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April 26, 2017: A Dark Day in Sports Journalism

ESPN has ran with this moniker of “The World Wide Leader in Sports” for what seems like, well, forever. One would think that ESPN valued all sports equally, right? Prepare to be amazed. The “World Wide Leader” went on a damn purge Wednesday, firing writers and on screen personalities left and right. The hardest hit

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Bloody Wednesday at The Joe: Red Wings-Avalanche Blood Feud

Check out the story behind one of the NHL’s bloodiest and most intense feuds!

Bishop Dealt to Los Angeles

The Tampa Bay Lightning have agreed on a trade deal with the Los Angeles Kings.  The trade involves the Kings goaltender Peter Budaj, defenseman Erik Cernak, a seventh-round pick in the 2017 NHL Draft as well as a conditional pick in 2017 from the Kings, in exchange for goaltender Ben Bishop and a fifth-round selection

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Robby Fabbri to Miss Rest of Season

St. Louis Blues forward Robby Fabbri will miss the rest of the season with an ACL Injury to his left knee, the team’s official Twitter account confirms. Fabbri will be eligible for return in September.  Robby Fabbri will miss the rest of the season with an ACL injury. Agostino and Paajarvi have been recalled. https://t.co/yftTp1RRCD

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Bill Foley trademarks “Las Vegas Desert Knights”

Las Vegas NHL owner Bill Foley has trademarked “Las Vegas Desert Knights”. This could possibly be the name of the newest NHL franchise, which is set to enter the league for the 2017-18 year. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, domain names for lasvegasdesertknights.com, vegasdesertknights.com, and desertknightshockey.com were all registered to Moniker Privacy Services. MPS

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Who Should Succeed Henrik Zetterberg as Red Wings Captain?

The Detroit Red Wings are one of the most storied teams in NHL history. Guys like Ted Lindsay, Gordie Howe, Steve Yzerman, Nick Lidstrom and many more have worn the “C” on their Jersey as team captain. The team has had no shortage of great leaders and seemed poised to see many more in the

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