1. Detroit Tigers: Why They Are Overrated, Not Under-Performing

    The Detroit Tigers are overrated. There, I said it. I know, I know, it hurts a little. Let it sink in for a moment, and then I'll show you why. It is understandable that they were thought of so highly entering the season...

    PJ Sapienza Written by PJ Sapienza about over 2 years ago 164 reads 29 comments

  2. Detroit Red Wings: Offseason Moves Ken Holland Can Make to Right the Ship

    The Detroit Red Wings have had three straight early exits from the Stanley Cup playoffs. This has made for much restlessness among the Red Wing faithful. This offseason promises to be a very important one for GM Ken Holland...

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  3. Detroit Red Wings: 16 Greatest Playoff Moments in Franchise History

    Hockeytown has been in mourning for a few weeks now as the journey to the Stanley Cup has continued on without our beloved team...

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  4. Detroit Tigers: The Best and Worst from April

    The first month of the 2012 MLB season is now in the books. The Detroit Tigers had a rocky first month and finished it 11-11. The team is looking to turn things around in May by getting back to its winning ways...

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  5. Detroit Red Wings: Most Disappointing Players from the Playoffs

    The Detroit Red Wings have entered the off-season long before they had hoped. Their disappointing end came at the hands of the Nashville Predators ...

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  6. Detroit Tigers: Why This Week Is so Important

    . The Detroit Tigers entered this season with high hopes and big expectations. After a good start to the season they have fallen back. They now sit 11-11, tied with the Chicago White Sox and chasing the Cleveland Indians in the Central Division...

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  7. Detroit Tigers: The Fans' Role in the Brandon Inge Slide

    I am calling a timeout for the Brandon Inge hate parade. I know, I know, it sounds crazy, but bear with me. Full disclosure: I have never understood the Inge fandom in Detroit ...

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  8. Detroit Red Wings: 6 Questions Heading into the Offseason

    The Detroit Red Wings fell to the Nashville Predators in five games in the first round of the playoffs. They were the first playoff team to be sent home this season. It is a bad loss for a team that six weeks ago led the league...

    PJ Sapienza Written by PJ Sapienza about over 2 years ago 37 reads 31 comments

  9. Detroit Tigers: 9 Things We Learned About the Tigers so Far

    The Tigers are now 16 games into the 2012 season. With a 10-6 record they are leading the Central Division and hold the second best record in the American League. Despite the record they have had some ups and downs...

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  10. NHL Playoffs: The 5 Most Important Players in Game 5 for the Red Wings

    The Red Wings spent much of the season thinking that they were on the short list of favorites to win the Stanley Cup. They battled for the league lead until the final weeks of the season...

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  11. Detroit Red Wings: Is Their Championship Window Closed?

    Have the Detroit Red Wings become regular season leaders but post season pretenders? Sure, they went to two Stanley Cup finals just a few years ago, but much of the roster is the same...

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  12. NHL Playoffs 2012: 4 Players Who Need to Step Up in the Predators vs Red Wings

    The Nashville Predators and Detroit Red Wings are looking ahead to game four of their best of seven first round series. Nashville leads the series 2-1. Each game has been close, and both teams have won on the road...

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  13. NHL Playoffs 2012: Shea Weber and Brendan Shanahan's Wimp Call

    So much for the Shanahammer. We now have the Shanawimp. The hockey world is scratching its collective head wondering how Shea Weber was not suspended for his cheap play on Henrik Zetterberg following Game 1 of the Nashville-Detroit playoff series...

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  14. Detroit Red Wings: The Nashville Myth and Why the Wings Will Win the Series

    During February, the Detroit Red Wings stood atop the league and looked poised to make a serious run for the Stanley Cup. They were riding an NHL -record 23-game home winning streak...

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  15. Detroit Tigers: 10 Questions That Need to Be Answered as the Season Starts

    Opening Day is upon us and the Detroit Tigers are looking at a promising season. They bolstered an already potent lineup when they signed Prince Fielder in the offseason...

    PJ Sapienza Written by PJ Sapienza about over 2 years ago 1,385 reads 7 comments

  16. Detroit Red Wings: 5 Players Who Must Step Up for Them to Make a Stanley Cup Run

    The regular season is winding down, and the Red Wings are looking to make a run for the Stanley Cup once again. For most of the season they were at or near the top of the league...

    PJ Sapienza Written by PJ Sapienza about over 2 years ago 1,364 reads 11 comments

  17. Detroit Tigers: What Should They Do with Brandon Inge?

    The name Brandon Inge brings up such opposing opinions by Detroit Tigers fans. It is rare that a player can have so many passionate, diehard fans, and just as many fans who ...

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  18. Nicklas Lidstrom: Why the Detroit Red Wing Should Not Retire After This Season

    As the season winds down the Nicklas Lidstrom watch increases. The past several offseasons have seen Detroit waiting, hoping that he would decide to return for one more season...

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  19. Detroit Red Wings: Henrik Zetterberg Breaking the Slump

    Henrik Zetterberg started the season slowly in what most thought was just a small slump. A month into the season though, he still had not found his game...

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  20. Detroit Red Wings: Are They Looking at a One-and-Done Playoff Season?

    The Detroit Red Wings spent most of the season at or near the top of the Western Conference. They had their impressive and record setting 23-game home winning streak that help propel them to the top of the NHL ...

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  21. Michigan State Basketball: Why Draymond Green Is the Key to Spartans'Success

    The Michigan State Spartans started the season not ranked, yet they climbed their way all the way to a No. 1 seed. While there is no doubt that it takes a team effort to reach such heights, this team was also led by a special player...

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  22. Michigan Basketball: 4 Reasons They Couldn't Get It Done Against Ohio

    Michigan fell flat on its face in its first game of the NCAA Tournament. After a season of growing and exceeding expectations, the Wolverines entered the post season as Co-Big Ten Champions...

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  23. 5 Reasons the 2013 Winter Classic Means so Much to the City of Detroit

    Detroit has long wondered why they have not had hosted a Winter Classic yet. While they did play in Chicago in 2009, they have long wanted to host the game...

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  24. NCAA Bracket 2012: Top Contenders to Win Midwest Region

    The Midwest region looks to be the easiest path to the final four for the top seeds. North Carolina and Kansas are head and shoulders above the rest of the teams in this region...

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  25. Detroit Red Wings GM Ken Holland's New NHL Overtime Plan: Would It Work?

    Ken Holland, general manger of the Detroit Red Wings , has a new idea for overtime in the NHL . The current overtime system has a five-minute period of four-on-four play. If neither team scores, then they go to a shootout...

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