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Big Ben Tuesday: Three New York Hockey Players and Their Evil Dopplegangers

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Camp Crystal Lake: There is plenty going on in the world of sports, but I’m not in the mood. Let’s do something different. Has anyone noticed a few local hockey players look like movie villains? No? Well, I’ve got three NY area players with evil cinematic dopplegangers for you. 1. Wayne Simmons/Candyman The NJ Devils […]

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The King & I : Rangers Call Up King’s Successor Igor Shesterkin

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NEW YORK, NY – The Rangers made the decision to call up Igor Shesterkin (Shestyorkin, until recently), their Russian net-minding phenom and heir-apparent to The King’s throne. Igor started his #NYR career with two wins, which is as good a start as one could hope for. Things got off to a shaky start in Shesterkin’s […]

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Big Ben Whitney: 3 New Great Sports Names; Rock Ya Sin, Kaapo Kakko & De’Coldest ToEvaDoIt Crawford

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STAMFORD, CT – From Dick Trickle to God Shammgod to DeWanna Bonner, there have been some great sports names over the years. And recently, there have been some quality additions. Here are my favorite 3 New Great Sports Names. Rock Ya Sin The Colts took the Temple cornerback in the second round. And while he […]

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NHL Free Agency: Artemi Panarin Suitors, Repercussions, Zuc

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NEW YORK, NY – With NHL Free Agency starting Monday, Rangers fans are wondering whether the Blueshirts will land a Blue Jacket… Artemi Panarin. The 27-year-old forward is one of the top free agents on the market and has plenty of suitors. The Broadway Blues are in the mix but they’re not the favorites. The […]

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How To Fix Soccer So It Doesn’t Suck. Steal From Rugby.

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PARIS, FRANCE – For those of you tuning in to see another brilliant Angry Ward expose on douchebaggery of the umpteenth degree, you’ll be stunned to know that he’s been sent by MTM Management to cover the Women’s Soccer World Cup. Now that we have the attention of the the three remaining Americans still reading […]

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What’s Ahead? Not Much. Kentucky Derby, Opening Day, Stanley Cup. Meh?

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MARLBORO, NY – Don’t focus on the past. “Think of what’s ahead of you,” is what motivational speakers would like to have us think in leading our lives. When it comes to sports, I’d really rather not think of what’s forthcoming because, quite frankly, it sucks for the most part. Maybe you feel differently but […]

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Big Ben’s Fake Oscar Special – Mariano vs Marty

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Hollywood, CA: In 2018, over 104 million people watched the Super Bowl while only 27 million watched The Oscars. But the 2019 Super Bowl ratings were the lowest in the ten years. Sunday night’s Oscars had a 14 percent increase in viewers from last year. How much ground did the Oscars make up in 2019? Yeah, I […]

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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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Stan Fischler: Hockey Maven, Sports Fan, All-Time Great.

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MARLBORO, NY – Mostly all young and emerging readers pick their reading material based on subject matter. I was no different. If the book was sports-related in some way I would pick it up and for the most part enjoy what I was reading. As you all know by now, I am a rabbit rabid […]

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Messier’s Tears Mark End NY Rangers Era for Henrik Lundqvist, Unprecedented Rebuild Begins

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NEW YORK, NY  – It was an eventful NHL trade deadline for the New York Rangers. It was also a departure from their deadline deals of the last few years. For the better part of the last decade, the Blueshirts have been buyers at the deadline, looking for that Glenn Anderson that would push them […]

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