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    п»їPaul Batura: Death of Regis Philbin ends extraordinary career of an ordinary guy who spent most time on TV.
    Over nearly 60 years, he appeared on TV more than 17,000 hours — a world record.
    Howard Kurtz on the death of legendary TV host Regis Philbin.
    Few entertainers are instantly recognized over the decades by millions of us as soon as we hear their first names. Groucho. Marlon. Lucy. Madonna. Sting. And the ordinary guy who improbably wound up coming into millions of homes for more hours than any other person in TV history over nearly 60 years — Regis.
    The death Friday of Regis Francis Xavier Philbin at 88, announced Saturday, drops the curtain on the life a man the Guinness Book of World Records says spent more than 17,000 hours on TV.
    At the height of his career following his work on local TV shows, the Emmy-award winning host starred in a top-rated ABC mid-morning show that went by several changing names from 1983 until his retirement in 2011. His TV co-hosts for most of those years were Kathie Lee Gifford at first and later Kelly Ripa.
    Like a trapeze artist who worked without a net, Philbin worked without a script, adlibbing without writers and rehearsals. Hearing him was like hearing a neighbor you ran into at the supermarket or down the street. Millions of us felt like we knew him as an old friend, even though we never met him in person.
    The eclectic mixture of celebrity interviews and friendly, often curmudgeonly banter on his shows played perfectly into Philbin’s “everyman” persona. If his alma mater Notre Dame (where he graduated in 1953 with a sociology degree) lost in football on Saturday, Regis was still inconsolable by Monday morning. If his friends surprised him for his birthday on Tuesday night, his audience shared in his euphoria on Wednesday.
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    In the midst of his television talk show success, Philbin moonlighted as host of ABC’s hit game show, “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?” between 1999 and 2002. The program became an overnight phenomenon, beaming the legendary star into homes during prime time up to five nights per week and making Philbin himself a millionaire many times over.
    Starting out as a page for Steve Allen on “The Tonight Show” in 1955, Regis’ entertainment career was bolstered by a serendipitous meeting with Bing Crosby.
    Philbin, who by then was an announcer on “The Joey Bishop Show,” had mentioned to the legendary singer that he had memorized all of Crosby’s songs while in the Navy. Before a live, national television audience, Bishop asked Philbin to sing one of them for the famous crooner.
    Like a trapeze artist who worked without a net, Philbin worked without a script, adlibbing without writers and rehearsals.
    Writing about it years later, Philbin reflected: “Is he nuts? I thought. Is he looking for a few laughs at my expense? How do I get out of here? Bing turned and gave me a pleasant enough look — but straight at me. I can still see those steely blue eyes."
    Philbin decided to sing “Pennies from Heaven,” with Crosby joining in. Within 24 hours, the rising star received a recording contract from Mercury Records.
    He never looked back.
    In his later years, Regis made numerous cameos on sitcoms and became a staple on late-night television, especially “The Late Show with David Letterman.” Because he lived in New York City and was comfortable working without a script, he was a popular emergency fill-in when other guests canceled at the last minute.
    Like the vast majority of his viewers, I never had the pleasure of meeting Regis. But for many years, my friend Russ Josephs, a gym teacher in New York City, would often see the popular host buying his lunch from a hot dog vendor across from Josephs’ school.
    It seems the “everyman” act was no act at all — but truly who Philbin was — and why he was so successful for so long.
    Regis Philbin has been retired long enough for us to get used to his absence from the airwaves. But I still miss his generous spirit and his gracious, good-natured humor, especially now in this highly politicized and agitated environment.
    We could use more people like Regis, both on television and off.
    A good TV host does more than connect the dots by bridging guests and asking good questions. The host connects with the audience and leaves them feeling a little better than they felt at the beginning of the show.
    The secret of Regis Philbin’s long and storied career was really no secret. He didn’t come on the set as an actor. He just played himself and he played the part very well for a very long time. In doing so, he made us laugh and he made us feel good about ourselves and about the future.
