1. St. Louis Cardinals: Sweep of Chicago Cubs Is a Sign of Things to Come

    The St. Louis Cardinals have not been very good since the All-Star break losing five of their first six games, but after the weekend series with the Chicago Cubs , the Cards are sitting pretty...

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  2. NHL: 15 Players Set to Have Career Years in 2012-2013

    Every year there seems to be a select group of players that burst onto the NHL scene and take the league by storm. they put up huge numbers, become a staple in their team's lineup, and become household names...

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  3. St. Louis Blues: T.J. Oshie Avoids Arbitration with a 5-Year Contract

    Just hours before the St. Louis Blues and T.J. Oshie were set to present their cases to an arbitrator, the two sides came to an agreement. There will be no arbitration, and both sides are very happy with the deal...

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  4. Breaking News: Shea Weber Signs Offer Sheet with Philadelphia Flyers

    This NHL offseason just got a whole lot more interesting. Reported by TSN's Darren Dreger in a tweet , the Philadelphia Flyers and Shea Weber have agreed on an offer sheet that will give the elite defenseman a 14-year $100 million contract...

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  5. MLB All Star Game: Why the Game Needs to Be Changed

    The MLB All-Star Game has been one of the most love/hate relationships in all of sports. Fans love to come to the games to see their favorite stars play together for one game...

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  6. St. Louis Blues: Why They Should Be Taken Seriously as a Stanley Cup Threat

    The St. Louis Blues had a great season this past year. The Blues, projected to be a low seed in the playoffs and a first-round exit, turned out to be the Central Division champions...

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  7. 2012 NHL Free Agency: St. Louis Blues Give David Perron the Contract He Deserves

    St. Louis has not made a huge splash this offseason, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. The Blues have quietly been making sure they take care of business to build the best possible team for the 2012-2013 season...

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  8. NHL Free Agency 2012: Why the St. Louis Blues Should Sign Matt Carle

    Over the past three days, NHL fans and players everywhere have been waiting for where Zach Parise and Ryan Suter would sign their blockbuster deals. Now that both have signed , the dominoes should start to fall...

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  9. NHL Free Agency: Breaking Down the Biggest Deals of the Free Agent Frenzy

    There are three days that NHL fans love the most: Opening Night, the trade deadline, and the first day of free agency. Today was Canada Day and the opening of free agency and this class was one of the most star powered in recent years...

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  10. 2012 NHL Free Agents: Ray Whitney Signs with Dallas Stars

    This year's free agency has been all about where Zach Parise and Ryan Suter will end up. These two have stolen the show, leaving the other stars in the limelight. But the biggest deal of the day, so far, was signed by Ray Whitney ...

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  11. NHL: League Using AHL to Test Possible Rule Changes for New CBA

    Over the past few years, concussions have become a hot topic, not only in the sport of hockey, but also around the world. It is one of the major issues that the NHL and NHLPA are trying to address with the new CBA...

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  12. MLB: 2011 Marks the End of Baseball's Interleague Era

    Ever since I've been a baseball fan, the league has relatively stayed the same. I was born in 1992, but have no recollection of a league without the Miami (FL) Marlins, Tampa Bay (Devil) Rays, Colorado Rockies or Arizona Diamondbacks...

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  13. St. Louis Blues: Analysis of the 2012-13 NHL Schedule

    The St. Louis Blues polished off a remarkable season with a second round exit at the hands of eventual Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings . The Blues played in arguably the hardest division, which saw four tams finish with over 100 points...

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  14. NHL: Will the St. Louis Blues or Toronto Maple Leafs Win the Stanley Cup First?

    Hockey people are still in awe of the incredible run the Los Angeles Kings went on to win the Stanley Cup. Not only did they beat the No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3 seeds, but they also did it as the only No...

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  15. NHL Offseason: Will Gary Bettman and the NHLPA Have Another Lockout?

    On June 11, the Los Angeles Kings won the Stanley Cup in six games. The awarding of the Stanley Cup signified the beginning of the offseason, which holds the NHL Draft, the start ...

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  16. Los Angeles Kings Complete Trend of Hot Teams Winning Championships

    People may have missed it, but last night was a historic night for the sporting world. The Los Angeles Kings won their first Stanley Cup in franchise history. What makes it even more historic is that the Kings were the first ever No...

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  17. Stanley Cup Playoffs: Los Angeles Kings Cannot Afford to Panic

    The Los Angeles Kings seemed unbeatable on the road. Tonight, the world found out that the Kings were mortal. For the first time in the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs , the Kings lost a road game, making their record 10-1...

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  18. The Hot 100: Ranking Every Big 4 Logo (Part II)

    The majority of Bleacher Report's readers are rabid sports fans. Not just passionate about one sport, but about multiple. I wanted to embark on this project to rank every Big 4 logo...

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  19. Nicklas Lidstrom: A Blues Fan's Tribute to the Red Wings' Captain

    I started playing playing hockey when I was three years old. Growing up in St. Louis, I immediately fell in love with the St. Louis Blues ...

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  20. St. Louis Blues: John Davidson Needs to Stay at Any Cost

    Many people may not know who John Davidson is because he is not a player for the St. Louis Blues . He is the president of the team, and he may not be returning next season. The Blues were sold on May 9, 2012 from David Checketts to Tom Stillman...

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  21. Cole Hamels Shows Why Pitching Suspensions Are a Joke

    Today, Cole Hamels will be on he mound for the Philadelphia Phillies where he will face Bryce Harper for the first time since May 6...

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  22. St. Louis Cardinals: Don't Hit the Panic Button on Adam Wainwright

    Last year, many fans ruled out the Cardinals because Adam Wainwright had to sit out the season after having Tommy John surgery. This season, with the loss of Pujols, many fans discounted the Cards again...

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  23. St. Louis Blues: Why the Fans Should Be Proud of Their Season

    The St. Louis Blues left the Staples Center battered and broken. The team that had the best defense in the league was outscored 15-6 in a four-game series, and was swept by the Los Angeles Kings ...

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  24. NHL Playoffs 2012: Why Raffi Torres Should Not Be Suspended Long-Term

    Raffi Torres of the Phoenix Coyotes in Game 3 against the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Quarterfinals laid an absolutely vicious hit on Marian Hossa . Hossa laid on the ice for several minutes, and was carried off on a stretcher...

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  25. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Predicting Who Will Win the Cup

    Finally, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us. Arguably the most intense and grueling postseason starts this Wednesday. The two-month tournament will kick off and teams will be fighting to be crowded champion of the NHL ...

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