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  2. "Hockey Night Heroes: Great Canadian Forwards". From nhl dot calm: Unveiling of the "Hockey Night Heroes: Great Canadian Forwards" stamps at the HHoF, 23/09/2016.
  3. It would be remiss on my part, as an OF-FI / Forum Resident / CPC Retiree, if I did not make this information available to those at LGW, who may be interested in this new collection of postage stamps being offered by the Canada Post Corporation. Link 1: the CBC Link 2: the CPC
  4. Sad news. I would see him do the sports on CITY-TV, Toronto ON and you knew that wasn't going to be his last job. I had forgotten that he was the original television play-by-playannouncer of the Raptors. The Saunders brothers: John and Bernie, Western Michigan University, 1976.
  5. This article, from the New York Times, might fit in quite nicely right about here (especially since Uncle Gary hates having to answer to a higher being than himself): N.H.L. Commissioner Gary Bettman Continues to Deny C.T.E. Link
  6. "Aislin" - Montréal Gazette.
  7. "Pascal" - Montréal Gazette.
  8. Theo Moudakis, Toronto Star.
  9. "Viva La Secret" by Tim Dolighan.
  10. "Aislin", Montréal Gazette; originally done in 2014.
  11. Time, once again, for the annual event.
  12. GDT

  13. GDT

    This deals with the completion of the game of 03/02 v. Tampa Bay. New Club record, Most Close-decision games (games decided by either 1 or 2 goals), first 50 games, Season: 43, breaking the old record by 3, set in 2008-09.
  14. It stinks. I was meandering on the site last night and couldn't find the "headphone icon" for radio coverage. Have they done away with free radio coverage? Maybe they've just hired someone who was fired from TSN. Or, someone related to Uncle Gary was just hired.
  15. GDT

    In the pre-game banter on The Ticket's radio coverage of the game, Ken Kal mentioned that Detroit had not lost in the new year, having a four-game winning streak. That piqued my curiosity as to what the record for the most wins to start a new year is. Heck, it's Wednesday; I even included Lockout seasons. So... That ties them for the second longest winning streak to start the new year, joining three other seasons with four. The Club Record: 6, 1972-73.