Recently, I experienced one of the rarest of joys for a sports fan. The payoff when a team you live and die for as a fan reaches the pinnacle of its sport. To explain: It is rare that I choose sides before a series begins. Other than always supporting my alma maters’ teams and US […]
Do you think the NBA can survive a Denver Nuggets-Orlando Magic showdown in the Finals? Would anybody watch? Of course not. But don’t worry. It will be Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. The officials will make sure of it.
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Officiating is yet another reason why […]
No known human language is fit to describe fully the sheer beauty of this sequence or its astronomical degree of difficulty. Therefore, watching the clip is recommended.
2. July 4, 2008: The Stanley Cup visits Manhattan Beach with Red Wings’ Brad Stuart, just weeks after the Wings defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins 4 games to 2 in hockey’s Stanley Cup Finals.
….and the number one most important date in Manhattan Beach history:
Brooks Orpik kills fools who try to score. Here is video of a shift where he made four big hits in like 15 seconds:
Pittsburgh’s electric win last night shows they still have some fight left in them. Perhaps they were waiting for the games to be nationally broadcast on NBC before they broke a sweat […]
i meant to post this a couple of weeks ago. the goal is the result of an amazing individual effort by nash with under 30 ticks to play in the game.
what the following video lacks in sound, it makes up for in crispness and detail:
more than 70,000 people gathered for a hockey game in south of the arctic circle.
(ps: “saves” rhymes with “toews”)
here is an excerpt from an email i thought i would never get:
The BYU hockey team has recently received official recognition by BYU. The hockey season is upon us, with our first game on Oct 12 at 8:30 p.m. at the Peaks Arena. You can see the game schedule, roster and latest BYU Hockey news […]