1. Boston-New York: A Meaningful Game... in Hockey?!

    Boston against New York. First place on the line. Nope. I'm not talking about football, though Thursday night's classic at Foxborough (where the Jets won 34-31) has many ridiculing the NFL's overtime format once again...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 5 years ago 279 reads 3 comments

  2. Warner and the Cardinals: 10 Wins In The Cards?

    It’s amazing how the experts always get proven wrong in sports. At the start of the NFL season, I was hearing commentaries on sports talk shows that the Arizona Cardinals should have given the quarterback reins to Matt Leinart...

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  3. Baseball Epics Created By Coin Flips: Please Don't Change It!

    Major League Baseball will apparently vote to eliminate coin flips used for determining sites for one-game playoffs to decide division or wild-card berths. That, in my view, would be a tragic mistake...

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  4. Boston Bruins October Recap

    In a sports town where the other three teams have won championships this decade, the Boston Bruins are the weak link in Beantown. However, the B's had a decent month of October, and went 5-3-3...

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  5. Flames Win Sixth Straight

    How about those Calgary Flames? The hottest team in the NHL right now, the Flames have now won six straight, following a 3-2 triumph over the Los Angeles Kings on Saturday night...

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  6. Different Leafs in 2008-09? Toronto Rallies to Beat Rangers

    The New York Rangers-Toronto Maple Leafs tilt at the Air Canada Centre on Saturday night was the type of game the Leafs would have lost last season...

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  7. Why Not Andy Moog?

    The Hockey News recently listed former Boston Bruins netminder Andy Moog's 1992-93 mask as being the scarriest in hockey history...

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  8. The World Series: Does It Still Matter?

    Just over a decade ago, baseball’s Fall Classic was meaningful. From 1991 to 1997, ie. Before the Yankees started their dynasty by proving 1996 wasn’t a fluke and minus the strike season in 1994, every World Series was intriguing...

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  9. NHL Musings: Flames, Leafs, and Favre?

    In the opening weeks of the NHL season, two head coaches were reported to be in the hot seat: Chicago's Denis Savard and Calgary's Mike Keenan...

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  10. Even the Great Ones Couldn't Save Their Teams on Sunday

    Sunday... a great day of sports action with all the pigskin blowouts and nailbiters, a classic seventh game in the ALCS. There were even a couple of contests on the ice to boot...

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  11. Random Thoughts: Raycroft, Gretzky, Red Sox

    Raycroft wins second straightThe Dallas Stars faced the Colorado Avalanche on Saturday afternoon, in a game that wasn't televised in my area, but I'd found out Avalanche Head Coach Tony Granato was starting Andrew Raycroft...

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  12. Blackhawks Fire Savard and Bring in Quenneville... The Right Move?

    I call this Sean Crowe karma. Crowe, the NFL Community Leader here on Bleacher Report, had decided this off-season to became a Chicago Blackhawks fan...

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  13. ALCS: Red Sox Thoughts

    The Boston Red Sox that I'd rooted for in my youth were a completely different team. They had one superstar pitcher (until he became a traitor) and some decent hitters...

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  14. Canucks manage only 10 shots in 5-1 loss in Washington

    Following a 6-0-1 preseason and two thrilling victories over the Calgary Flames to begin the 2008-09 regular season, the Vancouver Canucks have finally regained their form from last year...

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  15. The Penguins Are the Defending Eastern Conference Champions?

    Not sure what happened to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night, but being outshot by a 3-1 margin? On home ice at the Mellon Arena? Come on...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 5 years ago 413 reads 2 comments

  16. Los Angeles Dodgers' NLCS Thoughts

    Taking a look at the L.A. Dodgers' roster would leave many in awe. So many big names on the Dodgers. The arms, for instance, that L.A. trotted out there in Game One of the NLCS would make any team envious...

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  17. Did the NHL Season Really Start Today?

    I found myself not really caring today that the NHL season started. Maybe I got Sean Crowe's disease; I don't know. But starting the regular season in Prague (Rangers vs. Lightning) and Stockholm (Penguins vs...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about almost 6 years ago 457 reads 7 comments

  18. Joe Torre's October Magic Continues

    The Joe Torre postseason magic has happened again. Torre's Los Angeles Dodgers have swept the Chicago Cubs, the best team in the National League during the regular season, finishing off their ALDS Saturday night at Chavez Ravine with a 3-1 victory...

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  19. Chicago White Sox-Minnesota Twins: Random Thoughts

    The Chicago White Sox shut out the Minnesota Twins 1-0 in their one-game playoff Tuesday night, clinching the AL Central division title...

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  20. What's with All the Hate for Bob Cole?

    Jared Smith made a great point right here on Bleacher Report about how fans overreact on announcers making little mistakes such as missing a player's name. I couldn't agree more with Mr. Smith's sentiments...

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  21. Celebrating the Atlanta Braves and New York Yankees' Success

    I am not a Yankee fan. Nope. I don't like the Braves either. Yet, when you look back at their lengthy periods of excellence, you've just got to tip your caps to both organizations...

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  22. Blue Jays' Mission: Stop The Moose

    The Toronto Blue Jays' season was officially over with their 3-0 loss to the Boston Red Sox Sunday at Rogers Centre, as the Blue Birds were mathematically eliminated from postseason contention...

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  23. What Should the Mariners and Seahawks Do?

    To say it's been a dreadful sports year in Seattle is a big understatement. The NBA Sonics are no longer in town, having relocated to Oklahoma City, and oh—the Sonics didn't ...

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  24. Random Rants on Action this Weekend...

    I love it every time the experts get it wrong.Sunday, the New England Patriots were supposed to be dead in New York facing Brett Favre and the Jets. After all, reigning MVP Tom Brady was gone for the season...

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  25. Saturday in Baseball

    The fading Arizona Diamondbacks blew a ninth-inning lead, and then watched ex-friend Micah Owings stick a dagger into their hearts on Saturday night. Nope. It wasn't Owings' pitching that seriously hampered Arizona's playoff chances...

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