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Blast From the Past: Mats Sundin

Mats Sundin was the first European born player to be drafted first overall in the NHL. He shares the distinction as one of the longest-serving captains born outside of North America.  He became the first European captain in Toronto Maple Leaf history in 1996-1997. He will go down in Leaf history as one of their best ever. Let’s take a closer look at the great career of 6’5″ center, number 13 Mats Sundin.

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“Blast from the Past”: Scott Niedermayer

Graceful, intelligent, smooth-skating, soft-spoken, and a heck of a hockey player. These are just some of the many words used to describe NHL legend and Hall-of-Fame defenseman, Scott Niedermayer. Throughout his illustrious 18-year career in the National Hockey League, Niedermayer only played for two franchises, a rarity in today’s game. His career was split between the New Jersey Devils, where he resided from 1991-2004, and the Anaheim Ducks from 2005-2010. Let’s take a look back at the storied career of Scott Niedermayer, widely regarded as one of the most talented and seldom-talked about defensemen of all-time.

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Dan’s Way Too Early 2021 Big Board

With the 2020 NFL draft officially over, it time to start looking at the prospects of 2021. Here, I will take a look at the top-25 players who will be entering the NFL draft next season.

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Report: Patriots Interested in Adding Dalton

The New England Patriots continue to push forward with their quarterback search.

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Recapping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Draft

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are going to be a team that draw a lot of eyes this season. How’d they do in the draft?

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Blast from the Past: Mike Modano

Over the last 15-20 years, the United States has seen a surge of talented, American-born hockey players. From Mike Richter, Tony Amonte, Jamie Langenbrunner, Bill Guerin, Pat LaFontaine, Brian Leetch, Patrick Kane, Ryan Suter, Auston Matthews, and Jack Eichel, the  U.S. presence in the National Hockey League continues to rise at a steady rate. Enter Livonia, Michigan native, Mike Modano, and you have perhaps the cream of the crop of USA hockey. Let’s take a closer look at the NHL career of Mike Modano and the road he paved for the next generation of hockey players south of the Canadian border.

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Broncos X-Factor: Drew Lock

The Denver Broncos have clear agenda this offseason: improve the offense.

Quarterback Drew Lock will be the lucky beneficiary of incoming acquisitions including  new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur, and free-agent signings Graham Glasgow, Nick Vannett, and Melvin Gordon.

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MLS Could Become a Titan of US Sports

The United States has been a notoriously tough market to crack for the biggest sport in the world.

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Carolina Panthers Draft Review

Alex Kielar | April 30th, 2020 Carolina Panthers’ new head coach Matt Rhule had one thing in mind and one thing only: Improve the defense that allowed 29.4 PPG last season and lost six of seven players who had more

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