1. Dallas Stars: 2008 Draft Brings Stars Five Solid Propects

    The Dallas Stars have earned a reputation for drafting players who turn out to be greats in the NHL.Mike Modano is the name most often associated with Dallas and the draft, but several other ...

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  2. WWE Draft 2008 Follow Up: J.R. Issues Statement on Being Traded

    In my last column I ranted and raved about the Draft, and made it clear that the Jim Ross/Michael Cole switch was ratings suicide.I guess I am not the only one who thought this was a bad idea...

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  3. WWE Draft 2008: Out With the Old, In With The... Old?

    For virtually my entire life, almost 23 years of it in fact, I have been an avid fan of pro wrestling. Truthfully it isn't something I choose to hide at all...

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  4. Dallas Stars: Roster Continues to Take Shape

    Continuing on their offseason trend, the Dallas Stars have proceeded to prepare their roster for the 2008-2009 season...

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  5. Big Brown: Desormeaux Good, Dutrow Bad!

    As a trainer of horses, Rick Dutro is outstanding. As the "Public Relations Manager" of Big Brown, to quote a very wise man, "He stinks, and I don't like him!" Everyone across ...

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  6. Dallas Stars: Offseason Proving to Be Active

    Since Dallas's exit from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Stars have wasted no time preparing for next season.To start their offseason, Dallas resigned their interim Co-General Managers, Brett Hull ...

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  7. Instant Replay: Time to Play Devil's Advocate

    In response to my article on favoring instant replay in sports, I was dealt, what seemed like, a challenge...

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  8. Instant Replay: Friend or Foe?

    It's a debate that is being held by every major sport. Should we or should we not implement instant replay? Personally, I think this year in sports is about as PERFECT of a case as to why instant replay works...

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  9. Dallas Stars: No Stanley Cup Doesn't Mean Failure

    For the Dallas Stars, their Game 6 loss against Detroit, which ended their season, was upsetting.But overall, the Stars have nothing to be ashamed of.This season, Dallas was plagued, arguably the worst of any team, with injuries to their top players...

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  10. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Dallas Stars Hoping to Force Game 7 with Win

    Three games into the Western Conference Championship, the hockey world firmly believed that the result of the Dallas and Detroit series would mirror that of Detroit's previous series with Colorado...

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  11. Court Ruling: The Olympics Are For EVERYONE

    When I first heard the story about Oscar Pistorius, his campaign to compete in the Olympics in Beijing, AND that he had no legs, I knew this would be something I would have some feelings about...

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  12. How is it That Owners Make Better Coaches?

    I am going to deviate from my usual NHL playoff recap today, simply because I am annoyed. What is it I am annoyed at? I really don't know. Maybe by the end of this diatribe I'll have a better understanding...

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  13. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Dallas Faces 'Must-Win' at Home Against Detroit

    Game two depicted what was to be expected out of this Western Conference Finals series between Dallas and Detroit.The two teams battled for 60 minutes, with Detroit escaping on top 2-1 and taking a 2-0 series lead...

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  14. Celebrating a Wrestling Legend: Happy Belated Birthday Owen Hart

    It's been almost nine years since I saw a WWE (then WWF) pay-per-view event that I wish never happened.May 23, 1999: I was laying in my room watching WWF Over the Edge, waiting for the Blue Blazer to make his entrance...

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  15. Swedish Standout Fabian Brunnstrom Selects Dallas Stars

    It is official—Fabian Brunnstrom is the newest addition to the Dallas Stars roster.The Swedish Elite star made his decision official prior to game 1 of the Western Conference Championships...

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  16. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Dallas Continues to Struggle Against Detroit in Hockeytown

    As has been the case for most teams this season, Dallas continued its struggle to overthrow the 2007-2008 President's Trophy winning Detroit Red Wings yesterday...

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  17. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Turco Exorcised His Playoff Demons, Now He Takes On "Joe"

    Marty Turco has been criticized for his lackluster play in the playoffs since his first trip back in the 2002-03 season...

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  18. 2008 NHL Playoffs: Detroit Poses Most Difficult Challenge Yet for Dallas

    As the Stars have done in the past five seasons, they entered the Stanley Cup Playoffs saying they would be a team to be dealt with.Up to this year, that really wasn't the case.But this year, the Stars have something special going on...

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  19. 2008 NHL Playoffs: The Battle For Conference Surpremacy Begins

    At the collegiate level, they're known as the "Frozen Four."In the NHL, they're the teams battling for the right to play for the Holy Grail.Regardless, to be at this point in the season, you have proven a lot...

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  20. NHL Playoffs: Sharks Avoid Elimination in Big D

    Entering Game 4, many Dallas fans wanted to bust out the dusty brooms, hold them high, and cheer the Stars onto the Western Conference Finals.It's too bad that didn't happen...

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  21. NHL Playoffs: Dallas to San Jose, "Smile You Son of A..."

    Leaving San Jose down 2-0 wasn't necessarily a bad omen for the San Jose Sharks. In fact, they didn't see it as a negative at all.In the regular season, San Jose posted the number 1 road record in the league, going 27-10-4...

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  22. NCAA Football: BCS = Old & Busted, Playoff System = New Hotness

    It's that time of year again. The time of the year when the conversation is had about the BCS (Blatant Corporate Scam) versus a playoff system.Honestly, I don't know how this conversation keeps happening, and yes...

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  23. NHL Playoffs: Dallas to NHL: Home Ice Is So Overrated

    Entering into the second round of the playoffs, everyone anticipated a long, grueling, drawn-out, series between Dallas and San Jose...

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  24. Avalanche-Red Wings: Detroit Looks to Continue Dominance of Colorado

    This season really hasn't been the best for Colorado when it comes to the Detroit Red Wings.The Avs hope that changes here in the playoffs...

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  25. Dallas-San Jose: The War in the Pacific Continues

    The 2008 Stanley Cup Playoffs are beginning to sound like times from World War II.How?Well for the second consecutive round, two NHL teams will engage in a "battle" in the "Pacific Theatre" of hockey...

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