Apr 04

OK…I was in Virginia this weekend when inspiration struck

Sometimes the light bulb does go off… I was in Gloucester, Virginia this weekend attending a Daffodil Festival.

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Apr 04

BYRD BACK IN TOWN…..

ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS…..GO SABRES….

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Mar 31

Off to the Broadway Market this morning to help start the Easter THANG!….

After that, I am outta da B-lo for the weekend!!!!!!! I will be back Monday sometime…. Peace & Love to all who make to my cyber-home this wekend…. :-) – – – – – – – Need a HOCKEY PLAYOFF FIX? Check out Tedddddy Nolan and the Moncton Wildcats this weekend by audio or video on the web….games tonight and tomorrow…

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Mar 30

Buffalo Sabres End Losing Streak and Defeat the Boston Bruins 4-3 (BfloBlog.com)

After compiling an 0-5-1 record in their last six games the Buffalo Sabres finally broke their winless streak with a victory over the visiting Boston Bruins. During the Sabres six game skid four main things were missing from their game; Tim Connolly, Jochen Hecht, power play production, and team defense. Two of those four were present tonight as Tim Connolly returned to the ice and the power play won the game in the third period. The impact that Connolly had in his first game back cannot be overstated. Connolly was on a line with Daniel Briere and JP Dumont and that line was on fire tonight. Those three players combined for seven points in the game and numerous scoring chances. Connolly was definitely not eased back into the lineup by head coach Lindy Ruff either. He logged 18:41 of ice time during 21 shifts and saw time on both special teams units. Ruff joked after the game that he didn

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Mar 30

Ted Nolan & Moncton Wildcats update: Wildcats show no mercy

Moncton grabs 2-1 series lead with impressive 10-4 triumph over Victoriaville Tigres; Game 4 goes tonight. On the scale for weirdness, give this one the maximum 10 rating. The Moncton Wildcats more than tripled their opponent in shots, but were still forced to rally from three deficits for a 10-4 win over the Victoriaville Tigres in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoff action last night in front of 4,070 fans at the Moncton Coliseum. The Wildcats grabbed a 2-1 lead in the opening round best-of-seven series. The showdown continues with games tonight and Friday at 7 p.m. at the Moncton Coliseum. [read full story]

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