Mike Milbury on Tim Thomas’ White House absence


Mike Milbury says that he’s fine with Tim Thomas taking a political stance but isn’t crazy about his decision to do so by skipping the traditional White House ceremony.

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Milbury and Jones explain the streaking Blues

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The St. Louis Blues used last night’s 1-0 victory against the Dallas Stars to vault themselves into a tie for the best record in the Western Conference with 60 points in 45 games. It’s no secret that the team turned the proverbial corner when Ken Hitchcock took over for Davis Payne at the beginning of November. They’ve earned points in 27 of 32 games under their new boss (21-5-6) and they’ve gone 11-0-2 in their last 13 games at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. No matter how you cut it, this team is streaking.

Watch as Keith Jones and Mike Milbury weigh-in on the Blues recent success.

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Mike Milbury: Not a fan of the shootout spin-o-rama


The shootout is a lot of things to a lot of people, but when it comes to hockey fanatics, most are down on it deciding so much in the standings. Mike Milbury certainly doesn’t seem to be a fan, but he’s irked the most by the trend of forwards befuddling goalies with a spin-o-rama. Does he have a point?

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Mike Milbury will not face criminal charges


Former NHL player and current hockey analyst Mike Milbury will not face any charges over a reported incident that took place during a youth hockey game earlier this month.

Milbury’s attorney, Mark Berthiaume, said that a clerk magistrate at Brookline District Court ruled there was insufficient evidence to move ahead, and that the case has been thrown out.

“It was an unfortunate misunderstanding,” Milbury told reporters. “We’re pleased with the court’s ruling.”

Milbury is a hockey analyst for NBC, CBC and NESN.

Milbury denies allegations


With respect to today’s reported events, the following statement was released by Mike Milbury’s lawyer, Daniel Rabinovitz, on his client’s behalf:

“Mike Milbury denies any allegations that there was an assault of any kind. He simply intervened in an altercation between his son and an opposing player. No one was struck, no one was injured and no one was threatened.”

Update (5:05 p.m. ET): Statement from an NBC Sports Group spokesperson: “In our discussions with Mike, we both came to the conclusion that he should remain off the air while focusing on his affairs.”