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Gabriel Landeskog to be Dropped by Kitchener Rangers

According to TheRecord.com, the Kitchener Rangers were set to drop Colorado Avalanche #2 overall draft pick Gabriel Landeskog today. Rangers coach and general manager Steve Spott had to dump the 18-year-old from the roster by Tuesday’s 11 a.m. deadline. Which will enable the team to take another player in Wednesday’s Canadian Hockey League import draft. The Rangers coach is taking a chance with... 

Denver Broncos Kyle McCarthy Gives Back to Highschool

Kyle McCarthy signed as a college free agent out of Notre Dame with the Denver Broncos after the 2010 draft, and appeared in eight games last season. He spent the first five weeks on the Broncos’ practice squad before signing to the active roster on Oct. 16, 2010. Kyle was immediately thrown into the fire on special teams against the New York Jets that week, and eventually worked his way... 

Denver Broncos 2011 Regular Season Schedule

Over a 100 days into the NFL lockout, which means there isn’t much to talk about in Denver Broncos news. However I am very optimistic that the owners and players won’t let billions of dollars go by the wayside, and so we will have a full season. And because there will be a season you must have a schedule. Are you ready for some football? I know I am. table.gridtable { font-family:... 

Colorado Rockies Prospect Russell Wilson Leaves Asheville

The Asheville Tourists, a Colorado Rockies Class A affiliate, announced Monday morning that Russell Wilson has left the team in order to return to college football. Wilson, a fourth-round pick of the Rockies in 2010, ends his season at .228/.366/.342 through 61 games with five doubles, four triples, three home runs and 15 stolen bases. However he struck out 82 times in 193 at-bats. North Carolina... 

Colorado Avalanche Select Gabriel Landeskog and Duncan Siemens

With the #2 overall pick in the NHL draft the Colorado Avalanche selected left wing Gabriel Landeskog, a Swedish player who played for the Kitchener Rangers of the Ontario Hockey League. Being from Sweden his idol would naturally be, Peter Forsberg. He admired his overall completeness as both a physical player and a skilled player, which is the same type of player that the 6-foot-1, 207-pound Landeskog... 
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