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Like the picture says – 13 years, 12 seasons, 1,018 regular-season games and six playoff series. That’s a long time to wait for a playoff series victory. I watched the Nashville Predators’ Game 6 win agains the Anaheim Ducks in a treehouse overlooking Lake Charlie, the name I gave long ago to the little pond […]

Preds in 7?

Wow, look – somebody in the major media is picking the Nashville Predators to finally pick up a playoff series victory this year! Since he put his email address up there at the end of the video, I felt compelled to write to Mr. Buccigross. Here’s what I sent him: Hi John, I’ve been a […]

Hit The Road, Gary (And Don’t You Come Back No More)

According to a new NHL Fans’ Association poll, it’s time for NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman to go. I suppose that this means I was ahead of the curve. The NHL decided to lock its players out for the 2004-05 season about two months after my buddy Charlie Tuttle and I purchased season tickets. Needless to […]

Charlie Tuttle Day

It’s been nearly four years since my good friend Charlie Tuttle died. Since he left us, it’s been impossible to miss that his presence is still here in the form of all the people he touched. With that in mind, I’m putting together a gathering of all the people who loved Charlie at the site […]

Remembering Charlie Tuttle

I got an email from Pauly last night asking for a little help. He’s writing a column for Bluff magazine about the 2005 WSOP, including the story of how Barry Greenstein dedicated his $1,500 Pot Limit Omaha win to my friend Charlie Tuttle, and he wanted to include a quote from me about Barry’s gesture. […]