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Columbus Blue Jackets Advance To Round Two

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Round one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Columbus Blue Jackets was sure to be an interesting one. Tampa Bay dominated the regular season with 128 points and captured the Presidents’ Trophy. While Columbus, was one of the two Wild Card teams to make the playoffs. So, what happened in this battle of the …

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Philadelphia Flyers Hire Alain Vigneault

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After a disappointing 37-37-8 record for the 2018-19 season, the Philadelphia Flyers decided to make a big coaching change. On December 3rd, 2018, the Flyers relieved coach Dave Hakstol and replaced him with Scott Gordon up until season’s end. On Monday afternoon, the front office stepped things up and hired veteran leader Alain Vigneault to become the 21st head coach …

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What Is Wrong With The Tampa Bay Lightning?

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The Tampa Bay Lightning had an incredible 2018-19 regular season in the NHL, amassing an outstanding 128 points and capturing the Presidents’ Trophy with an incredible sixty-two wins. The Russian rifle himself, Nikita Kucherov, also had a personal best with 128 points, the most points by a player in Tampa Bay history. However, the team is now suddenly down three …

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NBA Playoffs Preview: A Breakdown of the First Round

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The NBA playoffs are here once again, only this time LeBron James will be watching from the coach. James and the Los Angeles Lakers did not make the playoffs which means we will see some new faces in the finals. The Golden State Warriors are still a superior team looking to win a third title in a row, however, there …

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Cavaliers Capture Their First National Title With a Thrilling OT Win Over the Red Raiders

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It seems like every Final Four someone declares, “This will go down as one of the best title games in recent memory,” until the following year when it happens all over again. Two slowed down elite defensive teams didn’t garner much hype, but Monday night’s matchup in Minneapolis delivered on the promise that March Madness is the greatest show on …

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Leading AAF pass rusher Jayrone Elliott to sign with Miami Dolphins

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San Antonio– Former AAF San Antonio Commanders outside linebacker Jayrone Elliott is committing to the Miami Dolphins. This news comes fresh from the recent news that the American Alliance of Football league was to be suspended, largely due to logistical hurdles, and failed negotiations with the NFLPA to utilize NFL practice squad players.` Elliott began his career as one of …

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Antonio Brown’s Criticism of Former Teammate Struck a Cord Across the League

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On Sunday afternoon, the newly paid and donned Raider let loose some harsh words that spoke poorly of his former teammate, JuJu Smith-Schuster. His words were prompted after an exchange of words with (former) fans on Twitter reminding AB that Smith-Schuster, not Brown, was the 2018 Most Valuable Player for the Steelers. In a tweet, Brown referenced Smith-Schuster’s last minute …

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A Look at the Final Four Teams

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And then there were four. The tournament started out quite tame, but last weekend the drama really intensified. We saw both Duke and UNC’s seasons end in dramatic fashion while teams like Texas Tech and Auburn rose up to earn their spot in the Final Four. Let’s take a look at the last four teams standing. Virginia Cavaliers Virginia is …

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Steph Curry Has Been Shooting Blind

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Steph Curry is easily a top 5 shooter of all-time. The Golden State Warriors point guard has a career average of 23.5 points per game with a 47% field goal percentage. Can you believe he did this all while suffering from a vision problem? The first ever unanimous MVP admitted that he recently tried contact lenses after suffering with the …

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NYPD Investigating Kristaps Porzingis for Alleged Rape

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In a stunning report by The New York Post, former Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis is under investigation for allegedly raping a woman in his New York City apartment. The alleged attack went down the same night Porzingis tore his ACL in a game against the Milwaukee Bucks back on February 7, 2018. The young woman lived in the same Midtown …