Monthly Archives: April 2011

The heart of the hockey Ducks offense could be a Hart Trophy winner? Corey Perry speaks from Anaheim

The Anaheim Ducks were just eliminated by the Nashville Predators in the Stanley Cup playoffs but their season isn’t over as far as awards are concerned. After scoring a league high and personal best 50 goals this season, right winger … Continue reading

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There’s an NFL Draft in here!

After being told twice in three days by a federal judge that its 45-day lockout was illegal, the NFL has assured teams and players they could resume some of their normal day-to-day football operations beginning tomorrow (Friday). And that includes … Continue reading

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The Lakers take off for ‘The Big Easy’ where it won’t be very easy on Thursday night

I’m in El Segundo at Lakers’ practice just over 24 hours away from their big game 6 in New Orleans where they’ll try to send the Hornets into golfing season with a 3-2 series lead. Kobe Bryant left the premises … Continue reading

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Kobe to the Hornets-I got your sprained ankle right here!

The big question going into tonight’s game 5 between the host Lakers and underdog Hornets was how well would Kobe Bryant’s sprained left ankle respond after just one day’s rest? Well the answer was the usual as Kobe put up … Continue reading

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The Sharks advance after taking a King-sized bite out of L.A.’s hockey fans

An elimination game 6 in any playoff series is always great to be a part of and this one was no different as San Jose blew 3 one goal leads before finally winning in overtime 4-3 over the disappointed Kings. … Continue reading

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Another So-Cal hockey meltdown-this time it’s the Ducks who QUACKED UP in Qwunchtime!

As coach Vince Lombardi so memorably once yelled out from the sidelines “What the hell’s going on out there”?…first it was “The Choke on Chick Hearn Court” (aka the F-up on Figueroa) by the hockey Kings against the rejuvenated Sharks … Continue reading

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This time the Lakers stung the Hornets to even their series

After a lackluster loss in their series opener, the Lakers came out and trailed New Orleans early again 20-11. But they looked a little more like back to back champions in the 2nd quarter surging to their own 12 pt. … Continue reading

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