Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Tuesday Miscellany

For all the latest from Rookie Camp, be sure to check the "What We're Reading" sidebar often during the day, as it'll be current with the great work being done by Vogs, Tarik, Corey and your favorite Caps bloggers (provided that I'm not one of 'em). But from me today you get a link dump (and a Thrashers preview later):

Tuvanhillbilly has translated a Sport-Express interview with Simeon Varlamov that should put to rest any immediate KHL worries.... Some 14-year-old prodigy out in Seattle digs Alex Ovechkin.... Sergei Fedorov, Eric Fehr and Mike Green - what's not to love?... Scott Burnside has questions, we have answers: Yes, Yes, Yes, Anywhere, Yes and Just Watch.... To hell with saving the Bay, it's time to rock the weagle.... Darren Eliot continues to show he's a believer.... Finally, to some this probably reads as somewhat heartbreaking, but I find it to be quite heartwarming. Group hug.

4 comments:

Mirabella said...

That Varlamov interview was adorable. After reading that and Vogel's Day Two report I am so proud of Ovie! Is this guy the Rock of the Franchise or what? If I'm McPhee (and Uncle Ted) I am saying prayers of thanks to the hockey gods nightly for delivering such a complete package. He can't wait for hockey. He loves it. He skates with the rooks, he takes care of the rooks, he feeds the rooks, he teaches them English. At 22 years old he is Papa Ovie. If I am Clarkie I decline the "C" in favor of the Man. What a privilege for us to have Ovie. Lord love him! I sure do.

Brian said...

Remind me next year and I'll let you know if Connor Sanvido turns into Little Ovie.

MacVechkin, fka JR said...

Can Eric Fehr become a top 6 forward if enough of us simply will it into happening?

norske said...

Wait a minute. Olie Kolzig got tossed out on his ear? News to me. I seem to remember him getting pissed off and announcing he was leaving. Even if his anger was justified (which I don't really believe), that's not the same thing as being "tossed out on his ear."