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Flynn, Wolves Drop Close Game to Celtics

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 5:14 pm

Jonny Flynn and the Minnesota Timberwolves returned home last night to Minneapolis and the Target Center after a stint on the road to take on the Boston Celtics and Kevin Garnett, the former star of the  Timberwolves.

Fan buzz was high before a game that pit the Wolves new star against the old. Despite a strong effort by Flynn to show that new guard was superior to the old, the Timberwolves and Flynn fell just a little bit short… 2 points short to be exact, 92-0.  Boston came into the game undefeated at 6-0.

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Harvard Cup Week 9 Preview; Everything On The Line

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 4:24 pm

With one week remaining in the Harvard Cup’s regular season, it’s already been decided that the first and second place positions are filled by the Burgard Bulldogs and the defending Cup champion Riverside Frontiers.  The final two playoff spots will be decided after this weekend of play and currently there are five teams still mathematically alive for post-season play.

Contrary to rumors, all five teams are equally alive heading into the final week of play and as of this posting, all playoff spots will be decided on the field as they should be in any sport.

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Examining Trent Edwards’ steady decline in Buffalo

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 4:23 pm

In case you missed it, here’s the short, up-to-date version of the latest on the Buffalo Bills’ quarterback “situation” (or lack thereof): Trent Edwards has returned to full practice during the Bills’ bye week, and barring an unforeseen setback in his recovery from a Week 6 concussion, he is expected to start in Week 10 against the Tennessee Titans. Ryan Fitzpatrick, who guided the Bills to three abysmal offensive performances and, curiously, a 2-1 record in essentially three full games as the starter, will return to backup duties.

Edwards will very likely, therefore, resume a Bills career that has reached new lows after the team lost four of his first five starts this season. This is a pivotal season for Edwards, not just because of the circumstances with the team, but because it’s his third season in the NFL. That’s typically when you know what you have in a player.  Last I checked, that third season is not yet over for Edwards.

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NU Hockey Prepares For Pair With #19 UMASS

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 4:20 pm

Home & Home To Begin November
The Purple Eagles will conclude the longest road trip of the season when it takes on No. 19 UMass in a home-and-home series this weekend, while looking to earn their first victory of the season. Following Friday’s game, the series turns to Dwyer Arena on Sunday, where the Minutemen will skate for the first time since Feb. 26, 2005.

How To Catch The Game
The game against No. 19 UMass will be broadcasted live on WJJL 1440 AM, with that feed streamed online, free of charge via Yahoo! Sports. Covering the game will be Jeremy White.

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St. Bona: Bosse, Markert land on A-10 All-Conference teams

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 11:37 am

For the second time in a week, St. Bonaventure women’s soccer juniors Courtney Bosse and Nicole Markert earned some individual accolades, as they were named to different Atlantic 10 All-Conference teams on the eve of the conference postseason tournament.

Bosse was named to the All-Conference first team, while Markert earned her way onto the Academic All-Conference team. Bosse’s selection to the first team marks the second straight season the Bonnies have landed a player on the first team.

The duo made the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 1 second team later last week.

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Niagara Featured On ESPN.com

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 11:30 am

The Niagara men’s basketball team is featured on ESPN.com’s college basketball website for its season preview.

The article discusses the recent success of the program, last year’s 26 wins and NIT success, while previewing the upcoming season for the Purple Eagles. The ESPN.com College basketball page also features a throw-back picture of then-freshman Tyrone Lewis in the 2007 NCAA Tournament wearing his old jersey No. 20.

To read the ESPN.com/Blue Ribbon Preview, click here.

The Purple Eagles open the 2009-10 season at Auburn on Nov. 13 before returning home to open the ‘Taps’ Gallagher Center on ESPN as part of the worldwide leader’s 24-Hours of Basketball. The home opener is set for Nov. 17 at 8 a.m.

Reserved seats are sold out for the remainder of the year. Only general admission seats remain for the 2009-10 season.

Pirates Move On As Enroth Heads to Buffalo

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 11:17 am

The Portland Pirates will be without goaltender Jhonas Enroth for the foreseeable future after he was recalled by the Buffalo Sabres, yesterday.

Enroth, 21, was recalled because the Sabres’ backup goaltender Patrick Lalime sustained a groin injury in Monday’s practice and hasn’t been able to skate.

In 10 games with the Pirates this season, Enroth is 3-7-0 with a 3.90GAA and a .872 save percentage.

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Miller Stands Tall As Sabres Avenge Halloween Loss

  • Posted on November 5, 2009 at 2:07 am

What an answer by the Buffalo Sabres.

After being shut out on the road by Marty Brodeur and the New York Islanders five to nothing on Halloween Night, the Sabres responded on Wednesday with a dominating performance, defeating the Isles three to nothing.

Two of the Sabres most important offensive cogs got the monkeys off of their backs, as Derek Roy potted his first goal of the season while Thomas Vanek got back to his goal scoring ways, putting one past Marty Biron and tallying an assist as well.  Ryan Miller made twenty four saves and the Sabres won thirty nine of forty seven faceoffs in a dominating performance.

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