Tuesday’s Titilating Headlines

BallHype: hype it up!

Time for the headlines of Tuesday and the nice thing is we are at the end of March….April means playoff hockey eventually. Everyone is obviously looking forward to that. Headline time!!!

Tuesday’s Titilating Headlines



Speaking of sex appeal…..Kevin from BMR recently got to interview Carrie Milbank from “The Hockey Show”. All I can say is you lucky dog…Kev!!! (BMR)

More celebrity stuff….this time from a marketing standpoint. PM wrote a great piece on this and really is something maybe Mr. Bettman could read. (PuckMoney)

If you want to place some bling on the Wild-Canucks game…this may help. (Point Spreads)

Ray Bourque’s son decides to not go to UNH after all. All the details here…. (View From My Seats)

Rob Ray had one of those oopsie moments that always happens in one’s career. (YouTube via Nat. Post)

For real upset action….the Frozen Four is where it was and is at….sorry NCAA. (Finding Dulcinea)

Another week of power rankings from TPS…..always a solid read…when crunching. (TPS)

Michael Nylander is sadly the square peg trying to fit in the round hole in WSH. (Capitals Kremlin)

Christmas In March? If you read Nucks Misconduct…then yes I guess it is! (Nucks Misconduct)

The Hawks and Habs preview has shaped up into the who has it worse arguement. (Second City Hockey)

Are the Blue Jackets reminding people of the 2007 Cleveland Browns? Could be! (WFNY)

The evolution of Martin Brodeur…as told through the eyes of BP. God help us all! (Bangin Panger)

Ty Conklin is in for Detroit Thursday but Brian Rafalski is out. Read on for more! (On The Wings Blog)

The Chowdah tells us Patrice Bergeron is up for Masterton…good news for Patrice! (Stanley Cup Of Chowder)

Slap Shot son signs an NHL deal…..now that is some fame if you ask me!!! (Fanhouse)

The real story of Bill Masterton….just to remind us a little more what the award’s about. (Eyes On The Prize)


Video time….

I let the Ranger fan have his due here…

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