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Topic - Ross Greenburg
Now that the NHL season has resumed following the long Olympic break, hockey fans are about to get an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at what went on in Sochi.
Jack Nicklaus was a 22-year-old rookie, golf's next big star still without a win as a pro. Arnold Palmer, the Masters champion and first golfer to transcend his sport, was at the peak of his popularity and playing before a home crowd at Oakmont for the U.S. Open.
'Can I ask you a question about Curt Flood?" Nationals outfielder Jayson Werth, who hasn't been talking much lately, was leaving the clubhouse and en route to wherever he'll spend the All-Star break. But he stopped and looked upward like folks do, as if hard-to-recall facts are written on ceilings.
The rival Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins will be featured in a reality show as part of their showdown in the Winter Classic.
The hard knocks of hockey are getting reality show treatment.
Rex Ryan's unpredictable mouth, Mark Sanchez's matinee idol looks and LaDainian Tomlinson's quest for a Super Bowl ring.
"There is a trust factor that we are going to stay in the background, be flies on the wall, not get in their way when they're going through their routines - whether it's practice or game day - and they can trust us that we're not going to impact the game itself."
"The athletes themselves are fascinating because they have obviously a skill level on the ice, but they are really down to earth, tough, accessible, and in many ways they are the every man," he said.