Thanks for the story portraying the battles between Chris Pronger of the Flyers and Duncan Keith of the Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup finals (A Cup Most Unkind, June 14). These stand-up guys gave all fans a great performance.
Dominic J. Clementi Hillsborough, N.J.
While most hockey players conduct themselves with grace and humility, Pronger stood out as one who does not value sportsmanship and fair play. In teaching his five-year-old son that an opposing player "sucks" and taking every game puck, even after Flyers losses, Pronger represents all that is wrong in sports.
Kelly Storey, Cheyenne, Wyo.
Still in School
Peter King's thoroughly researched article (The Making of a Quarterback, June 14) has to be ranked in the top 10 of SI's greatest stories. I always wanted to know if a famous college quarterback could learn a new game in the pros. King has me convinced that Tebow is going to make it—though maybe not right away.
Paul Carter, Salt Lake City
Great piece by Joe Posnanski about Ken Griffey Jr. and how he showed us all the way that a pro athlete should behave (SCORECARD, June 14). I enjoyed watching Griffey from when he was a kid, and he grew up to become one of the best players of all time. His big smile would light up the crowd no matter what team you rooted for. You made us proud, Junior, and you will be missed!
Joseph M. Tait, Maple Glen, Pa.