Tag: NHL

#BizarreSells: Slick Oilers, Super Bowl Sam Darnold, Joe Girardi

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EDMONTON, ALBERTA – Sure, one could argue that choosing a hot NHL team five minutes into their season over an epic MLB playoffs tilt as the lead story is a bit bizarre but hey, #BizarreSells. Following that formula, here are today’s topics: Slick Oilers, Super Bowl Sam Darnold, Joe Girardi. SLICK OILERS – Don’t tell […]

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New York Knicks Start Pre-Season With a Win. Are They Any Good?

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SPANISH HARLEM – Thank you Kevin Durant for telling people the New York Knicks aren’t cool. There is nothing better than a player quoting the words of a ten-year-old to describe why free agents don’t want to play in New York. I totally agree that stars have shied away from this organization and they will […]

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Sent Away Calloway, NY Rangers, NY Knicks

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EL BARRIO, EL FALLS – I want to publicly apologize to my fellow staff writers. We are suppose to support each other and I haven’t been holding up my end these past two weeks. I will do better going forward, or at least try because I have a good reason for being so bad this […]

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Replacement Matt Friday: Be Bold Brodie, The Breadman Commeth. Sports Pr!cks

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WEST BROOKLYN, NJ – Good morning! Hope everyone is enjoying the Chinese Hoax of temps in the Dubai range to the Pacific Northwest in a matter of minutes. Well, the MLB regular season is over and the New York Metropolitans are now in search of a new manager, after wisely dumping the-in-way-over-his-head Mickey Callaway.   […]

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NHL Training Camp: Hope Springs for Blueshirts Nation. PLUS: Fan IQ Sport Quiz

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NEW YORK, NY – The New York Rangers training camp opened yesterday as the new NHL season approaches. The Blueshirts signaled their intentions to rebuild a year and a half ago. This summer they made it clear that the (current) rebuild is over by signing marquis free agent Artemi Panarin and defenseman Jacob Trouba, shelling […]

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Working Vacation Ward Wednesday: Unlimited Pasta, Prescott, and Mets Coverage

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SCORCHED HELLSCAPE, FL – Why the hell do I continue to fire off columns, into the void, even while on vacation? I think there’s no good answer except to say that, by now, it’s out of habit more than anything. Let this serve as a dire warning to the Ben Whitneys and Buddy Diazes of […]

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Rangers Jettison Shatty as Rebuild (Sort Of) Ends. Kevin Shattenkirk Era Ends

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NEW YORK, NY – It was a great story when it happened. The star defenseman on the free agent market was leaving money on the table to play for the team he grew up rooting for in his home town. But after just two disappointing seasons, the Kevin Shattenkirk era on Broadway is over. The […]

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Manny Pacquiao Gets Another Great Win In Hall of Fame Career

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SPANISH HARLEM – In hindsight, I thought I would only right a paragraph about this fight but once I started typing, I couldn’t stop.I wanted to talk about the New York Yankees and this series in Minnesota, (the games felt like a three-day Home Run Derby) but Manny Pacquiao won out this time, only fitting. […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: I Could Use a Vacation from Brodie, Harden, Beckham and Sports in General

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BRONX, NY – It’s been more quiet than usual around here lately. I mean, even me, Whitney, and Dude aren’t showing up regularly to chime in with our standard gems and witty repartee. It’s summer, and it’s understandable. Everybody needs a vacation, even from the most pleasant and stimulating pursuits, but especially from sports. I […]

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Replaceable Friday: Is it Time To End Extra Inning Games?

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EXHAUSTION, USA – Full disclosure: I did not stay up to watch the entirety of the Mets 16-inning debacle/loss to the San Francisco Giants because I passed out before the ninth inning was complete. But I sensed it was going to be a marathon – a battle of attrition  – and maybe something that needs […]

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