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Ice Sculpture To Honor Mariano Rivera at Yankee Stadium during NHL Stadium Series


Bronx, NY – The 161st Street Business Improvement District (BID) announced that it has commissioned Shintaro Okamoto to carve a statue of Yankee great, Mariano Rivera, as part of its Winterfest celebration. Okamoto is an internationally renowned sculptor whose work has been featured in most major media and on the Grammy “We want the neighborhood to be a part of ... Read More »

NHL Stadium Series Comes to Yankee Stadium

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Bronx, NY- Preparations are currently underway for the construction of a hockey rink on the field of Yankee Stadium that will serve as the “playing field” for all three local NHL franchises, New York Rangers, New York islanders and New Jersey Devils next week. Each of the three rivals will have an opportunity to play an outdoor NHL game at ... Read More »

NHL Hockey Scheduled to Debut at Yankee Stadium


Bronx, NY- The past and current iconic venues located on 161st Street in the Bronx, both named Yankee Stadium, has been the site for many major sports events since the completion of construction in 1923. In addition to being the home of the New York Yankees, the stadiums have hosted football, soccer and boxing. With the creation of the NHL ... Read More »



It was a game of constant momentum changes. But ultimately what won the game for the Pittsburgh Penguins is the ability to adjust on the fly. To do what was necessary. After the Islanders rallied to tie the game at 4, they met the moment that may have saved the series. A flip pass flew through mid air to an ... Read More »

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs Thursday Night Recap


It was quite a night as NHL Hockey began for two old rivals, the Washington Capitals, Southeast Division champions, and the New York Rangers. These two have met four of the last five years, three consecutive years culminating in last year’s conference final game seven win for New York. The results this time in D.C. were different. But initially it ... Read More »



The New York Islanders did not play badly. In the first game of their Eastern Conference semi-final against the number one team in the east, Pittsburgh, the Isles learned a valuable lesson. Its ok to play well but to win playoff hockey games, especially on the road against an elite team means that you have to raise your level. The ... Read More »

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