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NFL Weekend with John Brockway

NFL WEEK 13 GAME PICKS LAST WEEK: 13-3 SEASON RECORD: 115-61 TOP GAMES CHIEFS AT FALCONS: THE CHIEFS OFFENSE MUST GET BACK TO A RUN-FIRST MINDSET TO WIN TIME OF POSSESSION WHILE THE DEFENSE NEEDS THE LB'S TO SUCCESSFULLY LIMIT THE IMPACT OF COLEMAN AND FREEMAN COMING OUT OF THE BACKFIELD. THE ATLANTA OFFENSE NEEDS JULIO JONES TO BE A ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount and it’s time for another edition of Three Periods. We’re at the point at the season where we start figuring out how teams stack up in the playoff race. It’s usually the time when teams start to sweat a little more if they are outside of the playoff positions. This week I look at the ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount and welcome to another edition of Three Periods. It’s the last of the playoffs as the Pittsburgh Penguins have hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup with a 4-2 series victory against the San Jose Sharks. The first period will talk about the Pens and the second will wrap up where the Sharks go from here. The third ... 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 »

Elitism Aside, The Yankees Have Won, For Now

By Kurt Smith of BallParkEGuides.com In case you were out of town in the weeks leading up to baseball season, the Yankees have a new policy regarding entry into the ballpark: no print-at-home tickets. Fans must get real tickets, scan them on their mobile device or watch the game on TV. The move took away the most convenient option for ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hey, everyone. It’s Dan Mount again with another edition of the Three Periods blog. This week I talk about the Minnesota Wild firing head coach Mike Yeo after a disappointing season. I discuss why the Montreal Canadiens even thinking about trading P.K. Subban is one of the most insane ideas and I wrap up this week’s blog with the Dennis ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

Hello, everyone. It’s Dan Mount with another edition of Three Periods. This week was an interesting one in the National Hockey League as we saw two Ontario rivals make a blockbuster trade. We also got the rumor mill going about what teams and venues might be hosting next year’s Winter Classic and/or Stadium Series games. Finally, we salute former New ... Read More »

NFL Weekend with John Brockway

SUPER BOWL 50 REVIEW COMING INTO THE SUPER BOWL THE CAROLINA PANTHERS MADE IT CLEAR THAT IT WAS GOING TO BE JUST ANOTHER GAME AND THAT THEY FELT NO ADDED PRESSURE. ONCE THE GAME STARTED THAT SEEMED TO BE ENTIRELY FALSE. CAM NEWTON OVERTHREW NUMEROUS PASSES, RECEIVERS DROPPED EASY BALLS, AND THE TEAM’S BODY LANGUAGE SHOWED THEY MIGHT BE JUST ... Read More »

Three Period with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

It’s Dan Mount and I’m back with another edition of Three Periods. It may be Super Bowl weekend, but the NHL did some pretty outstanding things over the last couple of weeks. The league managed to turn a potential public relations nightmare into one of the best stories in recent memory. We’re also going to talk about the freefall of ... Read More »

NY Sports Report with Mike Lalor

As we reach the final weekend in January – the lull weekend between the NFL’s Conference Championship games and Super Bowl – there are less than three weeks (20 days as of Saturday) remaining before baseball pitchers and catchers report to Spring Training. For many in the Northeast recovering from Winter Storm Jonas or dealing with Lake Effect snow, that ... Read More »