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In 2006, David Foster Wallace profiled a young Roger Federer for the New York Times in ‘Roger Federer as Religious Experience.’ In the article, Wallace systematically reinvents what is possible in sportswriting. Seven sentences in, he unfurls a single sentence of almost 300 words describing a single point between Federer and Andre Agassi in the
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The Vegas Golden Knights are a paradox. For one, they’re an ice hockey team based in the desert. The National Hockey League’s success – or lack thereof – in such markets doesn’t exactly inspire great confidence (see: Coyotes, Arizona). Plus, the Golden Knights were the first major professional sports team to call Las Vegas home
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Trevor Zegras is about to start what the Anaheim Ducks and their fans hope will be a long and fruitful union as their top-line center. However, Anaheim’s 18-year-old, ninth-overall selection has a few stops to make along the way before he reaches the NHL, including playing for the Boston University Terriers. Here’s what he will
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The Pittsburgh Penguins are at an interesting crossroad when it comes to their team, specifically on defense. The team has invested a lot of money into a defense core that needs to improve if this team wants to make the playoffs. Can the Penguins ride their stars on offense and be just good enough on
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After an explosive season in which the Carolina Hurricanes made rare headlines around the NHL, one of the questions going into the 2019-20 season is whether or not the famous storm surges will live on. A few players in postseason interviews have already hinted at the possible return of the post-game celebrations. Carolina Hurricanes players
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Yesterday, the Detroit Red Wings traded a fourth-round pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft for Tampa Bay Lightning forward Adam Erne. Steve Yzerman’s first trade as general manager of the Red Wings brings back his former second-round pick in the 2013 Entry Draft. But what can Red Wings fans expect from the 24-year-old forward?
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As teams continue to reinforce their rosters for the upcoming season, the Carolina Hurricanes’ biggest improvements may come from within. The Hurricanes’ prospect pool is headlined by winger Andrei Svechnikov and center Martin Necas, two former first-round picks in 2018 and 2017, respectfully. They have taken slightly different paths to the NHL since being drafted,
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It finally happened. After what has seemed like months of speculation regarding a potential trade between the Arizona Coyotes and Pittsburgh Penguins, with Phil Kessel being the centerpiece of the deal, the swap finally happened late on Saturday afternoon, with the news breaking at around 4:30 P.M. local time in the Valley of the Sun.
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