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Apr 15

Puck Daddy: Flyers give Andrew MacDonald 6-year, $30 million deal


The Philadelphia Flyers apparently liked what they saw out of defenseman Andrew MacDonald after they acquired him from the New York Islanders. With unrestricted free agency looming, they cut him a 6-year, $30-million deal to remain on the Philly blue line. From the Flyers: MacDonald was acquired by the Flyers around this year’s trade deadline …

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Apr 10

Puck Daddy: NHL Three Stars: Bobrovsky sends Jackets to playoffs; what a Maroon

Blog word.

No. 1 Star: Sergei Bobrovsky, Columbus Blue Jackets Officer Bob made 33 saves, including 17 in the third period, to back-stop the Blue Jackets to their first playoff appearance since 2009 and a 3-1 win over the Dallas Stars ? a rescheduled game from March 10 when Rich Peverley fell ill. No. 2 Star: Patrick …

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Apr 05

Bruins clinch top spot in East with 5-2 win

David Krejci, Dougie Hamilton

The Philadelphia Flyers managed to find the back of the net this afternoon, which is more than they could say about some of their recent losses, but it wasn’t enough to reverse their fortunes. Although they were evenly matched with the Bruins for most of the contest, Boston’s Johnny Boychuk and Milan Lucic scored just …

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Mar 24

“The Stack” 3-24-14


Well the first week of the NCAA tournament is in the books and you can definitely tell it’s March, because madness is everywhere. The Stack is here to talk about some of the big storylines from this weekend’s games as the Sweet 16 is set plus some other headlines from around the world of sports. …

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Mar 18

Bruins win 10th in a row, deal blow to Devils’ chances

Boston Bruins v New Jersey Devils

The Boston Bruins face a final month that may challenge their current place as the clear top team in the East, but they kept rolling against a far more desperate team on Tuesday. By beating the desperate New Jersey Devils decisively with a 4-2 score, Boston is now on a 10-game winning streak while their …

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Mar 08

LewPBlog:Dallas Stars ice girls go nuts for Tyler Seguin’s hat trick


You already knew that Tyler Seguin was popular with the ladies. I mean the guy has dated a Playboy Playmate and may have been involved with a famous Olympic gymnast. But did you know that even ice girls love him too? Check out this great photo of the Dallas Stars’ ice girls going nuts after …

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Mar 05

The Sports Bank.net: ESPN hires new on-air talent Britt McHenry, a Northwestern grad


Britt McHenry, a graduate of the Northwestern Medill School of Journalism, has joined ESPN as a Washington, D.C.-based bureau reporter. She will appear on SportsCenter, Outside the Lines and programs like NFL Live and Baseball Tonight. She starts on St. Patrick’s Day. Coincidental, given her Irish surname. Britt McHenry leaves* ABC7/WJLA-TV (since 2010) and News …

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Feb 11

“The Stack” 2-11-14


Not a lot going on a part from the Olympics. Plenty of discussion about Michael Sam saying he is gay and how that could hurt his draft stock. You certainly hope not and you hope that an NFL locker room has enough class and character guys that this wouldn’t be an issue. However, like we …

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Feb 07

“The Stack” 2-7-14


One day of the Olympics is in the books. While there wasn’t a whole lot to the competitions that began, we saw the inaugural events of team figure skating and slopestyle snowboarding. A few thoughts on that and other top headlines to get to so let’s get right to “the stack” for today, Friday, February …

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Feb 06

Jeff Pearlman: The Sports Illustrated Library


My favorite place in the world is the Sports Illustrated library. I’m not exaggerating. My favorite place isn’t Rome, it isn’t Paris, it isn’t New York or Los Angeles or San Diego or even my own house. No, it’s the moderately sized room in the Sports Illustrated offices. Why? Because the place is golden. For …

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