1. Physicality Is the Name of the Game As Capitals Rock Flyers' World

    There is something to be said about motivation. For teams like the Washington Capitals, who are on the brink of being eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, motivation and drive are constant companions...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 722 reads 1 comments

  2. Anaheim Ducks-Dallas Stars: Ducks Hope Demons Exorcised; Look to Force Game 7

    As teams around the NHL Playoffs begin to face elimination some teams will fall, and others will possibly beat the odds and make a come back win in the series to move on...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 638 reads 0 comments

  3. Ducks-Stars: Anaheim Stays Alive, Hopes for Same Luck in Dallas

    My father once told me that a man is seen, not for what he does when times are good, but for what he does when things are terrible and his back is against the wall. That’s a man’s character...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 562 reads 1 comments

  4. Hiller May Be Answer Ducks Need to Survive Game 5

    According to the Los Angeles Times Online, with impending doom on the horizon for the Anaheim Ducks, Coach Randy Carlyle is considering starting Jonas Hiller over Jean Sebastian Giguere...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 389 reads 2 comments

  5. Ducks Fall to Stars 3-1: Series Could Be Decided Tomorow in Anaheim

    It is only fitting that the final score between the Anaheim Ducks and the Dallas Stars would also match the series score...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 255 reads 0 comments

  6. Philadelphia Flyers Could Use Gagne to Finish Series with Washington Capitals

    Since the 1998 Draft, when Simon Gagne was taken in the 1st round, 22nd overall, by the Flyers, I knew he would develop into a force in the Eastern Conference...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 801 reads 3 comments

  7. Perry May Be Addition Ducks Need Heading into Game 4

    With the Anaheim Ducks finding new motivation in Game 3 they may have an even better reason to be successful in Game 4 in Dallas tonight...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 391 reads 1 comments

  8. Brent Severyn: The Man Behind the Fists

    Many will immediately think this is a terrible picture of the former Dallas Star, Mighty Duck, and Florida Panther, but for me its the real side of Brent Severyn...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 1,369 reads 2 comments

  9. Ducks Keep Head Above Water As Stars Fall 4-2 in Game 3

    The Ducks took the ice in Dallas to a sold out covered in Black crowd that was more than pumped and ready to see their Stars win game three and prepare for a sweep of the Anaheim Ducks...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 384 reads 0 comments

  10. 2008 Armer Award: Nominate Now Bleacher Report!

    With fever on Bleacher Report growing about who should win the Conn Smythe, I decided I would begin nominations for an award I will hand out (not literally, only by writing an article about the player selected) after the Stanley Cup has been awarded...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 444 reads 5 comments

  11. Anaheim Ducks Look for Better Luck in Game 3 Against Dallas Stars

    The Dallas Stars landed at Dallas Love Field on their private charter with a smile on their faces due to a 2-0 series lead on the 2007 Stanley Cup Champion Anaheim Ducks...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 525 reads 2 comments

  12. Ducks' Goose Cooked After 5-2 Loss to Stars; Leave for Dallas Down 2 in Series

    With Game 2 said and done and in the books it becomes apparent that if the Anaheim Ducks did read my previous article of what needed to be done to win Game 2, nothing went the right way for them...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 209 reads 2 comments

  13. Checklist for Ducks Success in Game Two, It's Now or Never Boys

    It has long been known in the hockey world that any "game one" is a feeling out of sorts of the other team, particularly in a playoff setting...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  14. Soaring Stars Roast Ducks 4-0 in Game One

    Heading into Game One of the quarterfinals between Anaheim and Dallas, I doubt anyone could have predicted such an outcome as the 4-0 Stars barbecue of the Ducks...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about 6 years ago 444 reads 2 comments

  15. Scott Niedermayer: Conn Smythe Winner As Ducks Repeat for Cup Champs

    It is said that "Offense wins games and defense wins championships" and i must say that I agree. Having played hockey since age twelve i can comment that this was true of when i played as well...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 6 years ago 21 reads 0 comments

  16. Balanced Attack of Ducks Missing One Key Piece to Puzzle

    The Ducks, although likely winner of the series against the Stars (this coming from a Stars and a Ducks fan), have one piece, or rather one man, missing from the puzzle that will hinder them from possibly re-lifting the Cup...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 6 years ago 434 reads 2 comments

  17. Baylor BB: Bears Shake Up the Big 12

    It has long been known at Baylor and around much of the Big 12 that Baylor women’s basketball was a force to be reckoned with, but as Dick Vitale might phrase it, "There’s a ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 6 years ago 714 reads 0 comments

  18. Is Szymanski the real deal?

    Stepping on the Baylor Campus as a freshman gave me a wide eyed view to the world of college football. I witnessed the amazing athletic abilities of recievers like Trent Shelton, Dominique Zeigler and quarterback Shawn Bell...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about almost 7 years ago 493 reads 0 comments