    And yes, as contestants on “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire” used to say, that’s my final answer.


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    There aren’t many non-athletes that attended the University of Notre Dame that are better known than Regis Philbin.
    The legendary TV talk show and game show host graduated from the university in 1953 as a sociology major. He served in the Navy before getting into show business via behind-the-scenes jobs.
    After hosting various shows originating everywhere from St. Louis to San Diego, Philbin earned a co-hosting spot on the famed “Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee” that ran from 1988 until her retirement in 2000. He stayed with the show that was briefly named “Live! with Regis” before Kelly Ripa became his full-time co-host in 2001.
    “Live! with Regis and Kelly” aired until 2011.
    It wasn’t just talk shows, it was game shows where Philbin shined as well. “Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” may be for what he is most-known in the game show industry but “The Neighbors,” “Almost Anything Goes” and “America’s Got Talent” all had Philbin’s fingerprints on them, too.
    Philbin was proud of where he went to college as he welcomed Lou Holtz, Tyrone Willingham and Charlie Weis all to “Live!” at various different times.
    Regis was also a member of the Notre Dame tennis team during his time at school.
    Regis Philbin died Friday night one month short of his 89th birthday.


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    The broadcasting world was shaken Saturday with the news that Larry King died at the age of 87. Anybody who was somebody appeared on his CNN talk show. One of those somebodies was Notre Dame alumnus Regis Philbin, who passed away in July. When the Irish battled Stanford at Notre Dame Stadium in 2002, Philbin invited King to the game, and the two appeared on WNDU-TV’s pregame show:
    Larry King came to Notre Dame on Oct. 5, 2002 for the Stanford game on an invitation from Regis Philbin.
    The two swung by "Countdown to Kickoff" to chat with Jeff Jeffers and Larry was already impressed by the beauty of Notre Dame.
    — Megan Smedley (@Megan_WNDU) January 23, 2021.
    The Cardinal were a bad team in 2002, so it should be no surprise that the Irish crushed them that afternoon, 31-7, in the first of a rivalry-long seven consecutive wins in the battle for the Legends Trophy. Notre Dame’s two-headed rushing monster of Ryan Grant and Rashon Powers-Neal combined for 211 yards and two touchdowns on 31 carries. On defense, Courtney Watson and Shane Walton returned interceptions for touchdowns from 34 and 18 yards out, respectively. To say the least, King was in South Bend on a good day.
    Shrek fans know that King and Philbin worked together on those films. They were the respective voices of Doris and Mabel, the ugly stepsisters. But whatever they did together, they were broadcasting legends who happened to be legends. Let’s be happy that they didn’t have to be separated from each other for very long.


    Regis Philbin’s funeral, burial to take place on Notre Dame campus.
    (WISH) — The funeral and burial of the late Regis Philbin will be held on the campus of his alma mater, the University of Notre Dame, an official from the university confirmed on Sunday.
    The university did not say when the funeral would be held or whether it would be open to the public.
    The longtime TV host died Friday, just over a month before his 89th birthday. He died of natural causes, according to a family statement to People magazine.
    A graduate of Notre Dame, Philbin once said he wanted his ashes scattered there, according to his obituary from the Associated Press.
    He’s survived by his wife, Joy, and their daughters J.J. and Joanna Philbin, as well as his daughter Amy Philbin with his first wife, Catherine Faylen, according to People.
    The president of the university, the Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., released this statement on Philbin’s death:
    “Regis regaled millions on air through the years, oftentimes sharing a passionate love for his alma mater with viewers. He will be remembered at Notre Dame for his unfailing support for the University and its mission, including the Philbin Studio Theater in our performing arts center. He likewise was generous with his time and talent in support of South Bend’s Center for the Homeless and other worthy causes. Our prayers are with his wife, Joy, and their daughters and Notre Dame alumnae Joanna and J.J.” Rev. John I. Jenkins, C.S.C., president of the University of Notre Dame.
