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  • NEW YORK -- Is this the end for Martin St. Louis? If it is, this certainly wasn't the way he wanted to go out, watching his former team -- the team from which he asked to be traded -- celebrating a trip to the Stanley Cup finals on his current te read more...
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  • A week after they stunned then-No. 2/3 Gonzaga 73-70 at the Kennel, the BYU Cougars get back on the court tonight at Orleans Arena, taking on Santa Clara in a WCC Tournament quarterfinal game (9 p.m. MST, ESPN2). The Broncos advanced late Friday night, and looked good doing it, pounding hapless Loyola Marymount 85-54 in a first-round game. BYU is a 12-point favorite at the sports books h... read more...
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  • In his 10 seasons as BYU’s head basketball coach, Dave Rose has watched two of his assistants move on to other Division I head coaching jobs. Dave Rice got the UNLV job and now Mark Pope has the Utah Valley job. Former BYU assistant Heath Schroyer became the head coach at Wyoming six years after leaving Provo, but Schroyer was an assistant at BYU from 1997—2001 under Steve Cleveland, n... read more...
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  • The month of May has not started well for coach Bronco Mendenhall’s football program. Last week, no BYU players were taken in the NFL draft. As has been well-documented on this blog and in other places, it was the third time in the past five years that no Cougar heard his name called. Earlier this week, more bad news: As was rumored for several weeks, Snow College offensive lineman Gar... read more...
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  • BYU baseball coach Mike Littlewood has had a big smile on his face this week. The third-year coach landed the biggest recruit of his short tenure at BYU on Wednesday, getting a signature from Kyle Dean, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound outfielder from Rancho Bernardo High School in San Diego, Calif. Dean was selected as a 2014 Under Armour All-American and participated last summer in the All-Star C... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the rest of June, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Next, defenseman Karl Alzner. Three days after the Winter Classic, when his […]... read more...
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  • The 2014-15 BYU basketball team went 25-10, tied for second place in the West Coast Conference, upset No. 2/3 Gonzaga on its home floor, lost badly to the Zags in the WCC tournament championship game and made it to the NCAA Tournament for the eighth time in nine years, where it lost 94-90 in the first round to Ole Miss. Successful season? Just OK? Mildly disappointing? Complete failure... read more...
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  • Spaced out over the next few weeks, we will feature end-of-season profiles for every player on the Washington Capitals, a year-in-review of sorts looking at their statistics, story lines and such. The full list of published pieces can be found at the end. Next, forward Jason Chimera. Twice during Capitals Coach Barry Trotz’s last interview with […]... read more...
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  • I’ve been getting some interesting responses from BYU fans — negative and positive — regarding my piece in Wednesday’s Tribune that asks the question whether this is as good as it gets for the BYU basketball program. You know the picture: no conference tournament titles since 2001, eight trips to the NCAA Tournament (but just trip to the Sweet 16) in coach Dave Rose’s 10-year ten... read more...
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