1. Takin' a T/O With BT: The Low-Down On The 2008 NHL Playoffs With Versus

    For all you hockey fans out there, you've lived and died by your televisions this playoff season.For Canadian viewers, it's been through TSN. For American viewers, however, it's been through VERSUS...

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  2. Takin' a T/O With BT: Fabian Brunnstrom—The Swede Stops in Dallas

    Fabian Brunnstrom is now a Dallas Star. All I have to say is, thank God I didn’t lose any sleep over this...

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  3. Spinning a Toronto Tale: Maurice is Left Out of Leafs Future and Semifinal Picks

    Call it cleaning house, call it the calm (so to speak) before the storm, or call it a second chance—just not here...

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  4. Takin' a T/O With BT: The Second Round of the 2008 Playoffs—Thanks For What?

    Don't get me wrong, the NHL Playoffs are one of the most exciting times of the year because the players seem to find that fifth gear, the goalies reach that next level, and whether ...

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  5. Takin' a T/O with BT: Afternoon Action with Doc Halladay and the Blue Jays

    I guess you can call me lucky.After all, I did get to take in seven-and-a-third innings of vintage Roy Halladay ball, came the closest I've ever gotten to catching a foul ball, ...

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  6. Takin' a T/O With BT: With The New York Rangers, It's Just a Game Of Numbers

    The New York Rangers were without super-pest Sean Avery, while the Pittsburgh Penguins had their grittiest veteran, Gary Roberts, return to the lineup...

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  7. Takin' a T/O With BT: How I Learned To Love The Denver Nuggets

    Monday night wasn't a very full schedule sports-wise for me. There was only one NHL game (Flyers vs. Canadiens), and the MLB schedule was decidedly light without any Toronto Blue Jays action, so I figured it'd be a quick night...

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  8. Flyers-Canadiens: Carey Price Crushed as Philadelphia Flies in Game Three

    Well it only took one round of the NHL Playoffs, but someone finally did it. The Philadelphia Flyers found a way to get Carey Price off of his game...

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  9. Takin' a T/O With BT: Getting a "Knight Life" With the 2008 NHL Playoffs

    I woke up this morning, and just turned back over—the sheets were too warm to get up, and I didn't really want to go to work...

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  10. Takin' a T/O With BT: Roy Halladay and His "Doctored" Innings

    In watching the Jays the past few years, I've taken solace in one unshakable idea: There will always be Roy Halladay...

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  11. Takin' a T/O with BT: Alexander Ovechkin's Own Worst Enemy and Round Two Picks

    We'll get to the fact that I've thoroughly embarrassed myself in the first round of the playoffs in a minute...

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  12. The Boston Bruins vs. the Montreal Canadiens: A Trying Game Seven

    Have you ever spent fourteen hours at a school? I wouldn't recommend it. Unless you can re-route your TV studio's server so that you can watch the Montreal Canadiens/Boston Bruins seventh game of their first round series...

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  13. Takin' a T/O with BT: Blue Jays Bobble Their First Month in Toronto

    Well, that only took three weeks.I mean, even the Toronto Maple Leafs waited a month before they started getting jumpy (it could have been more, it could have been less—as with every losing ...

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  14. Seattle Swan Song: Sonics To Bid Adieu to the Emerald City?

    I've never been one to watch the NBA religously—for the first 12 years of my life, I couldn't possibly have cared less about professional basketball (aside from SpaceJam—that ...

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  15. Takin' a T/O with BT: The Ottawa Senators Are Sent Packin'

    For all of the trouble he caused during the regular season, Ray Emery finally got one right.As he told the press yesterday, he isn't the reason that the Ottawa Senators received an early ride around the links in their custom-made golf carts...

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  16. Takin' a T/O with BT: Our Infatuation with the Average Joe

    Alexander Ovechkin, Sidney Crosby, Joe Thornton, Jarome Iginla, Evgeni Malkin, or Martin Brodeur—there is no doubt that everyone loves at least one of these hockey players...

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  17. Takin' a T/O with BT: Busting the Myths and Trends of the 2008 NHL Playoffs

    Ahh, the NHL playoffs—a time where "true fans" jump out of the woodwork at the smallest hint of a hot team going on a run and declare that "they were there from the start" or "I always kept the faith...

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  18. Patrick Thoresen's Groin Thanks Officials for Putting Away the Whistle

    "It's always a great day when you don't have to have one of your testicles removed"—Jay Onrait.I guess you could say that Patrick Thoresen is having a good day then...

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  19. Workin' Overtime: 2008 Conn Smythe Winner Could Surprise

    So the NHL Playoffs are upon us, and with that comes the speculation: Who's going to win the Cup, where will the big surprises or the big upsets come from, which series will surprise ...

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  20. Desert Rising: The Phoenix Coyotes Are Future Contenders

    Keeping your promise—a novel concept eh?Thanks to a little wager I made during the Super Bowl, as well as the way the NHL’s regular season finished up, I’ve got to keep my promise...

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  21. The 2008 NHL Playoff Picture: Police Squad Makes It a Little Clearer

    Well, here on Bleacher Report we’ve got our own little “playoff pool” going. It includes Derek Harmsworth, Danielle Marchell (if I’m pronouncing this right in my head ...

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  22. If I Were a Pro Sports Coach...

    Have you ever wondered what you’d do in a position of power? What would you tell people to do? Where would you go? What would you do, if you got recognized?Perhaps some of you out there live like this on a daily basis, but for me? I don’t...

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  23. The NHL Hall of Fame: Where Dino Ciccarelli Should Be

    My mother doesn’t watch hockey. If my father and I are watching it on the TV, she’ll go upstairs and watch reruns of Ellen Degeneres. Reruns.She will admit to knowing one hockey player though: Dino Ciccarelli...

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  24. The Next Step in the Surge for Steve Stamkos: 2008 Draft Lottery

    It's been awhile since I sat down and gave you a full account of what I was doing for an extended period of time, so in honor of the NHL Draft Lottery (made out to be sports versions ...

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  25. Pass or Fail: For the Toronto Maple Leafs, It's as Simple as That

    Now, we will be getting to the Leafs and their disappointment of a 2008 season in a minute, but first I'd like to thank someone...

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