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Remembering 9/11 on the 20-Year Anniversary today

It’s twenty years later. It still is hard to put into words how I feel about September 11, 2001. 9/11 remains a sad and painful reminder for Americans. For New Yorkers, it stings. The horrifying images still fresh for most … Continue reading

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Hockey acted accordingly during social justice crisis

Let me start off by saying that the point of this blog is to post about the sport of hockey. When we moved on from the Battle of New York to Battle of Hudson, it was originally with the idea … Continue reading

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Long off season continues for hockey fans

Many hockey fans have run out of ideas on Twitter. I have enjoyed the Olympics and baseball in the summer. Continue reading

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2015 Mets were the 2014 Rangers

Watching the way it ended up, I couldn’t help but feel this way. The parallels were haunting. The Mets were the Rangers. Seeing the excruciating ways in which the 2015 Mets lost to the Royals in the World Series was … Continue reading

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Should Noah Syndergaard win NL Rookie Of The Year?

Noah Syndergaard is trying to duplicate Jacob deGrom by becoming second consecutive Met to win NL’s top rookie. Continue reading

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The Summer Of New York Baseball

In the dog days of summer, it’s been an exciting one for New York baseball fans. With the Mets sweeping the Nats with an emphatic 5-2 win at a raucous Citi Field tonight, both the Mets and Yankees are in … Continue reading

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