1. Penske Racing Drops Dodge in Favor of Ford for 2013: A Mopar Fan's Perspective

    I've been a die-hard fan of Penske racing since regaining my interest in NASCAR a couple of years ago. Brad Keselowski 's youth, talent and manners with fans and the media made ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 750 reads 8 comments

  2. Dallas Stars Showing Ability to Take Western Conference by Storm

    If you had looked at the placement of the Stars in the Western Conference a couple of weeks ago they would have likely been between eighth and 10th place, battling hard just to make the playoffs...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 377 reads 4 comments

  3. 5 Reasons Why the Dallas Stars Won't Be Trading Brenden Morrow

    Every hockey year February and March turns into trade rumor season. In many cases these rumors are worth at least a glance, but every once in awhile rumors catch wind and the logic ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 389 reads 0 comments

  4. The 10 Best Trades in Dallas Stars History

    The Dallas Stars have seen a lot of skilled and amazing players come and go throughout both their time in the Lone Star State, and also in the North Star State of Minnesota ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 1,704 reads 5 comments

  5. 2012 NHL All-Star Game Roster Announced, Popularity Contest Confirmed

    The NHL has always been gimmicky. Any fan for longer than a season can see it, especially one who was around before the most recent lockout...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 864 reads 3 comments

  6. Dallas Stars Stumble vs. Anaheim Ducks; Look to Rebound vs. Los Angeles Kings

    Tuesday night's game against the Anaheim Ducks was an interesting one to watch. Especially if one can enjoy playoff-type hockey in mid-January, as well as a Dallas Stars team that at times looked like the successful playoff teams of the past...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 269 reads 0 comments

  7. David Ragan: The Perfect Nascar Driver to Fill the Penske Void

    With Penske's press conference announcing the washing of hands with Kurt Busch, it has to come up, Who will fill the void? Penske has some great drivers in the stable and a fantastic future ahead with Brad Keselowski truly beginning to hit his stride...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 598 reads 4 comments

  8. Kurt Busch: NASCAR Fans Need to Get over His Foul Mouth

    If anyone has ever not sworn in their lifetime, please comment below. You truly deserve a medal. For the rest of us though, swearing may be a second language—an occasional art while out with friends, or a private stub of the toe...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 2,223 reads 48 comments

  9. 3 Biggest Winners and 2 Biggest Losers in the 2011 Sprint Cup Chase

    With 12 drivers in the Chase, a lot of drivers had something to prove—and just as much to lose. In the following pages I highlight three drivers who gained the most in this year's Chase, and two drivers who lost the most...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 1,730 reads 6 comments

  10. NASCAR Sprint Cup: One Writer's Ho-Hum Reaction to Tony Stewart

    Carl Edwards won himself the pole for Sunday's race and ran strong all afternoon, but the rain, a pit choice and some bad luck prevented him from winning the title and the race...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 308 reads 3 comments

  11. Homestead Intangibles: Why the Chase Will Come Down to Qualifying and Pit Stops

    As a society, we like the things we know, and shy away from the unknown. It's logical, it's safe, and when we stick to what we know, generally speaking, we don't make ourselves look stupid...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 937 reads 7 comments

  12. Carl Edwards: It's His Sprint Cup to Lose

    While the Sprint Cup field may be narrowed down to Tony Stewart and Carl Edwards , chances are good that the fat lady has sung on this year's Chase...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 188 reads 5 comments

  13. 5 NASCAR Drivers I'd Be OK Marrying My Daughter or Sister

    Generally speaking, I prefer top-10 lists, but considering this list is to obtain the hand of my daughter or my older sister, it needs to be really selective. Not just any driver deserves a shot at being in my family...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 2,421 reads 20 comments

  14. Kyle Busch Suspended: The Plague of NASCAR and Why He Should Be Banned for Good

    An important aspect of a writer's day is reading what else is being said. Sometimes you'll agree with what you read—and sometimes you'll disagree so strongly that you'll write your own response...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 717 reads 12 comments

  15. Dan Wheldon: Stop Reading Between the Lines of a Tragedy

    Bad news is good news in the press, as easily seen by the numerous articles all over the racing media regarding his death. Some have tackled what it means for NASCAR, F1 and even Indy itself going forward...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 626 reads 6 comments

  16. 10 Most Dangerous Drivers on the Current NASCAR Sprint Cup Circuit

    Auto racing is dangerous enough, as proven by recent events, but when the racing gets hard and tempers flare, an already dangerous sport becomes a powder keg of danger...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 550 reads 2 comments

  17. NASCAR Sprint Cup: What the Top 10 Chasers Should Go as for Halloween

    Halloween is the time of year when you get to dress up as someone else, a reflection in some cases of your inner self or possibly the opposite...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 1,765 reads 2 comments

  18. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Ranking the Top 12 Coming out of Charlotte

    With Taladega on the horizon, the points race for the Chase means more now than ever before. Johnson crashed, Busch pouted, Hamlin actually placed decently and Kenseth kicked butt...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  19. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Power Rankings Heading into Charlotte

    As NASCAR heads into Charlotte its time to check in with the story the points don't tell. With some drivers surging and others looking stale, it seems the run for the Chase might be all over but the crying...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 421 reads 0 comments

  20. Forumla 1: An American's Perspective

    Racing is part of the American heritage, just look in an American history book and you will see the influence bootleggers and rum runners had on the overthrow of the temperance movement...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 2 years ago 89 reads 13 comments

  21. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Kurt Busch Lucky to Still Be in Pack for the Chase

    To say Kurt Busch had a bad weekend would be a major understatement. At some points it looked as though he was standing still, and early on even led Busch himself to joke with his pit crew that he was driving on banana peels...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about almost 3 years ago 101 reads 0 comments

  22. NASCAR Sprint Cup: Win or Bust for Brad Keselowski at Kansas Motor Speedway

    Call me a picky NASCAR fan, it's how I was raised. I learned from my father growing up cheering for Dale Earnhardt that the drivers in stock car racing are much more than just ...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about almost 3 years ago 293 reads 1 comments

  23. The Gold Standard: United States More Poised For Gold Than Canada

    Olympic hockey has certainly had its ups and downs, much like Rick Nash of Canada in the photo above. There's the lows of Ovechkin's Russia losing its Gold chance to Canada, and Finland being slaughtered by the United States, but the low vs...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 4 years ago 329 reads 18 comments

  24. Dallas Stars Waive Alex Auld, Leaving Marty Turco Rumors Hanging

    After weeks of rumors swirling around the NHL involving the—what was once called likely—trade of Marty Turco news breaks today that the Dallas Stars have waived backup Alex Auld...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 4 years ago 511 reads 3 comments

  25. Dallas Stars End Three Game Losing Streak To Islanders

    It would be nice to sit here after my slight hiatus, changing addresses in the state of Texas, and write that the swagger the Dallas Stars brought to the ice New Year's Eve had carried on into January, but it didn't...

    Ken Armer Written by Ken Armer about over 4 years ago 80 reads 1 comments