Tag: Bobby Orr

Stan Fischler: Hockey Maven, Sports Fan, All-Time Great.

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MARLBORO, NY – Mostly all young and emerging readers pick their reading material based on subject matter. I was no different. If the book was sports-related in some way I would pick it up and for the most part enjoy what I was reading. As you all know by now, I am a rabbit rabid […]

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Cheesy Bruin’s 50 Year Sports Retrospective

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MARLBORO, NY– Today marks the first day of my 50th year on this earth and when you get to be this age you pretty much think you’ve seen it all if you’re a sports fan. Not that I consider myself a know-it-all, but a sports fan my age has witnessed some of the G.O.A.T. in […]

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Famous Fathers And Their Athletic Children

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MARLBORO, NY – Today is the day we honor dear old Dad and if you have sports running through your veins this is the man to thank. It doesn’t matter if you rode the bench or excelled during youth sports it’s that you participated with a little push from your father. There have been many […]

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Cole Beasley, Montreal Expos, Boston Bruins, Monmouth Park. Cheesy Bruin Reports

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MONMOUTH PARK– It was one of those lost August days and if I had only just taken the time to keep score of what was transpiring around me at Southern New Jersey’s version of Belmont Racetrack, I should have kept the money in my pocket untouched. It was a warm day with no breeze and […]

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My Bloody Black and Gold Valentines: Cheesy Bruin, Cupid and Boston Bruins

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BOSTON, MA – If there’s anybody who knows of love’s carnage, it’s the holder of scars from two unsuccessful marriages… like yours truly. While it may be appropriate to say Happy Valentine’s Day to a loved one today, I prefer a salute to My Bloody Valentines— thy first and last true love, the NHL’s Boston […]

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Boston Bruins, Stanley Cup Playoffs and Bad Hockey Addictions

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BOSTON, MA – Only one team gets to hoist the 34 1/2 pound series-clinching trophy for the ceremonial victory lap around the arena. Before even starting today’s post, let’s get one thing straight: anything that heavy, is hardly a cup.  A cup is something you lift with one hand that holds your morning coffee – […]

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