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By Nick Craddock
Jaromir Jagr will be playing hockey in the state of Pennsylvania again. But he’ll be donning a different jersey.
Today, the first day of NHL free agency (and fittingly Canada Day), Jagr signed a one-year contract worth $3.3 million with the Philadelphia Flyers, the fiercest Atlantic Division rival of the Pittsburgh Penguins, who Jagr helped guide to two Stanley Cups in 1991 and 1992.
Having spent the past three seasons in Russia with Kontinental Hockey League’s Avangard Omsk, Jagr, 39, impressed while in Russia and at the IIHF World Championship in May, when Jagr scored a hat trick in a game against NHL-level competition for his native Czech Republic, proving he had plenty to offer any team. Continue reading
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Photo courtesy of The Epoch Times. 2011 started off with a fantastic BCS National Championship Game. Things have really gone sour with the NBA lockout beginning last night at midnight.
By Josh Kramer
We are at the half way marker of the year 2011. It is definitely hard to believe. But 2011 has been an absolutely phenomenal year in the sporting world thus far. Yet for every up, there has been a down sadly. Here is a further look:
BCS National Championship Game (January 10th) Continue reading
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Tagged Auburn Tigers, BCS National Championship Game, Big East, Boston Bruins, Butler Bulldogs, Cam Newton, CBA, Connecticut Huskies, Dallas Mavericks, Dick Vitale, Final Four, Green Bay Packers, Kemba Walker, Lebron James, Lombardi Trophy, March Madness, Miami Heat, NBA, NBA Finals, NCAA Championship, NFL, NHL, ODU, Oregon Ducks, Pittsburgh Steelers, Stanley Cup, Super Bowl 45, Tim Thomas, Vancouver Canucks, Wes Byrum