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You have to love the NHL and its bizarre early-season goings on. Especially in the Western Conference’s Pacific Division.

First, the Kings stunk up the joint… 232 more words


When every night is the Main Event

Rainy Saturday nights in November against the lowly Brooklyn Nets. Quiet, tired Tuesday evenings when the wind is whipping outside and the Toronto Raptors are in town. 893 more words


How Important Really Is Pace?

These past two seasons, there has been so much talk of teams playing “small-ball” basketball; a term used to describe a style of play that traditionally involves substituting perimiter oriented players in for interior players. 613 more words


San Jose Sharks Desperate for the Return of Logan Couture

After getting off to an incredible start, 3 wins in 3 with two shutouts, the San Jose Sharks have been on the decline. In their last 12 games they have won 4 and lost 8. 600 more words


Turning South

It was widely expected that the Edmonton Oilers would and should make a turn north this season after 9 years as the worst team in the NHL. 661 more words

This thing has been going on for a while. First, I pronounced the L.A. Kings as dead; turns out those are some lively looking zombies skating around the Staples Center ice these days. 185 more words


Golden State Cruises Past Nuggets To Stay A Perfect 6-0 On The Season.

By Shawn Whelchel

The Golden State Warriors stayed perfect on the season at the conclusion of Friday night’s contest, as an explosive first-half of play saw them easily dispatch the Denver Nuggets in a 119-104 victory at Oracle Arena. 315 more words

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