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    For ESPN, Notre Dame’s Drawing Power is Key to a Happy New Year.
    Anthony Crupi.
    Sports Media Reporter.
    Texas A&M has a legitimate beef about being passed over for a berth in the College Football Playoffs, and at the same time, University of Cincinnati partisans are understandably aggrieved by their Bearcats’ exclusion from the New Year’s Day semis. But as has been borne out by thousands of years of empirical evidence and anecdotal reports, life is in no way fair or just.
    As much as advertising impressions didn’t play a role in the selection committee’s decision to advance Notre Dame over the other worthy candidates, the Day One quartet of Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and the Fighting Irish offers the best possible return on investment for media partner ESPN. Having forked over $7.3 billion for the rights to air the College Football Playoff through 2025, the network has every reason to believe that the inclusion of Notre Dame will go a long way toward drawing a television audience that’ll justify the $500,000 it’s charging for each 30-second in-game commercial.
    As with most things related to the isoelastic curve, the sports TV market lives or dies on interest and scarcity. Selling a half-million-dollar unit pinned to Notre Dame is a comparatively friction-free endeavor, given the school’s massive national following—an attribute that’s perhaps best illustrated by the Nielsen ratings. In a season blighted by cancellations and viral outbreaks, the Irish offered broadcasters an uncommon consistency, drawing outsized numbers in each of its national TV windows. Notre Dame broadcasts finished at the top of the college football ratings heap no fewer than four times over the course of the season, while claiming second place in Weeks 7 and 13.
    More to the point, the Irish featured in the season’s two most-watched, highest-rated broadcasts, including the only game that delivered an eight-figure audience. In what was the most compelling college football contest of the plague year, Notre Dame knocked off Clemson 47-40 in double overtime, marking the first time the team had toppled a No. 1 at home since 1993.
    That Week 10 broadcast averaged 10.1 million viewers and a 5.4 household rating, which stands as the high-water mark for the season, and the biggest turnout for a Notre Dame game on NBC in 27 years. Saturday’s rematch for the ACC title was college football’s second biggest draw, as ABC averaged 9.92 million viewers and a 5.5 rating. The overall deliveries likely would have topped the earlier Clemson-Notre Dame outing if it hadn’t been so one-sided; on the way to winning their sixth consecutive ACC crown, the Tigers mauled the Irish by a 34-10 margin.
    Saturday’s beatdown peaked at 11.6 million viewers from 5:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET, and now stands as the most-viewed broadcast in the 16-year history of the ACC Championship Game. When streaming via the ESPN app is added to the mix, the Disney outlets averaged just under 10.2 million viewers.
    Notre Dame also played a starring role in two other top 20 broadcasts, both of which aired on ABC. The team’s 31-17 victory over North Carolina on Nov. 27 averaged 6.08M viewers and a 3.5 rating, good for No. 11 on the season, while its 45-31 win in Chestnut Hill against Boston College on Nov. 14 averaged 5.14 million viewers and a 3.0 in prime (No. 13).
    Clemson did not appear in any other of the season’s 20 highest-rated games, although the Tigers did show up in the No. 21 and No. 23 slots. Ohio State was well represented, laying claim to four of the season’s 10 most-watched games, a roster which includes the Big Ten Championship Game on Fox. The Buckeyes on Dec. 19 took their fourth straight conference title, beating a tenacious Northwestern squad 22-10 in front of a TV audience of 8.03 million fans. Alabama, for its part, showed up in three of the top 10 broadcasts; of these, the Crimson Tide’s home win against Georgia ranked third with 9.61 million CBS viewers and a 5.3 rating.
