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Thu, 21 Oct 2010 15:13:36 GMT
OHL Rosters Updated

I updated all the OHL rosters on Talk-Sports.

Barrie Colts
Belleville Bulls
Brampton Battalion
Erie Otters
Guelph Storm
Kingston Frontenacs
Kitchener Rangers
London Knights
Mississauga Majors
Niagara IceDogs
Oshawa Generals
Ottawa 67's
Owen Sound Attack
Peterborough Petes
Plymouth Whalers
Saginaw Spirit
Sarnia Sting
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Sudbury Wolves
Windsor Spitfires
Mon, 12 Apr 2010 23:00:22 GMT
2010 Brampton Battalion Salute Fans
2010 Brampton Battalion players salute their fans and leave the ice after getting swept by the Barrie Colts.

Mon, 12 Apr 2010 21:51:05 GMT
Hodgson's Final Salute to Brampton

Possibly Cody Hodgson's last salute to the fans of the Brampton Battalion. He was 3rd star in the fourth game of the Colts sweep of the Battalion.

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 15:01:12 GMT
OHL Players Updated

We just updated all the OHL rosters for the 2008-09 season.

Barrie Colts
Belleville Bulls
Brampton Battalion
Erie Otters
Guelph Storm
Kingston Frontenacs
Kitchener Rangers
London Knights
Mississauga St. Michael's Majors
Niagara IceDogs
Oshawa Generals
Ottawa 67's
Owen Sound Attack
Peterborough Petes
Plymouth Whalers
Saginaw Spirit
Sarnia Sting
Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
Sudbury Wolves
Windsor Spitfires
Tue, 21 Oct 2008 02:53:35 GMT
Notre Dame and Colts

On November 1st, I'm going to the University of Notre Dame versus Pittsburgh game. Then on the 2nd, I'm going to the Indianapolis Colts versus the New England Patriots. Should be fun!

Thu, 16 Oct 2008 01:37:20 GMT
TicketFeeder
This is a paid review.
 
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Fri, 20 Jan 2006 15:24:57 GMT
NFL Conference Championship Predictions

Down to four team. Usually at this point in the season, one team would stand out from the rest as a clear favorite to win the Super Bowl. This is untrue this season. We have four team, we equal chances to with a slight edge to the home teams.

Sunday, Jan. 22
GAME TIME NETWORK
AFC -- Pittsburgh at Denver 3:00 CBS
NFC -- Carolina at Seattle 6:30 FOX

Let's start with the Broncos, who have looked awesome in their last two games against the Patriots and the Chargers, knocking both teams out of contention. But they are playing the Steelers, who in two playoff road games have held the Bengals and Colts, the two top offenses in the NFL to less than 20 points. Now, if you remember Roethlisberger injured his throwing hand in the 2nd half of the Colts game. That and home field advantage seem to be the only reason to pick the Broncos over the Steelers.

In the second game, we have the Seahawks who are likely the best team over the entire course of the season. In their one playoff game, they held a pathetic Redskins offense to 10 points in there win and their MVP running back, Shaun Alexander sustained a concussion. The Panthers on the other hand destroyed the Giants 23-0 in New York, then out offensed the best defensive team in the NFL, the Bears 29-21 in Chicago. The Bears lacking offense scored 3 touchdowns on 3 long drives in 4 consecutive possessions. There's reason to pick and not pick either team. Toss a coin, with a slight edge to the Seahawks, playing at home.

Sun, 15 Jan 2006 18:32:09 GMT
Steelers v. Colts

1st Quarter

2nd Quarter

3rd Quarter

4th Quarter

Thu, 12 Jan 2006 17:00:08 GMT
NFL Playoffs Predictions

On the back 3 of 4 predictions last week, here's what I think is coming down this weekend. Let's start with the matchups.

Saturday, Jan. 14
GAME TIME NETWORK SIRIUS Radio
AWAY HOME
Washington at Seattle 4:30 FOX 126 124
New England at Denver 8:00 CBS 126 124
Sunday, Jan. 15
GAME TIME NETWORK SIRIUS Radio
AWAY HOME
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis 1:00 CBS 125 124
Carolina at Chicago 4:30 FOX 125 124

I predict Seattle, New England, Indianapolis and Chicago.

The Redskins were unable to move the ball last week and were saved by an amazing defensive game and an equally bad Bucs turnover offense. The Seahawks will simply play a very conservative game on offense and that should be enough to beat the Redskins, whose offense doesn't merit playing this late in the season. On the other hand, if the Seahawks start throwing the ball on 1st and 2nd down, then the Redskins' defense could make this a game. I'm pretty sure Mike Holmgren is smarting than that and they do have the best running back in the NFL in Shaun Alexander.

I really like the Broncos. This will be the best game of the week. The Broncos haven't lost at home all season. But they are playing the Pats and the Pats are a dynasty. Now don't get me wrong, this game will be a coin flip. The Pats have a 51% chance of winning.

The Colts haven't played a significant game in more than a month. They should win. But I didn't like the selfish play demonstrated by Payton Manning in the Charger game. Edgerrin James runs the ball effectively in the first half, then it'll be a blow out, otherwise it'll be close.

Back in September, the Bengals scored 24 points against the Bears defense in Chicago. Every other home game, the Bears held the opposition to less than 10 points. I don't expect things to change this weekend.

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