1. NHL Free Agents: Toronto Maple Leafs and Martin Brodeur, Could It Happen?

    The Toronto Maple Leafs have multiple concerns with their starting lineup heading into the opening days of free agency...

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  2. Ray Whitney Is the Mark Recchi of the Phoenix Coyotes

    Last season Mark Recchi was an integral part of the Boston Bruins and their Stanley Cup-winning team. He filled in his role of the veteran third-liner with flying colors, recording 48 regular-season points and a crucial 14 playoff points...

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  3. NHL Playoffs 2012: 1 Hero and 1 Goat from Each Playoff Series so Far

    We're only two games into each second-round series of the NHL playoffs, but already, the playoff duds and studs are showing up for all eight teams...

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  4. NHL Playoffs 2012: 5 Reasons to Believe the Washington Capitals Can Win the Cup

    In case you missed it, the $3 million-man Joel Ward of the Washington Capitals finally earned his paycheck by scoring the OT winner to send the defending Stanley Cup champions to the golf course...

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  5. NHL Playoffs 2012 : Who Wins Each Game 7

    While the Western Conference was settled rather quickly in this year's opening round, the Eastern Conference is a different story entirely. There were no sweeps and no five-game decisions in the East this year...

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  6. Stanley Cup Playoffs: Penguins vs. Flyers Is a Lesson in Attractive Chaos

    There are a total of eight series underway in the NHL , but none more attractive than the one between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers. "Attractive" is the word of choice here for a couple of reasons...

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  7. NHL Playoffs: It Is Time to Give Cory Schneider a Chance to Steal the Series

    Roberto Luongo isn't going to win the Vancouver Canucks anything this postseason. Well, unless you count a winning ticket on the first flight out of Vancouver on July 1...

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  8. NHL Playoffs: 3 Key Takeaways for the Washington Capitals Following Game 1

    On Thursday the Capitals faced off against the Boston Bruins in what turned out to be a classic, old-time hockey match...

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  9. NHL Playoffs: 3 Changes the Nashville Predators Need to Make Heading into Game 2

    On Wednesday, the Nashville Predators took the first step towards hockey's ultimate prize by defeating the Red Wings 3-2 in Nashville...

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  10. NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs: One Reason Each Playoff Team Can Win the Cup

    Today the NHL announced the schedule for the first round of playoff action. The first-round matchups always seem to whittle out the pretenders from the contenders but for now, ...

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  11. Sean Burke Deserves Praise for Ilya Bryzgalov and Mike Smith

    In the 2007-08 season, the Phoenix Coyotes took a gamble on a goaltender. Claiming Ilya Bryzgalov off waivers from the Anaheim Ducks , most fans assumed that this pickup would provide some depth at the goaltending position...

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  12. Nashville Predators: Alexander Radulov Would Make Nashville Serious Contenders

    There are several serious contenders for a Stanley Cup this year. New York is having one of their best seasons in years, Pittsburgh has Hart Trophy candidate Evgeni Malkin and a returning Sidney Crosby , and St...

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  13. Erik Karlsson: Does He Have the Norris Trophy Wrapped Up?

    Unless you've been too busy focusing on the upcoming trade deadline, you have to know about the recent third-year phenom defenseman, Erik Karlsson...

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  14. NHL Trade Rumors: Why Rick Nash to Philadelphia Flyers Would Be a Mistake

    The NHL is a whirlwind of Rick Nash rumors as the Trade Deadline approaches. Almost every NHL team has been mentioned as flirting with Columbus for Rick Nash, who is a dynamic and physical scorer...

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  15. Alabama Football: Why Eddie Lacy Will Take the Nation by Storm in 2012

    By now preseason rankings and Heisman predictions are floating around the Internet, hoping to stave off the unending boredom that is the college football offseason...

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  16. The Striking Similarities Between 2007 Nick Saban and 2012 Urban Meyer

    On January 3rd, 2007, former head coach of the Miami Dolphins, Nick Saban , announced he would be taking over as the 27th head coach of the Alabama Crimson Tide ...

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  17. NHL Awards: Handing out Each Major Award at the Season's Halfway Mark

    Can you believe it? We're already a little over the halfway point of the regular season. With the trade deadline and the All-Star game fast approaching, the halfway point of the season ...

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  18. SEC Football: 2012 Will Be the Year of the QB for the SEC

    This past season, the SEC was dogged by major media outlets for not having the QB phenom that other conferences possessed in players like Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Case Keenum...

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  19. Shane Doan Records First NHL Hat Trick with :00.1 Seconds Left

    In the league since 1995, after a total of 1,161 games, Shane Doan recorded his first NHL hat trick. "Captain Coyote," as he is lovingly known in Glendale, is one of the true class acts of the NHL, and is a franchise player for the Coyotes ...

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  20. The Best and Worst Beards in the NHL

    The playoff beard has spread like wildfire throughout the major sports in America. Players like Brian Wilson of the San Francisco Giants can be seen sporting immensely epic beards...

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  21. College Football's Most Meaningful Made and Missed Field Goals of the Year

    This college football season has been marked with plenty of extraordinary plays from defenses, offenses and most importantly, special teams. Missed and made field goals have been the story of both regular-season and bowl games this season...

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  22. Power Ranking the 10 Heaviest Hitters in the NHL (With Video)

    Hockey is first and foremost a physical game. No matter how many rules, regulations and other stipulations are put on hitting, it will forever be the cornerstone of the game...

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  23. The 17 Worst Skating Fails in NHL History

    Even the greatest athletes in the world of hockey take the occasional spill. Whether it be a dive, a lost edge or a divot in the ice, the skating "fails" create some hilarious videos...

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  24. NHL Award Winners So Far This Season

    We're already over a quarter of the way through the NHL season, and several names have been popping off the screen night after night...

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  25. BCS Controversy: Dispelling Myths of Picking Alabama over Oklahoma State

    It's official. Alabama will be playing LSU for the BCS national championship. Once again, the entire college football world is in an uproar over several selections for the bowls, including the choice of Alabama over Oklahoma State for the No...

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