1. The New York Jets' Matteau Moment

    Recently, a fellow bleacher report writer had written an article about Matteau's game winning goal against the Devils in the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals that launched the Rangers to the Stanley Cup finals...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about over 5 years ago 174 reads 1 comments

  2. Video Replay Favoring Mets, But Possibly Flawed

    For the past few series', the New York Mets have been thriving on the success of their starting pitching, Gary Sheffield, and MLB's new video replay. In recent games, the Mets have had three home runs reviewed...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about over 5 years ago 108 reads 4 comments

  3. Sean Avery's Role against the Washington Capitals

    The New York Rangers barely made it into the playoffs, squeezing into the seventh seed in the Eastern Conference. Their first-round rival is the quick and deadly Washington Capitals...

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  4. Henrik Lundqvist's Greatest Weakness Heading Into the NHL Playoffs

    The New York Rangers have done a complete 180 a few weeks before the postseason. They went from a puck possession team with a player friendly coach to an aggressive shooting team with a strict and demanding coach...

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  5. Fredrik Sjostrom and Blair Betts: The Most Under-Appreciated New York Rangers

    Lost in the NHL playoff push, the team's new coach, and the additions of Sean Avery, Nik Antropov, and Derek Morris, are Blair Betts and Fredrik Sjostrom, the two most under-appreciated New York Rangers...

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  6. New York Rangers: Best Case, Worst Case

    It's late March, and while everyone is getting caught up in March Madness, I am focused on the final stretch of the Rangers' season...

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  7. Jay Cutler's Demand Creates Opportunity for the New York Jets

    After a meeting with first year coach Josh McDaniels early Saturday morning, Jay Cutler told the Denver Bronco's he wanted to be traded because of a lack of trust...

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  8. Fairfield-Manhattan: Stags Win Propels Them to Final Four in MAAC Tourney

    On Saturday, March 7, the Fairfield University Stags beat the Manhattan Jaspers 68-61 to move on to the MAAC Conference semifinals against the No. 1 seed Siena Saints. As you may already know, the Stags have been plagued by injuries all season long...

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  9. Previewing the MAAC Tournament

    This weekend, March 6 through March 9, the teams in the MAAC will play in a tournament in Albany, New York for their chance to go to the national tournament. Usually, the MAAC only has one team representing on the national stage...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about over 5 years ago 244 reads 1 comments

  10. The Pats Lose Out In Trading Matt Cassel

    On Saturday, February 28th the New England Patriots traded the player that shows the most potential in the entire organization, Matt Cassel...

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  11. Tom Renney Firing Unfair, But Necessary

    After the Rangers honored Howell and Bathgate at MSG this past Sunday, they ended the night by losing in overtime to the Toronto Maple Leafs, the team that has given up the most goals in the NHL...

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  12. There Is Something Wrong in Stag Nation

    Before the NCAA basketball season began, most people ranked the Fairfield University basketball team second in the MAAC, behind only the Sienna Saints, who went to the National Tournament last year and won a first-round game against No...

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  13. Mike Komisarek: A Modern Day Jeff Beukeboom

    Normally, I would not give so much attention to a single player, because I like a lot of different kinds of players. But growing up, I remember hearing about this great hockey player, who was just a few years older than me, going to my middle school...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about almost 6 years ago 271 reads 2 comments

  14. Why Isn't Ovechkin, not Crosby, the "Face of the NHL"?

    As I sit in my apartment here at Fairfield University watching the Rangers-Pens game on NBC, I can't help but to reinforce all of my preconceived notions of the "Face of the NHL" (Sidney Crosby)...

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  15. Henrik Lundqvist Vs. Mike Richter

    So which of these two goalies is the best in New York Rangers history? Before i begin, i must show Giacomin some respect, because i believe he is the third best in Rangers history, he was still a great one...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about almost 6 years ago 1,375 reads 7 comments

  16. Who Is the Team To Beat in the NL East?

    Right off the bat, I'll tell you who it is, it's the Phillies. And I will tell you why; they won the World Series. That is why the Giants were the team to beat this past season in the NFL, and why the Red Wings are still the team to beat in hockey...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about almost 6 years ago 112 reads 8 comments

  17. Sean Avery Will Return as a New York Ranger

    BEFORE YOU READ, DONT THINK THIS IS BREAKIGN NEWS. THIS IS MERELY MY OPINION!!! There is a lot of speculation as to what the Rangers will do after losing out on Sundin to the Canucks. Well, I have the answer for you...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about almost 6 years ago 1,082 reads 18 comments

  18. Blame the New York Jets' Coaches, Not Brett Favre

    There is plenty of speculation on why the Jets missed the playoffs after being 8-3, then finishing 9-7. Was it Favre? NO, it was no Favre's fault...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about almost 6 years ago 283 reads 3 comments

  19. The New York Jets and Their Offseaon Problems

    First, the quarterback position poses many possibilities for the Jets. First is Brett Favre and the possibility of him coming back...

    John  Hart Written by John Hart about almost 6 years ago 82 reads 1 comments

  20. NFC and AFC Championship Predictions

    This past week, we saw a surprising win for Arizona, an upset win for the Eagles, a Ravens QB who is the first rookie ever to win their first two-playoff games, and a Steelers team who is getting ...

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