1. Ex-Bostonians Get Their Revenge: Tony Pena, Roger Clemens, and More

    A couple of things made me write this post.First, we have to wait until next weekend for the Super Bowl, as the NFL has decided to do the skip-a-week routine this year again...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 389 reads 1 comments

  2. Brett Favre: Another Awful Performance in a Big Loss

    Yes, mark it down on the calendar.January 20th, 2008, NFC title game. The overrated Brett Favre and Green Bay played host to the New York Giants at Lambeau Field for the right to face New England in the Super Bowl...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 1,923 reads 24 comments

  3. Celebrating Willie O'Ree: Bruins Finally Get It Right

    For years, the Boston Bruins have done nothing right.Trading away Andy Moog after the 1993 season was the beginning. The Bruins haven't recovered since then, winning just two postseason series in the last 15 years...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 806 reads 5 comments

  4. Curt Schilling for the Hall of Fame?

    Some—including Bleacher Report’s own David Cassilo—have suggested that Boston Red Sox World Series hero Curt Schilling belongs to the Baseball Hall of Fame...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 899 reads 7 comments

  5. Calgary Flames: Why the Curtis Joseph Signing Makes No Sense

    So goalie Curtis Joseph has signed with the Calgary Flames. My question:Why are teams interested in acquiring a 40-year-old who's never won anything? Cujo has never been on a Stanley Cup winner, and has never even reached the Finals...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 1,368 reads 29 comments

  6. Good Call, Bad Call: What MLB Could Learn from the NBA

    Last week, the NBA took a victory away from the Atlanta Hawks, sending them and the Miami Heat back onto the floor to replay the final 51 seconds of a December 19th contest...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 562 reads 3 comments

  7. What's Up With the Toronto Maple Leafs?

    Watching the Leafs on Saturday night (Jan. 12) in San Jose, you just had a feeling that their 2-0 lead wasn’t going to last. And of course, the Sharks rallied for three in the third period...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 440 reads 0 comments

  8. Seahawks-Packers: Bet on Brett Favre to Flop

    Talk about overrated.All the experts on ESPN.com chose Green Bay to knock off the Seattle Seahawks in Saturday’s NFC divisional tilt at Lambeau Field...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 1,157 reads 25 comments

  9. Sabres Rattled: Buffalo Disappoints Through 40 Games

    The Buffalo Sabres have been one of the biggest disappointments of the 2007-2008 NHL season.The Sabres were the top team in 2006-07 with 113 points, and finished with 110 points in 2005-06, reaching the Eastern Conference Finals in back-to-back seasons...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 609 reads 2 comments

  10. 60 Minutes Fallout: The Road Ahead for Roger Clemens

    Roger Clemens was on 60 Minutes on Sunday. Big wow. Did anyone even care?We've all seen this before. Back in 1988, before the opening game of the ALCS at Fenway Park, wasn't that Jose Canseco telling the TV audience he was clean?No steroids...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 766 reads 2 comments

  11. Best of 2007: The Rockies' Wild Ride

    Best story of 2007: undoubtedly the rise of the Colorado Rockies. I love the Red Sox, but the Rockies were a great story.It sure started unpromisingly.On May 31st, it looked like another losing season in Denver...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 792 reads 5 comments

  12. 1991: Was Cal Ripken a Deserving MVP?

    I took a peek at the first-year Hall of Fame candidates because I couldn't remember anyone who retired after 2002 as having a great, spectacular career to deserve induction. And I was right...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 219 reads 5 comments

  13. Chicago Hopeless: It's Good Not To Be a Cubs Fan

    As a Red Sox fan, it's encouraging to hear that Boston is trying to acquire two-time Cy Young winner Johan Santana from the Twins.Then again, the Red Sox have already won two World Series championships in the past four years...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 1,502 reads 14 comments

  14. Memo to Yankees Fans: Get Over Joe Torre

    There's been a lot of talk about Joe Torre's being undeservedly let go by the New York Yankees.But was he really that great as Yankees manager?You hear a lot of people saying, "It's not Torre's fault the Yanks had no pitching...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 1,582 reads 3 comments

  15. The Year the Boston Bruins Died

    Growing up, I was always been a Boston Bruins fan. Cam Neely, Andy Moog, Craig Janney, Ray Bourque - these were the most recognizable names that one associated with the Bruins in their glory days of the late 1980s and early '90s...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 7,012 reads 5 comments

  16. Beyond the Hype: The Truth About Brett Favre

    You have to wonder why the media falls so in love with some athletes.Is it because the jocks put on smiles and do interviews? Is it because they've overcome personal tragedies?For my money, pure performance should be all that counts...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 4,158 reads 150 comments

  17. It's funny the way the media thinks: thoughts on Bonds, Glavine, Howard

    Three big baseball milestones were reached during the 2007 season, and all three happened on the same weekend.Of course, those would be Alex Rodriguez's 500th homer, Barry Bonds' 755th dinger (to tie Hank Aaron), and Tom Glavine's 300th win...

    KP Wee Written by KP Wee about over 6 years ago 694 reads 4 comments