A View on Six NHL Teams


Is it time for another hockey blog? I think so, below I made a few comments about some of the teams in the NHL check and see if your team made the list and enjoy!

Phoenix Coyotes: Isn’t it nice that we don’t hear the word Phoenix anymore, or at all? Currently fifth in the Western conference the Coyotes are flying under the radar with a 14-4-3 record, that’s good enough for first place in the Eastern conference! Too bad the Yotes are in the West; another amazing thing is they are 9-0-1 at home, which is incredible, unfortunately they are only averaging over 12 000 fans, but the best part about all of this. Continue reading


L.A. Gains great Sports Personalities in Jay and Dan


Say it ain’t so! Jay and Dan are leaving TSN for Fox Sports in Los Angeles! Jay Onrait and Dan O’Toole are hosts of Sports Center and their own podcast for those people who did not know, for those who do know who they are they will remember how hilarious these guys really are. The two of them brought humor and a lot of fun to Sportscentre and made it more entertaining to watch every morning. The two of them had gotten so popular on TSN that other Sportcentre hosts started to copy some of the things that Jay and Dan would do regularly on the show. Continue reading

Super Bowl: Canada should have fun commercials too!

Canada Needs SuperBowl commercials

So it is that time of year again, no not an official holiday, but in Canada and especially in the United States it might as well be considered a holiday, to most Football fans it is Super Bowl Sunday! February 3rd over 73 000 fans will go to the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans to watch the San Francisco 49ers vs Baltimore Ravens to compete for the top football prize the Vince Lombardi trophy. You can also count on the fact that there will be a projected amount of 100 million people in the United States watching the game with millions more in Canada and across the globe watching as well.

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Hockey Returns: Will the fans forgive and forget?


“This blog was supposed to be my first blog not related to sports, but out of the blue the NHL has ended the lockout and I had said I would only write articles and pieces about Hockey once the lockout ended so here you go.”

Words many did not think they would hear until the summer time or even later. The NHL and NHLPA have agreed to a tentative deal and now the NHL can start the season. The new deal will run for 10 years till September 2022, with an option to terminate the deal after eight years. The players managed to fix their pension plan, they have agreed to a limit on signing free agent contracts which is 7 years and 8 if it is a contract extension with their own team and the somehow (although it was agreed upon a while ago). Continue reading