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NHL: G Martin Brodeur and LW Martin St. Louis Headline 2018 Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Class

Last week, the Hockey Hall of Fame announced its inductees for 2018 On November 12th in Toronto, eight individuals will be immortalized in the grand hall of the old Bank of Montreal building. In the players category, goaltender Martin Brodeur leads the group. In his 20 NHL seasons, 19 with the New Jersey Devils, Brodeur […]

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2018 NHL Awards: Why We Should Rejoice and Remember

The Vegas Golden Knights did not win the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season. However, at the 2018 National Hockey League Awards Thursday night at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in their hometown, the team that did make the Stanley Cup Final capped off its incredible season by winning four awards. Head Coach Gerard […]

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Lake Erie Crushers: A Return To Baseball For Travis Hafner

The Lake Erie Crushers are a team in in Frontier League of independent baseball. Based in Avon, Ohio a suburb of Cleveland, the Crushers have had success on the field winning the championship in 2009 and have had seven winning seasons in their nine-year existence. On May 2nd. Co-owner Tom Kramig announced that long time […]

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Mid-America Conference: A Time To Look Back And Ahead For The MAC

The Mid-America Conference celebrated its past and looked toward the future when the conference had their annual meetings at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Cleveland. The past was having five new members inducted into the conference’s Hall of Fame. Leading the quintet of honorees was Orel Hershiser. The native of suburban Philadelphia starred at Bowling […]

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We Are All Broncos! Tragedy In Humboldt

The hockey world was shaken to its core late Friday when a bus carrying members of the Humboldt Broncos a team in the Tier II Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League (SJHL) was hit by a tractor-trailer on. As of this moment there are 15 dead including the bus driver and the head coach, several of the […]

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March Madness Memo: Final Four Edition

Well, we have finally made it Back in October 351 Division I Basketball teams started with a dream that dream to be in San Antonio the last weekend of March and the first days of April to play in The Final Four and for one the dream of cutting down the nets Monday night and […]

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March Madness Memo: Syracuse Edges Michigan State In Thriller, Purdue Holds Off Butler

DETROIT – The second round games, before a sellout crowd of 20,060 at Little Caesars Arena were two nail biters. In the end it was Purdue and Syracuse coming out of the Detroit and into the Sweet 16. Here is a look at the two games beginning with the classic battle between Jim Boeheim and […]

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University of Maryland-Baltimore County: How UMBC Became A True Cinderella

Since the NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament expanded to 64 teams in 1985, and then to 68 teams, the past few seasons, no No.16 seed had ever defeated a number one. That is until Friday night in Charlotte, North Carolina when the Retrievers of UMBC (The University of Maryland – Baltimore County) defeated the number […]

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March Madness Memo: Purdue and Butler Advance With Ease

DETROIT – With what happened in the first sixteen games on Thursday with Loyola Chicago taking down Miami (Florida) at the buzzer and then Buffalo from the Mid-American totally dominating Arizona, the focus of the tournament shifted to the second set of game and especially in Little Caesars Arena before a sellout crowd of 20,163 […]

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March Madness Memo: Michigan State and Syracuse Cruise Into Second Round

DETROIT – With Purdue and Butler advancing in the day session on Friday, the night session at Little Caesars Arena saw the “home” team take to the floor as Michigan State faced a senior latent Bucknell team while the final game of the day had Syracuse battle Texas Christian making their first visit to the […]