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Different Matt is our cunning Cornell grad/rugby player. "Diff" joined us just after the switch from being "Mets only" to an all-sports stop. He's a Yankee fan; thus he was "different." Aside from the Yanks, he's a diehard NY Giants, NY Rangers and NY Knicks fan. He also likes long walks on the beach and cappuccinos and nearly died in Las Vegas.

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NHL’s Final Four: Knights, Jets, Caps, Lightning (Rangers South) Battle for Stanley Cup

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“Rick Nash, thanks for coming. One goal in Toronto series, two in Tampa series (the G1 blowout). Can’t see the Bs making him a UFA offer… he ultimately came as advertised.” –Barstool Sports FLIN FLON, SK – And then there were four. We’re down to the Conference finals in the NHL. Vegas and the Peg […]

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Jacob deGromb, Bring the DH to the NL and NHL Playoffs Hot Stuff

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NEW YORK, NY – The Mets and their fans got some good news about one of their ace pitchers. Jacob deGrom doesn’t have any ligament damage and is cleared to throw. The young fire-baller was injured swinging a bat Wednesday. He tried to return to the mound after the injurious strikeout but had to leave […]

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NHL Playoffs Underway. Pix, News, Notes and Puck Faces

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s been an interesting first week and change for Hockey’s second season… the NHL Playoffs. Let’s have a looksie… The Vegas Golden Knights made quick work of the Los Angeles Kings in the Knights’ inaugural season in the league. Vegas finished the regular season with 109 points, easily winning the Pacific […]

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Mets and Yanks Off to Good Starts, MLB Should Shorten the Season

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NEW YORK, NY – The mostly empty stadiums and games cancelled due to snow must mean that it’s early April and baseball is back again. The Mets and Yankees have battled the elements to start off the season strongly. The Amazin’s strong starting pitching and big bats have powered them to a 5-1 start. Cespedes, Bruce, […]

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MLB Opening Day Looming, March Madness in Full Swing, Rangers’ Smith Dilemma

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NEW YORK – With winter refusing to die, it’s hard to believe that we’re less than a week away from MLB Opening Day… March Madness has been okay and the NY Rangers have less than ten games left before they start setting themselves up for a busy draft. And they’ll also have to figure out […]

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Messier’s Tears Mark End NY Rangers Era for Henrik Lundqvist, Unprecedented Rebuild Begins

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NEW YORK, NY  – It was an eventful NHL trade deadline for the New York Rangers. It was also a departure from their deadline deals of the last few years. For the better part of the last decade, the Blueshirts have been buyers at the deadline, looking for that Glenn Anderson that would push them […]

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Hey Puck Heads: NHL Hockey Trade Talk, NY Rangers Selling Off

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NEW YORK, NY – They look at the standings and see only teams in front of them. The NY Rangers are in an unfamiliar position… as sellers approaching the trade deadline. A curious announcement yesterday from the team’s brass warned fans that a lot of familiar faces and fan favorites might not be on the […]

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Rangers Tailspin To Trades? NHL All-Star Break, NFL Pro Bowl Cheerleaders

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NEW YORK, NY – The injuries are mounting and the New York Rangers are dropping points with reckless abandon. The West Coast trip that wrapped up last night was an unmitigated disaster. The Blueshirts capitulated to the Colorado Avalanche on their way out west. Once in California, they didn’t fare any better against the Kings […]

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Puck Heads: NY Rangers Hobble Into Bye Week. Matt Harvey to Golden Knights?!

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NEW YORK, NY – Heading into their “bye-week” with a shootout win against the Former Rangers Arizona Coyotes out in the desert, and then they lost a close one to the newly-minted and thriving Las Vegas Golden Knights. The Coyotes are propping up the rest of the West at the bottom of the standings. Some […]

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Rangers Lose Chris Kreider as Winter Classic Looms to Swedish Babes?

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NEW YORK, NY – When Chris Kreider left the NY Rangers’ Wednesday night’s tilt against the Capitals, there were rumors that he had been traded; possibly for Ottawa All-Star defenseman Erik Karlsson. The Rangers were quick to dispel those rumors saying Kreider was injured. The 26-year old has a blood clot in his arm and he […]

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