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Hartnett: Low-Cost Stempniak Could Provide High Return For Rangers

Source: CBS New York

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‘Rangers Inside And Out’ By Sean Hartnett » More Columns Aside from signing veteran defenseman Dan Boyle to quarterback the power play, Rangers general manager Glen Sather has spent much of the offseason perusing bargain bins for low-cost, potentially high-rewarding free agents. On Saturday, the Rangers announced the signing of 31-year-old winger Lee Stempniak. At a reported one year and $900,000, Sather might have again struck gold. Stempniak scored 12 goals and registered 22 assists for 34 ...
Full article at: CBS New York 6 days ago, 12:05pm CDT
 


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Hartnett: Derek Jeter, The White Knight Of Baseball, Delivers In All-Star Farewell

Source: CBS New York

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By Sean Hartnett » More Columns Derek Jeter has always been the shining beacon of baseball. He entered the majors in 1995 as a lanky 21-year-old rookie sporting a Kid ‘n Play flattop, high-top spikes and a megawatt smile that attracted roars and shrieks from all corners of old Yankee Stadium. Five World Series titles, five Gold Gloves, five Silver Sluggers and 14 All-Star Game appearances later, Jeter is the granddaddy of America’s national pastime ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jul 16 2014, 6:14am CDT
 

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NHL Free Agents 2014: Highlighting Best Players Who Have Yet to Find New Homes

Source: Bleacher Report

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Unlike the NBA offseason, almost all of the meaningful business has been completed in the NHL offseason. The top free agents have already hitched their wagons to their new teams. Those players still left are certainly in a buyer's market. They have almost little to no leverage left and will more than likely end up taking deals that pay less than what they're truly worth. While that's good news for teams hoping to add one more piece, it ...
Full article at: Bleacher Report Jul 16 2014, 1:34am CDT
 

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Hartnett: Jackson’s Triangle Offense Will Bring The Best Out Of Anthony

Source: CBS New York

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By Sean Hartnett » More Columns Star forward Carmelo Anthony announced Sunday that he is remaining with the Knicks, a decision that will prove to be the best one he’s made during his stellar career. Why? Because he is expected to sign a five-year deal, matching the five-year pact the team struck with team president/resident “Zen Master” Phil Jackson. When that happens, the metamorphosis of Melo will begin. With th ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jul 14 2014, 12:10pm CDT
 

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Hartnett: LeBron, Cleveland’s Prodigal Son, Out To Settle Unfinished Business

Source: CBS New York

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By Sean Hartnett » More Columns NBA superstar LeBron James has made decision No. 2, reversing his ill-received made-for-TV announcement in 2010, when he revealed his intentions to sign with the Miami Heat. On Friday afternoon, LeBron, who gave Sports Illustrated the exclusive,  posted to his official Instagram account a photo of himself in a Cleveland Cavaliers jersey with the message: “I’m coming home.” King James has opted to ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jul 11 2014, 12:31pm CDT
 

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Hartnett: Dan Boyle Out To Prove He’s Still Got It With Rangers

Source: CBS New York

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‘Rangers Inside And Out’ By Sean Hartnett » More Columns Newly signed Rangers defenseman Dan Boyle isn’t feeling the pressure ahead of the latest — and perhaps greatest — challenge of his impressive career. “I enjoy the pressure,” Boyle said Monday. “You have to prepare for that. I’ve already been forewarned. I’ve been in pressure situations before, with Stanley Cup finals and Olympic gold medal games. I actually thrive on it.” On Saturday, Boyle will be celebra ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jul 8 2014, 7:51am CDT
 

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Hartnett: Power-Play QB Dan Boyle Is A True Game-Changer For Rangers

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‘Rangers Inside And Out’ By Sean Hartnett » More Columns It’s been ages since the Rangers possessed a creative power-play quarterback who packs a dynamite shot. You would have to search as far back as the 2003-04 season, when iconic defenseman Brian Leetch played his final season with the Blueshirts. That gaping hole was finally filled on Tuesday when the Blueshirts agreed to terms with free-agent defenseman Dan Boyle. Amid all the panic buys on free-agent signing day, Rangers general man ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jul 2 2014, 8:03am CDT
 

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Hartnett: Rangers Will Be Hard-Pressed To Make Big Splash In Free Agency

Source: CBS New York

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‘Rangers Inside And Out’ By Sean Hartnett » More Columns At the stroke of noon on Tuesday, NHL free agency kicks into gear. General managers will immediately race to sign star names from their respective free agent wishlists. Signings will be sealed and announced in rapid succession. One by one, the big-name dominoes will fall. July 1 will either a celebratory or frustrating day around the offices of clubs depending on whether that particular team succeeds in landing i ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jun 30 2014, 12:58pm CDT
 

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Hartnett: The Rangers Must Go All-In On Free-Agent Target Paul Stastny

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‘Rangers Inside And Out’ By Sean Hartnett » More Columns The Colorado Avalanche are playing hardball with prospective free-agent center Paul Stastny. It’s no secret that the cost-conscious Avs wish to sign Stastny to a discounted contract. Stastny earned $6.6 million per year over the course of his expiring five-year contract. Colorado is essentially asking one of their prime-aged stars to take a pay cut to remain with the organization that drafted him in 2005. The 28 ...
Full article at: CBS New York Jun 24 2014, 10:56am CDT
 



 

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