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Hockey Talk today coming at you from the Walnut Grill in Fox Chapel. Rob Rossi at 6:10, Paul Steigerwald at 6:40. We'll also have Rob King of Root Sports at 4:30 and Dave Bryan of Steelers Depot at 5:30. Get involved!
Seanson 3, Episode 101 of The Terrible Podcast is up- Dave Bryan and I have plenty to talk about as the Pittsburgh Steelers prepare for their first OTA session that will take place in a couple of weeks.
Dan Bylsma has announced his goalie for Thursday night and to no one's surprise, it's Tomas Vokoun. It's Tomas Time. His numbers this season against the Isles: 3-0, 0.9 GAA and a .970 save percentage. On the season he's 13-4, with a 2.45 GAA and a .919 save percentage with 3 shutouts. This is why he was signed. Could be the biggest of Ray Shero's moves over the past year.
Being Sidney Crosby affords many privileges.
Living a normal life certainly isn't one of them.
Crosby's latest ordeal — a broken jaw that occurred precisely when the prodigy-turned-icon had again brought the NHL to its knees — is merely the latest example of a gifted, cursed superstar and his quest for peace.
Join 970 ESPN LIVE on Wednesday May 15th with Savran on Sports (12N-2P) & David Todd (4P-7P) for a preview the 2013 Preakness.
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BOSTON -- In one of the most inspiring moments of the NHL season, the Boston Bruins and their fans paid tribute to one of their own Saturday at TD Garden, just prior to the opening faceoff of Game 2 against the Toronto Maple Leafs in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals.
When I placed my NBA MVP vote a few weeks ago, I knew I would be in the minority. I knew LeBron James was the prohibitive favorite to win his fourth award because he unquestionably is the best player in the game.
I voted for Carmelo Anthony based on his importance to the New York Knicks, who, if you haven’t been paying attention the past decade, have failed to be relevant.
When the voting was announced Sunday afternoon, I was flabbergasted to learn I was the lone voter among 121 to not give LeBron a first-place vote, truly believing Anthony, Kevin Durant, Chris Paul, and perhaps even Kobe Bryant would snag a first-place vote or two.
Firstly, when I submitted my vote in mid-April, I had no idea I would be the only voter to leave LeBron out of first. This isn’t Mrs. Wilson’s class, I don’t walk around asking fellow sportswriters their answers to the US History quiz. I had no idea whom the writers were voting for, so this was no LeBron conspiracy.
Yea, Shamarko does everything violently, and oh, by the way, he ripped a 4.38 on that one.
Last night we saw the unhappy side when they kept showing Geno in the Green Room (cue the Aaron Rodgers video). Here is the other side. Justin Pugh and his boys go nuts. Good times.