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Weekend thoughts

There was a report in the Edmonton Journal that the Sabres are very unhappy with Drew Stafford and Tim Connolly’s performances in the playoffs and are now desperate to trade the duo. That’s all fine and dandy. However, I want … Continue reading

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Joe from NYC Vs The Apoligist: Darcy Regier edition

Joe: Why does the last day of the trade deadline make me feel like I’ve just woken up on Christmas Day with coal in my stocking? Fans in Canada are calling in from work to watch TSN coverage. I’m suppose … Continue reading

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Ryan Miller Guarantees gold!! (Not really)

Even though Ryan Miller has been dominating the Olympics, I’m not sure he’s been getting the quality interviews that he deserves. First, he interviewed with Ryan Seacrest (who may be the biggest tool ever). Then, he had a phone interview … Continue reading

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There’s no crying in Golf?!

Well, If Tiger can’t get his wife to forgive him, at least he has this guy. BTW, I’m sure this guy crying for Tiger has absolutely nothing to do with him being on the Golf Channel (Sarcasm). I’m sure the … Continue reading

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Wilson vs Davis

If you think for one second that the Raiders will be taking the high road when it comes to Buddy Nix calling out their franchise, you’re sadly mistaken. This is the same organization that had it’s owner conduct a press … Continue reading

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In case you were wondering what a sexy voice sounded like

So I was listening to Brad Riter’s radio show, and while I like Brad’s show a lot, his views on the Bills were completely opposite of mine. So I decided to pick up the phone and call his show and … Continue reading

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