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NY Sportscene Children’s Foundation Presents Check to SUNY Farmingdale

New York Sportscene Children’s Foundation Chairman Mike Cutino spearheaded the first annual NY Sportscene Children’s Foundation Celebrity Golf Classic this past summer to the delight of our local charitable causes and youth organizations. This past week, Cutino presented the SUNY Farmingdale Alumni Association with a check from funds raised at the Golf event. Pictured above: (left to right) NY Sportscene ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

It’s Dan Mount again, and I’m back with this week’s edition of the Three Periods blog. This week I take a look at the youth movement going on in the NHL, the red-hot Montreal Canadiens and Columbus Blue Jackets hiring John Tortorella. Let’s drop the puck on this blog. First period If you think you’ve heard the phrase “scored his ... Read More »

Three Periods with Dan Mount: A Look at the NHL

I’m back after being a healthy scratch last week. We’re a week or more into the National Hockey League season, but there’s still time for me to offer my preview of what’s going to happen this season. The first period will tackle the Eastern Conference the second period will predict the West and the final will lay out the Stanley ... Read More »

Mets-Dodgers NLDS Overview with Mike Lalor

On Friday night, the New York Mets (90-72, 1st NL East) opened their National League Division Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers (92-70, 1st NL West) at Dodger Stadium. This is the first postseason appearance for the Amazins since 2006. For the Dodgers, this is their 3rd straight postseason appearance; they won the NL West this season for the 3rd ... Read More »

TIER 1 WRESTLING’S “RUMBLE IN THE CONCRETE JUNGLE” (10/2) RESULTS FROM QUEENS, NY

By Chris Ruiz, Contributing Writer Despite New York City being slammed with rain and knocked around by powerful gusts of wind, Tier 1 Wrestling’s ‘Rumble in the Concrete Jungle’ was where the majority of the carnage went down. PRE-SHOW Paco and Curt Stallion, two of the top students of Michael Elgin’s Training Systems, took on the unenviable task of opening ... Read More »

College Football with Joey Lucci

We learned a lot about schools in September but we also learned there are a lot of unanswered questions that may be answered in October. I think we all can say that Oregon is a bit overrated and that Utah is pretty good. What is going on with Auburn and could Kentucky be a force in the SEC East? The ... Read More »

New York Sports with Mike Lalor

Week 4 Preview: New York Jets at Miami Dolphins (in London) …and around NY sports Following their first loss of the 2015 NFL campaign, the New York Jets (2-1) traveled to London and will take on their long-time AFC East rival, the Miami Dolphins (1-2) this Sunday, at famous Wembley Stadium. Without starting RB Chris Ivory and starting WR Eric ... Read More »

2015-16 NEW YORK KNICKS PREVIEW: ARE WE STAYING ME7O?

By Jared Mintz, Guest Columnist courtesy of BroJackson.com Re·build rēˈbild/ verb build (something) again after it has been damaged or destroyed. When Phil Jackson was named as President of the New York Knicks towards the end of the 2013-14 season, it really wasn’t to bring the organization a quick turnaround. It was to rebuild a roster that was damaged, and in return, set in place ... Read More »