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Uni Watch Bookshelf: ‘Architecture on Ice’ Looks at Hockey Arena History

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Uni Watch Movie Review: ‘The California Golden Seals Story’

I recently had an ESPN piece about how Alex Ovechkin was about to become the first NHL player to wear custom-painted skates. A few hours after that story was posted, I received an email from a filmmaker named Mark Greczmiel (that’s him at right), who pointed out that while Ovechkin’s skates might . . . → Read More: Uni Watch Movie Review: ‘The California Golden Seals Story’

To Tuck or Not to Tuck?

Reader Charles Noerenberg got in touch with me yesterday to point out a very small uni-related detail regarding an NHL player — a detail I had never noticed or even thought about before. Charles broke everything down in such a brilliantly obsessive manner that I’ve decided to make it the focus of today’s entry.

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Green Day (not the band)

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St. Paddy’s Day came a bit early last night in New Jersey, as the Devils held to their annual tradition of wearing their green-trimmed throwbacks for the holiday. Lots of additional photos here.

The Devils aren’t the only NHL team to have celebrated the holiday a bit . . . → Read More: Green Day (not the band)