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NHL All-Star Weekend 2016: An All-Star to Remember

So, I know lately, I’d given the NHL a lot of crap about the whole John Scott All-Star voting debacle (which was well-deserved). However, for this edition of my All-Star blogging, I want to make it nothing but a positive experience, just like the whole weekend was altogether. 1,178 more words


Should the NHL scrap the All-Star game?

According to the sporting world it used to be an honour to be named an ‘all-star’, to play in a game with the worlds best. In many sports, being selected to participate in an all-star game would mean you were considered one of the best players in your specific sport. 858 more words


Predators should probably be more concerned about goaltending

The Nashville Predators’ recent play has been worrisome, and the splashy trade to land Ryan Johansen hasn’t steered them back on a winning path.

Saturday represented another troubling loss, as the Predators dropped their third straight game (and fifth loss in six games) in humbling fashion. 309 more words

Nashville Predators

"Oh, You Ain't Know?"


Chicago’s Bobby Portis is trending upwards heading into the New Year. After receiving minimal playing time prior to Joakim Noah‘s shoulder injury last week, Portis is beginning to justify why many Bulls fans campaigned for the rook to see extended action. 488 more words


Wild Card Well Within Reach For Pacific Teams

Early on in the season, if there was only one thing that was clear, it was that the Central division was the best division in all hockey. 353 more words


Division Hot Stove Update

Let’s take a look at what the division is up to so far, this hot stove. The Brewers have started the season by basically making trades to dump payroll. 543 more words

Hot Stove

"PG-13: A Remixed Tracy McGrady"

If you haven’t been paying attention to the Indiana Pacers so far, it’s time to take notice. Not only has Frank Vogel’s scrappy squad clawed its way to the third best record in the East (9-5), a true superstar is emerging. 521 more words