1. Flyers-Penguins: Game Two Tips For Philadelphia

    After an impressive Game One victory, the Pittsburgh Penguins will look to build their momentum in Game Two. They'll have it a bit easier as the Flyers will be without steady backliner Kimmo Timonen due to a blood clot...

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  2. All-Time NHL Team: Defense

    On our journey to creating the All-Time NHL Team, our next stop is the blueline. I am going to pick six of the greatest ever to fill out this unit, some you know very well, others you may not...

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  3. All-Time NHL Team: Goalies

    To kick off the All-Time NHL Team selection, I decided to do as most successful teams do: build from the net out.While coming up with my three choices for the goaltender slot, three names jumped out in my mind as fairly obvious choices...

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  4. All-Time NHL Team

    Just a quick little diddy for those of you who read me on a fairly regular basis. Over the next few days, I'm going to form an All-Time NHL team...

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  5. Rangers Captain Jaromir Jagr Unsure of Future

    Rest and Uncertainty. That's all that remain on the mind of Rangers captain Jaromir Jagr. The 36 year old winger becomes an unrestricted free agent this off-season and it is unknown if he will ...

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  6. To Hell With Charlie Weis

    Apparently, Charlie Weis is out to rekindle a rivalry. http://www.uhnd.com/bb/forum/index.php?action=display&forumid=6&msgid=75653 Them's fightin' words to me. "To hell with Michigan," hey? Well ease up there, Charles...

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  7. Eastern Conference Finals Predictions

    Here we are. The final two in the East ready to deul for the right to head to the Stanley Cup Finals. The Philadelphia Flyers and the Pittsburgh Penguins walked different paths to ...

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  8. NHL: Who's Got Hart?

    Last week, the three finalists for the Hart Trophy, the NHL's regular season MVP, were chosen. Calgary's Jarome Iginla will get the short end of the stick in this nomination, but don't discount the tremendous year that he had...

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  9. Canadiens Done; Flyers Look Ahead to Conference Finals

    Tonight marked the end of the top-seeded Habs run in the 2008 NHL playoffs. Heading into their semi-finals match up with the Philadelphia Flyers, the Habs were favored and fans felt it was the ...

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  10. 2008 NHL Playoffs: New York Rangers Live to Fight Another Day

    The New York Rangers hosted Game 4 of their Eastern Conference semi-final match up with the Pittsburgh Penguins trailing 3-0 and looking to stave off elimination...

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  11. Atlanta Falcons: Sorry Falcons Fans, Matt Ryan Isn't The Answer

    The quarterback position is widely regarded as the most important in all of football. Just how far your team goes all depends on the competency of your field general...

    Ryan  Written by Ryan about over 6 years ago 1,365 reads 3 comments

  12. Analysis of Michigan's 2008 Draft Class

    I'm here to take a look at how the Wolverines fared in sending its players into the NFL this season. Before we got close to the draft, Jake Long was really the only guy from Michigan being touted anywhere near the front of the draft...

    Ryan  Written by Ryan about over 6 years ago 931 reads 3 comments

  13. 2003 NHL Entry Draft Revisited

    It is usually said that it takes five years before one can fully judge a draft. Well, it doesn't take a mathematician to figure out that it's been five years since the 2003 NHL Entry Draft...

    Ryan  Written by Ryan about over 6 years ago 1,141 reads 3 comments

  14. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Year of the Underachiever

    This spring has been filled with storylines in the NHL playoffs. Philadelphia's run went from worst in the league last year to advancing to the second round after a hard fought seven-game victory over Washington this year...

    Ryan  Written by Ryan about over 6 years ago 391 reads 3 comments

  15. Shavodrick Beaver Joins Kevin Newsome in Wolverines 2009 Class

    Texas Rider HS QB Shavodrick Beaver committed to Michigan today joining VA Western Branch HS QB Kevin Newsome in the Wolverines' 2009 QB class...

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  16. Detroit-Colorado: Avs on the Brink

    Wasn't this series at least supposed to be closer?That thought kept ringing in my mind after Detroit took game three of their Western conference semi-final matchup up in Colorado, ...

    Ryan  Written by Ryan about over 6 years ago 442 reads 1 comments

  17. The Great Debate: Sid the Kid or Alexander the GR8?

    Debating is one of the fun things about sports. Kobe or Shaq? Brady or Manning? And so on and so forth.Thankfully, the NHL has a wonderful debate on their hands: who is the NHL's ...

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  18. Get Over it, WVU

    I would like to direct this to the faithful of West Virginia and the entire Big Ten: enough is enough. Leave the man alone.The man in question? None other than Michigan's very own head coach, Rich Rodriguez...

    Ryan  Written by Ryan about over 6 years ago 1,069 reads 42 comments

  19. The State of Michigan Football

    It's been a turbulent few months for the Maize and Blue faithful, but this fan has high hopes.Granted, we have to face an Ohio State team that seems poised to not only make their third straight National Championship game, but to finally win one...

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  20. In Defense of Thomas Vanek

    In the sporting world, we fans often put unfair expectations and labels on younger athletes who play for our favorite teams...

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  21. Looking Ahead: Moves to Bring The Sabres Back To Contention

    When thinking about Sabres histroy, the 2007-2008 season will probably go down as the streakiest season in team history...

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  22. Colorado Avalanche: Ride Off Into The Sunset, Peter Forsberg

    Memories are part of life's allure.They give us immense joy, unbelievable sadness, and sometimes, a yearning for days past. As much as I enjoy watching Peter Forsberg, the memories are so much better...

    Ryan  Written by Ryan about over 6 years ago 698 reads 4 comments

  23. Sharks Struggles: Oh, What a Disappointment

    Potential is a funny thing. In the sports world, it can hold incredible value. Think about that insanity for a second. Teams spend boatloads of money and high draft picks on guys with no real proof that they can succeed on the big stage...

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  24. I Have a Man-Crush on Alex Ovechkin

    These days, it's hard to get attached to an athlete. They either lack the personality and charisma to be lovable, or they're so full of themselves that you hope they just go away...

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