1. Page 3: New York isn't Detriot, Yet

    I knew it was going to happen. Sitting at my computer, listening to the Rangers-Red Wings game, I just knew it was coming. I felt it in my bones...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 507 reads 0 comments

  2. Page 3: I Miss My Teams

    I'm home, and I'm on my bed. My blanket is green, my sheets are gray, and I'm facing my door. Outside, I can hear cars making their way down Delmar Loop, one of the great St. Louis streets and perhaps one of the best in the United States...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 348 reads 0 comments

  3. Rangers' Redden, Zherdev, Naslund Give Critics the Proverbial Middle Finger

    Reading New York Rangers predictions this past summer has been bittersweet. On the plus side, Ranger hopefuls wrote in-depth analyses of the outlook for the Rangers' top new players, namely Nikolai Zherdev, Markus Naslund, and Wade Redden...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 405 reads 0 comments

  4. Chris Drury As Captain: Will Destiny Stay on His Side?

    Chris Drury of the New York Rangers has been a winner all of his life. Since the age of 13, Drury has followed a seemingly paved path to victory...

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  5. Four Musts For The NY Mets This Offseason (No K-Rod, Please)

    The Mets need to make a few moves in order to contend for the postseason next year. These are four major moves that will aid greatly in that endeavor: 1...

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  6. Thank You, New York Mets

    This is it, folks. The Mets have been beaten by the pesky Florida Marlins to put them out of playoff contention (and their misery) for the second straight year. Oliver Perez pitched very well for the Mets, yielding only two earned runs...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 1,434 reads 38 comments

  7. Petr Nedved Cut; New York Rangers Make Right Decision

    Ooooh, this burns. Not only was Petr Nedved cut from the Rangers' roster, it is likely that he will be flying back home to his native Czech Republic—and the Rangers will be following...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 2,438 reads 2 comments

  8. Carlos Beltran Helps This Writer Change His Tune, Wins It for Mets in Ninth

    I really can't make up my mind about Beltran. Just a few weeks ago, I wrote an article detailing the frustration that Mets fans have with this underachieving outfielder with sky-high potential...

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  9. Avery in Dallas Green; Live, from the Scottrade Center

    Section 103, row L, seat 7. When a friend asked me if I would accompany him to a Blues-Stars preseason game, I didn't hesitate. Any live hockey is good hockey...

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  10. Scott Schoeneweis, Pen, Doom Mets Again: Spotlight on Middle Relief, Not Closers

    Mets fans hate Scott Schoenweis, but the reason isn't exactly clear, although today's implosion against the satanic Braves may have something to do with it. Schoenweis, who has been pretty solid all year with a 2...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 388 reads 2 comments

  11. Five Players That Must Step Up For a Successful Rangers Run

    The Rangers will need big contributions from everyone, from the fourth line to the first, in order to have a season that runs deep into the playoffs...

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  12. Damion Easley May Shut It Down: Mets' Second Baseman Unsure of Return

    How the somewhat mighty are falling. With closer Billy Wagner and outfielder Fernando Tatis out for the season, it only makes sense that another important role player should follow...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 674 reads 6 comments

  13. At Times Like These, I Turn to George Michael

    And the Apocalypse cometh? Please. So the Mets have lost a few easy ones. The hated Braves, who the Mets can never beat in a big game since 2000, stole one away...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 138 reads 2 comments

  14. Even With Quietly Stellar Year, Jose Not Doing Enough: Beware of The Dark Side

    Jose Reyes, the main cog in the New York Mets' engine, needs some oil. A quietly terrific year has Reyes hitting at .298, 14 homeruns, 59 RBI and 50 stolen bases...

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  15. Happy Birthday, Petr Prucha: A New Year, and Maybe a New Beginning

    Happy birthday, Pru! You turned 26 yesterday, which means that you are looking at a new year of life, and, very soon, a blank slate of a hockey season...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 256 reads 0 comments

  16. Hey Mets' Fans, Everything Is Fine. Time to Panic!

    Whoa. That was fast. Remember that time, just a few days ago, when all Mets' fans were confident going into this past series with the lowly Atlanta Braves? The Mets had a 2...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 127 reads 0 comments

  17. Thinking Big: Five NHL Defensemen Coming Into Their Own

    We all know the big-name defensemen—Nicklas Lidstrom, Dion Phaneuf, Chris Pronger, Sergei Gonchar, etc. But last season featured a crop of young NHL blue-liners that had breakout seasons...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 1,014 reads 12 comments

  18. Delgado's MVP Summer may not be enough: Texeira or Blalock to take over?

    This is going to be tricky. After a stellar second half of MVP-like baseball, Carlos Delgado's future will remain in the fog after the 2008 season ends...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 401 reads 4 comments

  19. Ayala Pitching In, Getting Outs

    Believe it or not, in a September that has featured numerous Met heroes, the face that is staring back at you with cocky eyes and a determined grin is perhaps the biggest key to the Mets recent refusal to give away the division...

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  20. Currently Unedited: B/r Writers Need to Transform, Pitch In

    Hi Bleacher Report! My name is PJ Edelman. I am a recent graduate of Washington University in St Louis, and today is an important day. Today I celebrate a few things...

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  21. Nikolai Zherdev: 25 and Under

    This is the sixth article in a short series of in-depth looks at the top New York Rangers players who are 25 years of age or younger. The Rangers' 23-year-old winger is such an enigma that even their website has nothing to say in his Bio/News section...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 367 reads 2 comments

  22. Dog Days of the Summer: 'Wags' Lost for the Season

    ESPN reports that closer and future hall of famer Billy Wagner will be lost for the rest of the 08-09 season, as well as most of the 09-10 season. Help. Wagner has had a solid season, with 2...

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  23. Welcome Back, Carlos Beltran

    This is starting to seem like a real trend. Beltran, amidst monster expectations, criticism, and quiet play, has finally hit his stride in these closing weeks of the regular season...

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  24. Dan Girardi: 25 and Under

    This is the fifth article in a short series of in-depth looks at the top New York Rangers players who are 25 years of age or younger...

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  25. Marc Staal: 25 and Under

    This is the fourth article in a short series—an in-depth look at the top NY Rangers players who are 25 years of age and younger. There are three Molinas in baseball, and they all play catcher...

    PJ Edelman Written by PJ Edelman about 6 years ago 586 reads 1 comments