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October 26, 2009
Hockey needs to get back to its roots by contracting the league and moving teams to Canada and the Northeast. Original Six fans and fans in the East stay true to their teams. In places like Carolina, Tampa, Phoenix, Anaheim, Los Angeles and San Jose, the fans are front-runners. Enough with the phony warm-weather cities; they don't deserve teams.
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October 26, 2009

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If Brett Favre can keep throwing touchdown passes at 40, Tiger will be able to play golf until he gets major number 19.

Mary Watkins

Ludington, Mich.

While Tiger's loss to Y.E. Yang at the PGA Championship may have been the end of perfection (14 for 14 at closing out 54-hole leads in majors), it certainly is not the end of excellence.

Jeff Guerin, Scottsdale, Ariz.

Six wins is a career on the PGA Tour. Six wins in the first season back after major knee surgery—what Woods did—is extraordinary. No player in the history of the sport has won a major every year, and anyone who knows the sport knows that Woods, with 71 wins at 33 years old, is well on his way to 100-plus Tour wins and 20-something majors.

John Hobbs, Lewes, Del.

Throwback Jerseys

In your photo of Detroit Lions fans celebrating the team's first win in 19 games (LEADING OFF, Oct. 5), some fans were wearing the jerseys of Chris Spielman and Barry Sanders—players who were on the last Lions team (1991) that won a playoff game.

Jeff Barna

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