October 19, 2021

Hockey

Let’s Try to Come Up with a Hockey Nickname for Each Big 4 CEO

Anyone who is a fan of the NHL knows that hockey players rarely call each other by their first or last names. They call each other by their hockey nicknames. There’s really no rhyme or reason for how hockey players get their nicknames. But usually, you get your hockey nickname by either adding “-er,” “-y,” […]

Accountant Goalie Scott Foster Attends NHL Awards Show, Is Funnier Than Jim Belushi

Golub Capital accountant Scott Foster, who has shunned the public spotlight since he helped lead the Chicago Blackhawks to a 6-2 win against the Winnipeg Jets on March 29 as an emergency backup goalie, came out of hiding last night to present an award during the NHL awards show in Las Vegas. As someone who […]

Leave Scott Foster Alone, He Has Accounting To Do

Scott Foster, the accountant-turned-emergency goalie who blocked seven shots in fourteen minutes for the Blackhawks last Thursday, became an instant Chicago sports legend. But don’t think all this instant fame has gone to his head. In a post-game interview, “[T]omorrow I’m going to wake up, I’m going to button up my shirt, and I’m going […]

The Phoenix Coyotes Do Not Meet Americans for Tax Reform’s Definition of a ‘Core Function’

Mostly because part of businessman Matthew Hulsizer’s offer to keep the team in Arizona is that the city of Glendale would be required to subsidize the deal. Grover Norquist & Co. are NOT down with this, “Last November voters sent a clear message that they want government to stop frivolous spending and instead focus on core functions. ATR will continue to educate our membership as to which lawmakers received that message and which appear to have not. Gone are the days when taxpayers are willing or able to foot the bill for government spending on things like Woodstock museums, cowboy poetry festivals, bridges to nowhere, and NPR. I doubt anyone’s definition of core functions includes subsidizing the millionaire’s purchase of a hockey team.” [ATR]

Who Wants to Buy Sergei Fedorov’s House?

The former Red Wing star’s Bloomfield Hills, Michigan love rink is on the market in a short sale, as he is facing foreclosure.

In fact, he owes $2.1 million on two homes in the area and an additional $51,000 in property taxes, according to the Detroit News.

Federov claims that he lost $60 million because of Hyman Lippit, PC a local law firm. His money was tied up with a financial advisor named Joseph Zada who was also a client of Hyman. Fishy doesn’t even begin to describe this situation.

ANYWAY! If you’re interested in helping the guy out, you can get his 4,400 square foot, 4 bed, 4 bath (plus two halvsies) residence for under a mil. Plus there’s a gate! Make the man an offer.


Ex-Wing Fedorov faces foreclosure on two Bloomfield Hills homes [Detroit News via Tax Watchdog]