashthenet.com’s team to do their fearless predictions. Agree? Disagree? Feel free to chirp away on here or if you want to beak the predictor just click their name to take you to their twitter page! WESTERN CONFERENCE       [...]

 
Jarome Iginla to Penguins

  UPDATE 2:00 AM ET: It’s pretty late here, so this  is definitely my last update of the night. I’d say you can disregard the main post below at this point.. I’m still shocked, and a little mad at what transpired tonight. I thought that the Boston deal was pretty bad, but this deal takes [...]

 
Kaspars Daugavins, the Shootout, Matt Kassian and Trade Rumors

Monday night the Ottawa Senators suffered a 3-2 loss in a shootout to the Boston Bruins. Kyle Turris and Guillame Latendresse notched the two goals for the Sens, both coming in the first period. Guillame Latendresse suffered a whiplash injury in the 6th game of the season and came back to score his first goal [...]

 

Hello there my beautiful Crash The Net groupies! I have decided to extend my Movember posts into the month of December or as my friend Tyler likes to call it “Decembeard”. Although the fundraising efforts of “Movember” are over as of tonight at midnight I feel there are still many stories that need to be [...]

 
Movember Salute To Saku Koivu

  At the beginning of the 2001-2002 season Saku Koivu boarded a plane and headed towards Montreal for the start of training camp. While on the flight Koivu began to have stomach pains. Shrugging the pain off he reported to practice where the symptoms became worse. Koivu talked to the team doctor and on September [...]

 
A Movember Salute To Phil Kessel

  Remember, Remember the fifth of Movember. For Phil Kessel Movember is more than mustaches and fundraisers. Movember is a reminder of his battle with cancer. During Kessel’s rookie year he was diagnosed with Testicular cancer. Most people would take a day off of work after finding out such stressful news. Phil Kessel did no [...]

 
Perception vs Reality

  Why is it that perception and reality rarely match up? I almost always perceive a situation as a more positive situation than the reality. For instance, I told myself there would be no lock out. I even went so far as to say the Chicago Cubs would win the World Series in 2013 if [...]

 
Never Have Forgotten and Never Will

11 years ago the perfect little bubble we all lived in was so rudely popped. Our lives were shaken to the core.  A little piece of us died with every plane crash that day. We lost friends, family, mentors, and heroes. Today we remember those who lost their lives in such a tragic way. Today [...]

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