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Palm Sunday Sports Moments You Can Own: Tiger, Knicks, Ed Cicotte, Lord Stanley Gronkowski

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BOSTON, MA – We’re one week out from Easter, which can mean two things: A) Yours truly is only a week away from once again Drinking, Cursing & Lying, B) It’s Palm Sunday. While the former is definitely more significant in many ways, it’s the latter that serves as impetus for your Sunday sports entertainment. […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: NHL Regular Season Wrap, NY Rangers Bright Future

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New York, NY: If you’re looking to read about the Mets’ behaving like a functional baseball team or the Yankees’ power surge, hit the bricks. We’re sticking with hockey. The playoffs are about to start and nothing beats playoff hockey. The regular season was outstanding and several high powered teams are gearing up for battle. […]

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The Puck Drops Here. Different Matt’s NHL Playoffs Preview

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NEW YORK, NY – The NHL regular season ended Saturday and we’re set to roll into hockey’s second season. It’s on to the two-month extravaganza that culminates in one team lifting Lord Stanley’s Cup as the league champions. After teams jockeyed for position over the last couple of months, the playoff match-ups are set for […]

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What’s Ahead? Not Much. Kentucky Derby, Opening Day, Stanley Cup. Meh?

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MARLBORO, NY – Don’t focus on the past. “Think of what’s ahead of you,” is what motivational speakers would like to have us think in leading our lives. When it comes to sports, I’d really rather not think of what’s forthcoming because, quite frankly, it sucks for the most part. Maybe you feel differently but […]

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St Paddy’s Day Special: Angel Hernandez, Odell Beckham, Nolan Ryan, Terry O’Reilly

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Happy St. Patty’s Paddy’s Day! MARLBORO, NY – As the sports scene starts to heat up with NCAA Conference Tournaments and subsequent bids to March Madness there is also the NHL Playoffs home stretch, MLB’s Opening Day, and plenty of NFL-related news to think about and here are some of my random thoughts lately. Angel […]

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WTF Sports Items: Bryce Harper, Jason Witten, Boston Bruins

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MARLBORO, NY – Truth be told, I’m not the rabid sports junkie that I once was. I’m all about the games and less about pregame shows, scouting combines, trade rumors, et. al. Sometimes the more I think I know about sports the less I actually understand, too. Two items that happened this past week just […]

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NHL Playoffs: NHL Conspiracy vs Boston Bruins?

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MARLBORO, NY – Losing sucks. It just does. Whenever involved in competitive endeavors, I want to win badly. Sometimes the other team is better than you on a given day and sometimes things just don’t bounce your way. At other times, on-field officials determine the outcome of a game and leave you perplexed and frustrated. […]

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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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Old Fart Cheesy Bruin: No Facebook Baseball, NFL Draft, Mets

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MARLBORO, NY – I was all set to make predictions for the opening round of the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs but the bottom half of the standings in each conference are as muddled as my life, so those prognostications will have to wait. What I do know is the Boston Bruins are in, as are […]

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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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