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Five on Three: December 3rd - Martin ... St. Louis?

by Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro, Tara Sledjeski

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In this edition of Five on Three, Anthony Pucik, Matt Moro and Tara Sledjeski discuss Martin Broedur's new home in St. Louis and the L.A. Kings being fined for Slava Voynov's particiaption in practice. They also discuss one of the best teams in hockey, the Islanders, the Devils injury woes and why the Rangers can't beat the Tampa Bay Lightning. 

WFUV Chats with Mike Breen

by Drew Casey, Kenny Ducey

Marelle Cerven: WFUV Sports

Leading 30-23 at halftime, the Fordham Rams did not look back as they went on to beat the Siena Saints 69-67. With the Rams up seven at the half, we got the chance to talk with Mike Breen, a WFUV sports alumnus, the voice of the New York Knicks on MSG, and the voice of the NBA on ESPN, as part of the One on One Halftime Report.

November 21: FUV FC - Let's Talk Conference Finals, Featuring The Gothamist's Dan Dickinson

by Kris Venezia, Martin McCormack, Brendan Bowers
MLS referee.

Bay Area Blas, Flickr 

There are four remaining teams in contention for the MLS Cup. The New York Red Bulls square off against the New England Revolution in the Eastern Conference, and the Seattle Sounders battle the Los Angeles Galaxy in the Western Conference. Dan Dickinson, who covers the New York Red Bulls for the Gothamist, previews the Eastern Conference Final between New York and New England.

Inconsistency Plaguing the Rangers

by Anthony Pucik

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The New York Rangers are 7-7-4 through 18 games this season and are currently fourth in the Metropolitan Division. New York has dealt with its fair share of injuries this season, but even with a majority of their players back in the lineup they are still having difficulty finding a rhythm.

New York City Football Club Unveils Inaugural Jersey

by Aniello Devita

Aniello DeVita/WFUV Sports

Photo: (left to right) NYCFC Director of Football Operations Claudio Reyna, NYCFC Chief Business Officer Tim Pernetti, Spanish footballer and NYCFC's first player in team history David Villa, and President and CEO of Etihad Airways James Hogan. 

New York City Football Club has launched the first jersey in the franchise's history for their inaugural season that will kickoff on March 15, 2015 at Yankee Stadium. The jersey is in City Blue and resembles that of Manchester City's in England. The back neck tie has "New York City FC" written on it in Subway-inspired Helvetica wordmark. NYCFC's badge is inspired by the old New York City subway token, and was chosen by over 100,000 fans. The bottom corner of the jersey displays an inaugral season patch inspired by classic subway mosaics seen throughout underground stations in New York City.