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Topic - Herb Brooks
Is it next Friday yet? If not, why not? After four years of waiting for the Winter Olympics, the last few days seem to be dragging along. Let's get this party started.
Much is being made of how lopsided everyone expects Sunday's game to be between Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos and the visiting Jacksonville Jaguars.
For the first time before a big meet, Jenn Suhr heard a positive message from her husband, Rick, who's also her coach.
Jeff Halpern's happy to be back in training camp with his hometown Capitals, but that wasn't anywhere near his mind when he got to the rink. He and his teammates knew what was coming: a grueling, timed conditioning test on the first day of training camp.
Legendary U.S. coach Herb Brooks delivered a quick, intense speech of the kind that made him famous between the second and third periods: If you lose this game, he told his team, you will carry it to your graves.