Tag: NHL

Angry Ward: NBA Free Agency, MLB Trade Deadline and Women’s World Cup

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s getting a little desperate out there in world of sports. The NBA season just ended with a rash of crippling injuries and a title for a team from Canada. The Blues dispatched the Bruins in an entertaining Stanley Cup, but there’s not much left to cover besides who threw up […]

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Big Ben: Die Hard Proves NHL Superior to MLB

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STAMFORD, CT – As superfan Laila kissed the Cup during the Blues’ championship celebration, a tear rolled down my face. This was the first tear I’ve shed since I was six, when my dog Dozer was hit by a car. It was a heartwarming moment. (Laila, not Dozer.) As we move past eventful NBA and […]

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First Time Champions, Kawhi Leonard and Kevin Durant

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I set up late last night to type this piece and totally fell asleep. So I got up early this morning to write up a piece. Fresh of the presses,  today’s piece will be a scatter shot of news that has occurred during the week. The topics?  First Time Champions, […]

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Bobby Orr Be Damned: St. Louis Blues Finally Win It All.

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NEW YORK, NY – The St. Louis Blues finally hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup. They did so with a convincing Game 7 win over the Boston Bruins. With two goals in the first period, the Blues were well on their way. St. Loo added two more in the third before the Bruins pulled one back. By […]

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The Kevin Durant Fallout and What The Knicks Should/Could Do

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SPANISH HARLEM – Kevin Durant officially announced on Instagram what many believed to be true, he ruptured his Achilles and underwent surgery. Now begins the long road back but not without some interesting circumstances. With free agency only weeks away, the question remains on what he will do. He can enter the market and hope […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: KD, The Cup(s) and The Subway Series

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BRONX, NY – It’s already closing in on 9 pm on Tuesday night, and I just don’t have the time or energy to be clever or wax poetic… but am I ever those things? Instead, I’m just gonna let fly with the main sports stuff just about everybody’s talking about, and just be done with […]

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My Sports Sunday: Minor Yankees Sweep [VERY] Minor Mets, Stanley Cup Finals

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – You all remember going back to school after summer vacation and the first assignment was usually a writing assignment called “What I Did On My Summer Vacation?” Today, I’m penning a condensed version detailing, “My Sports Sunday.” The day started early with a group bus trip to PNC Field in Scranton, PA. […]

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Women’s World Cup, Jets New GM, NBA Finals, NHL Finals

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I was not surprised that I had to write but I am exhausted. My daughter has been wreaking havoc with the times she wakes all of us up. I expect her to sleep til 8 and she is up at 5:30 and so on. So today’s piece will be a […]

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Big Ben Special: St Louis Blues 1 Win From Stanley Cup as Berube Works Over Refs

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BOSTON, MA – The Blues won game 5 in Boston, 2-1, taking a 3 games to 2 lead in the Stanley Cup Finals. The game was not without controversy as the refs kept their whistles in their pockets for several plays that could have been penalties. After St. Louis Blues coach Craig Berube complained about […]

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Sports Rain Man: What A Week For The New York Metropolitans!

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – Happy Memorial Day weekend. I want to say two things before I get to the sports: 1) Thank you to all the descendants and relatives of soldiers that have that died in battle. The sacrifice in the name of the country, whether draft or volunteer, is always to be commended […]

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