    If the Alabama-Notre Dame and Clemson-Ohio State pairings offer ESPN its best shot at delivering a big audience on Jan. 1, the ongoing deterioration of sports TV ratings remains a concern. Through the first three months of the 2020-21 broadcast season, live TV viewing is down 10% year-over-year with an average audience of 79.7 million viewers tuning in each night versus 88.5 million during the same period in 2019, while the Big Four broadcasters are down 25% on a pro-rated basis.
    Some slippage was apparent in the SEC Championship Game ratings, as the Dec. 19 Alabama-Florida showdown averaged 8.92 million viewers and a 4.9 rating on CBS, the lowest turnout for the conference in more than a decade. Airing in the non-traditional primetime window, the Tide-Gators broadcast went head-to-head with NFL Network’s presentation of the Panthers-Packers game, which itself averaged a cable-high 5.61 million viewers. Earlier the same day, Fox’s aforementioned Big Ten Championship put up the lowest numbers since 2014, and came up 40% short compared to last year’s Ohio State-Wisconsin clash (13.6 million viewers).
    As for the teams on the outside looking in, Texas A&M’s highest-rated outing was its Oct. 3 drubbing in Tuscaloosa, a 52-24 loss which averaged 4.76 million viewers and a 2.8 rating on CBS. That was the Aggies’ lone appearance in the top 20; the team’s 20-7 home win against LSU on Nov. 28 claimed the No. 30 spot with an average draw of 4.15M viewers and a 2.2 rating on ESPN. Meanwhile, 9-0 Cincinnati’s highest-rated TV appearance, a 27-24 win over Tulsa in the AAC title game, averaged just 1.88 million viewers in primetime on ABC.
    The last time the college football semifinals were held on New Year’s Day, back in 2018, ESPN put up enormous ratings. The Georgia-Oklahoma Rose Bowl air show averaged 26.9 million viewers (28.3 million, with out-of-home deliveries blended into the traditional TV data) and a 13.7 household rating, while Alabama’s 24-6 curbing of Clemson in the Sugar Bowl averaged 21.5 million viewers and an 11.4 rating. If it’s unlikely that either game in this year’s bracket will come anywhere near that Rose Bowl number, it’s worth noting that HUT levels (TV argot for “Homes Using Television”) are sky-high on the first of the year, as the country collectively pauses for the annual winter lull.
    Of course, if Vegas’ point spread is anything to go by—our friends in the desert have ‘Bama listed as a 19.5-point favorite over Notre Dame—then ESPN may be fighting a war of attrition in the early game. (Rest assured, the spread would be just as roomy if Texas A&M or Cincinnati had made the cut.) But for two very notable exceptions (see: 2017, 2006), the last 20-odd years of the protean CFB/BCS scheme has left many boosters fuming about college football’s caste system. When you’re selling a 133-year tradition built on ghosts (Knute Rockne, George Gipp, Regis Philbin) and Touchdown Jesus, mythology trumps pragmatism every time.




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    п»їThe Sports Brief with Besse and Keefe.
    A sports blog for the American working man, because that's who I am, and that's who I care about.
    Sunday, October 11, 2009.
    Jimmy the Greek's Week 5 NFL picks.
    Last week was a little rough for the Greek. But those will happen. What's important is having a nice bounceback week, and that's what will happen in Week 5. There seem to be a lot of cupcake games for some of the elite teams like the Giants, Vikings, Eagles, Steelers and Colts, but there are a lot of points flying around for the underdogs, as well. It's an interesting week of spreads, but the Greek has them all figured out for you.
    Panthers (-3.5) over Redskins D'Angelo Williams is going to run wild today. You can count on it. The Redskins are awful and won't do a thing on offense. Expect this to be somewhat of a surprising blowout/breakout/turnaround game for the Panthers while Jim Zorn lines himself up to be the first head coach on the chopping block in 2009.
    Cowboys (-8.5) over Chiefs A nice rebound for Romo and the 'boys. The Chiefs are terrible, there's no other way around it. They can't run, and they only score garbage points at the end of games. I'm sure they will again today, but Dallas will have too big of a lead to forfeit the spread.
