Author Archives: David Berger

About David Berger

I'm a 24-year-old sports fanatic that wanted to get back into writing. I wrote for a year at Pucks and Pitchforks covering the New Jersey Devils and really enjoyed my time. Baseball and hockey are my specialties, but I love all sports. I hope you enjoy!

New Jersey Devils Finalize Roster, Prepare for Season Opener

Friends, I have just one thing to say: HOCKEY IS BACK! It’s been a long, crazy summer but the time is here again for another NHL season and I could not be happier. Tonight at 7 P.M. the season kicks … Continue reading

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Michael Phelps, Swimming the Best Parts of the Summer Olympics

Today is a sad day for any Olympics fan. Last night was the final night of swimming events for the 2016 Rio Olympics and quite possibly the last competitive swim in the historic career of Michael Phelps. The swimming schedule came … Continue reading

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Yankees Trade Andrew Miller, Officially Enter Sell Mode

Losing two games in a row to the last place Tampa Bay Rays is not a way to convince your General Manager that he should buy instead of sell. After two weeks of promising baseball where the Yankees put in … Continue reading

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Ryan Fitzpatrick Re-Signs With Jets… Finally.

The nightmare is over. About two weeks after the Jets shockingly re-signed star defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson, they made another huge move by re-signing starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. After months and months of drama, the Jets finally said here’s our … Continue reading

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Yankees Trade Aroldis Chapman to Cubs for Top Prospect, Three Others

No matter what your feelings are about Yankees General Manager Brian Cashman, you have to admit that he’s one of the best in the business when it comes to making trades. Whether it’s turning a few good months of Shane … Continue reading

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Joe Girardi Manages One Heck of a Baseball Game in Win vs. Indians

Continuing their season of unpredictable, up-and-down play… the New York Yankees won a crazy ballgame in Cleveland against the red hot Indians. The Yankees were able to overcome a lot of adversity and prevailed 7-6 in 11 innings as they … Continue reading

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Adam Larsson Traded for Taylor Hall and Free Agency Looming

Yesterday was one of the craziest half hours of offseason hockey news possibly ever. It all started when the New Jersey Devils shocked the NHL community by sending defenseman Adam Larsson to the Edmonton Oilers for star forward Taylor Hall. … Continue reading

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Devils Go Offense, Offense and More Offense at 2016 Draft

Ray Shero made it clear when he was asked about what he was looking for before the 2016 NHL Entry Draft. He said he wanted to add more talent to the Devils and that’s exactly what he did. First round? … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of New York Rangers’ Trades

The New York Rangers made another trade today as they sent the rights to Keith Yandle to the Florida Panthers in exchange for a sixth round pick in 2016 and a conditional fourth round pick in 2017. The Rangers will … Continue reading

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Pet Peeves When It Comes to Sports Fans

If you’re a human being, you have pet peeves. It’s just a natural way of life. Whether it’s someone who chews with their mouth open or someone who cannot use proper grammar, there’s always things that just annoy you to … Continue reading

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