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Pitt Season Predictions

We’re back with one of the most fun episodes we do all year… Pitt season predictions! It’s time to break down each and every Pitt game on the schedule and make our picks for how Pitt’s season will play out. 51 more words

Pitt Panthers

NTTB Podcast (Episode 7) - So Good, Had To Do It Twice

On Episode 7 of the NTTB podcast, we discuss the following topics:

  • Confirmed dates from the schedule
  • Steven Adams shaves his ‘stache. What?????
  • Patrick Patterson surgery…
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Oklahoma City Thunder

NHL Preview: Florida Panthers Season Preview 2017-2018

Florida Panthers(6th Atlantic, 35-36-11): The Panthers season in 2016-2017 was majorly disappointing, after finishing among the top of the Atlantic in 2015-2016, last year was a major step backward. 350 more words

Road To A Championsip: NBA Atlantic Division Predictions

With October quickly approaching, it’s about time to look at each and every NBA division and their potential for the upcoming season. Today, we will do a deep dive into the Atlantic Division and predict which teams have what it takes to grab a playoff spot. 1,143 more words


Montreal Canadiens: Team Off Season; 2017-2018 Preview

Montreal Canadiens(1st in Atlantic; 47-26-29): Montreal saw a first round exit to the New York Rangers last season, after a disappointing 2015-2016 the Canadiens bounced back nicely in 2016-2017, taking over the Atlantic once again. 399 more words

Ottawa Senators: Team Off Season; Look at 2017-2018 Season

Ottawa Senators (2nd in Atlantic; 44-38-10): Ottawa saw massive success this past season after making their first Conference final appearance in ten years. Ottawa was deemed an underdog when entering the playoffs and caused major havoc knocking off Boston and New York. 371 more words

Boston Bruins: Team Off-Season; Look at 2017-2018

Boston Bruins (3rd in Atlantic; 44-31-17): Boston ranked 13th among NHL teams in goals for(232) and averaged 2.83 goals per game. After being knocked out of the playoffs in the 1st round to Ottawa, the Bruins had to address their defensive needs and offensive needs. 293 more words