January 13, 2010

Junior's Reading And Viewing List:
January 13, 2010

Last Update - January 14, 2009 at 3:40 PM EST

The following is the 'Reading And Viewing List' for January 13, 2009.

Capitals Complete Comeback With Overtime Win, 5-4

For the second night in a row, Washington Capitals rookie goalie Michael Neuvirth gave up four goals in 15 shots, all in the first period. And for the second night in a row, coach Bruce Boudreau called on veteran Jose Theodore was called on to relieve the youngster at the start of the second period...

It's Official : Glenn Hughes, Jason Bonham, Joe Bonamassa Form New "Supergroup" Black Country, Album To Ensue
By Nightwatcher at Nightwatcher's House Of Rock

"I'm like the one up there representing the Bonham family. that's kind of how I should look at it," Jason Bonham told Spinner backstage at L.A.'s Wiltern, where he would later honor his iconic father, John Bonham, as part of Guitar Center's Drum-Off last weekend...

The Tangled Timeline Of 'Spider-Man 4'
By Larry Carroll at MTV's Splash Page

FROM MTV.COM: Monday's shocking announcement that one of the decade's most successful film franchises has thrown in the towel on a fourth installment hit fans as hard as a Sandman punch to the face. Now, Raimi and Tobey and Kirsten and everyone else are...

The UnWise
By Becca H at Japers' Rink

On radio, I said, "Because it's hockey." Flippant, quick, good for polarizing people either way. In truth, we have neglected a very good hockey team -- perhaps a Stanley-Cup winning hockey team in five months -- in this town. Tomorrow on the Mike Wise Show, it's all Ovie, all the time. Promise.

Okay, for at least an hour.

- Mike Wise...

Midseason (and then some) roundtable
Posted by David M. Getz at Japers' Rink

...DMG: With the season at its midpoint (in terms of games played for the Capitals, any way) and a new year upon us, now's as good a time as any to evaluate where the team stands; what they've done right, where they could stand to improve, and what it's going to take to bring the Cup to Washington...

'Thor' Roundup: Fat Suits And Praise As The Cast Reports From The Set
By Blair Marnell at MTV's Splash Page

Following the first day of filming on director Kenneth Branagh’s long awaited “Thor” adaptation, several of the cast members are already enthusiastically talking about their experiences on the set...

No discipline for Matt Bradley
By Tarik El-Bashir at Capitals Insider

Matt Bradley won't face any disciplinary action for leaving the bench prior to fighting Steve Downie last night, I'm told by a league spokesman.

In the third period of last night's 7-4 loss in Tampa, Bradley came to Alex Ovechkin's aid after the Capitals' captain squared off to fight Downie...

Caps/Lightning: Fisticuffs at the Forum
By HOCKEY MOM at Musings Of A Hockey Mom

In a game that only be described as fugly, the Tampa Bay Lightning finally got a "W" (their last one coming in November of 2007) against the rival Capitals. HM was a bit under the weather last night, so apologizes for the lack of minute-by-minute coverage of the game, which turned out to be...

The Mick Fleetwood Blues Band's 'Blue Again' Live DVD
Set For Release On January 26, 2010

By Nightwatcher at Nightwatcher's House Of Rock

Grammy-nominated Mick Fleetwood (his first ever nomination outside of Fleetwood Mac) is set to see the release of his Mick Fleetwood Blues Band's "Blue Again," the companion DVD to their 'Best Traditional Blues' category nominated CD...

The state of the blog
By James Mirtle at From The Rink

Bit of a tough post to write.

What's been funny the past few weeks is that, when I talk to people about the work I'm doing covering the Leafs, one of the questions I often get is: "What about the blog?"

Truth is, I don't know – not yet anyway. What I do know is...

Move Your Money
By Kameron at I May Have Been Born Yesterday
But I Stayed Up All Night

Have you heard about the Move Your Money campaign? It's urging Americans to "move their money out of bigger banks and into smaller, community-oriented financial institutions that generally avoided the reckless investments and schemes that helped cause the financial crisis."...

More on the Ovechkin-Downie-Bradley incident
By Tarik El-Bashir at Capitals Insider

Remember that story I wrote the other day about the Caps being more disciplined and how their penalty kill was facing fewer shorthanded situations because of it? Well, it's a good thing I wrote it when I did, because my editors might not have let it get in...

Postgame Notebook: Lightning 7, Capitals 4
By Mike Vogel - Senior Writer at WashingtonCaps.com

This Monkey’s Gone to Heaven – Well, maybe the monkey hasn’t gone to heaven, but it is off the collective back of the Tampa Bay Lightning. After dropping 12 straight games to the Capitals, the Lightning defeated the Capitals for the first time in nearly 26 months. The Bolts rode a strong first-period effort to a 7-4 victory over Washington on Tuesday...

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