    Steelers (-10.5) over Lions I don't know if Stafford is playing or not, but even if he is, he won't be 100%. Which is scary considering he's still a ways from being good. Mendenhall is going to feast like he did last week.
    Vikings (-10.5) over Rams I want to pick the Rams here as a classic letdown game for Favre and the Vikings after last week's Monday night thriller. But I can't. The game is in a dome, and I think their offense, especially Adrian Peterson, will just light up the scoreboard.
    Giants (-15.5) over Raiders I'd pick the Giants even if David Carr was the quarterback. You can't make this spread big enough.
    Pats (-3.5) over Broncos I think we'll all be surprised with how easily the Pats win this game. I don't know why, it's just a feeling I have. One thing I do know is that the postgame handshake between Belicheck and McDaniels will be more of a hug. For once, Bill still likes one of his former proteges.
    Colts (-4.5) over Titans Peyton Manning will continue his dominance in the air and boost his argument for a 4th MVP.
    Jets (-1.5) over Dolphins I have nothing to say about this game. Perhaps one of the more boring MNF games in a while. Thank god Braylon Edwards got traded to NY. It's the only good storyline they have.
    Last week: 5-9 Overall: 35-27 Note: I won't be able to have Tarrific Tara's picks in time for the 1pm games. But she doesn't watch them anyway, so I'll post them later. - Greek.


    The Sports Brief with Besse and Keefe.
    A sports blog for the American working man, because that's who I am, and that's who I care about.
    Sunday, September 13, 2009.
    Jimmy the Greek's Week 1 NFL picks.
    Falcons (-3.5) over Dolphins The Falcons add Tony Gonzalez to what was already a solid offensive lineup, and Matty Heisman returns at the helm. This team should put up a lot of points against a Dolphins squad that overachieved last year but won’t do the same in ’09. Falcons win comfortably at home.
    Colts (-6.5) over Jaguars I don’t like the Jaguars offense other than Maurice Jones-Drew. He’ll get his numbers and have a solid fantasy day, but look for Peyton Manning and the Colts O to silence all the critics in Week 1. A lot of people have them finishing out of the playoffs at 8-8, but I think they’re delusional.
    Vikings (-2.5) over Browns I hate this pick probably because I hate Brett Favre. What a loser. But let’s face it, AP is filthy good and Brady Quinn just found out he’s starting the other day. Mangini is a dink and the Browns will lose because of it (and the fact that the Vikings are better).
    Cowboys (-3.5) over Buccaneers Who the hell is the quarterback for the Buccaneers? I honestly have no idea. And who is their running back? In fact, who the hell is on the freakin’ team?
    Ravens (-9.5) over Chiefs Matt Cassel isn’t starting and the Chiefs had the 30th ranked run defense last year. Hello, Ray Rice. It’ll be a feast for the Ravens on offense as Joe Flacco simply hands the ball off and starts off 1-0 in 2009.
    Bengals (-3.5) over Broncos We don’t know if Brandon Marshall is playing and Kyle Orton sucks. Plus, Chad OchoCinco is in for a MONSTER year. Remember where you heard it first!
    Saints (-11.5) over Lions This could be over after the first quarter.
    Giants (-6.5) over Redskins Albert Haynesworth against arguably the best offensive line in football makes for a lot of fun. This will be a competitive game, but the Giants simply have too good a defense to let the Redskins score enough to stay in it come the 4th quarter. Manning and Jacobs will help them eventually pull away as the big, physical RB wears down the ‘Skins D.
    Cardinals (-6.5) over 49ers Cardinals have too many weapons on offense, even with Anquan Boldin out, for the 49ers to make this a competitive game on the road. Josh Morgan isn’t ready to carry the load for the receiving corp and the 49ers need Michael Crabtree to sign and report. In a ye ar or so, however, that will be a potent offense if they can find a quarterback for the future (apologies to Alex Smith).
