Monthly Archives: May 2016

The Penguins Might Have Just Penguins-ed Themselves

The Pittsburgh Penguins finally answered the question that everyone had stored in the backs of their minds when the Stanley Cup Playoffs began: Will Marc-Andre Fleury start a game in the playoffs? The answer is yes. Head coach Mike Sullivan announced … Continue reading

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The Sports Squadcast Episode 4 NHL Conference Finals

Good afternoon! Allow me to introduce a very special edition of The Sports Squadcast. With the Conference Finals starting tonight, there seemed like no other time to do an NHL show other than now. Today, I’m joined by two of … Continue reading

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The Sports Squadcast Episode 3 – The Bartolo Colon Saga

After a 10 day absence, The Sports Squadcast makes its return! We discuss the Bartolo Colon home run, the Mets season, and the Yankees struggles. Joining me for this episode are two voices you have heard before, Ryan King and … Continue reading

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The Yankees Are Still Bad

One day after scoring seven runs in a shutout victory against the Baltimore Orioles, the New York Yankees offense returned to their lowly form in a 1-0, tenth inning loss to their division rivals. The Yankees managed only four hits … Continue reading

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Legendary Leicester Season is Why We Love Sports

An editorial by Justin Cirillo There’s a line in one of my favorite movies, “Moneyball”, which captures the joy and drama of sports. Billy Beane, the general manager of the Oakland A’s portrayed by Brad Pitt, after watching his underdog … Continue reading

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Eden Hazard, Not A Fan of Tottenham Hotspur, Wins the Title for Leicester City

The journey is over. The journey that many thought would never even get started. Leicester City, for the first time in their 132 year history, are champions of England’s top-flight division. The impossible was made reality when Eden Hazard, last … Continue reading

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Leicester City Is Going To Win The Whole Bloody League!

On Monday night, Leicester City can become only the sixth team to win the Premier League if Tottenham Hotspur does anything except defeat Chelsea. If that does happen, don’t expect their manager Claudio Ranieri to be the first one popping … Continue reading

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