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Getting to know Christian Thomas

After recently recovering from an injury, Christian Thomas is eager to show off his goalscoring abilities with the Hamilton Bulldogs.

QMJHL head coaching gig for Raymond?

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He's currently helping behind the bench in Syracuse during the Calder Cup Finals, but Marty Raymond may be moving back to the head coaching position if rumors out of Quebec are true.

Forgotten Isles: Wendel Clark

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Wendel Clark, Toronto's super hero, spent 58 somewhat productive games as a New York Islander in 1995-96. But his tenure wasn't nearly as memorable or as volcanic as his time with the Leafs.

What Made Pat Quinn's Leafs Tick?

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A walk down memory lane...

Bits: Defining NHL Fighting with the Pulp Fiction Amsterdam Speech

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A roundup of the latest mostly quiet New York Islanders news.

The 1992-93 Season: A Last Hurrah for 1980s Hockey

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Taking a look at the 1992-93 in all its splendor, and arguing for its place as a major watershed for the NHL.

Steve Thomas submits Graeme Lawlor with an inverted triangle kimura on August 6 at TUFFA Fight...

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Steve Thomas submits Graeme Lawlor with an inverted triangle kimura on August 6 at TUFFA Fight Night in Newcastle, NSW, Australia. Uploaded by seckixf.

What Happened to the 92-93 Islanders?

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Where did they go from here? A look back at the fates of the individuals who made up the beloved 1993 Islanders.

Here is the next installment of Leafs Heroes. Larger version available here I actually...

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Stumpy

Here is the next installment of Leafs Heroes. Larger version available here I actually really like this one. I'm not sure why. Maybe it's the truculence factor. Maybe it's the fact that in my tween years, I really did think Thomas was tough (hey...185 seemed like a lot back then). It's a pity that in between his two stays with the Leafs, his best years were spent elsewhere. P.S. Sorry about the slight blurr. My batteries died after one shot.

This Day in History, 1993: Islanders force Game 7 on Penguins

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Sixteen years ago today: The Islanders win a wild 7-5 game at Nassau Coliseum to force Game 7 of their historic upset of the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.

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