1. Penguins-Capitals: Momentum Shifts as Malkin Awakens, Pens Win 3-2 in OT

    To my readers, I extend my apologies for the lateness of this game summary as I have been experiencing some minor technical difficulties with this wonderful contraption of a computer...

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  2. Penguins-Capitals: Crosby and Ovechkin Make History In Washington's Win

    Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin played a spectacular game of one-upmanship on Monday night. The two biggest superstars in the NHL recorded dueling hat tricks in front of a fever-pitched Verizon Center crowd of nearly 19,000 screaming Capitals fans...

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  3. Penguins-Capitals Game Two Preview: Power Outtage Haunts Pittsburgh

    The Pittsburgh Penguins, and Sidney Crosby in particular, are still scratching their heads after Saturday’s 3-2 loss to the Washington Capitals in game one of their second round series...

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  4. Kentucky Derby Winner Mine That Bird to Run in Preakness

    Of the 14 starters that will enter the gates at the Preakness, none will be more watched than Kentucky Derby Winner Mine That Bird. Bennie Woolley Jr...

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  5. Cleveland's LeBron James to Be Named NBA MVP

    A month after Mike Brown was named NBA Coach of the Year, The Plain Dealer of Cleveland and the Associated Press are reporting that LeBron James will be named NBA MVP for the first time...

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  6. Detroit-Anaheim: We Have a Series! Ducks Shock Wings in OT Thriller

    12 years after he scored the overtime game-winner for the underdog Edmonton Oilers in a game seven against the Dallas Stars, Todd Marchant struck again in overtime for only the second time in the playoffs...

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  7. Pens-Caps: Validated Vindication As Varlamov Is Vibrant in Victory

    “The Penguins have the decisive advantage in goaltending, and that will be the difference in this series...

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  8. Morning-Line Favorite "I Want Revenge" Scratched from the Kentucky Derby

    I Want Revenge became the first morning-line favorite to be scratched from the Kentucky Derby on the day of the race when trainer Jeff Mullins found a hot-spot on the three-year old colt’s ankle this morning...

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  9. Penguins-Capitals: The World Will Be Watching

    The Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins open their second-round series on Saturday, and Gary Bettman is absolutely salivating at the amount of attention this matchup is going to generate...

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  10. Chicago Bulls-Boston Celtics: Simply Put...Thank You

    he Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics thrilled a sold-out United Center and an NBA universe again on Thursday night...

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  11. Detroit Lions Draft Special: A "What-If" Look at What Could Have Been

    There will be a lot of critics analyzing the decision of the Detroit Lions to select Matthew Stafford with the first overall pick in the NFL draft...

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  12. Penguins-Flyers: Pittsburgh Eliminates Philadelphia in Six Games

    The Philadelphia Flyers had the Pittsburgh Penguins on the ropes. Dazed and confused, the Penguins seemed to be stumbling toward a monumental first-round collapse. Philadelphia had outplayed Pittsburgh in four straight games...

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  13. Pittsburgh-Philadelphia: Biron Stymies Penguins, Fourth-Liners Shine

    Last night the 110th consecutive sell-out crowd at the Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh watched their beloved Penguins get beaten, bruised and embarrassed by their arch-rivals the Philadelphia Flyers...

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  14. Rumor Has It: Yankees and Mets to Meet and Discuss Ticket Prices

    (For the record: this photo was chosen so illustrate the empty seats. Ironic, isn't it? Mark Teixeira, the big off-season acquisition who cost more money than half of baseball's payrolls is overshadowed ...

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  15. Chicago Bulls' Guard Derrick Rose Named NBA Rookie of the Year

    The Chicago Bulls' search for a cornerstone player to lead their team into the future may have ended today, as Derrick Rose was named the NBA Rookie of the Year...

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  16. Flyers-Penguins: Fleury Advisory Warning in Full Effect for Pittsburgh Win

    The National Weather Center has issued a Fleury advisory for the Western Pennsylvania region. Reports indicate that the storm is currently heading west from Philadelphia, and is leaving a path of orange-clad destruction in its wake...

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  17. Pittsburgh-Philadelphia: Revitalized Flyers Look To Seize Momentum

    Pittsburgh and Philadelphia looked destined to put on another classic yesterday at the Wachovia Center. It was the Flyers, however, that showed the poise of a champion in the face of adversity, and avoided falling behind in the series 3-0...

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  18. Pittsburgh-Philadelphia: Penguins Look To Bury Flyers In Game Three

    Philadelphia faces a must-win game Sunday, as they are in danger of falling behind 3-0 in their first round series with the Pittsburgh Penguins...

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  19. A Brief History Of Wrestling and Where Does John Cena Fit?

    Throughout the history of the WWE there have been countless figures that have changed the landscape of professional wresting, both in the ring and out, into the product we have today...

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  20. New Jersey Devils-Carolina Hurricanes: Hockey's Past Meets Hockey's Future

    The last time Carolina and New Jersey met in the playoffs was the second round of 2006, and the Hurricanes were well on their way to winning the first Stanley Cup in franchise history...

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  21. Boston-Montreal: Can the Bruins Defy History?

    This first-round matchup between two of the original six teams in the NHL is not as one-sided as it may appear. 2002: The eighth-seeded Canadiens upset the top-seeded Bruins. 2004: The seventh-seeded Canadiens upset the second-seeded Bruins...

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  22. Capitals-Rangers: Can New York's Experience Trump Washington's Talent?

    The first round matchup between the Washington Capitals and New York Rangers pits two polar opposites against each other in what could a better series than most anticipate...

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  23. Penguins-Flyers: First Round Intra-State Civil War

    The playoffs are here, and a civil war is about to be waged between two bitter intra-state rivals. The Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers are two of the bitterest rivals ...

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  24. Angel Cabrera Wins Masters: Final Round Recap (Holes 8-10)

    There is no doubt about it, we will be talking about the 2009 Masters for many years to come.What will arguably go down as one of the greatest major championships in history was made ...

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  25. Surprising Faces Atop the Leaderboard: Third Round Recap from Augusta

    Sunday at the Masters is shaping up to be one of the most exciting final rounds in a major in recent memory. With a host of new, and unexpected, faces atop of the leader-board, there is no telling how the final 18 holes are going to play out...

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