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Welcome to latest (and first edition) of Peaks and Valleys, a weekly look at players to target who are on the rise, and players who you may want to consider letting go. You will not see players that are studs in fantasy. Players like Sid Crosby and Daniel Sedin should

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Given the quirky creativeness of myself and my editors that my readers have come to expect, the original plan was to somehow integrate this title with that of the current Tarantino epic in a Photoshop extravaganza. But given the sensitive subject matter, we’ll just say the movie was great, and

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Another hockey season is behind us.  The good news is, the NHL has the shortest offseason of any sport, and players report to training camp in roughly 60 days.  As always, this season brought us many memories.  For the second straight year, and third in the last four, we had

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This article will take on a slightly different format than the normal recaps, mostly because my work schedule was insane and I did not get the opportunity to break down each game, but I have the conch, so let’s face it, the article will follow whatever format I choose. So

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The Wings Took a Midnight Train Home 2nd Round Western Conference Recap (2) Sharks over (4) Red Wings: I finally had one prediction correct: this was to be the most entertaining series of the second round, and it lived up to every bit of the hype. Six of the seven games

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Sweep the Leg Johnny!   NHL Playoffs: 2nd Round Well the Flyers and Capitals are done, so I can officially kick off my hatin’ shoes, lay back and enjoy the Conference Finals.  Not only are they done, but between the two, neither won one game this round, joining Phoenix in

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Bruins’ Tim Thomas It is the end of April, which brings about a few annual constants in my life:  Madison Square Garden is padlocked for the season, the Mets are almost mathematically eliminated from the playoffs (although currently on a bit of a tear) and I have given up hope

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