1. Baseball's Golden Boy and Our Generations Last Hope

    Yesterday afternoon Albert Pujols hit his 42nd home run of the 2009 season. But that homerun means so much more then pushing Pujols to 69th all-time in home runs, it gives baseball fans a glimmer ...

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  2. Steve Yzerman: One of Few Rising Stars in NHL Front Offices

    With NHL free agency settling down over the last few weeks, one of the hot topics of conversation within the hockey world seems to be the 2010 Olympics. And in my hometown, it's all about Team Canada...

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  3. A Dramatic Summer To Say the Least

    For me, summertime is the most boring time of the year when it comes to the sports world, because quite frankly, I can’t get my mind invigorated in the game of baseball...

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  4. Working Against the Cap: Who Can the Blackhawks Afford To Keep?

    The NHL salary cap has been slightly increased for the 2009-10 season from $56.7 million to $56.8 million. This came as a surprise to some NHL general managers, including Toronto Maple Leafs ...

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  5. Looking Back: NHL's Booms and Busts of 2008 Free Agency

    I’ve decided that I’m not going to bore anyone with another article on my prediction for Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Finals tonight. I’ve read plenty already, most of which make great points favoring either the Wings or the Pens...

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  6. Chris Chelios: Time To Call It Quits?

    The Detroit Red Wings are one victory away from capturing their second straight Stanley Cup, and we all know it’s their immense depth and mix of young and old that makes them so successful as a team...

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  7. Alex Rios Needs to Think Before He Acts

    One of the big questions when it comes to professional athletes in modern day society is whether or not they should be role models.In fact, I wrote a huge piece on it for school...

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  8. One Ring For Every Finger

    The talk surrounding the NBA finals right now is whether or not Kobe Bryant can solidify his legacy by winning a fourth NBA title and win his first without Shaquille O’neal by his side...

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  9. Penguins-Red Wings: The Pens Got the Message

    Looking back at game four, it really was a do-or-die game for the Pittsburgh Penguins. A win turns the series into a best of three and loss puts Pittsburgh on the ropes, down 3-1 heading back to Joe Louis...

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  10. Role Call: What the Pens Need to Win Game Four

    If the Stanley Cup finals series goes six or seven games, Evgeni Malkin, who sits at 33 points right now, could very well be the first player since Wayne Gretzky (in 1993) to score 40 points in the playoffs...

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  11. Red Wings and Penguins: Veterans Are Getting It Done

    Growing up, hockey names like Sergei Gonchar, Niklas Lidstrom, Bill Guerin and Chris Osgood were hot commodities around the league...

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  12. The Unsung Heroes: Why the Red Wings Are A Modern Day Dynasty

    Odds are the Detroit Red Wings are going to take the Western Conference finals series over the Chicago Blackhawks whether its tonight or Saturday night. Meaning that for the 5th time in 12 years the Wings are going to make a trip to the big dance...

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  13. Win and They Will Come

    I don’t know another person who finds the Jim Balsillie vs. Gary Bettman more annoying then I do so all I’m going to say about the fight for the Phoenix franchise is this...

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  14. Double Dose of Schenn Possibility For Leafs

    As the Stanley Cup finals come to a close and draft day edges closer and closer, Toronto Maple Leafs fans lick their lips at the slim chance that General Manager Brian Burke will trade all ...

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  15. Raise a Glass or Syringe to the Class of 2013?

    The sports media and fans alike have labeled this era in baseball as the “steroid era” and rightfully so...

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  16. Hedman Could Sneak in at No. 1

    For the basement NHL teams, the latter part of this season was dedicated to the pursuit of John Tavares. But as we edge closer and closer to the NHL draft its becoming apparent that ...

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  17. March of the Penguins: Pittsburgh Continues Playoff Excellence

    I'm not going to lie, in my playoff pool I had the Penguins going down in the first round to the Philadelphia Flyers. Well call me any name you want now for that prediction...

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