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Monthly Archives: February 2014
When the Olympic break began, the Pittsburgh Penguins were sitting on top of the Eastern Conference with the conference’s best record. Now with Sidney Crosby, Chris Kunitz, Jussi Jokinen, and Olli Maatta returning with some hardware from Sochi, it’s time … Continue reading
Koji Uehara and the Red Sox bullpen weren’t just average during their World Series run this past October. They were a major reason why they even won the title. However, repeating the kind of run the Sox bullpen established during … Continue reading
When MarShon Brooks was a member of the Boston Celtics throughout the first half of the season, there’s no doubt that he was probably getting frustrated because of his limited playing time. Two trades and six weeks later, Brooks found … Continue reading
With the trading deadline behind us, everyone on the Los Angeles Lakers from Jordan Hill to Pau Gasol can now take a deep breath and focus on basketball. The team looks to snap its eight-game home losing streak, which is … Continue reading
The Boston Celtics entered the 2013-14 season in rebuilding mode. This team was never built to be a contender or fight for an NBA title. The Celtics’ management has been extremely wise in terms of managing the team, though. For … Continue reading
The Miracle on Ice happened 34 years ago, but it’s been a mini-miracle of some sorts that the United States has yet to capture a gold medal in hockey since that glorious week in Lake Placid despite having the luxury … Continue reading