FROM Christine Brennan
Hockey Just Doesn’t Get No Respect If you were scanning the sports headlines, you might think that all the news these days is Kobe versus Dwight , or the Red Sox versus the Yankees . But there's another battle of the titans going on in the sports world. What about those guys slamming into each other on the ice? Game Seven of the Stanley Cup Finals is tonight. It's been a fierce series and yet hockey fans lament that no else seems to care. Christine Brennan is sports columnist for USA Today .
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