    Patriots (-10.5) over Bills As long as Brady doesn’t get hurt in the first 8 minutes, this won’t even be close. The Patriots will pick up where they left off in 2007 as a record setting offense. Call me crazy, but I think they have a good enough offense to have us wondering about 16-0 again in a few weeks.
    Chargers (-8.5) over Raiders Oakland still sucks.


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    One of the founding fathers of sports handicapping is Jimmy “The Greek” Snyder. As a teenager growing up in Ohio, Jimmy made close connections with the bookmakers around his town where he grew his affinity for the sports betting and handicapping world. In 1956, he moved to Las Vegas to pursue his passion full-time and become one of the most successful sports pickers in the history of sports handicapping.
    He gained national acclaim by being featured on various NFL shows on networks such as CBS, to feature his weekly sports picks. While already well established amongst gambling circles throughout Las Vegas and beyond, Jimmy the Greek began to build his name even larger on the national scale through his new TV appearances. While sports betting was still illegal at the time and considered somewhat taboo, instead of giving outright picks on his TV segments, Jimmy the Greek would simply give out his final score predictions for games, which was a way for TV networks to circumvent the illegal sports handicapping aspect of his segment.
    Jimmy the Greek is still considered to be one of the most famous and successful sports handicappers and pickers of all time. His legacy has only grown over the decades, and he’s even been featured in an ESPN 30 for 30 production about his life as a sports picker. Jimmy died in 1996 due to a heart attack, but the impression and influence he left on the sports betting world will never be forgotten.
    After Jimmy the Greek’s passing, many are looking for someone to step up and take the thrown as the world’s best sports handicapper, and we have one of the best candidates in the world for that title on our own team. Jon Price is our founder and lead sports picker for the last 20 years in the industry, and he’s made his name as being the absolute best sports picker in the modern era. Considered a living legend of modern day sports handicapping, Jon Price has been the main feature of multiple Forbes Magazine articles, as well as features in the Huffington Post, Gambling911, and Yahoo Sports, just to name a few. Jon Price has also made his own headlines with multiple multi million dollar wagers over the years that he’s placed on high profile games like the Super Bowl. Mr. Price is no stranger to success and his clients are his biggest fans. Go ahead and google Jon Price and read what others have said about him. He’s arguabaly the greatest current sports picker in the country in terms of the four major American sports, as he’s not showing any signs of slowing down.


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    Today in the Daily Sports Roundup: The Wizards travel to Miami to meet the Heat, the Mavericks host the Rockets, and the Penguins get ready for the Bruins. The NFL power rankings week 10 are out to compare to the NFL point spread.
    Jimmy The Greek…
    ESPN will do a profile of handicapping pioneer Jimmy "the Greek" Snyder on their "30 on 30" show. Grandmaster sports handicapper Joe Duffy widely accepted as the top sports handicapper since Jimmy the Greek has praised Snyder for making sports betting mainstream.
    Colliding on the gridiron . . .
    Week 11 of the college football season gets underway on Tuesday night with a Mid-American matchup between Ohio and Buffalo in western New York . The Bobcats (6-3 SU, 4-4 ATS) are coming off a 20-17 road win over Ball State in their last contest, with Theo Scott going 17-of-27 for 161 yards passing on the day. The Bulls (3-6 SU, 3-5 ATS) fell 30-29 to Bowling Green in their last contest. Zach Maynard completed 13-of-27 pass attempts for 149 yards in that matchup.
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    I've had 11 of 13 winning days after the Steelers. Now a perfect 6-0 over the past three days on the gridiron for 600,000* of profit. I am the hottest man alive, bar none. 75,000* Tuesday it's an EZ Money Lock on Ohio-Buffalo and a 50,000* lock on Oklahoma City-Sacramento. Click now to purchase.
