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Canucks Win as Lightning Miss Opportunities

  Tampa, Fla. — Tyler Johnson returned to action for the Lightning on Wednesday night as the Bolts notched their first loss of the season, falling 4-1 to the Vancouver Canucks. The Lightning dominated the first period but missed opportunities set the tone for the night. Tampa outshot the Canucks 17 to five in the […]

Lightning Do Not Come Up Short

  The first 50 minutes of play of  the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Julien BriseBois GM era looked sluggish.  But the Tampa Bay Lightning in spite of being out-played most of the contest did not come up short on getting two points.  An Anthony Cirelli shorty and solid goal-tending covered the deficiencies. The Panthers who out-shot […]

O’Halloran in Orlando

  Connor O’Halloran, son of former Blue Jays farmhand Greg O’Halloran, threw three scoreless innings on Thursday for the U18 Canadian National Junior team.  The young Canadians were playing the Instructional squad of prospects of the Atlanta Braves at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.  

Comets Announce Details of Sixth Annual Galaxy Fan Fest

Utica, N.Y. – Utica Comets President Robert Esche announced the details of the Comets’ Sixth Annual Galaxy Fan Fest, presented by Murphy Excavating on Saturday, October 6. Grit N Grace will headline the afternoon pre-party for the Comets’ second game of their 2018-19 opening weekend. Galaxy Fan Fest, located in the AUD Plaza of the Adirondack […]

Hurdle says Hi

Bradenton, Fla.–Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle showed up the the Pirates Instructional League game against the Canadian Juniors on Wednesday at Pirate City in Bradenton.      “With the season over I just came down for the last week of instructional camp and to say hi to the kids,” said Hurdle.

Buc Down to Earth

Sports Web’s Peter Blake recaps the Bears beat down of the Bucs Post Game Show Live From The Tan Sports Studios with Peter Blake.#BucsReport Posted by Bucs Report on Sunday, September 30, 2018

Boor-ing in Dunedin

Test boring continues at the Louis A. Vanech Complex in Dunedin, Florida on Wednesday in preparation for the expansion of the Cecil P. Englebert Complex spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays minor league clubs.  Fields three and four at the Englebert Complex were originally part of the Vanech Complex which was given to […]

Bulls Squeak to 4 and 0

Tampa, Fla.–For the second straight week USF headed into a game favored by multiple scores and for the second straight week disappointed. While USF was able to squeak out the 20-13 win, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone short of Connor Akeman at the Daily Stampede who predicted the Bulls to struggle this much tonight, […]

Native Grounds?

Two unidentified construction vehicles appeared on Wednesday to be checking to see if the soil was strong enough to support support more that the present center field on Field #3 at the Englebert Complex.  The land was originally an orange grove and prior to that possible an area for native Americans. On Wednesday on Field […]

USF Announces AAC Basketball Schedule

TAMPA, FLA. – Second-year head coach Brian Gregory and the USF men’s basketball team finalized the 2018-19 schedule on Wednesday with the announcement of an 18-game American Athletic Conference schedule. The Bulls will be featured on national television in all 18 games during conference play through the league’s partnership with ESPN and CBS Sports Network. USF opens […]