The beauty about almost every on-line site is that they have everything from $1 tables to $500 tables, and nickel cash games. There are all types of skill levels, so you'd have no problem finding a table you are comfortable with.
Legislation changed about 8 months ago and a lot of the major sites do not offer real money games in the US. I play at Cake Poker. The software is no where near as good as a site like PokerStars, but it's still okay. I also use an on-line tool called Sharkscope which tracks every player in every tournament, so you can always check the level of the guys you are playing
Jonthan Quick from Hamden Ct.
Isn't Vezina voting already done? I think they vote after the reg season so that playoffs don't influence the outcome. Either way, he is the definite frontrunner for the Conn Smythe
I didn't know where this fit, so I figured here was as good of a place as any. The Wings just hired an architect to design a new 18,000 seat arena. The Joe holds around 20,000. They want it closer to downtown by Comerica Park, the Fox Theatre, and Ford Field (which is right across the street from Comerica Park)