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Podcast Audio: ‘The Sports Watchdog’ Radio Show Features NBA’s Nate Robinson & NFL’s Colin Cloherty

This weekend’s edition of The Sports Watchdog Radio Show on KDUS Sports Radio Phoenix was epic! In addition to exclusive interviews with Nate Robinson, the three-time NBA Slam Dunk champion, as well as Colin Cloherty, the former NFL tight end, it also featured commentary on the storylines surrounding the end of the NFL regular season and into the NFL Playoffs ... Read More »

NFL DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS INJURY REPORT

JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS at PITTSBURGH STEELERS   JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS       Status Report        QUESTIONABLE LB Blair Brown (ankle), WR Jaydon Mickens (hamstring)   Practice Report        DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE     Wednesday CB Aaron Colvin (illness), LB Paul Posluszny (abdomen), LB Telvin Smith (ankle)     Thursday LB Blair Brown (ankle)            ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount again with another edition of the Three Periods blog. We’re midway through the conference finals and there is still a lot to be decided. The first period will deal with the Eastern Conference final between Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay, while the second period talks about the Western final between San Jose and St. Louis. We’ll ... Read More »

NFL Weekend with John Brockway

NFL GAME PICKS Last Week: 1-1 Playoff Record: 7-3 Regular Season record: 160-96 SUPER BOWL PICK – NEXT WEEK SUPER BOWL QUICK HITS – KICKOFF IS SCHEDULED FOR 6:30 P.M. EST AT LEVI’S STADIUM IN SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – THE PANTHERS OPENED AS A 3.5-5.5 POINT FAVORITE – THE HALFTIME SHOW WILL BE HEADLINED BY ROCK BAND COLDPLAY – THE HEAD ... Read More »

My Mets Story by Gregory Nichols

By Gregory Nichols, lifelong Mets fan and creator of the “Disgruntled Mets Fan” page on Facebook My earliest memory of the Mets is my family celebrating the World Series win in 1986. I don’t remember anything about the game. I just remember my family celebrating, dancing and my older brother printing out “World Champions” on his DOT matrix printer. Ironically, at ... Read More »

One-game Wild Card Playoff in the Bleachers by Bryan Revello

During the decade I spent as a Bleacher Creature at the old stadium, I was lucky to have attended many legendary Yankee classics including memorable performances, “holy shit” moments and series-clinching victories. It has been a few years since I held season tickets but I felt compelled to attend the one-game Wild Card playoff because it is only the 2nd ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello 10/3/15 The upcoming “win or go home” Wild Card playoff game is the first time the Yankees will be a participant since the playoff system changed in 2012. A fitting occasion as the Yankees’ celebrate the anniversary of Bucky Dent’s legendary home run which is the only other time in franchise history that the ... Read More »

Blackhawks shut out Lightning to win Cup

Chicago, IL (SportsNetwork.com) – For the third time in six seasons, the Chicago Blackhawks are Stanley Cup champions. Duncan Keith, the team’s iron man and anchor on the blue line, scored late in the second period and Corey Crawford was marvelous in net as the Blackhawks posted a 2-0 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 6 of the ... Read More »

Tavares nets OT winner to give Isles series lead

Uniondale, NY (SportsNetwork.com) – John Tavares scored 15 seconds into overtime to lift the New York Islanders to a 2-1 win over the Washington Capitals in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series on Sunday. Off the opening faceoff of overtime, Johnny Boychuk blasted the puck into the Washington zone. Capitals goaltender Braden Holtby gloved the shot and decided ... Read More »

Top Shelf: Kings shake off slow start to grab Game 1

By Dan Di Sciullo, NHL Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – For a short time, the New York Rangers showed the hockey world they could compete with the heavily-favored Los Angeles Kings. By the time it was over, however, the Kings proved once again it matters little how they start, it’s the finish that counts. Los Angeles overcame ... Read More »