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The same old champs

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Published on : June 15, 2017

  The Golden State Warriors have just won the 2017 NBA Championship. Congrats to them. They pulled it off in just five games against a very good Cavs team led by superstar LeBron James. This is the Warriors second trophy in just three seasons (three straight finals […]

F the Penguins, go Predators!

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Published on : May 29, 2017

    It’s almost time for another group of warriors to drink from Lord Stanley’s Cup of destiny. The defending champs, the Pittsburgh Penguins are annoyingly back in the trophy round. Their opponent, the Nashville Predators, are making their first appearance in the Stanley Cup Final. And […]

The Red Wings need to bring Steve Yzerman home

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Published on : April 24, 2017

    “Come Home Stevie! Come Home Stevie!”   That’s what a packed house at Joe Louis Arena was screaming as Steve Yzerman walked away from the podium during the closing ceremony for the Detroit Red Wings home for the last 38 years. Yzerman is a hall […]

Joe Louis Arena was more than just a building

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Published on : April 13, 2017

    On Sunday April 9th, 2017 the Detroit Red Wings played their last game at Joe Louis Arena, signaling the end of an era. For 38 years Joe Louis was the heart and soul of Hockeytown, and the list of players who graced the ice in that […]

USA women’s hockey wins big

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Published on : April 4, 2017

  Chalk one up for social justice. USA women’s hockey just made history and it wasn’t with their stellar play on the ice. This was about the players striking for equal rights, pay and treatment. The women of this team bound together and helped move their sport […]

The Sports Oscars

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Published on : March 30, 2017

    Award season has come and gone. And in honor of the recent 89th Academy Awards, ScoreBoredSports would like to present the 1st annual Sports Oscars. Just what America needs, another award show! Press your tux and fill your flask because it’s time to walk the […]

A new chapter for the Red Wings

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Published on : February 28, 2017

    It’s been a very different kind of year for fans of the Detroit Red Wings. Right now, the team is among the worst in the NHL and the chances of them making it to the Stanley Cup Playoffs are dwindling with each passing day and each […]

SBS Guide to: Floor Hockey

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Published on : February 21, 2017

  Foam sticks, a high school gymnasium and all the excitement of the NHL. That’s right, I’m talking floor hockey. Most Americans learn about the sport in gym class during their teenage education. I was lucky enough to play a lot of the hardwood soft stick so […]

How Trump will change the world of sports

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Published on : February 16, 2017

  The Donald is President and he is only weeks into the job and already looking to ruin everything from the environment to education to healthcare. Why would professional sports get a pass? Let’s use our political magic 8-ball and try and guess how Trump will destroy […]

Friendly Reminder That The Greatest Trophy In Sports Isn’t Awarded Until June

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Published on : February 8, 2017

  For those of you that live under a rock, this past Sunday was the Super Bowl. Now, obviously the Super Bowl is the biggest sports game of the year. Millions of people across the country get together, drink beer, eat wings and enjoy the game with friends. It’s just […]

Top 10 NHL Fights Of 2016-2017 Season

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Published on : February 3, 2017

  The NHL All-Star game was this past weekend. With a little over half of the season complete, it’s a good time to recap some recent storylines.   Fights per game is at 0.31. That’s in line with the 2014-15 season, sans most enforcers, and slightly above last season’s 0.28 […]

Garth Snow: the Real Problem for the New York Islanders

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Published on : December 28, 2016

    The New York Islanders are currently having a “decent” season. The team had a rough start in the beginning of the year with the loss of Kyle Okposo, Matt Martin, and Frans Nielsen. However, it seems that the team is getting more used to the […]

Can Kreider, Zibanejad Lead Retooled Rangers In 2016-17?

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Published on : October 24, 2016

    The 2015-2016 season was one to forget for Rangers players and fans alike. After a hot 14-2-2 start, the Blueshirts finished at a 91-point pace. A pace that, over a full season, would’ve missed the playoffs. Considering how the team limped into the first round […]

Best Moments in the History of Joe Louis Arena

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Published on : October 12, 2016

  As the NHL season approaches, so does the final season for the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena. It has been the home of hockey in Detroit since 1979 and is one of the most fabled venues in all of sports. With the end rapidly approaching, […]

What’s the Devil’s Favorite Sport?

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Published on : July 23, 2016

    We already figured out the good side of the this story with Jesus and what he would play, so it seems only right to dive deep into the fiery rings of the inferno and have a conversation with the Prince of Darkness himself. This is […]

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