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Five on Three: February 11th - Something's Brewing

by Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro, Brendan Bowers

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In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Brendan Bowers discuss the current state of the NHL trade market. They break down the recent Sabres and Jets trade and discuss how injuries to starting goaltender have affected the market for backups. Also, they talk about the Devils, Islanders and Rangers and what those three teams might look for in the market. 

February 6: FUV FC - Derby Saturday

by Kris Venezia, Martin McCormack, Aniello Devita
Everton.

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It's a great weekend for soccer fans, and if you are willing to sit on a couch for six-plus hours, park your butt on the couch this Saturday. Arsenal squares off against Tottenham, then Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid clash and finally, Liverpool versus Everton should be exciting as Steven Gerrard plays in his last Merseyside derby. The crew breaks down all three of those games and gives their predictions of who has the upper hand. Finally, the gang looks at the USMNT ahead of its match-up with Panama on Sunday. 

Update: Lundqvist Out Three Weeks

by Anthony Pucik

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It appears Henrik Lundqvist didn't take a puck to the throat unscathed. It was announced today that the Rangers' goaltender will be out at least three weeks with a vascular injury suffered in Sunday's game versus the Carolina Hurricanes. 

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.