    Tipping off on the hardwood . . . The NBA has six games on the schedule for Tuesday, including Washington at Miami . The Wizards dropped to 2-5 on the season on Sunday, falling 102-90 at home to the Suns. Gilbert Arenas had 20 points in that defeat for Washington , while Brendan Haywood picked up 10 points and 10 boards. The Heat sit at 5-1 on the year after getting past Denver 96-88 at home on Friday night. Dwyane Wade had a team-high 22 points in that win, and Jermaine O'Neal had 18 points.
    Rounding out the action on the hardwood for Tuesday: Orlando at Charlotte , Denver at Chicago , Portland at Memphis , Oklahoma City at Sacramento , and Houston at Dallas . The Rockets are 4-2 on the season after getting past the Thunder 105-94 at home on Friday night. Trevor Ariza and Carl Landry each had 24 points in that win. The Mavs , also 4-2, knocked off the Raptors 129-101 at home Saturday. Dirk Nowitzki poured in 29 points and had nine boards that day.
    Taking a trip around the rink . . .
    Finally, the NHL offers up a half-dozen games on Tuesday, including Pittsburgh at Boston . The 12-5-0 Penguins were blanked 5-0 in San Jose in their last game on Saturday night, with goaltender Marc-Andre Fleury giving up three goals on 14 shots before getting yanked. The 7-7-2 Bruins doubled up Buffalo 4-2 at home last time out, with Tuukka Rask making 28 saves in the victory. Mark Recchi , Zdeno Chara , Byron Bitz , and Marco Sturm had the Boston markers on Saturday.
    Also on the ice on Tuesday: Calgary at Montreal , Edmonton at Ottawa , Vancouver at St. Louis , Nashville at San Jose , and Minnesota at Toronto . The 6-10-0 Wild held on for a 3-2 win over the Stars on Saturday, with Cal Clutterbuck , Mikko Koivu , and Marek Zidlicky all scoring. The 3-7-5 Leafs won their second straight game last time out, blasting Detroit 5-1. Phil Kessel picked up his first marker as a Maple Leaf in that contest, while Jonas Gustavsson made 35 saves.


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    We’re on to Week 7 in the NFL, with the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants facing off on Thursday. That means it’s time once again for our weekly look at the point spreads in order to help you win some money.
    Last week, Steven Ruiz went 8-5-0 (44-40-4 overall) and Charles Curtis went 6-7-0 (44-40-4 overall) .
    We now go to each of them for comments before their picks.
    Charles: Uh-oh. I’ve awakened the sleeping dragon. Here comes Steven roaring back, and now we’re all tied up. We all knew this was going to happen, and now, armed with all the NFL knowledge in the world, he’s going to trounce me. Again.
    Steven: That’s a bit better but still not good enough. Luckily, I feel a lot better about my picks. This is around the time we start to learn which teams are actually good and which are pretenders.
    (All bets courtesy of BetMGM)
    Giants at Eagles (-4.5)
    Charles: Giants.
    Ugh, I don’t know. They’re both so bad. So I’ll take the points. It’s a divisional game and the Giants defense has proven it has just enough oomph in it to keep games like this close.
    Steven: Eagles.
    So, the Eagles offense has actually looked decent for the last two weeks and Carson Wentz is getting hot. I know Philly’s defense is a mess but I don’t really trust a Jason Garrett-coached offense to exploit it.
    Charles: Browns.
    I’ve gone back and forth on this one a bunch, but in the end, all I could see was Myles Garrett sacking Joe Burrow three times and pressuring the rookie all day. Yeah, I’m worried about Baker Mayfield, but not this week when he’ll hand the ball to Kareem Hunt 25 times.
    Steven: Browns.
    Not quite sure the Bengals have the defense to disrupt this Browns offense and force Baker Mayfield to beat them from the pocket. They certainly didn’t in that first game.
    Cowboys at Washington (-1)
    (AP Photo/Michael Ainsworth)
    Charles: Cowboys.
    This is a game they should win. If not, yikes.
