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  • Arnold Dean: A Kinder, Gentler Era Of Sports Talk

    Arnold Dean: A Kinder, Gentler Era Of Sports Talk
    Arnold Dean never called himself the "Dean of Sports." It was radio hucksterism, it was presumptuous, and he knew it. If the three-word brainchild of a station producer was to be his legacy, well, it would be an orphan from his lips.
  • Flyer killer Brodeur gets another chance

    Flyer killer Brodeur gets another chance
    The Devils you say! Just two words are all you need to know about the New Jersey Devils: Martin Brodeur. Two words, one name. The greatest goalie in NHL history, surpassing St. Patrick of Roy. The only goalie besides Ron Hextall to score goals in NHL...

    Whalers Reunion And Fan Fest A Day To Remember

    Whalers Reunion And Fan Fest A Day To Remember
    — If the Whalers could have a Mount Rushmore, this would be it. Displayed side-by-side were three original World Hockey Association era jerseys — the logo with the W and the harpoon — on a table for fans to admire. "It's the greatest...

    It's All Over -- Whalers Lose In OT. Canadiens Clinch Adams Finals On Goal By Lemieux

    MONTREAL -- Mike Liut again was brilliant. And the Whalers, a team that refused to quit all season, went out on their shields. But Claude Lemieux, a rookie seemingly immune to the overtime pressure, found a chink in Liut's armor and lifted a backhander...

    Sudden Sense Of Loss For Whalers; Goal In 2nd OT Lifts Canadiens

    There was no Claude Lemieux this time. But there still was Russ Courtnall. It was the longest, most brilliant hockey match in Whalers history. But the Whalers still lost. Their season is still over. The ghosts in Montreal Forum still had the last laugh....