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Hockey’s former ‘Can’t-Miss Kid’ Bobby Carpenter is taking on the Boston Marathon

Hockey seemed to always come easy for Bobby Carpenter. Marathon running is different story. The hockey sensation from Peabody dubbed the “Can’t-Miss Kid” by Sports Illustrated in 1981, Carpenter played 18 seasons in the NHL for the Washington Capitals, New York Rangers, Los Angeles Kings, Boston Bruins, and New Jersey Devils. He hung up his skates after […] The post Hockey’s...
April 17, 2016

Cowboys on the Clock: Kevin Smith, #17 Overall

Cowboys on the Clock returned yesterday with a name that many Cowboys fans would like to forget, 2006 first round pick Bobby Carpenter. Today, now just 17 days away from the 2016 NFL Draft, we get to take a look at a player who had a much more successful run in Dallas. That player is Kevin Smith, who is the team’s most recent 17th overall pick. Smith was drafted in 1992, and played...
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April 11, 2016  |  Discuss

ESPN writer: The worst Cowboys first-round draft pick of the last 10 years is...

With every NFL draft comes many busts in the top of the first round. A lot of recent non-Cowboys picks come to mind (JaMarcus Russell, Blaine Gabbert, Christian Ponder, Johnny Manziel, etc.), but even the Cowboys have had their fair share of busts recently.ESPN recently took a look at the teams drafting in the top 5 of the NFL draft this year and decided which first-round pick was...
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April 10, 2016

Cowboys on the Clock: Bobby Carpenter, #18 Overall

The NFL Draft is getting even closer, as Cowboys on the Clock continues into some of the highest draft selections the team has ever made. Thus, in theory, the caliber of players that we should be profiling from now until April 28th should increase. However, that has not necessarily been the case, as we have gone through a fair share of busts over these past weeks. Today is no different...
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April 10, 2016  |  Discuss

Carlson's Ironman streak snapped painfully short of Caps' record

The Washington Capitals shut out the Buffalo Sabres 2-0 on Monday night to extend their winning streak to eight games. But the same couldn’t be said for an even more impressive streak, which came to an end after more than five years.Defenseman John Carlson was scratched from the game with a lower-body injury, ending his Ironman streak at 412 games … a mark dating back to Carlson’s...
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December 29, 2015  |  Discuss

John Carlson’s Ironman streak ends at 412 games

John Carlson was a scratch for the Capitals’ game against the Sabres on Monday night, ending his Ironman streak at 412 games. We'd like to take a second and recognize @JohnCarlson74 on 412 straight with the #Caps. #ThankYouCarly #RockTheRed — Washington Capitals (@washcaps) December 29, 2015 Carlson was considered a game-time decision after the...
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December 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Videos: Ohio State Football Created “Club Buckeye” In Its Facility, Featuring Gatorade Shots

The hottest club in Columbus – for one morning anyway – was located inside Ohio State’s football facility, the Woody Hayes Athletic Center.  Serving as a way for players to hydrate for the day’s workout, some Buckeye staffers created “Club Buckeye.”  It included some dated techno music and Gatorade shots, among other things.  VIP only in Club Buckeye
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August 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Ohio State Has Already Put Up A “2014 National Champions” Banner Inside Its Facility

There will surely be more to come, but the first “2014 National Champions” banner has appeared at Ohio State.  Following the Buckeyes’ 42-20 victory against Oregon in the inaugural College Football Playoff National Championship Game, a banner has been put up inside the Woody Hayes Athletic Center – Ohio State’s football facility.  Check it out:  It’s good to be king…...
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January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

U.S. Women’s Hockey Team Beats Finland In Opening Round Of Olympic Tournament

SOCHI, Russia — The puck bounced off Kelli Stack’s chest, and before it could flutter back to the ice she bunted it out of the air, past Finland goalie Noora Raty and into the net. “An ‘oops’ goal,” Finnish coach Mika Pieniniemi called it. And it was just what the Americans needed. Hilary Knight scored 53 seconds into the game and assisted on Alex Carpenter’s second...
February 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Cleveland's Kelli Stack scores in Team USA's women's hockey win

SOCHI, Russia (AP) -- The puck bounced off Kelli Stack's chest, and before it could flutter back to the ice she bunted it out of the air, past Finland goalie Noora Raty and into the net. "An 'oops' goal," Finnish coach Mika Pieniniemi called it. And it was just what the Americans needed. Hilary Knight scored 53 seconds into the game and assisted on Alex Carpenter's second-period...
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February 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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