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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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Hey Puck Heads: NHL Hockey Trade Talk, NY Rangers Selling Off

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NEW YORK, NY – They look at the standings and see only teams in front of them. The NY Rangers are in an unfamiliar position… as sellers approaching the trade deadline. A curious announcement yesterday from the team’s brass warned fans that a lot of familiar faces and fan favorites might not be on the […]

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Jets, Yanks, Mets, Knicks, Rangers, Giants: NY Sports Scene Is A New York Infrastructure Mess

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MARLBORO, NY – Living sixty-five plus miles from the city and being “retired,” I don’t have to worry about commuting into and out of the infrastructure nightmare that is New York City. Coincidentally, the recent Big Apple rail woes are very similar to the plague cast upon area sports teams. With the help of a […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: Rangers Move on, Westbrook is the MVP, Daniel Murphy Tortures Mets Again, Eli Manning is Innocent

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Big Arm, Montana: There is a lot to talk about from the weekend, including, the New York Rangers moving on; Russell Westbrook banging out first half triple doubles, and Daniel Murphy continuing to be a thorn spike spear missile in the side of his former team. Let’s get to it. The Rangers Move On The […]

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World Series in Full Swing, Rangers are Rolling, Nilmarie Huertas

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NEW YORK, NY – What a great time of year. Just as some parts of the cold Northeast saw their first snowfall, the sports world is heating up. The NFL is in full swing. The NBA and NHL have gotten into gear. And Major League Baseball is treating us to a gem of a World […]

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HOT ICE! NY Rangers Rolling, Daniel Murphy Says “Slainte” to Mets

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NEW YORK, NY – We’re about a fifth of the way through the NHL season and the New York Rangers have picked up where they left off in the regular season last year. The Blueshirts lead the Metropolitan Division after winning 12 of their first 16, including last night’s 6-3 doubling up of a good […]

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Sather has Rangers Reeling, Real Hockey Fans and Canada Day

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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NY – Sure, it’s a little strange that Glen Sather gets in a headline two days in row here, especially with the startling news out of Flushing that the *Mets scored a run! But, here we are into July  – which means we are into NHL free agency. Unlike years past, our […]

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Lots of Decisions for the Rangers in Hockey’s Third Season

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New York, NY – Now that hockey’s second season is over (at least around here) we can look forward to the third season in the NHL. And unlike the regular season and the playoffs, the third season is extremely short. I’m talking, of course, about the start of free agency, which begins July 1st. And, […]

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Rusty Rangers Make a Hash of Game 1

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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NY – After going almost a full week without playing, the Rangers came out rusty in the series opener against the Capitals. It was an ugly affair at the Garden last night for the Blueshirts. They could have lost that game by three or four goals. On the other hand, they could […]

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Did Rangers Bet Farm in Stanley Cup Bid?

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MADISON SQUARE GARDEN, NY – It was a busy run-in to the trade deadline for the New York Rangers. Cigar-chomping GM Glen Sather and company were wheeling and dealing to strengthen the Blueshirts for a deep playoff push. The mayhem started with news that the snow-soaked New Yorkers had acquired defenseman Keith Yandle from the […]

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