    Steven: Cowboys.
    I know things are going bad for the Cowboys right now, but they’re not going that bad! This Washington offense might be what Dallas needs to get its defense right.
    Lions at Falcons (-2.5)
    Charles: Falcons.
    Steven: Lions.
    This is really just a gut feeling. Both these offenses should put up points, it just comes down to which passing game you trust more. I’ll take Detroit’s.
    Panthers at Saints (-7.5)
    Charles: Panthers.
    I hate this pick. I get the feeling the Saints, fresh off a bye, are looking to prove they’re better than their 3-2 record. But the Panthers continue to hang tough.
    Steven: Panthers.
    Yeah, the line is way too big. The Saints should win this one but have we seen anything from this team that suggests they should be favored by a touchdown over a competitive team?
    Charles: Bills.
    Steven: Jets.
    I think we’ve gotten to the point where the Jets are just a bit underrated. They’re bad, but people are acting like they’re one of the worst teams in NFL history. I don’t think that’s the case.
    Charles: Packers.
    The Texans nearly beat the Titans. But the Packers are coming off an embarrassing loss to Tampa Bay, which will motivate them to get back on track and blow this mediocre Texans team out in Lambeau.
    Steven: Packers.
    Deshaun Watson has been one of the better quarterbacks in the league this season and has straight-up carried this team, BUT … Aaron Rodgers has been even better and has more help around him. And that line is more than manageable.
    Steelers at Titans (-1.5)
    Charles: Steelers.
    Shouldn’t this line be reversed? The Steelers are the better defense, so I’ll gladly take the points.
    Steven: Steelers.
    I’m with Charles. This is an odd line that the Steelers will cover with ease. They have a defense good enough to keep Tennessee in obvious passing situations, which will hurt their play-action passing game.
    Charles: Cardinals.
    I think the Hawks are the better team, but I just see this game being a shootout, so I’ll take Arizona to cover, nervously.
    Steven: Seahawks.
    I just haven’t seen enough from this Cardinals offense to think they can beat a team as good as the Seahawks. Even against a bad Cowboys defense, Arizona’s passing game just looked off.
    49ers at Patriots (-1.5)
    Charles: Patriots.
    Last week was a wake-up call. I think Cam Newton plays better and Bill Belichick gets the defense back on track against the QB he traded away.
    Steven: Patriots.
    That was a flukey loss for the Pats last week. A lot of uncharacteristic mistakes that I don’t expect them to repeat. And Bill Belichick will have Jimmy G’s head spinning.
    Charles: Chiefs.
    That’s a large spread, but Kansas City had no problem handling Josh Allen last week. And Drew Lock is no Josh Allen.
    Steven: Chiefs.
    Any concern about the Chief’s offense should have been alleviated with that performance in Buffalo. Steve Spagnuolo and this defense dominated Drew Lock mentally last season and I wouldn’t be surprised if it happened again.
    Jaguars at Chargers (-7.5)
    (AP Photo/Peter Joneleit)
    Charles: Chargers.
    I’m kind of intrigued by the points, but the Chargers are coming off a bye and Justin Jackson will run all over the Jags.
    Steven: Jaguars.
    Yes, the Jaguars are bad but their offense is decent and I just can’t trust a rookie quarterback making his fifth start to cover a spread that big.
    Charles: Buccaneers.
    Note that this line could change due to the news above. But before that, I was still going with the Bucs, whose defense is no joke.
    Steven: Buccaneers.
    For a second straight week, the oddsmakers are discounting the Bucs. Last week’s Packers game was a lock and this one should be, too.
    Bears at Rams (-6)
    Charles: Bears.
    The Rams’ loss to the Niners was alarming, so I’d say this spread shouldn’t be this large. Give me the points.
    Steven: Bears.
    The Rams are clearly the better team — no matter what the records say — but the Bears defense is good enough to bother Jared Goff and keep this game close. I’ll take the points.
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