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The Magic expectedly lost to the Miami Heat on Saturday night at American Airlines Arena. The Heat offense put it on the Magic and the Magic did their best to keep up. Unfortunately, Miami is Miami and few teams can keep up with them offensively. Certainly not Orlando and not without Arron Afflalo.
So this game went as expected, it seemed.
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The Florida Panthers young forward, Jonathan Huberdeau is regarded as the Panthers best forward, and best piece in their future plans. Huberdeau has done some pretty outstanding things in his young career, which is what won him the Calder Memorial Trophy last season.
Yesterday, Jonathan Huberdeau did something that he has never...
The second Swiss team competing at the 2013 Spengler Cup recently announced their roster. Added to the team is goaltender Robert Mayer, a Hamilton Bulldogs puck stopper who was loaned due to the impressive play of Dustin Tokarski in the AHL over the past month. With Tobias Stephan signed elsewhere for the 2014-2015 NLA campaign, will Mayer step up as the [...]
The Montreal Canadiens have assigned goaltender Robert Mayer to Geneve-Servette HC for the upcoming 2013 Spengler Cup in Davos, Switzerland. Mayer had originally signed a two year contract with the Swiss team in February, however the pact included a clause that would prohibit him from leaving the team during his deal. Biel, after hearing the news that Mayer would not join the [...]
(Mackensie Alexander chooses Clemson on ESPNU - USA Today/Robert Mayer)
Flash back to June 14th, 2012 - that was the day the nation's No. 1 recruit, Robert Nkemdiche, announced his verbal commitment to.... Clemson. To say it left the college football world stunned was a little bit of an understatement and it vaulted the Tigers into the conversation of having the best class...
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WordPress refused to fight fairly this morning. Based on the timing of this post and the switched up format, take one guess who excelled in that battle. Hint: Not me.
Thankfully, the NY Jets were more successful than I. Although the Jets 23-20 victory over the Miami Dolphins in OT wasn’t pretty, any of it, a win is a win. And with that win...
The Red Sox signed lefty reliever Jesse Carlson to a split contract with a spring training invite, his brother told Robert Mayer of the local online newspaper the Berlin Patch in a story published yesterday. Carlson, 30, had rotator cuff surgery in May and was removed from Toronto's 40-man roster in November. Sean McAdam of CSNNE.com first tweeted the near-agreement yesterday...