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I have covered pro and college sports since 1981, and my work has been published by MSNBC.com, NFL.com and ESPN Magazine. I was a senior editor at Pro Football Weekly for 10 years. I have won three awards from the Pro Football Writers of America. I have written eight sports-related books, including Who's Better, Who's Best in Football. I have two children and I am also a long-time youth sports coach.
Regarding the 72 Rangers, it is too bad that Jean Ratelle broke his ankle and was out the final two months of the season. With him at full strength, they beat the Bruins on a regular basis during the season, and I feel if he was at full stride, they really could have beaten the Bruins in the finals. I say "could have."
BTN still appears to be working. Stats.HockeyAnalysis.com is another worthwhile resource to consult while the ES situation is resolved.
My name is Nitsan Peled and I'm a Sports writer working on a piece about the NHL.
There are some issues whithin the article I'm working on that could use some insights from a North American Sports writer.
I would really appreciate it if I could email you some q's regarding the topic.
Steve, you've got a picture of Kemba Walker on top of # 5 of your most amazing moments from the NCAA National Championship game.... Should be Shabazz.....
the fact that you'd take orr over gretzky just means you and hockey don't even belong in the same universe, no less the same sentence
Stick to football where you write good articles, you dont know that much about hockey.
ESPN wouldnt publish your hockey work, bleacher report does cuz anyone can write a bs article and slap it on here
You missed STEVE LARGENT on the "Greatest WR Steals" article.
4th Round Pick, retired holding every major WR record.
Go away, you don't know what the hell you are talking about
How can you have a "Top 25 Pure Goal Scorers" and not include Pavel Bure on the list...doesn't make sense. Just saying...D'
Seriously, stop writing about hockey if you can't get your facts straight.