Like all metropolitan area hockey fans, I was looking forward to the scheduled start of a new season next week. But the NHL, in its infinite idiocy, made the announcement yesterday of the first of likely many game cancellations due to the owner’s lockout.
Let’s fast-forward from my mid-80s, NHL-crazed days at Binghamton: The NHL might be canceling its season for a second time in less than ten years. And hardly anyone cares.
It is ON! Well, maybe not. The Knicks have ruled, and will continue to rule, New York City.
With stars on both sides, the Knicks-Nets rivalry is sure to entertain on the court. Off it? Prokhorov has that covered.
Carmelo Anthony wouldn’t take the blame for Jeremy Lin leaving the Knicks, but he did acknowledge that he’ll always take the brunt of criticism when things go wrong.
Now that he’s settled in as a Houston Rocket, former Knick Jeremy Lin is taking some time to reflect on what ensued in the past year of his life.
There’s plenty of blame to go around when figuring out who to point the finger at for the loss of Jeremy Lin. It should be no surprise that it all starts at the top.
Craig began today’s radio program on a somewhat somber note, if you’re a Mets’ fan anyway.
Let’s face it: keeping Jeremy Lin was an on-court and financial gamble the Knicks couldn’t risk taking.
Jeremy Lin could be a starting point guard in this league for a decade. He could make All-Star teams. And the Knicks just gave him up for nothing.
Ever hear of the stretch provision? It might just save Jeremy Lin’s career in New York.
This is what you’d call irony. Knicks fans, at least the majority of them, want James Dolan to step in, overrule his basketball people and bring Jeremy Lin back to the Garden.
In what can best be described as a grab bag segment, the guys spoke about a number of topics. It started with Craig bringing up how Spike Lee caught a bat while attending a Yankee game over the weekend.
With Marcus Camby returning to Madison Square Garden, the present-day New York Knicks are resembling their defensive-strong teams of the late 1990s. Who is to say that New York can’t be the third-best team in the East?
Henrik Lundqvist’s long wait to win the Vezina Trophy finally ended Wednesday night, as one of hockey’s good guys came away with the ultimate goalie prize.
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