1. Baltimore Ravens Begin Shortened Offseason by Cutting Heap and Mason

    Let the front office work begin. Following the end of the 136-day NFL lockout, the Baltimore Ravens have begun to get their house in order...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 199 reads 0 comments

  2. Washington Capitals Exceed Cap in Karl Alzner Deal

    According to Capitals.com , the Washington Capitals have re-signed defenseman Karl Alzner to a two-year contract, vice president and general manager George McPhee announced today...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,184 reads 10 comments

  3. MLB All Star Game 2011: A Video Timeline Through the Midsummer Classic

    Every baseball fan has a special memory from the Midsummer Classic. Those memories can include a young rookie making his All-Star Game debut or an aging star playing in his last. The memory can be a home run, or in recent generations, a home run derby..

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  4. Baltimore Colts: John Mackey Was a Pioneer on and off the Football Field

    On Wednesday, former Baltimore Colts great John Mackey , passed away too soon at the age of 69. Mackey’s passing occurred right in the middle, or hopefully, the end of the current NFL lockout...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 418 reads 0 comments

  5. Tampa Bay Lightning: Unsigned Steven Stamkos Could Be Fatal Franchise Flaw

    Hockey in the Sunshine state is a hard sell. Floridians are more prone to college football, beaches and the local AARP deal of the month than they are to pucks, off sides and painted sheets of ice...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,841 reads 25 comments

  6. Washington Capitals: GM Orchestrates 3-Week Timeline to Stanley Cup Title

    Washington Capitals fans have officially begun to pace the floor in anticipation of the 2011-12 season. With the recent signing of veteran goalie Thomas Vokun, the mantra in D.C is, let us just get to April...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,218 reads 8 comments

  7. Washington Capitals: Semyon Varlamov Saga Ends with Trade to Colorado Avalanche

    According to the Washington Post , and ending speculation surrounding goaltender Semyon Varlamov , the Washington Capitals announced today that they have traded the 23-year-old Russian to the Colorado Avalanche ...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,057 reads 1 comments

  8. Washington Capitals Owner Says Caps Will Be Busy and Then Trades Semyon Varlamov

    “Ted's Take” is a popular blog written by Washington Capitals and Wizards owner Ted Leonsis. Leonsis frequently addresses the fans through the blog and never holds back his ...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 541 reads 1 comments

  9. Washington Capitals Get Jump on Free Agency, Re-Sign Brooks Laich

    After announcing on Monday that they had made qualifying offers to restricted free agents Karl Alzner, Semyon Varlamov, Mathieu Perreault, Francois Bouchard and the recently acquired ...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 474 reads 3 comments

  10. Washington Capitals Trade First Round Pick to Chicago for Rights to Troy Brouwer

    Washington Capitals General Manager George McPhee was in the minority when he publically questioned the depth in this year's NHL draft class. With that in mind, McPhee traded the Caps first-round selection (No...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 456 reads 2 comments

  11. 2011 NHL Draft: Sven Baertschi and the Best Wingers Remaining in Draft

    The 2011 NHL draft is underway and the first eight players have been selected. The first overall selection made by the Edmonton Oilers was, as expected, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, a center from the Red Deer Rebels of the Western Hockey League...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,092 reads 0 comments

  12. NBA Draft 2011: Jan Vesely and 5 Best Prospects for the Washington Wizards

    "Our mantra is picks and prospects.” This is a quote from Washington Wizards and Capitals owner Ted Leonsis during a March interview with the Washington Times ...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,211 reads 2 comments

  13. College Football 2011: Montel Harris and the 10 Best ACC Running Backs

    Quickly now, who was the last ACC team to win a BCS National Championship? The answer is the 2001 Miami Hurricanes coached by Larry Coker. The ACC has fallen way behind the traditional power conferences with which they used to be considered on par...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,343 reads 4 comments

  14. Washington Capitals: 5 Reasons Why They Should Keep Bruce Boudreau

    As a Washington Capitals featured columnist for the Bleacher Report, I have on many, many occasions called for Washington Capitals head coach Bruce Boudreau to be fired...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 866 reads 6 comments

  15. Maryland Football: Tyrek Cheeseboro and 5 Important Recruits to Randy Edsall

    Living up to his reputation as a top-notch builder, leader and recruiter, new Maryland head football coach, Randy Edsall has been hot on the recruiting trail...

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  16. Belmont Stakes 2011: Ranking Each Horse's Chance to Win

    Before the horses even enter the starting gate for Saturday's 143rd running of the Belmont Stakes at Belmont Park, two records have already been set...

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  17. Belmont Stakes: Nine Great Horses That Had a Shot Headed to Belmont Park

    Animal Kingdom failed in his attempt to become the 22nd horse in Triple Crown history to win the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness Stakes. The last horse to do was Big B rown in 2008...

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  18. NHL History: Tim Thomas and the Top 10 All-or-Nothing Goaltenders

    Tim Thomas has shown throughout his career, as well as throughout the 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs, that he can make the stand on your head big stop that saves the game for his team...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 2,189 reads 10 comments

  19. Baltimore Ravens: Donovan McNabb and 10 Possible Free Agent Targets

    While the NFL players and owners continue to battle in court and hold secret meetings, I still want to talk plain old football. Free-agent football to be exact...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 7,143 reads 10 comments

  20. Alex Ovechkin: Power Ranking the Top 8 Filthiest Goals of His Career

    For many fans, myself included, the offseason is already starting to drag. Yes, the Stanley Cup Final is upon us, and of course every hockey fan will be watching, but for 28 other ...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,207 reads 2 comments

  21. NHL Power Rankings: 10 Best Goal Celebration Songs in the NHL

    The history behind the goal horn in the NHL is not that ancient. While there were a few different stories floating around, the one with the most credibility was that the Chicago ...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 21,464 reads 17 comments

  22. Joe Flacco Leading the Way in Informal Workouts, but Is It Enough for Some?

    According to NFL Network's Jamie Dukes via USA Today’s Nate Davis , Joe Flacco may be a film nut, but some of his teammates are saying that the fourth year quarterback out of Delaware needs to put more time in...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 663 reads 10 comments

  23. NHL Playoffs 2011: Looking Back at the Best Eastern Conference Game 7's Ever

    With the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning headed for Game 7 of the Eastern Conference finals, I thought it would be fun to take a look back at five of the most thrilling Game 7's to be played in recent years...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 1,048 reads 4 comments

  24. Matt Stover: One of Ravens' Greatest Ever Set to Retire Tomorrow

    When debating who has been the greatest Raven since the team arrived from Cleveland in 1996, two names always surface— Ray Lewis and Jonathan Ogden...

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  25. Martin St. Louis and the 10 Best Recent NHL Players That Went Undrafted

    The Tampa Bay Lightning player flying around the ice this postseason with the yellow stick that seems longer than he is tall is 5'9", 177-pound Laval, Quebec native, Martin St. Louis...

    Alan Zlotorzynski Written by Alan Zlotorzynski about over 3 years ago 793 reads 9 comments