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NHL Playoffs: Bourbon, Cross-Checks, Beards, Babes and Blood

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – As many of you know, bourbon is my drink of choice and hockey is my drug of choice. I overdosed on both yesterday as I watched the NHL Playoffs  from three in the afternoon until early Sunday morning. As I watched the best sport on the planet I came away with a […]

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Puck Faces & Baseball Heads: NY Rangers Round-Up & Spring Training Stuff!

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ST. PETERSBURG, FL – Okay, so the MLB Spring Training part of this (at the end) got outworked in the corner by the NY Rangers stuff but maybe it got you in here. Hey, it’s Sweeps Week and you need to broaden your sports horizons. That said… The NY Rangers are currently in the midst […]

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NY Rangers Save NHL From Ruin, MLB Final Four Face Off

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re a little more than a week into this NHL season and the New York Rangers finally have their first points of the season. It’s been an ugly start for the Blueshirts, who had three regulation losses  in the points in their first three games before earning an overtime win last […]

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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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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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Divine Intervention? New York Rangers Win Stanley Cup!

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JERUSALEM – Sunday School is now in session! Well, sort of. This will be a bit of a Biblical narrative associated with the New York Rangers pathway to Lord Stanley’s Cup. Sure, Moses used a staff – not a hockey stick – as I would have preferred, to part the Red Sea while leading the […]

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NHL Heats Up: Hot Hockey Girls, Rangers Hopeful, Playoffs Preview

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re getting down to it. Its the penultimate weekend of the NHL regular season and there are still a few things to play for. Locally, the New York Hockey Rangers clinched their playoff berth earlier this week. It was a rough West Coast swing for the Blueshirts. After missing eight games […]

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Worst Team in Sports, NBA Free Agents, Death Streak 2016

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EL BRONX, EL BARRIO – A belated Happy 4th of July, to all!  It is not easy coming up to bat on the day after America’s Birthday, mainly because people are in recovery from food and drinking binges and blowing fingers off… but let’s hope there is room to talk sports. Today’s topics are: Death’s […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Ike, Granderson, Streaks, Psychos, Shovels and Huge Upsets!

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Bronx, NY – People have been so preoccupied with the NHL and NBA playoffs, the NFL Draft, and #BringBackOurGirls, that certain stories have gotten lost in the shuffle. But fear not, I am here to bring them back to the top of the deck. Let’s get started. Canadian Subway Pycho. Let’s just go ahead and […]

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BLACKOUT! THE DARK SIDE OF SPORTS???

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POUGHKEEPSIE, NY – Hello again, Mattville! After four days of very primitive existence as a result of Hurricane Irene, I’m almost back to the 21st century. Hot showers, refrigeration, and television are an equal trade for no telephone and internet service as I write. While living by sunlight and lantern in The Burbs, it really […]

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