1. New York Islanders: Why Evgeni Nabokov Should Show Up Now

    If Evgeni Nabokov wants to return to the NHL , and I have a very strong feeling that he does, then the smartest thing for him to do right now is get on a plane and fly to Long Island...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 1,524 reads 3 comments

  2. MLB Free Agency: The 10 Worst Contracts Ever Handed Out To Big League Pitchers

    In a sport where a lot of the contracts seem absolutely ridiculous, this list includes the ten worst contracts handed out to MLB pitchers...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 6,906 reads 10 comments

  3. National Signing Day 2011: Top 10 Underrated Recruits

    By now, everyone has seen the names of the top recruits in the country, the future Heisman and NFL MVP winners. But every year there are a few players who show their true potential in college...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 4,286 reads 13 comments

  4. National Signing Day 2011: 10 Recruits Who Won't Live Up To The Hype

    With National Signing Day over, teams and their fanbases are starting to get excited about who they have brought to their respective schools. While most of these players will pan out, there will always be a few duds...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 1,634 reads 26 comments

  5. Maryland Football Recruiting: How National Signing Day 2011 Affected the Terps

    National Signing Day may not be that big of a deal on the University of Maryland campus, and you may not see them listed on any top-25 recruiting class lists, but the Terps have brought in a class to College Park that will translate to victories...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 1,588 reads 0 comments

  6. Big East, Big Beast: 10 Reasons Why The Conference Owns College Basketball

    On Monday, ESPN.com's Joe Lunardi put out his most recent "bracketology" prediction. Of the 68 teams, he predicted 11 teams from the Big East Conference would make the tournament...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 982 reads 4 comments

  7. MLB Power Rankings: The Greatest Right Fielder in Every Team's History

    Right Field is usually the place where the guy with the strongest arm is put so that he can throw players out going to third...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 2,533 reads 8 comments

  8. NBA Draft 2011: How High Can Jimmer Fredette Go?

    The NBA and college basketball seasons may only be halfway done, but there's already a big discussion on where Jimmer Fredette will go in the draft. Fredette is currently the leading scorer in college basketball, averaging 27...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 4,973 reads 11 comments

  9. Super Bowl 2011: 10 X-Factors That Could Swing the Game

    The Super Bowl seems to change on the momentum of a big play every year, and with the star studded cast of X-Factors on this years two teams, Super Bowl XLV should be no different...

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  10. Rafael Furcal, Scott Rolen and The 15 Best Infielder Arms In MLB History

    It seems that almost every day a new list of strongest arms in the MLB is published. The problem with almost all of these lists is that they only include outfielders...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 7,148 reads 17 comments

  11. New York Islanders: Are They the Worst Team in the NHL...Again?

    Earlier in the year, the New York Islanders managed to lose 14 games in a row, and won once in a 21 game stretch...

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  12. New York Islanders: A Very Backward Week for This Young Team

    The New York Islanders have played four games in the last week, and have done the opposite of expected in all four. This past week has been as backwards as can be for the Islanders, who went 1-2-1 in the stretch...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 272 reads 0 comments

  13. Should New York Jets Fans Be Worried These Are the Same Old Jets

    New York Jets fans know the story too well. The team gets your hopes up with a big win, just to turn around and crush those hopes the next week or season...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 106 reads 0 comments

  14. Islanders vs. Canucks: New York Falls to League-Leading Vancouver in OT

    The New York Islanders scored with less than six minutes in the third and looked to be well on their way to handing the Vancouver Canucks their first loss in regulation since Dec...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 227 reads 0 comments

  15. New York Islanders: Teams Struggling to Slow Down Michael Grabner

    Michael Grabner may not be the best known Islander, or the leading scorer, but people around the NHL are starting to take notice of the 23-year-old...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 536 reads 3 comments

  16. New York Islanders Coach Jack Capuano on NHL Live

    Jack Capuano called in to NHL Live on Tuesday and touched on multiple topics, including the goalie situation and his future with the team. For those of you who want to hear the five-minute interview in its entirety click the link below...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 380 reads 1 comments

  17. New York Islanders Continue To Look To Future With Trades of Wisniewski, Roloson

    With the NHL season almost at its midway point, it's time for contenders to try to add talent to their roster to make a playoff run while pretenders trade away assets for draft picks or prospects...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 869 reads 4 comments

  18. Goalie Dwayne Roloson Catching Fire for the Islanders

    The New York Islanders won their third game in a row Sunday night, and much of the credit for these three wins can be given to goalie Dwayne Roloson...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 305 reads 2 comments

  19. Josh Bailey Returns To The New York Islanders... For Good

    The News York Islanders announced Wednesday morning that Josh Bailey was called up from their AHL team in Bridgeport, and will be on the ice with the Islanders Wednesday night as they take on the Tampa Bay Lightning...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 375 reads 2 comments

  20. New York Islanders: 10 Gifts Fans Want for Christmas

    The New York Islanders are in a state of turmoil right now as a franchise. The team is doing awful, the arena is falling apart, and no one is going to the games...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 1,006 reads 4 comments

  21. Freshman Sensation Danny O'Brien Could Leave the Terps

    Update: According to The Baltimore Sun's Jeff Barker, Danny O'Brien will stay at the University of Maryland despite the coaching changes. To read that article, click here ...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 1,971 reads 0 comments

  22. New York Islanders Win Doesn't Mean Team Is Headed in the Right Direction

    The New York Islanders won for the second time in 22 games Thursday, but besides a 99 second span in which they scored three goals, they were outplayed yet again...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 110 reads 4 comments

  23. James Franklin: What the Offensive Coordinator Leaving Means for Maryland

    It was announced Friday that the offensive coordinator for the University of Maryland, James Franklin, is now the new head coach for Vanderbilt University...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 701 reads 3 comments

  24. New York Islanders: Three Goals in First Enough to Beat Anaheim Ducks

    After heading into the first intermission up 3-0 Thursday night, the New York Islanders looked to be easily on their way to just their second win in the last 22 games...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  25. Maryland Terrapins Release Tough 2011 Men's Lacrosse Schedule

    New Maryland Terrapins head coach John Tillman released the Terps' 2011 lacrosse schedule Thursday, with every game being broadcast either locally or nationally. The Terps kick off the 2011 season at home on February 19 against Detroit Mercy...

    Chris Leyden Written by Chris Leyden about over 3 years ago 377 reads 0 comments