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JDS Podcast Episode 68: Drake & Traveling Softball Teams Beware

by Junior D April 29, 2014
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This week all three legs of the tripod are back together! Lou, Zig and Junior D are back from vacation and ready to rock. As most of you know, one of us has to have a mental breakdown and it’s Junior D’s turn this week. He loses his mind about Drake using a lint roller […]

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Heaven On Earth

by Rich M April 27, 2014
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November 5, 2011 was probably a normal Saturday in my life. Probably got up and drank some coffee, did the family thing and got home in time for the Philadelphia-Columbus game at 7 that night. The only reason this night is memorable is because this was the low point for this franchise. They lost 9-2 […]

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JDS Podcast Episode 67: Sex, Drugs and Sports

by Junior D April 21, 2014
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This week Lou Willard takes PTO and Zig & Junior D hold down the fort! There are a few common themes throughout this week’s show from the JDS voicemail all the way through our weekly awards…there is a lot of talk about sex, drugs, sports and the people that love to indulge in all of […]

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10 Reasons Curtis Rush is an Asshole

by Junior D April 5, 2014
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Here at Junior D Sports we have a hockey writer but I thought I would fire my shot at a complete moron that works for a newspaper in a country that is mediocre at everything it has ever done but claims to be the best at many things. If you are reading this and have […]

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How it Stands

by Rich M March 8, 2014
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As the NHL season is winding down, the playoff picture in the Eastern conference is turning out to be a mad dash to the finish line. If you’re not familiar with the new playoff format, it’s a bit different than in years past. The top 3 teams from each division gain automatic playoff spots and […]

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The Surge Is On

by Rich M January 15, 2014
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Since my last post, the Blue Jackets have played past the halfway point of the season and have started to turn the corner a little. The team on the ice had 2 major additions with Sergei Bobrovsky and Nathan Horton returning to the lineup. For “Bob”, it was a welcome return at a time when […]

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Why Not Hockey?

by Rich M October 26, 2013
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I will be the first to admit that when I was growing up hockey seemed as intriguing to me as Olympic curling. I would occasionally watch a couple of minutes of a game on ESPN and move on with my night. I perceived it as a bunch of dumb Canadians that said “eh” and slept […]

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Stanley Cup Fail

by Junior D May 5, 2012

There are many reasons that hockey has become such an unpopular sport in America. Outside of cities in the northeast hockey isn’t really played by many children.  It’s an expensive sport to play so many parents direct their kids to less expensive sports like soccer or basketball. The violence of the sport also deters parents […]

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