1. 2013 NHL Season: 5 Bold Predictions for the New Jersey Devils

    For some hockey fans, a season didn't seem doable this year. With Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year all passing us by without any pucks being dropped, it seemed doubtful that a season would start up again...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about over 1 year ago 1,897 reads 10 comments

  2. NJ Devils: Why the Devils Can Repeat Their 2012 Performance

    The New Jersey Devils would love to see an end to the lockout in order to prove that they are still one of the top teams in the NHL . If and when the hockey season returns, the Devils will prove that they can repeat their 2012 performance...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about almost 2 years ago 711 reads 13 comments

  3. New Jersey Devils: Why Another Stanley Cup Run Is Possible

    The brink of hockey season raises questions about how the New Jersey Devils will be able to perform with a change in lineup...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about almost 2 years ago 2,152 reads 12 comments

  4. 3 Reasons New Jersey Devils Should Worry About the 2012-13 Season

    The New Jersey Devils might have made it to the final round of the Stanley Cup playoffs this past season, but for the 2012-13 season they'll have to do more in order to compete with up-and-coming and improving NHL teams...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about almost 2 years ago 1,992 reads 11 comments

  5. Why the New Jersey Devils Need to Start Looking to the Future in Net

    Martin Brodeur is a fantastic goaltender. As a matter of fact, he is arguably the greatest goaltender to have ever played the game. He has won three Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils and has helped them stay successful throughout the years...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 624 reads 4 comments

  6. New Jersey Devils: What Must Be Done to Make Another Stanley Cup Run

    Before the playoffs began last season, many predicted that the New York Rangers would come out on top, at least in the east...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 637 reads 4 comments

  7. New Jersey Devils: Why David Clarkson Is One of the Toughest Players in the NHL

    David Clarkson proved himself to be a star on the New Jersey Devils squad during their playoff run this past season, but with news that he played the postseason with a fractured foot, it's clear that he's even tougher than he seems...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 808 reads 7 comments

  8. What Shane Doan's Signing Could Mean for New York Rangers

    The Shane Doan saga continues. It's still unknown which team the 35-year-old right wing for the Phoenix Coyotes will land on this upcoming season...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 1,996 reads 6 comments

  9. New York Jets: 3 Reasons the Offensive Unit Won't Struggle This Season

    The New York Jets have been called many things over the past few years, but one thing that they haven't been called is Super Bowl champions...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 618 reads 5 comments

  10. New Jersey Devils: Adam Henrique Will Make Devils Forget About Losing Parise

    The offseason brought ups and downs for Devils fans. While three-time Stanley Cup champion goaltender Martin Brodeur was re-signed for two years, the New Jersey team lost their ...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 888 reads 13 comments

  11. Abby Wambach: American Star Will Have Huge Game Against Japan

    Abby Wambach is, by far, one of the best players on the U.S. women's soccer team. The 32-year-old from Rochester, N.Y. unfortunately couldn't compete at the 2008 Beijing Olympics due to a broken leg, but she is making up for it now...

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  12. Olympics Diving 2012: Chen Ruolin Will Dominate Women's 10 Meter

    Chen Ruolin is impeccable when she flies through the air. Her twists and turns are graceful, smooth and she hits the water with ease. Her flexibility can't possibly go unnoticed and her dives almost seem too good to be true...

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  13. NFL: Introducing the Next Generation of Studs in the AFC East

    The AFC East will be jam-packed with new talent and explosive players at the start of the 2012-2013 NFL season. Here are three players to look out for next season...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 142 reads 5 comments

  14. NBA: 5 Teams That Have Much to Prove in the Upcoming Season

    The offseason gives coaches and players a time to step back and make the changes that need to be made. Some teams struggled last year and must focus on rebuilding, while other stronger teams must figure out how to remain contenders...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 1,622 reads 8 comments

  15. Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Aly Raisman Should Win Gold for Women's Floor Exercise

    In today's Olympics schedule , Aly Raisman will be competing for a gold medal for Team USA during the women's floor exercise competition. Raisman faces tough competition against athletes like teammate Jordyn Wieber and Lauren Mitchell from Australia...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 4,950 reads 0 comments

  16. NHL Free Agents: Worst Fool's Gold NHL Signings Ever

    There are many players that are expected to succeed in the NHL , but serious injuries very often can ruin a hockey player's career. Other times, a player will do well pre-signing and then not produce on a professional level...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 471 reads 39 comments

  17. New Jersey Devils: How Adam Henrique Will Impact the Future of the Team

    When the New Jersey Devils are brought up in conversation, all of the well-known players such as Martin Brodeur , Ilya Kovalchuk and Patrik Elias are mentioned. However, one fairly new player will be spoken about just as much in the upcoming years...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 940 reads 2 comments

  18. New York Knicks: Who Will Bring the Hype to the Garden in 2012?

    With the Brooklyn Nets arriving in town, the New York Knicks must go the extra yard in order to bring the hype and excitement to Madison Square Garden in 2012. There are certain players in the league that are game-changers...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 1,913 reads 31 comments

  19. Olympic Gymastics 2012: US Women's Team's 'Fab Five' Will Reclaim Gold

    If you have been watching the women's gymnastics portion of the 2012 Summer Olympics , then it's been impossible not to hear about the "Fab Five." And fabulous they have been. The group consists of five teenaged girls...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 777 reads 0 comments

  20. Missy Franklin: 17-Year-Old Will Edge Ryan Lochte as Next Swimming Superstar

    Missy "The Missile" Franklin is only 17 years old, and is facing the toughest swimming competition in the world during the 2012 Olympics . During the women's 200-meter freestyle preliminary round, she qualified third...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 1,533 reads 0 comments

  21. NHL: What Acquiring Alexander Semin Means to Carolina Hurricanes

    Each offseason, free agents come and go. Alexander Semin was one of the most talked-about free agents this year, and the Carolina Hurricanes were the team that landed the 28-year-old Russian native...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 966 reads 4 comments

  22. 2012 Olympics Women's Soccer: Players to Watch out for in the Olympics

    The US Women's National Team will be one of the toughest teams on the field during the 2012 Olympics. Some players will be destined to succeed such as goaltender Hope Solo and Rochester, N...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 1,977 reads 0 comments

  23. Olympics Opening Ceremony 2012: How Much Goes into the Opening Performance?

    The opening ceremony for the 2012 Olympics is estimated to have cost approximately $42 million . The event will be watched by many around the world in an effort to support their country and their athletes...

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  24. NHL: What the Addition of Zach Parise Means to Minnesota Wild

    The New Jersey Devils were anything but happy when they found out that Zach Parise had signed with the Minnesota Wild for 13 years and $98 million. Parise brings a lot to the table in Minnesota and Wild fans have much to look forward to...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 2,257 reads 6 comments

  25. Brooklyn Nets: Why Patience Must Be a Virtue for Their Fans

    The Brooklyn Nets are absolutely going to be one of the teams to watch when it comes to next season, but it will take some time for new players and teammates to mesh well together...

    Amy Streifer Written by Amy Streifer about 2 years ago 1,365 reads 7 comments