November 27th, 2007

Tuesday’s Blogging Roundup

A little heads up for today’s roundup. Since this is my first roundup of the week, a few links might be to articles from yesterday. If you’ve seen them, forgive me, and if not, they’re here because they’re of interest, so check them out.

First and foremost, I offer my heartfelt condolences to the family, friends, and teammates of Redskins safety Sean Taylor. Choosing to become a Redskins fan only this season, I knew little of Taylor besides his renown as a stellar and punishing safety. For in-depth looks at Sean Taylor, check out:

Jason La Canfora at Redskins Insider for updates throughout the day
Redskins.com

Yahoo Sports
SI’s Dave Zerin
Baltimore Sun

Over at Capitals Insider Tarik shares some great quotes he’s gotten already from Bruce “Gabby” Boudreau, including my personal favorite;

I always [say] there’s a [thin] line between a rut and a groove. They’re both the same things, but they both mean the opposite things. You can be in a rut and nothing’s going right, then all of a sudden it turns into a groove.

What a line. If he can put up a good enough record in the next several games, I’d like to see “interim” taken off his job title.

Mike Vogel over at Dump ‘n Chase had an interview of his own with Gabby, and it shows some insight into how Bruce wants to run the team.

There are a lot of coaches who wouldn

Leave a Reply

Spam Protection by WP-SpamFree

November 13th, 2007

Tuesday’s Blogging Roundup

Today finds most of us coming off quite a Hockey Hall of Fame induction weekend, which means a handful of excellent posts concerning it. We’ll start off with OFB’s pucksandbooks, whose summary of the importance of a hockey family is more dead on than any Ray Bourque shot in the accuracy section of the NHL Skills Competition.

Becoming a hockey player is rarely a fleeting, half-hearted venture. Perhaps that

Leave a Reply

Spam Protection by WP-SpamFree

November 6th, 2007

Tuesday’s Blogging Roundup

Most of the news here concerns the poor showing the Caps had not only last night, but for much of the season. The blame can be put on any number of people or things. Notes pucksandbooks at OFB,

“Donald Brashear

Leave a Reply

Spam Protection by WP-SpamFree