1. Wait...the Pittsburgh Penguins didn't Win the Stanley Cup?

    Could have fooled me... Let me start off by saying I'm not a Red Wings fan, nor a Penguins fan, but I do admit I was rooting hard for the Wings to pull a victory out of this...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 799 reads 15 comments

  2. Nobody Watches Hockey, eh Tiger?

    When I saw the article published on Yahoo sports about Tiger Woods' comments referring to the great sport of hockey, I was almost dumbfounded. Not at his words, "Nobody watches Hockey anymore", but at the fact that he opened his mouth about it...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 626 reads 5 comments

  3. Note to African-American Athletes: the 1960s are Over

    This is the most controversial article I've ever written for Bleacher Report and probably will stand as that. Nevertheless, I was excited to get an email titled "Open Mic" and was eager to see the subject...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 1,488 reads 1 comments

  4. San Francisco Giants Continue to Play Damn Good Baseball

    Like every team in the majors, the Giants have had their ups and downs. From solid winning streaks to listless stretches of baseball, to games where the offense pounds in the runs, ...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 383 reads 2 comments

  5. Brian Rolston, Brooks Orpik Top List of New York Rangers' Free-Agent Targets

    With free agency just over a month away, it's time to look at the top free agent targets for the New York Rangers. Unlike last season, the Rangers do not need to improve upon much...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 999 reads 2 comments

  6. 2008 Philadelphia Flyers: A Cinderella Story

    In 2005-2006, the Flyers had their worst season in franchise history. Aside from going 22-48-12, the team had the worst defense and the third worst offense in the NHL. Paul Holmgren's job was on the line as fans were calling for his head...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 657 reads 5 comments

  7. John Bowker's Bat Solid, Barry Zito Falls Flat—San Francisco Giants' Surprises

    The San Francisco Giants, written off by the bay area before spring training even started, have done nothing but surprise us during the beginning of the season...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 507 reads 2 comments

  8. New York Rangers: A Season in Review

    "We now have the official report that the New York Rangers have agreed to terms with centers Chris Drury and Scott Gomez..."-TSN, July 1st 2007As soon as us Rangers fans heard or read that announcement, we were ecstatic...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 295 reads 0 comments

  9. Bleacher Report: Official Chat Room Now Open!

    After getting the "Okay" from Zander Freund, I have went ahead and created what will become the official chat room for the Bleacher Report Open Source Sports Network...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 535 reads 5 comments

  10. New York Rangers: Stayin' Alive

    Jaromir Jagr showed us all why he's captain of the New York Rangers. After trailing in the series 2-0, Jagr put the team on his shoulders and played the best playoff game of his Rangers career...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 272 reads 0 comments

  11. New York Rangers: Game Three is Do or Die

    For the first time in the 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the New York Rangers are in a must win situation. Although a loss will not eliminate them completely, it will make a series win nearly impossible and all but delay an early exit from the playoffs...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 295 reads 0 comments

  12. Barry Zito Done as a Starter

    After more than one season of horrible pitching, the highest paid pitcher in Major League Baseball is out of the starting rotation. I would have wished a further demotion, like a trade, but this is the next best thing...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 761 reads 3 comments

  13. Rangers-Penguins: NHL Agenda?

    If you read Eric Kuzmiak's article about saying that I don't have any humor, you may find this article to be humorous. You may even think I'm crazy or hell, you may think I hit the nail on the head...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 273 reads 0 comments

  14. Rangers-Penguins: Referee's Quick Whistle Helps Sink New York

    To the referees of last season's Rangers-Buffalo series, I apologize for all the names and expletives I used to describe you last year...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 751 reads 6 comments

  15. New York Rangers Woes: Less Talk, More Defense

    I'm as frustrated as the next Ranger fan when it came to the embellishment by Sidney Crosby in the last game and the ignorance by the officials which led to the Rangers' loss...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 273 reads 0 comments

  16. Giants Make Valiant Last Stand in Ninth; Fall 10-9

    Things got off to a bad start from the beginning for the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night. Just 10 pitches in Kevin Correia's start, he would have to leave the game with what appeared to be a back injury...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 396 reads 2 comments

  17. San Francisco Giants in Second Place: Just Imagine if they Actually Had a Team

    An 11-13 record may not be the nicest looking record, but it's good enough for the Giants to be in second place in the wild and wacky National League West division...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 479 reads 1 comments

  18. Three San Francisco Giants Make List of Top Six Fantasy Sleepers

    Top offensive sluggers in a slump? Pitching aces struggling to rack up K's? Don't worry! Check out these top fantasy baseball sleepers to fill those gaps in your lineup! Batters 1...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 605 reads 0 comments

  19. Rangers-Penguins: Embellishment Leads To New York Loss

    Last season, I thought the Rangers-Buffalo series was the worst officiated series I had ever watched in my life. I stand corrected.Tonight was an atrocious job by the referees...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 519 reads 13 comments

  20. New York Rangers: Keys to Beating the Pittsburgh Penguins

    When one sits down and looks at what lies ahead for the New York Rangers, the list is endless. After winning what seemed to be a very easy series in which the Rangers completely destroyed ...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 549 reads 1 comments

  21. NHL to Market "Avery Rule" T-Shirt

    We all know what happened, we know the situation. Game three of the Eastern Conference Quarter Finals. The Rangers are on a five on three powerplay. Sean Avery hates Martin Brodeur. Martin Brodeur hates Sean Avery...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 1,103 reads 0 comments

  22. Giants-Diamondbacks: San Francisco Looks to Take Baked Zito off the Menu

    Barry Zito’s career in San Francisco has been anything but successful (or call it bizarre if you read Nathaniel Stoltz’s article...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 366 reads 2 comments

  23. NHL Wants Complete Control over Player Uniform Trademarks

    When you think of Wayne Gretzky, what comes to your mind? A normal answer would be the countless offensive records he broke, the Stanley Cups, and the legend he created...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 167 reads 6 comments

  24. Detroit Red Wings: No More Octopus at 'the Joe'

    Many hockey teams have pre-game playoff traditions around the National Hockey League. The Rangers have John Amirante singing the American National Anthem while the crowd drowns him out...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 1,128 reads 1 comments

  25. Giants' Bats Awaken in Rout of Cardinals

    The offense of the San Francisco Giants finally awakened today in an 8-2 thumping of the St. Louis Cardinals. With the win, the Giants win the series taking two out of three and improving their season record to 8-11 and staying in 4th place in the N...

    Greg Caggiano Written by Greg Caggiano about 6 years ago 238 reads 0 comments