1. Interview with New York Rangers Hopeful Dale Weise

    Towards the end of last season, the New York Rangers called up one of their prospects, and most Ranger fans were anxious to see him being given a shot...

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  2. Confirmed: New York Rangers Will Wear Third Jersey Next Season

    According to SNY Rangers Blog , the New York Rangers will be sporting a third jersey next season. They have it confirmed with an inside source who says stores are already placing orders for the jersey from Reebok...

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  3. Teeth For Sale: Ted Kennedy, Former Maple Leaf Captain's Teeth Up for Auction

    This definitely has to go down as the strangest item I have ever seen listed in an auction anywhere. The fake teeth of former Toronto Maple Leaf captain Ted “Teeder” Kennedy are up for sale on Classic Auctions ...

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  4. Should the Rangers Make a Move to Give Kovalev Third Stint on Broadway?

    This afternoon, during Steve Zipay’s weekly chat with New York Rangers fans, the writer proposed a trade the team should consider. He suggested that the Rangers send Michal Rozsival to the Ottawa Senators for Alexei Kovalev...

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  5. Watered Down Baseball: What Happened to My Game?

    On May 1, 1920, the Major Leagues would witness the longest game in the history of the sport. The Brooklyn Robins battled the Boston Braves in a game that would eventually end in ...

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  6. Interview With Morgan Ensberg, Former Member Of Astros, Padres, Yankees

    Does everyone remember the EA Sports video game MVP Baseball 2004 ? The reason why I ask, is because when I think back to that game and all the players on opposing teams that used to burn me whenever I played it, the name Morgan Ensberg came to mind...

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  7. What Lies Ahead for the New York Rangers (Satire…maybe)

    The first time I wrote one of these prediction pieces was back on Metro Hockey, and I must say, I did not come close with any of them, except the one where I had Chris Higgins scoring his first goal in February...

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  8. New York Rangers Fans Voice Their Opinion On Who Stays, Who Goes

    In a recent study conducted by Phil Kocher, of Dissension Media , on a New York Rangers message board that will remain anonymous for the time being, he meticulously created 25 poll ...

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  9. MLB Hottest Players: Edition No. 2

    We will be closing in on the thirty game mark in the 2010 Major League Baseball season, and we still have players continuing to surprise, and star players that are struggling...

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  10. Greg's Second Round NHL Playoff Predictions

    The NHL may finally be on the right track after this first round of the 2010 playoffs. From sure-bets to upsets, we had it all. The crowds were into it, and the electricity was pumping through every spectator...

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  11. Jacques Lemaire, New Jersey Devils' Coach and the Embodiment of Class, Retires

    This afternoon Jacques Lemaire, the head coach of the New Jersey Devils, announced his retirement. Various sources claim he will still remain in the organization with another job, ...

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  12. Interview with NHL/Rangers Analyst and Author Russ Cohen

    When it comes to hockey analysts, Russ Cohen is a jack of all trades. He hosts a hockey radio show on XM satellite radio, runs Sportsology , and even co-authored the ultimate book ...

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  13. For Goalies, Regular Season Rest is the Key to NHL Playoff Success

    In the last few seasons, goalies in the NHL have prided themselves in playing as many games as they can possibly play. It is almost like a competition in itself, to see who can become the Iron-Man of goaltenders...

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  14. Baseball History: New York Mets-St. Louis Cardinals Game Reminiscent Of 1985

    On the night of July 4, 1985, the New York Mets and Atlanta Braves played just another ordinary regular season game. Fans entered the stadium or turned on the broadcast at home expecting to see just another ball game...

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  15. MLB's Hottest Players: Edition #1

    Through roughly 10 games in the 2010 Major League Baseball season, we have already seen some crazy games; there was Ubaldo Jimenez’s no-hitter tonight, the first in Colorado ...

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  16. New York Rangers Backup Goalie Situation Heading Into Next Year

    The New York Rangers had a revolving door of backup goaltenders this season, making it the first time since before the lockout that the team used five goalies in a single season...

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  17. Greg's 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Playoff Predictions

    It’s that time of year again, when everyone loves hockey! The playoffs have finally come and although my team is not in it, I am still excited it...

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  18. Flyers Send Rangers Packing in Pressure Filled Final Game

    Aside from the fourth line, the New York Rangers should be embarrassed for not being able to defeat the Flyers in a game in which Henrik Lundqvist played his best game of the season and made 46 saves...

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  19. Rangers and Flyers: Epic Showdown Decides Playoffs

    This is going to be a very short post, mainly because, what is there to say? Win, and their in. Lose, and their done...

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  20. New York Rangers Defeat Flyers; Set Up Epic Sunday Afternoon Showdown

    The New York Rangers had their backs against the wall tonight. One loss, and they would be eliminated from playoff contention. One win in overtime, and it would make things interesting...

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  21. Semper Fi, Do or Die: New York Rangers Must Win to Stay Alive

    If the New York Rangers fail to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers at home tonight, Jim Dolan can forget about summer renovations to Madison Square Garden—he will have to build a completely new one...

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  22. San Francisco-Houston: Giants Top Astros On Opening Day

    It was not easy in the end, but the Giants could breathe a sigh of relief as they did not let their 5-0 lead in the ninth inning slip away completely. Tim Lincecum cruised for the first seven innings, allowing only four hits and striking out seven...

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  23. MLB Opening Day Gives All Teams Chance for Fresh Start

    First off, I would just like to wish everybody a very happy, secular, non-denominational day of spring and painted egg collecting. But for most of us, the most special part of this day is the first night of baseball in America...

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  24. New York Rangers Free Agents: Who Stays, Who Goes?

    Even if the New York Rangers manage to slip into the playoffs, they must begin to look to the future, starting with their own free agents. The blueshirts must decide who they will bring back and let walk when the offseason begins...

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  25. Managing Your Hockey Equipment: Choosing The Right Stick Flex

    The flex of a hockey stick is very important, because it is a measure of how stiff the shaft of a stick is. The shaft is the straight part of the stick that stretches all the way down to the blade...

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