Found April 25, 2013 on
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In the latest piece of evidence indicating that video game football is not exactly a reflection of reality, Barry Sanders became the second straight Detroit Lion to be named to the Madden cover on Wednesday. Calvin Johnson won the honor last year, and actually broke the “Madden Curse” by having the most productive season by a wide receiver in NFL history. (Unless you consider the fact the Lions missed the playoffs to be a continuation of the curse).
Ironically, the last three covers have been represented by players from the two worst franchises the league has to offer — the Lions and Browns. They still remain the only two teams who have existed since the Super Bowl’s inception to not reach the game. Of course, Megatron and Sanders are several cuts above Cleveland’s representative on the cover– flash-in-the-pan running back Peyton Hillis.
This is actually the second time Sanders has been on the cover. The first is on Madden 2000, where he is shown in the background breaking a tackle...
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SUNRISE, Fla. When you are 9 years old and want the face of the Florida Panthers to sign your jersey, who do you turn to?
The face on the television screen.
That's exactly what one of the children in Steve Goldstein's neighborhood did. The Panthers broadcaster recently discovered a small package on his doorstep. Inside the plastic bag was a full-page letter with kind words...
Via Florida Panthers press release
SUNRISE, Fla. Sunrise Sports & Entertainment today announced that the Florida Panthers will honor the ACC Champion Miami Hurricanes mens basketball team on Thursday with Head Coach Jim Larranaga dropping the ceremonial puck at the Panthers-Maple Leafs game at 7:30 p.m. at the BB&T Center.
Larranaga will be joined by Athletic Director Blake...
After last night's disgusting loss to the Florida Panthers, John Tortorella was asked what went wrong...
"It's 1-1, we're in full control of the game. I don't think we should take a penalty and we don't get the puck out when we're killing a penalty, twice. End of story."
...the Richards penalty was the height of stupidity and the failure...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Adrian Peterson won't get the chance to show he can fight through jinxes as well as he can come back from major knee surgery.
Peterson, the Minnesota Vikings' MVP running back, was a finalist for the cover of the 25th annual Madden football video game cover along with Detroit Lions Hall of Fame back Barry Sanders in an "old school" versus ...
The New York Rangers (24-17-4) visit the Florida Panthers (13-26-6) at at BB&T Center starting at 7:30 p.m. For a preview go to Yahoo! Sports.
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