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Sean Stebner is a sports fan who likes to write. About sports. And music. He is from New York and is equally as insufferable, if not more subtle, than any New York sports fan you've met. He follows the Yankees, Jets, and (New York Hockey) Rangers. His heroes are Hank Moody (Californication) and Spider-man. He one day hopes to be a wittier, more powerful combination of the two.
My latest article on the Quebec Nordiques possible return with the updates/latest. Feel free to edit and critue with your thoughts as no one has yet, I know you took great interest in my past Nords article(s) in particular.
In a Perfect World, Imposter Coyotes Would Win Cup, Then Move to Quebec
Thanks for the edit and gracious feedback, Sean! It's all very much appreciated.
Thanks for your help with my article!
Thanks for the edits, and the comments, Sean.
I can see your point about the same teams, seemingly, being in the title game every year; that can get old. However, even more disappointing is a game where the opponent is completely overmatched and gets blown out.
Thanks again :)
You might be interested in my latest article on Canadian teams and the possible return to Quebec, Winnipeg, and Hartford (CT). I rememeber how you liked my last one. In the article includes the latest on the above situations with links in the article.
maybe you want to edit it? either way, let me know what you think of it.
Hockey Traditionalists Better Hope Coyotes, Thrashers, and Panthers lose soon
Big East Conference and Pac-10 Conference are proper nouns. No need to change them.
Thanks for reading and editing my article, Sean. I hope you will be able to follow the CFL a little more because they need all the fans they can get.
Sean, just a word of thanks for the review and edit on my article re: "Guarantees being paid in college football" --
The review and edit are greatly appreciated!
Thanks Sean for the edits and feedback.
I think the mock drafts are difficult to project even one round, as maybe ten to 12 out of 32 is often considered "expert" analysis, but at this point in the season, my Bronco mock drafts are just wish lists with a generally close projections of where guys will go. I think Mesko is a solid player, and he could go well before the seventh round. If he does, I'd be happy to keep Berger around one more year and go for Ryan Donahue in 2011
Thank you Sean for the edits..