1. Flight Change Saves AHL Referee and His Family

    An American Hockey League official and his family had tickets for Continental Airline Flight 3407 that crashed in Buffalo on Feb. 12. Jeff Smith, AHL 's senior referee, drove right past Buffalo-Niagara International Airport on Feb...

    Britney Milazzo Written by Britney Milazzo about over 5 years ago 934 reads 2 comments

  2. How to Become an NCAA Division I Student-Athlete

    Discipline. Maturity. Self-mastery. Those three qualities define a college student-athlete. However gifted, they must cultivate those qualities in order to realize their potential...

    Britney Milazzo Written by Britney Milazzo about over 5 years ago 4,141 reads 1 comments

  3. Buffalo Sabres Pay Tribute to Continental Airlines Flight 3407 Crash Victims

    The Buffalo Sabres played the San Jose Sharks as scheduled Friday night, turning down an offer from the NHL to postpone the game a day after 50 people were killed when Continental ...

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  4. Jason "J-Mac" McElwain: Autism, Basketball and Life Without Limits

    Autism: n. A developmental disorder characterized by severe deficits in social interaction, by a limited range of activities and interests, and often by the presence of repetitive behaviors...

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  5. Live from Phoenix, It's the Buffalo Sabres

    Blue and white Buffalo Sabres ' jerseys flooded the crowd at Jobing.Com Arena in Glendale, Ariz. on Saturday night as the Sabres triumphed in the desert with a 2-0 win over the Phoenix Coyotes ...

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  6. On Thin Ice: Controversy Behind the 2009 NHL All-Star Game Location

    You lace up the skates, put on the gloves, strap on the helmet and skate onto the ice like nothing else matters. Your world is absolutely perfect for the next couple of hours...

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  7. Christine Nieva: The Face of Two Nations

    Being a dual citizen has placed several roadblocks in front of Christine Nieva’s future; the most significant having to do with soccer or as she calls it in her first language of Spanish, “futbol...

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  8. USA All the Way: Is the U.S. Women's Soccer Team Ready for Beijing?

    Is the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team ready for Beijing? Some people are shrouding a cloud over the team and questions are stirring up controversy...

    Britney Milazzo Written by Britney Milazzo about 6 years ago 910 reads 3 comments

  9. Buffalo Sabres Lose Affiliation with Rochester

    The Rochester Americans used to be the only team in the American Hockey League to produce talent for two NHL franchises: The Buffalo Sabres and the Florida Panthers. However, that changed last season...

    Britney Milazzo Written by Britney Milazzo about 6 years ago 883 reads 4 comments

  10. The NFL Cops a "Feeley": AJ Feeley Signs a Three-Year Extension Deal With Philly

    It seems as though the NFL is “Copping a Feeley” with A.J. Feeley . Sometimes, second really is the best, especially when you keep getting a chance with a different team every few years...

    Britney Milazzo Written by Britney Milazzo about 6 years ago 974 reads 5 comments

  11. Arizona State University Student-Athletes: Breaking an Academic Sweat

    At Arizona State University, the athletic department takes pride not only in the excellence the athletes perform on the field, but their success in the classroom...

    Britney Milazzo Written by Britney Milazzo about 6 years ago 1,472 reads 2 comments