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Rangers Force Game 7 Against Penguins

By Dan Mount, Contributing Writer After a week filled with emotion, Martin St. Louis injected some into the New York Rangers. St. Louis scored the game-opening goal three minutes, 34 seconds into the first period as the Rangers beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, 3-1, to avoid elimination for the second time in the series and force a winner-take-all game seven at ... Read More »

EVOLVE 30 Results from Brooklyn, NY

EVOLVE 30 May 10th, 2014 Brooklyn, NY http://goo.gl/A2rXzO Courtesy of Chris at www.PWPonderings.com   1) Caleb Konley def AR Fox after countering the 450 with knees to the gut and a small package 2) Blake Edward Belakus def Ryan Rush with burning hammer face plant finisher 3) Josh Alexander def Tim Donst with a tombstone pile driver 4) Three way ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

5/9/14 The Yankees will be retiring Joe Torre’s #6 in a ceremony planned for August 23, 2014. It was also announced that the Yankees will honor former players Goose Gossage, Paul O’Neill and Tino Martinez with plaques in Monument Park on three separate dates this summer. I have heard some fans that are critical of the Yankees retiring too many ... Read More »

Cruz Working to Make a Difference

USA NETWORK AND NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE TO LAUNCH EXPANDED “NFL CHARACTERS UNITE” PROGRAM, PRESENTED BY GMC, WITH STAR PLAYERS HELPING YOUNG PEOPLE TACKLE HATE, BULLYING AND DISCRIMINATION New Weekly Vignette and Webisode Series Kicks Off Monday, December 2; Project Culminates with One-Hour Documentary Premiering on USA During Super Bowl Weekend Other Participating NFL Players Include Victor Cruz, Mark Herzlich, Nick ... Read More »

Mariano plays “Santa Man.”

Today, Yankees legend Mariano Rivera presided over DICK’S Sporting Goods’ (DSG) giant “Gift Locker” in Flatiron Plaza, NYC, where free gifts were (and continue to be) distributed every ten minutes from 9 a.m. ET to 5:00 p.m. ET. Rivera famously received gifts from opposing teams during his farewell season with the Bronx Bombers, and was eager to return the favor ... Read More »

Boyd Hopes to Return to Blackbirds

By Richard Kagan For Julian Boyd, his college basketball career may begin in January and end in March. Boyd, a Northeast Conference Player of the Year a few years ago, is attempting to return to action from a second anterior cruciate ligament surgery on his right knee. Last season, in the eighth game, Boyd suffered his first torn ACL after ... Read More »

Madison Square Garden to unveil fully transformed arena

MADISON SQUARE GARDEN TO UNVEIL FULLY TRANSFORMED ARENA ON OCTOBER 24 AT 11AM Unprecedented $1 Billion Three-Year, Top-to-Bottom Transformation Project Complete New York, NY, October 15, 2013 – The Madison Square Garden Company will unveil a fully transformed Madison Square Garden Arena on Thursday, October 24 at 11:00 a.m., marking the completion of its unprecedented $1 billion, three-year, top-to-bottom project. ... Read More »

Cosmos Stun Rowdies 4-3

The New York Cosmos strengthened their hold on first place in the North American Soccer League standings with a stunning 4-3 victory over previously undefeated Tampa Bay. New York overcame a 3-1 first half deficit by scoring three unanswered goals, two of which came just two minutes apart in the second half. The winning goal, coming in the 82nd minute ... Read More »

Cosmos delight fans with exciting 2-1 win

In only their second home game of the new season, the New York Cosmos defeated the San Antonio Scorpions 2-1 in an exciting battle to the end. The winning goal scored by Henry Lopez in the 91st minute had the home team's fans on their feet celebrating just when it appeared the contest would end in a tie. The victory ... Read More »

Smacking it Down at Nassau Coliseum

Lights…Camera…Smackdown! The popular WWE extravaganza rolled into the Nassau Coliseum on June 4th and the atmosphere was raw and electric. Although only three quarters of the sixteen thousand plus seating was available for the event due to the set-up of the ring and corresponding theatrics, there was not a seat to be had. And even though the bulk of the ... Read More »