Tag: Brooklyn Islanders

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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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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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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NY Rangers Keep Pace Despite Isles, Mets and Yanks Upbeat

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NEW YORK, NY – The NY Rangers have been playing well of late, last night’s capitulation to the hated Islanders aside. They’ve been keeping pace with the Penguins and Blue Jackets. They’re safe in the first Wild Card slot for now, which would put them on a collision course with Les Canadiens de Montreal in […]

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NHL Trade Horror: Canada Gets Skinned

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NEW YORK, NY – Today’s the day. It’s he first day of NHL free agency. And it’s really the only important day. Most of the unrestricted free agents that are worth anything will be signed by the time you’ve read this paragraph. But the biggest hockey news of the week will surely be a couple […]

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Top 5 Sports Story Ever? Islanders Dynasty Secret: Softball Hero Glenn Ecklund

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HOLLYWOOD, CA – This year’s Uniondale New York Brooklyn Islanders of Nassau County had a magical run. But it came to an end last week and, as they say in sports, it’s time to hit the links.  If they want to build towards a new dynasty, however, they’d be wiser to look to their own […]

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Dumb Baseball Rules Conspire Against NY

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That’s just dumb. What a waste of time. They’re professional – they should have to throw it over the plate.” –Mrs. Short Matt CRADLE OF LIBERTY, PA – We’re always looking for fresh perspectives on things in Mattville, and Mrs. Short Matt, who knows very little about sports, offers it in abundance. Last night she […]

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Stanley Cup Playoffs: Islanders Win, Rangers Lose, The King & Eye

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NEW YORK, NY – The Stanley Cup Playoffs got under way Wednesday night, as the Rangers went to work in Pittsburgh without some key pieces. Ryan McDonagh is still out of the lineup after taking a puck off of his hand last week. This leaves the Rangers’ short on the blue line in a series […]

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Rangers Stumbling: Is Alain Vigneault The Reason?

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RALEIGH, NC – With just over a week to go in the NHL season, the Rangers are healthy and should be fine-tuning their play to make another deep playoff push. But last night’s capitulation in North Carolina shows how weak the underbelly of this team is. New York has not responded well in these gut-check […]

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Old Barn Dies, Miracle Mets, No Respect Nets, Bruce Jenner

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FARMINGDALE, NY – While we were waiting between periods for like Big Al Sternberg to find/conjure his venting alter ego Fake Sandy Alderson, we realized we better get our pens and protractors out and put something up when Godot showed up unannounced and said he’d wait with us for our MIA FSA. With that, let’s […]

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