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The Puck Stops Here, Says “The Finnisher.” New Gretzky, Isles On Cup Trotz. NHL Playoffs Nuggets

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY– Amid all the chaos in this world and the passing of Tom Seaver, which Matt McCarthy covered so eloquently on Friday, later that day we were all reminded and treated to why sports fans tune into live games. There were two Stanley Cup Game 7’s where both Vancouver and Colorado clawed back from […]

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Big Ben: Covid-Ranting, 77 NFL Players Test Positive then Negative, Election Day Meteor

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WARREN, VT – I’m on vacation in Vermont. I saw a bear banging at the dumpster right by our condo. She was large. And I just read that 77 NFL players Tested Positive for the Coronavirus. Crap, the season is in trouble! Er, hold on. It seems that a Jersey lab screwed up. They were […]

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Blades Of Glory, Leafs To Turn Over Again, Covid Cup Playoffs, NHL Gambling Tips

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – There are certain movies that just suck you in to the point where there are better things to watch or more importantly do, but eschewing better judgment I opted for the figure skating farce Blades Of Glory. I needed humor after seeing the Boston Bruins in their first two exhibition game losses […]

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Dumb-Dumb Maker DeAndre Baker, Maple Leafs, MLB Life Support, NBA Defying COVID

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LOCKDOWN, NJ – After returning from a two-day attempted social distancing stay with the family upstate, I’m back to replace Short Matt today. It’s what I do. Here’s what caught my eye: Dumb-Dumb Maker DeAndre Bake, Maple Leafs, MLB Life Support, NBA Defying COVIDJUST IN DEPARTMENT DeAndre Baker was just charged with four counts of […]

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Belmont Stakes, Earl Campbell, Bobby Orr, NHL Playoffs Covid Chaos

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SHOHOLA, PA – Saturday was a beautiful, three-hour escape from all things troubling in our world. A truncated 152nd running of the Belmont Stakes was run and a handful of other races were televised as well, albeit in the barren Long Island landscape that I’ve come to love over my lifetime. Anybody who knows me […]

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Flag Day Sports Special: Kelley O’Hara, Rick Monday, Douglass MacArthur, Cheesy Bruin

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SHOHOLA, PA – I have returned! I’m quickly on the mend with the help of my lady and now nurse Kelly Belfast, who insisted my recovery from surgery take place in these Pennsylvania mountains. Today is almost a bittersweet day, given the tumult of current events but trudge on we will. In the wake of […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Stinky Sports Movies to Help You Forget Our Stinkier World

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BRONX (IS BURNING), NY – You know, I kept saying that this summer in NYC could shape up very much like 1977, and we’ve already got the looting piece covered on our bingo cards. All we need now is a blackout (I think this is a slam dunk), the Yankees making a run (if baseball […]

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Improbable Comebacks from Worst Sports Injuries, Lou Gehrig & GOAT

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MOUNT SINAI – No, we’re not hosting today’s exchange from what is more commonly known as Jabal Musa – the mountain in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. That’s the possible location of the biblical Mount Sinai, the place where Moses Malone received the Ten Commandments. Indeed, we are reporting [virtually] from the famed NYC hospital, as per […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: Staring Down Summer Through the Eyes of My Brothers

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BRONX, NY – So, it’s not even half over yet, and already I have no problem crowning 2020 as the runaway winner of “Worst Year of My Life, So Far.” What an absolute sh!tshow. Even Rod Serling would be like, “C’mon guys, all of these things at once? There’s enough material here for at least […]

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What’s In A Nickname? Best or Worst Sports Nicknames

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – Nicknames are a sign of belonging and studies have shown that made-up monikers help a young person’s self esteem. To the professional athlete, nicknames are often given to accentuate their specific skill or overall mastery of the game. There’s little argument in most of these names – like “The Sultan of Swat,” […]

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