Tag: Mats Zuccarello

Big Ben Tuesday: NHL Regular Season Wrap, NY Rangers Bright Future

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New York, NY: If you’re looking to read about the Mets’ behaving like a functional baseball team or the Yankees’ power surge, hit the bricks. We’re sticking with hockey. The playoffs are about to start and nothing beats playoff hockey. The regular season was outstanding and several high powered teams are gearing up for battle. […]

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The Puck Drops Here. Different Matt’s NHL Playoffs Preview

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NEW YORK, NY – The NHL regular season ended Saturday and we’re set to roll into hockey’s second season. It’s on to the two-month extravaganza that culminates in one team lifting Lord Stanley’s Cup as the league champions. After teams jockeyed for position over the last couple of months, the playoff match-ups are set for […]

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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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Spring Training History! Peter Alonso, Brodie The Great, PLUS Goodbye Mats Zuccarello

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GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE, USA – And with one mighty Spring Training swing, we all got to see something we’ve never seen before: a home run on first pitch of MLB’s Grapefruit League season. For the Mets, at least. And irregardless regardless of it being the first pitch a player saw, we are chalking it up as Major […]

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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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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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Russian Bust?! Pavel Buchnevich Needs Some Rocky Balboa. Disappointing NY Rangers

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NEW YORK, NY – Let’s not sugarcoat what has been bothering all of you for about a month now: It’s been a disappointing season so far for the New York Rangers’ Russian phenom, Pavel Buchnevich. Buch has been inconsistent and at times a bit lazy. His lackluster play has landed him on the healthy scratch […]

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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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