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Five on Three: February 4th: Not So Royal

by Anthony Pucik, Kelly Kultys, Drew Casey

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On this week's Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Kelly Kultys and Drew Casey discuss the recent struggles of the L.A. Kings and whether or not they should be worried or if this is just business as usual for the Cinderella story team? Also, the three discuss an article by Brandon Prust regarding fighting in the NHL, the recent injury to Henrik Lundqivst of the Rangers, why the Islanders are struggling and the surging Devils.

Tom Brady's Legacy

by Tara Sledjeski

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Apologies in advance New York sports fans, but this next sentence may hurt. New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady is the greatest player to ever throw on a NFL jersey and play at the position.

January 30: FUV FC - Transfer Window Coming to a Close

by Kris Venezia, Aniello Devita, Martin McCormack
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The crew talks a lot of transfer window with moves being made left and right before the deadline. Europe isn't the only spot with hot transfer action, as the New York Red Bulls have inked a USMNT player. Finally, we talk games of the week with Manchester City and Chelsea being the match we're most excited for, but Martin points out that there is another match in Germany between two quality sides. 

Knicks Sign Langston Galloway Through Rest of Season

by Luke Palmer

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Langston Galloway, the bright young shooting guard who started the year on the Knicks D-League team (The Westchester Knicks) was signed by the team through the rest of the 2014-2015 season. Galloway signed two 10-day contracts with the team since being called up on January 7th, and has been one of the only bright spots for the team ever since. Galloway is averaging 12 pts, shooting 43 percent and dishing 3 assists per game. 

One on One's NFL Friday: Pro Bowl Weekend

by Sean Hahner

Kelly Kultys and Anthony Pucik took a look at the top story in the NFL this week - Deflategate. The two then moved to recapping last week's championship action and what the keys are for the New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl. Kelly and Anthony reviewed the Jets coaching situation and went around the league discussing the other new head coaches. Finally they, along with Producer Sean Hahner and Engineer Alicia Montanaro gave their Super Bowl predictions.

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