Tag: Tampa Bay Lightning

NHL’s Final Four: Knights, Jets, Caps, Lightning (Rangers South) Battle for Stanley Cup

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“Rick Nash, thanks for coming. One goal in Toronto series, two in Tampa series (the G1 blowout). Can’t see the Bs making him a UFA offer… he ultimately came as advertised.” –Barstool Sports FLIN FLON, SK – And then there were four. We’re down to the Conference finals in the NHL. Vegas and the Peg […]

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Big Ben Tuesday: NBA and NHL Scorching Takes and Finals Predictions

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I enjoyed Eb’s Hot Takes yesterday. But it wasn’t enough, I need more cowbell. Buckle in for Ben’s Scorching Takes. NBA Parity and the Celtics The four teams with the best pre-season odds to win the NBA title remain are the four teams standing. The Rockets were tied for fourth with OKC and San Antonio […]

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NHL Playoffs Underway. Pix, News, Notes and Puck Faces

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NEW YORK, NY – It’s been an interesting first week and change for Hockey’s second season… the NHL Playoffs. Let’s have a looksie… The Vegas Golden Knights made quick work of the Los Angeles Kings in the Knights’ inaugural season in the league. Vegas finished the regular season with 109 points, easily winning the Pacific […]

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Ryan McDonagh, NHL Trade Rumors, Bruins and Rangers Trade

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MARLBORO, NY – On Wednesday I really noticed that my nighttime television viewing centers on one thing and one thing only… hockey! It was an epiphany of sorts since there was nary a game to be broadcast this night in question. I couldn’t even find a college game and felt annoyed. Fu Puck Heads like […]

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World Series Ends, NY Rangers Right Ship, Jets Confound, Giants Mess

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NEW YORK, NY – The end of baseball hostilities came Wednesday night when the Astros dispatched the Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series. Last night, the J-E-T-S made DJ Eberle miserable, beating Da Bills 34-21 in another Thursday Night Football game nobody watched. Meanwhile, the NY Giants are in chaos. But the biggest […]

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Hockey Pucks, Don Rickles, Brad Marchand, NHL Playoffs, Women’s Ice Hockey

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MARLBORO, NY – This week we lost one of comedy’s most colorful characters in Don Rickles. You knew you were an entertainment icon if this guy roasted you with unparalleled insults. I remember some of these roasts and his many appearances on all the late-night talk shows but affectionately recall watching him in the short-lived […]

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Sunday Sports Topics: UCONN, Auriemma, MLB Opening Day, Boston Bruins, Karnowski

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MARLBORO, NY – Sometimes when you wake up inspiration is as easy as opening up the laptop and reading the day’s news items along with morning cups of black coffee, no sugar. Today’s topics without further adieu are UCONN women’s basketball, the Boston Bruins, MLB’s Opening Day, and NCAA Final Four. Any time you do […]

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Ellsworth Worthy? Bombers Better, Harvey’s Horrible. Pens Etching Cup?

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NEW YORK, NY – We’ve reached Memorial Day Weekend and things are looking brighter for the Bronx Bombers, while the Mets are having some problems in the Bat Cave. Over on the ice, the Penguins are a step closer to winning the Stanley Cup. And Angry Ward’s Warriors are close to getting dumped out of […]

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Yankees Surging To Playoffs? NHL Ice Time Heating Up?

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NEW YORK, NY –  It was a pretty good week for the Bronx Bombers. They took three of four from the defending World Series Champion Kansas City Royals. Granted, they are still in last place in the AL East and well below .500. But there are some signs of life for the Yankees who have […]

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Sports Rhyme Time with Cheesy Bruin

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PLYMOUTH ROCK, MA – Some of us are still celebrating our country’s Independence Day but and with that lack of sobriety comes a spike in creativity. Or at least a stretching of reality. With that comes today’s sports rhyme time.  Where you see the ellipses, follow with the words… Born…It’s a rarity these days to […]

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