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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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Rangers Look to Bounce Back After Win Streak Ends

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NEW YORK, NY – The Rangers six-game winning streak came to an end Wednesday night in Chicago in an ugly gabe for the Blueshirts that looked more like mid-October that their recent form. There were defensive lapses, bad goal-tending, and wasted scoring chances. The struggling Blackhawks easily brushed aside the Rangers who hadn’t played since […]

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World Series Ends, NY Rangers Right Ship, Jets Confound, Giants Mess

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NEW YORK, NY – The end of baseball hostilities came Wednesday night when the Astros dispatched the Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series. Last night, the J-E-T-S made DJ Eberle miserable, beating Da Bills 34-21 in another Thursday Night Football game nobody watched. Meanwhile, the NY Giants are in chaos. But the biggest […]

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NY Rangers Poop a Dud, Bronx Bombers Ready to Detonate

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NEW YORK, NY – The New York Hockey Rangers are off to a terrible start, going 1-5-2 so far after last night’s shootout loss to the Islanders. They’ve struggled to score goals and Alain Vigneault has been mixing up lines already trying to find a mix that works. Nothing has worked so far. The Blueshirts […]

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MLB and NHL Sports Hell: Yankees and Rangers Both Lose Openers

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NEW YORK, NY – Last night was a rough one for both the Yankees and NY Rangers. The Bombers were overpowered by a fresh and hungry Indians squad. The Rangers overpowered the Colorado Avalanche… and still managed to lose. It was a night of MLB and NHL Sports Hell. The Yankees couldn’t touch Trevor Bauer. […]

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Yanks Can’t Catch Red Sox, NHL Back In Action, Dan and Joe Girardi

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NEW YORK, NY – The Yankees have been playing some great baseball of late. They’ve gone 14-5 so far in the month of September. Aaron Judge’s bat has woken up after a prolonged post-All Star break hibernation. But the Bombers just can’t seem to gain ground on the Boston Red Sox. The Bosox have matched […]

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Brawling Bombers in Detroit as Mets Break – AGAIN – Cursed With Freak Injury

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NEW YORK, NY – It was an eventful afternoon at Comerica Park in Detroit yesterday. The Yankees and Tigers were wrapping up a three game set. The Bombers were looking to complete a sweep and get out of town. Instead the teams duked it out as the beanballs flew and the benches cleared three times. […]

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NBA Christmas Schedule, Slumping Yankees, Abby Hornacek, NFL, NHL Hopes

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NEW YORK, NY – The NBA schedule was released yesterday. I know what you’re thinking. Different Matt? Leading with NBA basktball? Yup. Wonders never cease. What struck me about the schedule was that the Christmas schedule includes a real doozy. The Knicks and 76ers will face off on Baby Jesus’ birthday in what is sure […]

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Hey Puck Faces: NY Rangers Get Zibby With It. Mika Zibanejad Gets King’s Ransom

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NEW YORK, NY – After trading Derek Stepan to Phoenix. the Rangers needed a top line centre (Canadian Spelling). They locked one up for the next five years, shelling out a cool $26.75 million in the process. They didn’t have to look very far. They found him on the second line. Now its on Mika […]

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NY Rangers Sign Shatty For a Song and Make Smart Draft Decisions

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NEW YORK, NY – While I was off on holiday in Italy, the Rangers were busy making free agency splashes. Fresh off of trading Derek Stepan and Antti Raanta to our new favorite trading partner, the Rangers made a splash in the free agent market by signing local lad Kevin Shattenkirk to a four-year deal […]

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NHL Report: Penguins Screw Predators, Crosby Wins Cup Again, NY Rangers Jettison Dead Weight

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NEW YORK, NY – The Pittsburgh Penguins are Stanley Cup Champions again, thanks to the refs handing them a game six victory. The Predators had a good goal disallowed because of an early and errant whistle in the second period. The game was knotted at zero until the Penguins scored with a minute left in […]

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