Found November 29, 2012 on
Days of Y'Orr:
How stereotypical of me. Anywho, one of my fabulous Twitter followers posted this (even though she's a Habs fan). Mark Recchi was inducted into the Hall of Fame! Oh wait, hold on, it's the National Italian-American sports Hall of Fame. Whatever, Recchi deserves it because Recchi is a ******* boss.
A real Italian-American BAWSS!
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The NHL lockout seems to be dragging on and on and the end doesn’t appear to be in sight. Commissioner Gary Bettman is usually the target for both players and fans voicing their displeasure with the lockout. However, Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs has seemed to come across as worse than Bettman and making it [...]
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This is one of the stories that emerged today... Apparently, one of the Winnipeg Jets one of the alternative governors of the Winnipeg Jets spoke out of turn and Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs put him back in his place.
Joe Haggerty; CSNNE --- Winnipeg Jets representation at a recent NHL Board of Governors meeting piped up to say...