1. Slideshow: Winter Classic 2008

    As the Chicago Blackhawks prepare to do battle with their bitter rivals the Detroit Red Wings at Wrigley Field in Chicago on Jan. 1, how about a look back at the first Winter Classic? The first outdoor NHL game on U...

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  2. End of the Road Near For J.P. Losman

    For Jonathan Paul Losman, a "Dead End" sign lies in front of him.This shouldn't be too surprising for most Bills fans, but he took a few more wrong turns, and he's now clueless as ever as to where he is or where he goes next...

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  3. Rogers Centre Provided Forgettable NFL Atmosphere

    Buffalo Bills fans, enough bickering about what we saw against the Miami Dolphins last Sunday. It's time to digest what we heard. Rather, what we didn't hear. Rogers Centre was eerily quiet as the AFC rivals did battle...

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  4. Ruff Times in Buffalo: Lindy/Players Feud

    Pre-lockout mediocrity is showing its ugly face again in Buffalo. Think the slug is bad? The way the Sabres have been playing lately...reminds you of the goat head days. The bad goat head days...

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  5. How The Bills Can Make The Playoffs

    After their 10-3 letdown to the 49ers in Orchard Park this afternoon, the Buffalo Bills' chances of cracking the world's most prestigious football tournament for the first time since 1999 took a major hit...

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  6. Big Bucks Not Paying Off in Buffalo

    They've paid all the bills, and they've given some key personnel hefty raises, but at the one-quarter mark of 2008-2009, it's not paying dividends for the Buffalo Sabres. It has to be highly disconcerting for Tom Golisano, Darcy Regier, and Co...

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  7. Northeast Division Is Class of the NHL

    It's early, but the Northeast Division has proven to be the best in the National Hockey League so far. Don't agree with me? I have the stats to back it up...

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  8. Joel Quenneville Calms the Waters in Chicago

    The Hawks' new bench-boss has given the team a whole new attitude on the ice. The highly controversial move that had Joel Quenneville replace Denis Savard just four games into the season is now paying dividends...

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