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The NHL Draft included the Rangers’ selection of 19-year-old Alexis Lafrenière with the No. 1 overall pick. (Courtesy of Twitter)

NHL Draft and Free Agency Review

October 21, 2020

The NHL’s free agent period and draft were both eventful despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Doc Emrick (above) served as the longtime broadcaster of the New Jersey Devils, and later became the lead announcer for the Stanley Cup Final. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Retirement of a Broadcasting Legend

October 21, 2020

Doc Emrick, the longtime television voice of the NHL, announced his retirement this week, and his style, personality and vocabulary will never be replaced.

The Lightning emerged victorious in the Stanley Cup Final, but everybody won due to the lack of COVID-19 cases in the NHL’s hub cities. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Bubble Hockey in Review

October 7, 2020

The NHL’s bubble experiment proved successful, with a safe playing environment and an opportunity to end the season.

Henrik Lundqvist (above) is beloved by Rangers fans. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Rangers Move on from All-Time Legend

October 7, 2020

Henrik Lundqvist will one day have his number in the rafters at Madison Square Garden, but the Rangers bought out the remainder of his contract last week.

The Lightning and Stars will face off in the Stanley Cup Final starting tonight. (Courtesy of Twitter)

Stanley Cup Finals Preview

September 19, 2020

Seven weeks to the day after the bubble began in the qualifying round, the Tampa Bay Lightning and Dallas Stars will drop the puck in game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. One team, Dallas, was not supposed ...

The Stanley Cup Playoffs have reached the final four teams in Edmonton. (Courtesy of Wikipedia)

NHL Conference Finals Preview

September 9, 2020

The conference finals of the Stanley Cup Playoffs are in full swing, with the Stars taking on the Knights and the Lightning facing the Islanders.

The NHL's Response to Protests Across Sports

The NHL’s Response to Protests Across Sports

September 1, 2020

This week has been, to say the least, historic in the world of sports. The Milwaukee Bucks started a string of protests and boycotts across the NBA and sports after the Jacob Blake shooting in Kenosha...

Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson (above) competed along with two of the greatest NFL quarterbacks ever in

Live Golf’s Return: How TNT Outshined NBC in Every Way

May 29, 2020

Professional golf returned to the airwaves on Sunday, May 17 with the “TaylorMade Driving Relief” match at Seminole Golf Club in Florida.

Phil Mickelson (above) found disaster at the 2006 U.S. Open at Winged Foot. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Major Championship Breakdowns, Part III: The 2006 U.S. Open

April 26, 2020

We are back for part three of this quarantine exercise, breaking down the back nine of the 2006 U.S. Open at Winged Foot Golf Club in Mamaroneck, New York, where the U.S. Open will (hopefully) be this S...

Vijay Singh (above) was one of several golfers in contention at the 2004 PGA Championship. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Major Championship Breakdowns, Part II: The 2004 PGA Championship

April 19, 2020

Hello friends. We are back this week with another major championship breakdown. After our run through the 2013 Masters, we are moving back in time to the 2004 PGA Championship. The 86th PGA Championship was played at Whistling Straits in Kohler, Wiscon...

Adam Scott (above) scored his only major victory at the 2013 Masters. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Major Championship Breakdowns, Part I: The 2013 Masters

April 10, 2020

There has been a trend circulating golf Twitter as the coronavirus postpones three golf majors to later in the year and cancels a fourth, and that is to re-watch the final round broadcast of a major cham...

The Islanders are now on the on the outside looking in on the playoff conversation, and injureis and missing pieces hold much of the blame. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Lacerations, Losses and Liabilities: Inside the Islanders’ Freefall

March 11, 2020

After a blistering start to the season, the Islanders have hit a difficult place and injuries play a large part in it, but now is a chance to move forward and make a final playoff push.

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