1. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No.1

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. March 21, 2008: Alexander Ovechkin hits number 60...

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  2. EPL: Week One Highlights

    The first week of the English Premier League is over, and as usual, there were surprises aplenty. Some fans may be disappointed with their team's performance, while others were left extremely happy...

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  3. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No.2

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. December 20, 2007: Marian Gaborik nets five...

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  4. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-08 NHL Season: No. 3

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. January 17, 2008: Rich Nash comes through in the clutch...

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  5. NHL: Stop Ruining a Good Thing With Changes

    This is an article I wrote a few weeks ago. I was still getting used to the Bleacher Report ways, and accidentally didn't file it in the NHL section. As a result, not many people read it and I got no responses, which is what I was looking for...

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  6. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No.4

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. October 19, 2007: Jonathan Toews makes his presence felt...

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  7. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No.5

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. February 19, 2008: Five down, five to go...

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  8. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No.6

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. January 1, 2008: A classic finish...

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  9. Liverpool 0 Standard Liege 0: Deja Vu?

    Last season, Liverpool made it to the final-four of the UEFA Champions League before losing to Chelsea. They did go through some tough times to get that far, especially near the beginning...

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  10. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No.7

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. January 15, 2008: Tic, tac, toe...

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  11. The Next Zinedine Zidane: Karim Benzema or Samir Nasri?

    Since the retirement of Zinedine Zidane, many have wondered who will be the next great in French football. A fancy dribbler, great passer and clutch scorer—"Zizou" led by example for both his clubs and country...

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  12. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No.8

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. December 7, 2007: Dominik Hasek makes Marian Gaborik flip out...

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  13. Karim Benzema Hits Deuce as Champions Dominate

    Olympique Lyonnais got their season off to a great start with a three-nil victory over Toulouse. The defending seven-time champions got a 12th minute goal from Jean Il Makoun, who was making his competitive debut for Lyon...

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  14. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-2008 NHL Season: No. 9

    This series is highlighting the top 10 moments of this past NHL season. Goals, pretty plays, hits, fights, and screw-ups, you'll see them all. March 6, 2008: Riley Cote knocks out Andre Roy...

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  15. Top 10 Moments of the 2007-08 NHL Season: Number 10

    I've seen a number of writers do a series for their ranking stories. This has motivated me to do a series for the top 10 moments of the past NHL season. All of these moments impressed me one way or another...

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  16. Mike Green: Money in the Bank

    The Washington Capitals didn't have an offensive minded defenseman since the departure of Sergei Gonchar. This season, that all changed in the form of Mike Green. He played in all 82 games and racked up 56 points (18g, 38a)...

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  17. Top 10 NHL Shootout Skaters

    The introduction of shootouts in the NHL brought a new excitement to the game. Ties would no longer be a part of the standings, less talented teams would have a good chance of earning the extra point, and fans loved it...

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  18. Czech It: NHL Stars from the Czech Republic

    This summer marked the end of three great NHL careers. Jaromir Jagr will be playing in the Russian League this upcoming season. Marty Straka will be headed to the Czech League. Dominik Hasek retired after earning a second Stanley Cup with Detroit...

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  19. Did Carolina Need a Hurricane of Luck in 2005-2006?

    The Carolina Hurricanes will always go down as the first team to win the Stanley Cup in the post-lockout NHL. The team had a 52-22-8 record that year and certainly earned their spot in the postseason...

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  20. Red or Blue? What Should Mats Sundin Do?

    There has been a lot of talk lately about where Mats Sundin may end up. He still remains one of the best players in the league and every team in the NHL should be able to see that...

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  21. Five NHL Players That Fly Solo for Their Country

    Canada, America, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic all have a steady supply of NHL talents. Countries like Poland, Austria, and Kazakhstan are still working their way up in the hockey world...

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  22. Should Glen Murray Still "B" a Boston Bruin?

    Recently, Glen Murray's final year of his contract with the Boston Bruins was bought out, making him an unrestricted free agent...

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  23. Mike York Joins the Blue Jackets

    On Monday, Columbus General Manager Scott Howson announced the signing of left wing Mike York to a one-year contract. York played 63 games last season with the Phoenix Coyotes, putting up six goals and eight assists for 14 points...

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  24. Don't Net This Happen

    After the lockout, some new rules were introduced in the NHL. The red line was taken out, shootouts were introduced, and defensemen could no longer grab opposing players with a free hand. Some of these rules I like and others, not so much...

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  25. Nikolai Zherdev: Sniper Under the Radar

    Alexander Ovechkin, Evgeni Malkin, Ilya Kovalchuk, Alexei Kovalev, and Pavel Datsyuk. These are the names that usually come to mind when you think of Russian NHL players that can lift you out of your seat...

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