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The Dog and Pony Show

  • joined Jan 17, 2012
  • last login Feb 13, 2014
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Aaron D'Albey is a Colorado native and veteran of many years between the pipes at many a local ice rink, he is currently living the expatriate life in South Korea.

He has written The Dog and Pony Show (with some breaks) since 2007 and can be found amongst some of the greatest writers, broadcasters, and athletes in Denver sports history in The Great Book of Denver Sports Lists by Irv Brown and Joe Williams, published in 2008 by Running Press.

The Dog and Pony Show can also be located with some minimal searching on Facebook. Feel free to like the page for daily updates and remarks!

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The Show in the Snow

It's been quite some time since I last shot a blog into the aether, but just for kicks I thought it might be nice to relive the good old days with a few missives from the abyss as Team USA tries to...

The Dog and Pony Show

The unexpected yet entirely predictable return of the classic blog featuring commentary on Team USA's travails in the men's Olympic hockey tournament Sochi.

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As the World Turns

I can't tell you how many times I've seen it in the media. An athlete does a bad job and doesn't wish to speak to the press, so a reporter tells everybody how the athlete is lacking in class...

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