1. Washington Capitals: 10 Improvements They Need to Win the Cup

    The Capitals pulled out a crucial win on Wednesday night, which was just as good as San Jose 's epic comeback in my opinion. For the most part, the Capitals are playing fantastic hockey...

    Cody Peters Written by Cody Peters about over 3 years ago 269 reads 0 comments

  2. NHL Playoffs 2011: Each Team's Underperformer

    This was a little difficult to put together, because certainly, a team's loss or losing streak during the playoffs doesn't usually stem from one single player's folly or mistake...

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  3. NHL Playoffs 2011: The 5 Best Players at Each Position Through Game Three

    The first round of the 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs have been tremendous through game three of each series. While no low seeded team has taken a three-game lead open their opponent, ...

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  4. NFL: What the NFC and AFC Should Look Like

    In the last decade or so, the more informed citizens of the world have made attempts to adopt an Eco-friendly mentality to help quell the effects of global warming. I believe major sports must do the same...

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  5. Major League Issues: Why Baseball Needs a Salary Cap

    In the article I previously wrote concerning Major League Baseball, I credited the use of steroids as the biggest issue within professional baseball. The second most important issue in pro baseball is the fact that the league has no salary cap...

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  6. Washington Capitals: The Two Jasons Get It Done in Game Two

    Everyone knew how John Tortorella and the New York Rangers were going to handle Game Two of their first round series with Washington . They were going to try and bring physicality and force the Caps to be on the defensive all night...

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  7. San Jose Sharks vs. L.A. Kings: The Three Stars from Game One

    The San Jose Sharks and Los Angeles Kings met in the postseason for the first time ever Thursday night, in game one of their first-round series. Most would agree that game one lived up to the hype garnered in the week leading up to last night...

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  8. 2011 NHL Playoffs: Washington Capitals' Neuvirth Shows Composure in Game 1

    In Washington's first game of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs , rookie goaltender Michal Neuvirth displayed great presence of mind after he surrendered a wide open crank from New York's Matt Gilroy...

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  9. MLB: Addressing the Usage of Steroids in Baseball

    The biggest issue in baseball is the usage of steroids. Bud Selig and the rest of the league have become more wish-washy and flip-floppy than any politician on the face of the planet...

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  10. NHL Playoffs 2011: First Round X-Factors and Predictions, Pt. 1

    The 2010-11 NHL regular season has come to an end, and once again, we are left with excellent match-ups to begin the Stanley Cup Playoffs...

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  11. NHL Playoffs 2011: Who Will Shine in Overtime?

    The first round of the 2011 NHL Playoffs begins Wednesday night, which include some excellent matchups and some even better questions...

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  12. 2010-11 NHL All-Name Teams

    One thing I have noticed as a hockey fan is that there are some weird, wacky and wonderful names that fill up the NHL rosters. I have looked up and down these team rosters, and narrowed them down to the best names from around the league...

    Cody Peters Written by Cody Peters about over 3 years ago 35,673 reads 40 comments

  13. NHL Hard Knocks: Making a Case to Ban Hits to the Head

    We have seen a fair share of hard hits this season throughout the NHL. There was the much-debated Dave Steckel and Viktor Hedman collisions with Sidney Crosby, both of which happened within the first five days of the new year...

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  14. Slow and Steady Wins The 'Cup': A Lesson Learned For The Capitals

    I can speak for all Washington Capitals fans in saying that last year’s first round exit from the playoffs was upsetting—no, it was gut-wrenching. Sickening. Enraging...

    Cody Peters Written by Cody Peters about over 3 years ago 207 reads 1 comments