When not posting about adoracute animals posing with soccer balls, or flying about the country taking in USMNT matches, Ryan Rosenblatt deigns to cover MLS matches for SB Nation Soccer. The lollipop of Soccer, Rosenblatt's got a flavor that will appease anyone: coverage of the US national team? You got it. Stepping in to write about the Eredivisie? I bet you can't even spell the Dutch League correctly. Mocking Arsenal fans? It might not show up on the front page, but it's almost certain there's a running dialogue in this Spurs' supporter's head. Rosey is also silly enough to be a fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers, but that shouldn't make you take his soccer writing any less seriously.
There hasn't been much to separate the Bruins and Blackhawks in the first two games and a shift of setting doesn't figure to change that.
Bruce Arena picked up another of his former players, this time snapping up Pablo Mastroeni.
Andrea Pirlo gave the world a gift for his 100th capiversary.
Mexico and Italy go in search of three points and a spot atop Group A with Brazil.
Alex Ovechkin played three games on his broken foot, but it is now healing well, he said.
Oilers prospect Kristians Pelss has died at the age of 20.
If Nathan Horton's shoulder is a concern or in any way limiting, he's not showing it ahead of Saturday's Game 2.
The Rangers have their new bench boss in Alain Vigneault.
MLS has two options: Kill off a character or have someone (Ben Olsen?) waterski over a shark.
Danilo Gallinari says his ACL was not torn, which could lead to an earlier-than-expected return.
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