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Autumnal Ward Wednesday: Vikes Stink, Giants & Jets Done, Mets Out. My Interest in Sports Dropping Like Leaves

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BRONX, NY – Well, as of 9:30 am EST yesterday, it’s officially autumn. This season is one of the main reasons palookas like me live here in the Northeast. It’s the time of year that everything just seems so damn cozy—temperatures, clothes, your bed, even tucking yourself into a book. I’ll also be sure enjoy […]

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Angry Ward Wednesday: The NHL, Yankees in Hell, and Here Comes the NFL!

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BRONX, NY – On Labor Day my friends and I had our 2020 Fantasy Football Draft. It was chock full of surprises, super sleepers, and the kind of insightful football info you can only get from a bunch of rapidly-aging white guy losers. I can’t wait to tell you all about it! Just kidding. You’ve […]

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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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The Joy of Painting, NHL Hockey Saves Day, Mets Ruin Subway Series

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BLOOMINGBURG, NY – My mind is cluttered and that’s never beneficial if you have to get thoughts out to post something for this website. So it’s a bit after three in the afternoon and I’m watching the late Bob Ross and his narcoleptic voice is making me feel somewhat better. Man, that guy could control […]

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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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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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Big Ben Tuesday: NHL Regular Season Wrap, NY Rangers Bright Future

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New York, NY: If you’re looking to read about the Mets’ behaving like a functional baseball team or the Yankees’ power surge, hit the bricks. We’re sticking with hockey. The playoffs are about to start and nothing beats playoff hockey. The regular season was outstanding and several high powered teams are gearing up for battle. […]

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Puck Faces: NHL Trade Deadline Moves; Hayes to Hockey Siberia, Agitator Lemieux Jr

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NEW YORK, NY – The NHL  trade deadline came and went on Monday and the New York Hockey Rangers traded the players everyone expected them to trade. We knew trades were imminent when Kevin Hayes and Mats Zuccarello were healthy scratches for Saturday’s matinee against the Devils at the garden. Later that evening we learned […]

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Fatso Hits A Homer, Boy George Kentucky Derby Queen, Couch Potato Sports

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BRONX, NY– I’m dog-sitting on yet another overcast/rainy Seattle-like Saturday. It’s just me, my dog Biscuit and the vociferous Griffey for an extended weekend. I’ve really got to teach Angry Ward’s dog Griffey (yep, that Griffey) how to “drop a deuce” in the rain in quicker fashion than he does now. It’s almost as if […]

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