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LCS Hockey : Issue 110 : December 23, 1998


Hockey Over Time


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Damn He's Fast
Tony Amonte is amazing. Not only does he currently lead the NHL with 22 goals, he works hard, plays defense, takes the body, and skates really, really fast. Although, to be fair, our buddy ALF is speedy quick in his own right. Just look over there. In the time it took you to read this, ALF wrapped you a present. Thanks, ALF!
by Jim Iovino, Ace Reporter

Team Reports

Eastern Conference
Atlantic Division
New Jersey Devils
New York Islanders
New York Rangers
Philadelphia Flyers
Pittsburgh Penguins
Northeast Division
Boston Bruins
Buffalo Sabres
Montreal Canadiens
Ottawa Senators
Toronto Maple Leafs
Southeast Division
Carolina Hurricanes
Florida Panthers
Tampa Bay Lightning
Washington Capitals

Western Conference
Central Division
Chicago Blackhawks
Detroit Red Wings
Nashville Predators
St. Louis Blues
Northwest Division
Calgary Flames
Colorado Avalanche
Edmonton Oilers
Vancouver Canucks
Pacific Division
Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Dallas Stars
Los Angeles Kings
Phoenix Coyotes
San Jose Sharks

Reader Poll
How are you going to spend Christmas?

With family.

With friends.

Curled up alone in the corner of a dark room drinking straight Scotch until you pass out.

Caps Search for Answers in Las Vegas
The Washington Capitals have had a rough season. So rough that coach Ron Wilson figured his team could use a break. Wilson and his troops packed up their bags and headed to Las Vegas, the land of wild nights, gambling, and legalized prostitution. You know, come to think of it, Vegas is a lot like the offices of LCS Hockey...
by Jason Sheehan, Washington Correspondent

Bourque Passes Howe
Raymond Bourque reached another milestone in his brilliant career, surpassing Gordie Howe on the all-time assists chart. Bourque discusses this and other topics with people we don't know.
by Jim Iovino, Ace Reporter

Renny Comes Home
After a season and a half in the appropriately black-and-blue jerseys of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Mikael Renberg has come home to Philadelphia. But can he make the Flyers a legitimate Stanley Cup contender again?
by Chuck Michio, Philadelphia Correspondent

Gretzky Says Good-bye to Gardens
Wayne Gretzky has a lot of fond memories involving Maple Leaf Gardens. Too bad the grand old arena is about to become the next victim of corporate greed.
by Michael Dell, Editor-in-Chief

More Stuff...
As per usual, here are some things that weren't made into full features. Topics discussed include: New Jersey's balanced scoring, Calgary's surprising road trip, Alexei Kovalev playing great, the joys of having a crooked thumb, and more.
by Michael Dell, Editor-in-Chief

Red Wings Dominating All-Star Voting
The All-Star voting is in full swing and it seems as though fans in Detroit need a hobby.
by Brian Wishnow, Correspondent

American Hockey League (AHL) News
News and notes from around the American Hockey League.
by Tricia McMillan, AHL Correspondent

Behind the Bench
It's a holiday miracle! The Behind the Bench section has been updated!
by LCS Hockey,

LCS Hockey Christmas Features
It's the holiday season, so that means we once again bust out the ol' Christmas features. Sure, you've probably read 'em before, but would it kill ya to read 'em again? C'mon, really? It's for charity!
by LCS Hockey,

Issue 111, the seventh issue of the 1998-99 Season will be published on Wednesday, January 13. Please note that issues will now be offically released on Wednesday, not Tuesday.

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