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Big Ben: NYC Free Agent Moves; Rangers Bag Big One, Knicks Come Up Empty, Nets Feast

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MSG, NYC – The New York Knicks failed to land a big fish in free agency and settled for a bunch of guppies. After trading Kristaps Porzingis and clearing a bunch of cap space for two max players, they came up empty. On the other side of the arena, the New York Rangers were able […]

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Big Ben: Trouba Acquisition Prevent New York Rangers From Signing Panarin?

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BLUESHIRTSVILLE, NY – The New York Rangers acquired defenseman Jacob Trouba from the Winnipeg Jets for Neal Pionk and a first round pick. While Trouba is not a superstar, he’s a top pair defenseman who excels on both ends of the ice. The trade is a big win for the Rangers, but he is a […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: The Rangers Reboot Looks Promising, but Patience is Needed

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Madison Square Garden, NYC: The NHL playoffs are providing thrilling games on a nightly basis and some surprising teams are muscling their way into the final four. Meanwhile in Gotham, the New York Rangers continue to stockpile assets and position themselves to make a run at the big silver cup in the years to come. […]

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Big Ben NHL Bombshell: Tough Decisions At The Deadline for NY Rangers

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NEW YORK, NY – Around this time I usually think to myself, ‘Pitchers and catchers are in camp and February is almost over. Spring will be here soon!‘ Then I watch a few days of bland news stories with footage of CC covering first and speculation of which Triple-A All-Star is going to claim the Mets’ […]

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NY Puck Heads: All I Want For Xmas Is A Playoff Run. Different Matt on Hockey

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re a few weeks from Christmas and the rebuilding New York Rangers are still in playoff position, sitting in third place in the Metropolitan Division. While the Blueshirts have played some stellar hockey at home, their form on the road leaves a lot to be desired. The Rangers have three wins […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Things We Got Way too Excited About, Way Too Early – Mark Sanchez, Kevin Maas, the 2018 Mets

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The North Pole: It’s that time of year everyone! The Post-Thanksgiving bliss when every retailer in the land (which in six months will just mean “Amazon”), can quit the pretense and get serious about slamming holiday “bargains” down our throats. Chill back, it’s not even December. But in that spirit, let’s take a look at […]

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NY Rangers Offense, Houston Done With Carmelo, Todd Bowles

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS: It is another lonely Friday night as I find stuff to talk about. I came up with a few, although Different Matt’s talk of the Rangers and DJ’s talk of Carmelo somewhat stole mine but they can still serve as springboards here. I also touch on the J-E-T-S, since I am […]

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NHL Rivals Rangers and Islanders Battle, But Who Is Better?

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re almost a quarter of the way through the NHL season and the New York Rangers certainly aren’t tanking. They went into last night’s tilt against the Brooklyn Islanders in third place in the Metropolitan Division. Above the likes of the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals. The Blueshirts lost a […]

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Talking Hockey (?) and Baseball as Yankees, Mets Sputter/Wait for David Wright and Aaron Judge

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NEW  YORK, NY  –  We’re just over a month away from the first NHL preseason games and hockey can’t come soon enough. Mets fans are glued to their televisions watching David Wright repeatedly strikeout looking in St. Lucie. Yankees fans are speed-dialing call-in shows and tweeting desperately about poop pitching, Judge’s wrist and Andujar’s defense. […]

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Yankees Lacking Leadership? Hockey Rangers Double Down on Rebuild.

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NEW YORK, NY –  The Yankees are not looking good right now. A lack of focus has led to silly mistakes. An ugly game Wednesday afternoon was followed by an even uglier game last night in Boston. They look lazy. All of the above begs the question: Are The Yankees Lacking Leadership? Aaron Boone was hired […]

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