Category Archives: Sports Happenings

NHL Stanley Cup Finals

Vancouver vs. Boston. This is a very good match up on paper.  It features the skill and flash of the West against the grit and grind of the East.  Given Vancouver’s home field advantage and the fact that they have … Continue reading

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The Federer Express

Reminiscent of Speed II, Fed has been on Cruise Control for the first three rounds of the French Open.  Now that he has reached the round of 16, he enters what Brad Gilbert from ESPN likes to call “the business … Continue reading

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2011 French Open Tennis

Let the summer season of grand slams begin!  Once again, the story at Roland Garros will be whether or not Spaniard and number one in the world, Rafael Nadal, will be able to dominate as much as he has over … Continue reading

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Shark Attack

Well, as predicted (by me), the Sharks were able to squeak out game 7 tonight.  They had a slight hiccup moments after going up 3-1 in the game, allowing Detroit to score and then immediately go on the power play.  … Continue reading

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Game 7 – Sharks vs. Wings

When this series began, it looked like it could be another classic duel between two frequent foes.  But, San Jose took a commanding 3-0 lead in the series and it looked like they were going to crack the final four … Continue reading

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LAKERS!

Unlike the last 2 minutes of an NBA game, I won’t let this drag on.  The Lakers play the Mavs in game 2 later tonight.  They are currently down 1-0 in the series and NEED to go to Dallas tied … Continue reading

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NHL Playoffs

I am really enjoying this year’s playoffs.  I’m a big fan of the teams in the West and will root for whichever team reaches the Cup finals.  Tonight, it seems the Lightning, Bruins and possibly Sharks (currently 2-2 in the … Continue reading

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ATP Madrid

As I watched Roger Federer struggling to beat Feliciano Lopez this afternoon in just the second round of the tournament, my fear of losing my childhood sports heroes was reaffirmed.  For me, saying goodbye to Jeter, Kobe, R. Fed and … Continue reading

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Farewell Andy (“the Man-dy”, I was a big Fan-dy) Pettitte

Well, much to my dismay, but not surprise, Andy Pettitte of the New York Yankees has finally called it a day and is scheduled to announce his retirement on Friday.  Unlike Mr. Favre (whom I still love), Andy is leaving … Continue reading

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AUSSIE OPEN STARTS!

Hey all you tennis fan… the first Grand Slam of the season has just begun and, no, I’m not talking about bacon & eggs from Denny’s. The notent notables for this two week event will mainly revolve around whether or … Continue reading

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