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2020 Draft Profile: Jake Sanderson

Joel Dorcas | May 26th, 2020

Jake Sanderson enters the 2020 NHL Draft as the number four North American prospect. He is widely considered the second-best defenseman of the entire Draft. His father, a former NHL veteran of 1,104 games, Geoff Sanderson, has paved the way for the youngster to succeed and excel at the next level. Let’s dig in and take a closer look at the 6’2′, 182-pound product from the U.S. National Development program Jake Sanderson. Continue reading

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Team USA Olympic Baseball Dream Team: Shane Bieber

Team USA Olympic Baseball Dream Team: Pitching

Daniel Corrigan | May 21st, 2020

Welcome back to the last installment of the Team USA Dream Team roster draft. We have covered the infield and outfield and all that remains is the pitching staff. Once again, this is a combination of the best players and those that have some personality.

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Team USA Olympic Dream Team: Bryce Harper

Team USA Olympic Baseball Dream Team: Outfield

Daniel Corrigan | May 17th, 2020

Welcome back, in my last article, I set the infield for the Team USA dream team. For this article, I will look at, arguably the most talented group for this hypothetical dream team, the outfield.

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Team USA Olympic Baseball Dream Team: Infield Nolan Arenado

Team USA Olympic Baseball Dream Team: Infield

Daniel Corrigan | May 16th, 2020

Baseball has not been in the Olympics since the 2008 games in Bejing but will be returning to the Olympic Games in Tokyo (which has been postponed due to the Coronavirus.)

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Blast from the Past: Mike Richter

Blast From The Past: Mike Richter

Dale Money | May 14th, 2020

Considered by many observers, as arguably the greatest American goaltender to don a pair of pads, Mike Richter is one of the special players who was able to stay with one NHL team his entire career. A native of Abington, Pennsylvania, Richter grew up a fan of former Philadelphia Flyers goalie Bernie Parent. Due to his mesmerizing playing style, Richter would blossom into a popular player among young hockey fans during his prime NHL years. His Statue of Liberty mask is still one of the most iconic designs.

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