1. Carey Price Standing Up To the Critics

    Carey Price became the Montreal Canadiens unquestioned starting goaltender this season, and it has already paid dividends. When the Montreal Canadiens traded Jaroslav Halak this summer, many people thought they had made a huge mistake...

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  2. NY Yankees: Brett Gardner Deserves a Shot at The Lead-Off Spot

    Brett Gardner is having a great season at the plate. He currently ranks 8th in the American league in batting average at .333, and 2nd in stolen bases with 16, while being caught stealing only once...

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  3. Wayne Rooney: How a Star's Mishandling Could Cost His Country

    The signs were there. It started with an ankle injury in the first leg of Manchester United's Champions League match against Bayern Munich. Their star player, Wayne Rooney, lay in agony on the Munich pitch...

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  4. Jaroslav Halak: Behind the Wall

    Many people, including myself, have questioned Jaroslav Halak's goaltending. While it is popular consensus that he goes down too early and has trouble controlling rebounds, it is a fact that more often than not, he stops the puck...

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  5. Jaroslav Halak: Great Game, But No Patrick Roy

    Jaroslav Halak had one of the best single game performances in Montreal Canadiens history, stopping 53 shots in a 4-1 win over the Washington Capitals in game 6 of their Eastern conference quarterfinals...

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  6. Oakland Raiders: 2010 Draft Review

    The Oakland Raiders find themselves in an unfamiliar spot right now. A critically acclaimed spot. A spot that is gaining rave revues from experts, and for good reason. The Raiders filled holes at every needed position in the draft...

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  7. Alex Ferguson: A Thorn In England's Paw?

    Is Alex Ferguson a thorn in the Lions paw? That what many England fans are wondering after Wednesday's Champions League game between Manchester United and Bayern Munich...

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  8. Brett Gardner: Yankees Outfielder Is Primed For a Breakout Year

    Brett Gardner has the look of a man who knows it's his time. Everything about his demeanor on the diamond tells you this guy has come to the park to play ball. Gardner will see his 27th birthday this August, and is at the peak of his athletic prime...

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  9. The Philadelphia Eagles: Did They Get Enough For Donovan McNabb?

    In fact, we will not know the answer to this question for many years, as it remains to be seen who the Eagles will acquire with the draft picks they received from the Redskins. The short answer, however, is no...

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  10. Jaroslav Halak: Not Worth The Hype

    The Montreal Canadiens fans are currently being swept up in Halak fever. It is a very similar strain to Huet fever, and Theodore fever, which they suffered from a few years ago...

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  11. Wayne Rooney: Injury Could Be a Blessing For England

    When Wayne Rooney hobbled of the field in Munich on Tuesday, no doubt bad memories started flying through the head of every English person who cares anything about football. Now they can rest a little easier...

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  12. Carey Price: Scapegoat For a Soft Team

    Carey Price has been the target of much undeserved criticism this season for the Montreal Canadiens. A typical example is the Montreal Gazette's headline that read: "Price Blows ...

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  13. Lionel Messi: Great, But Not Yet The Greatest

    Lionel Messi is a great player. That cannot be argued. If I were to say he was the greatest player in the world today, I would probably receive little argument on that either...

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  14. Oakland Raiders: NFL Draft 2010

    When the Commissioner steps up to the podium in late April to announce the Oakland Raiders first round selection, much like Al Davis, I will have my stop watch ready at hand...

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  15. Wayne Rooney: Early Candidate For World Footballer Of The Year

    Wayne Rooney has silenced his critics this season, who said that the Manchester United star did not score enough goals, and that without the wing play of Cristiano Ronaldo, his play would suffer...

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  16. Montreal Canadiens : Rivalry with Leafs A Ghost Of It's Former Self

    As I sat in the gold section of the ACC, in a seat with a listed ticket price of $203.00, and poured over a menu with a "chef's selection" that featured a portabello mushroom sandwich ...

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  17. Sidney Crosby: Instant National Hero

    I'll be the first to admit, I'm not a huge fan of the Olympic Games, but rather of the Olympic hockey. The rest of the sports I can do without, but this article isn't about me, it's about Sidney Crosby...

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  18. 2010 Winter Olympics, Fun and Games: Thoughts From The Perimeter

    As the Winter Olympics draw closer, one thought keeps popping into my head: Who cares? I mean, really, who cares...

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