1. San Francisco Bulls Pick Up UNB Goaltender Travis Fullerton on ATO Contract

    Early last week, the San Francisco Bulls signed University of New Brunswick goaltender Travis Fullerton to back up Taylor Nelson the remainder of the year on an Amateur Try Out contract...

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  2. University of New Brunswick: Canadian Interuniversity Sport Hockey Champions

    What better way is there to celebrate St. Patrick's Day for the University of New Brunswick men's hockey team than winning their fifth Canadian Interuniversity Sport University ...

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  3. Terrell Owens: Cereal Killer!

    From league fights to breaking records and staring in his own show on VH1, Terrell Owens doesn’t stop reigning the sports media. Now T.O. has a new product to market: The extremely limited edition of T...

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  4. Kodak Moment: Abby Wambach Scores 100th Goal at Home in Rochester

    ROCHESTER, N.Y.: It was at the 78-minute mark when Abby Wambach cornered the ball past the lower right side of Canadian goalkeeper, Karina LeBlanc, on Sunday's, 1-0, victory, against Canada in her hometown of Rochester, N...

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  5. Remembering Walter Cronkite: First Reporting in Sports

    Journalism legend, Walter Cronkite, died at 92. Cronkite is most known for his breaking hard news coverage of the Kennedy assassination (the first time Cronkite shed a tear ...

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  6. World's Imaging Centre Captures North America's Largest Sports Market

    Rochester, N.Y. isn’t exactly the first city that comes to mind when thinking about big market professional sport teams. The closest city, to Rochester, with big market teams is an hour southwest in Buffalo, N...

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  7. Cornell-Bemidji State: Big Red Fails to Make Big Plays

    Cornell men’s hockey ended on Sunday with a, 4-1, defeat against the Bemidji State Beavers. Freshman, Sean Collins, scored the lone goal for the Big Red (22-10-4) after a scoreless first period...

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  8. New Hampshire-Boston: Frozen Four Hopes Slip Past Wildcats

    Jason Lawrence scored a power-play goal with 15 seconds remaining in regulation to lift No. 1-ranked and top-seeded Boston University to a 2-1 victory against 12th-ranked University ...

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  9. Miami (OH)-UMD: Redhawks on Their Way to the Frozen Four

    Frozen Four fantasies comes true for Miami Hockey as the Redhawks defeated Minnesota-Duluth, 2-1, in finals of the NCAA Western Regional games...

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  10. Vermont-Air Force: Catamounts Seal the Deal with 3-2 Victory

    Third seeded Vermont tops No. 4 Air Force, 3-2, in double overtime to advance to the 2009 Frozen Four in Washington, D.C., in Bridgeport, Conn., on Sunday...

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  11. Notre Dame-Bemidji State: Fighting Irish Fail to Come Up with Plays

    Notre Dame found itself on the wrong end of the puck, as the Irish fell behind Bemidji State on a strange goal less than two minutes into the game on Saturday in the, 5-1, loss in ...

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  12. Boston-Ohio State: Terriers Continue To Make Bean Town Proud

    No. 1 overall ranked and seeded Boston University men's ice hockey team heads on to the second round of the NCAA tournament after their 8-3 victory against fourth-ranked Ohio State in Manchester, N...

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  13. Cornell-Northeastern: Big Red Makes Big Plays

    Cornell senior Evan Barlows scored a goal with less than 18 seconds remaining in the third period to give the Cornell men's hockey team a 3-2, come-from-behind victory over ...

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  14. UNH-North Dakota: Wildcats' Goal with .1 Second Left Leads to OT Win

    There was no doubt that New Hampshire’s Peter LeBlanc was the hero of the game on Saturday in their 6-5 OT victory against the No. 2 North Dakota Fighting Sioux...

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  15. Princeton-UMD: Overtime Thriller Sends the Tigers Packing

    There have been greater comebacks in the 65-year history of University of Minnesota-Duluth hockey, but this one marks as the most astonishing one of all, UMD men’s hockey website said...

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  16. Denver-Miami (OH): Pioneers Out of the Crease, Out of the Tournament

    Making its 20th appearance in the NCAA Division I men's ice hockey tournament, seven-time champion Denver earned the No. 1 seed of the 2009 West Regional, but was upset by No. 4 Miami (Ohio) on Friday, 4-2, at Mariucci Arena in Minneapolis, Minn...

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  17. Vermont-Yale: Sneaky Wristers Goes 5-Hole for the Catamount's 4-1 Victory

    Vermont head coach Kelvin Sneddon admits there were quite a few people who were "disappointed" when his program decided to leap from the ECAC Hockey League to neighboring and rival conference Hockey East after the 2004-2005 season...

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  18. Michigan-Air Force: No. 3 Wolverines Upset in The NCAA First Round

    No. 15 ranked Air Force men’s ice hockey team shut out No. 3 University of Michigan in the NCAA East Regional semifinal on Friday, 2-0, in Bridgeport, Conn...

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  19. Syracuse-Oklahoma: First Meeting Since Fateful '03

    ESPN commentators predicted on Wednesday night that out of the three seeds left in the 2009 NCAA Tournament, Syracuse would be the one most likely to cut down the nets after the final game, but it will be no easy road to get there...

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  20. What Bleacher Report Gives YOU!

    “Doing what you love is freedom. Loving what you do is happiness.” Bleacher Report, Inc...

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  21. Syracuse Runs Out of Gas, Flynn Walks Away As Big East Tournament MVP

    The Syracuse Orange (26-9) simply ran out of gas in the Big East Finals on Saturday night against the Louisville Cardinals, but for Louisville (28-5) will likely be a No. 1 seed heading into the NCAA tournament...

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  22. T.O.: “I'm Leaving America's Team for North America's Team”

    On March 7, wide receiver Terrell Owens agreed to a one-year, $6.5 million deal with the Buffalo Bills ...

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  23. The Toronto Bills?

    The Buffalo Bills are one step closer to playing games in Toronto full time, as Toronto Argonauts co-owners, David Cynamon and Howard Sokolowski, floated the idea of a CFL consortium in purchasing the team...

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  24. No. 18 Syracuse Defeats No. 3 UConn in 6-OT Epic

    The No. 18 Syracuse Orange (25-8) got another shot against the big, bad Huskies of, the now, No. 4 UConn team (27-4) at 9 p.m...

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  25. The Good, the Bad, the Funny, and...the Funnier Sports Quotes

    Many famous athletes are known for how they play the game. Others are known for what they say. Take Michael Jordan and Sean Avery, for example. Jordan is inspirational...

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