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December 18, 2014
Dan Cleary-36
Ben Watson-34
Brian Boyle-30
Pierre Thomas-30

Chris Carter-28

Marcus Cousin-28
Rex Brothers-27

1949: A year after winning the NFL Championship in a blizzard; the Philadelphia Eagles face the Los Angeles Rams in a driving rain storm at the coliseum. The field is turned into a mud pit, as the Eagles win their second straight championship 14-0. No bothered by the rain, Steve Van Buren leads the Eagles with a championship-game record 196 yards on 31 carries.
1. Craig Anderson
31 Save Shutout

Kari Lethonen

NHL @ Van
27 Save Shutout

Andre Dummond

NBA vs Dal
19 pts, 24 reb
NHL Pandemic
So far the story of the 2014/15 NHL season is the story of the Mumps, as they league has had 15 players with confirmed diagnosis of the childhood disease, with several others displaying flu like symptoms and creating a sense of concern league wide. On Wednesday the NHL issued new guidelines for every team how to spot symptoms and prevent the diseases from spreading any further. The NHL outbreak appears to have begun with the Anaheim Ducks, just before the season began Orange County, where the Ducks played reported a Mumps outbreak alert in September. Several Ducks were diagnosed and the disease has spread since then. Last week reigning MVP Sidney Crosby was diagnosed after appearing in an interview on local television. The concern has led several teams to cancel visits to children's hospitals.  
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NBA Updates
With LeBron James returning to Cleveland, injuries in Oklahoma City and the San Antonio Spurs showing how far the team game can go, the NBA has never been more wide open. The West is loaded the East is mediocre and there could a new team that rises in June. As the season heats up we will look back and start updating every NBA team.
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