Tag: Las Vegas Golden Knights

Angry Ward Wednesday: Your Sports Marriage Isn’t Working Out. Jeter, Bieber, Christie

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NEW YORK, NY – 24-year-old popster Justin Bieber got engaged the other day to Stephen Baldwin’s 21-year-old daughter (good luck with that father-in-law, Biebs), and the kids couldn’t seem happier. That’s the way it always is at the beginning: you’re going to great restaurants, getting bombed, having sex all the time, living in the “now,” and […]

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Big Ben Quick Hitters: Caps and Warriors Close In, Trump Bounces Eagles, Mets Catching Woes

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Stamford, CT: It’s nearly 11pm and I forgot all about my weekly MTM obligation. Not to worry, it turns out I can pardon myself. So we’re good. Let’s let my ADD run wild and bang out some Quick Hitters. NHL The series is not going as planned for the Cinderella Golden Knights, who find themselves one game […]

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NHL Finals: Will Ovi Get First Cup? Sin City for Lord Stanley?

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re balls deep in the Stanley Cup Final and things are even-steven between the Washington Capitals and Las Vegas Golden Knights. The Knights took the opener 6-4 in a high-flying affair. In Game 2, Braden Holtby shut down Vegas in the third period to give the Caps a 3-2 win. Holtby […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Athlete Cameos on Popular TV Shows I’d Like to See

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Stamford, CT: I caught a little of the brilliant 1992 Keith Hernandez episode on Seinfield. It made me wonder what other athletes would be good candidates to make cameos on popular TV shows. Let’s see where this goes. Big Bang Theory – Brad “The Rat” Marchand: Who would fit in better with a bunch of […]

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John Adams, Cleveland Browns, Mets and How The Royal Wedding Is Bad For Sports

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DENVER, CO – The Cheese is out. Today you get President John Adams. Amidst the course of human history, love has a way of superseding politics. Antony & Cleopatra, Anne Boleyn & Henry VIII, Marie Antoinette & Louis XVI, just to name a few. All this is well and good for the history books. It […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: NBA and NHL Scorching Takes and Finals Predictions

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I enjoyed Eb’s Hot Takes yesterday. But it wasn’t enough, I need more cowbell. Buckle in for Ben’s Scorching Takes. NBA Parity and the Celtics The four teams with the best pre-season odds to win the NBA title remain are the four teams standing. The Rockets were tied for fourth with OKC and San Antonio […]

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Sports Rain Man Rants: NHL Playoffs, Winnipeg Jets, NBA Playoffs, LeBron’s Help

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – For a guy not working, this has been a very busy week. I did find time to watch a little sports and ESPN of course. That afforded me the opportunity to find material for today’s article. Therefore, this week’s piece will feature the usual Song of the Week, followed by […]

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Jacob deGromb, Bring the DH to the NL and NHL Playoffs Hot Stuff

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NEW YORK, NY – The Mets and their fans got some good news about one of their ace pitchers. Jacob deGrom doesn’t have any ligament damage and is cleared to throw. The young fire-baller was injured swinging a bat Wednesday. He tried to return to the mound after the injurious strikeout but had to leave […]

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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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Mets and Yanks Off to Good Starts, MLB Should Shorten the Season

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NEW YORK, NY – The mostly empty stadiums and games cancelled due to snow must mean that it’s early April and baseball is back again. The Mets and Yankees have battled the elements to start off the season strongly. The Amazin’s strong starting pitching and big bats have powered them to a 5-1 start. Cespedes, Bruce, […]

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