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June 8, 2010

"Where is Ted Nolan?" we often are asked here at  Well, Ted is still alive in the the hockey world, having just finished his first year as Vice-President of Hockey Operations for the Rochester Americans.  From the Amerk's web site:

Congratulations on a successful first season, Ted!

May 25, 2010

The 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Finals – Indian Head Logo or Indian on the Ice

As we get set for the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals

Arron Asham fights for the puck in the regular season
to begin with the heavily favored Chicago Blackhawks facing the surging Philadelphia Flyers, Native people will have a choice to make.  Will it be the Indian on the jersey, or the Indian IN the jersey? 

The Blackhawks are an “Original Six” team, sporting a rich history that includes the first player of native descent, Fred Sasakamoose, and a glorious team logo. 

Philadelphia is the team featuring Portage la Prairie’s favorite son, Aaron Asham. 

Of Metis descent, Asham has been a positive force in the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs, scoring timely goals and eating up plenty of ice time in key situations.  Full Story

May 17, 2010

Asham, Carey bring Native Presence to Eastern Finals 

After punching their playoff ticket on the last game of the NHL season, in a shootout victory over the New York Rangers, the Philadelphia Flyers now find themselves in the Eastern Conference finals  against the Montreal Canadians.  Native hockey is well represented in this big series matchup, with Carey Price in Montreal and Arron Asham suiting up for the Flyers.  Native hockey legend Craig Berube is also involved, with the former Flyer now serving as an assistant coach in Philadelphia. Full Story


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