"He's one of the better defensemen in the league still... It's trying to find the right fit, cap-wise and with term. ... Once we get more into it, we'll find out if we can make a fit."
Check out the weather in PGH on Christmas Day in the past 10 years.(highs and precipitation)
2009: 45 degrees, .7 inches of rain
2008: 37 degrees
2007: 45 degrees .7 inches of rain
2006: 47 degrees, .36 inches of rain
2005: 40 degrees, .08 inches of rain
2004: 22 degrees
2003: 30 degrees, .01 inches of rain, .5 inches of snow
2002: 35 degrees, .38 inches of precipitation
2001: 24 degrees
2000: 17 degrees
And then take that and look a week later, New Year's Day.
2010: 34 degrees, .4 inches of snow, .02 inches of rain
2009: 29 degrees
2008: 40 degrees, .4 inches of snow, .04 inches of rain
2007: 56 degrees
2006: 40 degrees
2005: 53 degrees
2004: 47 degrees, .01 inches of rain
2003: 42 degrees, 1.22 inches of rain
2002: 23 degrees
2001: 25 degrees
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He's banged out beastly Homer-esque comments with a high level of consistency.
The ice has melted at the Igloo for the last time. The banners have been taken down, ready to be moved across the street. The Blackhawks have clinched the Western Conference and the Hossa jokes are already old. The only thing more nauseating is the thought of the Philadelphia Flyers lifting the Cup. To top it off, local Pittsburgh sports media are doing their best to crap all over your summer.
It’s been the Offseason of Suck so far here, so we’re gonna shake things up a little bit this week. I’m enlisting the help of fellow c-blogger Raybin and we spent some time over the last several days playing Ray Shero. We tried to have some fun with this, but wanted to be at least somewhat realistic, too. What you’ll read below are our “discussions”…