Tag: Henrik Lundqvist

NFC East: QB Question Marks for Each Team. Carson Wentz Top of List

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SPANISH HARLEM – Preseason football is upon us and I’m taking notice of the NFC East. For starters, it holds not only my favorite team but also a New York Giants team that many readers on this site root for. As I thought about my Philadelphia Eagles, it always came down to Carson Wentz. He […]

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Replaceable Friday: A Column for the Blind – And NY Sports Fans

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GARDEN STATE – For this week’s column I’d like to start off with a little ditty: Replacement Matt-y, Writing a column that no one will read, Why does he plead? Anyway… Here is my column on a day when everyone is recovering from their 4th of July revelations and not a one will look at […]

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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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Blue(s) Blooded Victory! Laila Anderson and Lord Stanley to St. Louis

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BOSTON MA – For those of you unfortunate enough to not know who I am, I was at one point a regular contributor to this fine establishment.  To the rest of you… Cheesy Bruin – much respect. MTM Management – you should have shut down my login years ago.  Angry Ward – May your sense […]

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Stanley Cup Finals Momentum: Where Does It Swing Tonight? The Old Mo…

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – There are momentum swings in all sports. In baseball it’s said that momentum is only as strong as that day’s starting pitcher. Basketball is a game of ebbs and flows or as we know them, “runs.” Big Mo in football is usually swung in one direction as a result of an extraordinary […]

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Big Ben: Searching for the Next Ovibender; Stanley Cup Bingers

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SAN JOSE, CA: When the Caps won the Stanley Cup last season, Alexander Ovechkin went on a month long celebratory bender. In the process, he transformed himself from weird Russian buddy of Putin, to a partying legend. I’m looking at the four remaining teams in the NHL playoffs to see if anyone can pick up […]

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Puck Faces: NHL Trade Deadline Moves; Hayes to Hockey Siberia, Agitator Lemieux Jr

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NEW YORK, NY – The NHL  trade deadline came and went on Monday and the New York Hockey Rangers traded the players everyone expected them to trade. We knew trades were imminent when Kevin Hayes and Mats Zuccarello were healthy scratches for Saturday’s matinee against the Devils at the garden. Later that evening we learned […]

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NHL Trade Deadline Looms For Rangers, Spring Training for Yanks, Mets

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re two weeks out from the NHL trade deadline and the New York Rangers have all their pieces intact. I’m sure that will change as we get closer to February 25th. By then the likes of Kevin Hayes and Mats Zuccarello, will surely be elsewhere. Wednesday night the Rangers won in […]

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Big Ben Tuesday – Boring All-Star Games and Boras Overplays His Hand

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Superbowl, Hell: We’re just a few days from February, the Monday of months, smack dab in the unnecessary extra Super Bowl hype week. In a weak attempt to get some ratings, they put the snoozer N(H and F)L’s All Star games where the Super Bowl should be. At least the growing spectacle of Machado and Harper remaining unaffiliated two weeks […]

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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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