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My First article from 2010: Canada vs. Russia, The Rivalry

Originally published February 26, 2010 on NHLTR.com

On February 24, 2010 I was able to watch one of the fiercest rivalries in sports as Canada played Russia in the 2010 Olympic Quarterfinals. 792 more words

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Boys swimming team-by-team preview capsules

SOUTHERN I DIVISION

KINNELON

Coach: Brian Boardman, eighth season.

Last year: 6-4.

Returning letter-winners: Aidan McMurrer (Sr.), Kevin Novak (Sr.), Michael Prapolulos (Jr.),McKinley O’Mara (Sr.), Teddy O’Mara (Jr.), Dan Pileggi (Jr.), Danny Polomski (Jr.), Jon Bogda (Jr.), Tim DeFeo (Jr.), Kyle Evans (Jr.), Jacob Fairchild (Jr.), Ryan Griffin (Jr.), Patrick Rzeszutko (Jr.), Nick Schrope (Jr.), Jimmy Armstrong (So.), Ryan Chien (So.), Thomas Dwane (So.), Sophus Schanche (So.), Augie Scorzo (So.), 1,288 more words

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Classic: Brendan Shanahan Wants Female Heckler To Shave Her Armpits [VIDEO]

By @GeorgeJFox

Beyond his impressive talents at Left Wing, Brendan Shanahan also has a razor-sharp wit.

During the ’02 Stanley Cup Playoffs vs the Carolina Hurricanes, Shanahan was spending some time in the penalty box. 163 more words

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Maple Leaf's Brendan Shanahan no 'politician'

Former Detroit Red Wings defenceman Chris Chelios made news this week when, in promoting his autobiography, he tore a strip off former teammate and current Toronto Maple Leafs president Brendan Shanahan. 392 more words

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The Players' Tribune Tribune- What's a "Brendan Shanahan"?

Well, I see Derek Jeter has stopped trying to get people who a) are an active player in their league of b) relevant to anyone outside of New Jersey. 1,007 more words

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Coach's Corner with....

Andrew McGilligan | One Volek in Time

Who would you choose to follow Don Cherry as the host of Coach’s Corner on Hockey Night in Canada? 425 more words

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Will Scott Stevens become part of the NHL's player safety department?

Straight out of the department of irony, comes word that former New Jersey Devils chief headhunter Scott Stevens is being considered by the NHL as a member of the league’s department of player safety. 419 more words

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