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Sidney Crosby – The “C” Stands For Classless…Clueless…Both

I find it the ultimate irony to be sitting in suburban Philadelphia writing about how a professional hockey team tried to goon it up in a Stanley Cup Playoff game, baiting and cheap shot-ing their way through all sixty minutes…and that … Continue reading

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Sidney Crosby Concussion Concerns – Penguins Continue To Practice Patience

It seems so long ago…because it was. When Pittsburgh Penguins superstar Sidney Crosby suffered his first-ever concussion in January, no one imagined it would be this long. Shelly Anderson of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette updated his situation a couple of days … Continue reading

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NHL’s 2011-12 Season One-Timer Opportunity

The National Hockey League may have no better chance to increase its popularity and re-establish itself as a major player in this country’s collective sports viewing interest than they will during the upcoming 2011-12 season. There is a labor deal to be … Continue reading

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