1. FIFA 2010: A Canadian Fan's Perspective

    Try as you may, you can't ignore the hard truth; Spain has won the World Cup. In the newspapers, on the web, and on TV; there is no way to hide from the Spanish victory over the Dutch — and I don’t quite mind it...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about over 4 years ago 60 reads 0 comments

  2. One Night Only! Why Special Events are Top Reasons for Good Sports

    While you flip through the channels on a Thursday evening, trying to see if you can find ANYTHING to watch, you realize there are no games tonight. Why? Because every team, either hockey, football, or baseball has vacated the premises for the evening...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 5 years ago 56 reads 0 comments

  3. F1 Tracks, Prix, and Tyres: 2009 Season Under Way

    Well, It's been a while since the announcement of the 2009 F1 season, and its far overdue to think about the tracks that were changed up since last year...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about almost 6 years ago 257 reads 0 comments

  4. Jacques Villeneuve: Where Did He Go?

    He's out of the headlines, nowhere to be found, lost to the sands of F1 time. Yet, no one seems to realize that Jacques Villeneuve isn't around. So where is he? He's been rolling around in a little Speed Car Series in the 2008 season...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 6 years ago 3,231 reads 33 comments

  5. Kim St-Pierre and the Habs: A Priceless Moment

    Kim St-Pierre, two-time Olympic gold medalist, and member of the Montréal Stars of the National Women's Hockey League, surprised the Montréal Canadiens when she stepped on the ice as goaltender at their Thursday, Oct...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 6 years ago 424 reads 4 comments

  6. Men-Women: The Continuing Struggle

    A couple days ago, I wrote an article relating to a subject that is very present in the world of sports today: feminine inequality. However, as one of my readers pointed out, my article was incomplete...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 6 years ago 450 reads 15 comments

  7. Oh Girls! A Look At The Inequality In Professional Sports

    Here is a touchy subject that not many people think about, but it's true! Women's leagues are less known than men's leagues and if just as well known—less watched. Why is that? For starters, men's leagues have better marketing...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 6 years ago 2,783 reads 6 comments

  8. Drift Nuts Rejoyce, Art From The Men Behind The Wheel

    For anyone who would like a more up close and personal look at Drifting here is a small gallery of images taken off the web. Hope you enjoy these shots, some are amazing! Shown here is one of the very rare Drift Teams in the D1: Team GReddy.

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 6 years ago 2,611 reads 0 comments

  9. Who's Hot and Who's Not! All D1 Drivers and Notes on Who They Are!

    In this fourth segment of my attempt to bring Drifting to newer heights, I give out the news on Who's in and Who's out in the Drift world. But then I found a problem...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 6 years ago 498 reads 0 comments

  10. Still Going at It: Japan Never Stops Giving When It Comes to Drifting

    So you're interested in drifting? You and me both, my friend! Not too sure where to start? Well, you're gonna need a car, and, if money is not a problem, take a choice of one from the list below...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 6 years ago 237 reads 1 comments

  11. The World Comes to Ottawa

    I have a huge interest for anything that has to do with Ottawa, so when I found out Canada's Capital might be getting a Major League Soccer team, I was ecstatic! Ottawa Senators Owner, ...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about over 6 years ago 375 reads 11 comments

  12. North America, Welcome Back to Japan: Drifting Techniques

    "So there's a lot of ways of doing this! Hand braking is the easiest, so first thing I want you to do: I want you to rip that E-Brake!" (from The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift) So a little ...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about over 6 years ago 451 reads 0 comments

  13. North America, Welcome to Japan!

    As promised in my profile, here is my attempt to bring Drift to a more well known status in North America. So what is Drifting? Basically, its doing a turn. Not so impressive right? Well what's so cool about it is how the drivers do their turn...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about over 6 years ago 229 reads 1 comments

  14. Ottawa Senators: Preseason Thoughts

    "Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the main event!" It's a line all sports fans have heard many times before. But this year the Ottawa Senators are hoping that this is their time to be the main event...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about over 6 years ago 507 reads 0 comments

  15. Ottawa Senators: Skill, Not Location

    With the NHL season done, more or less, it's time that I say what my team, the Ottawa Senators, needs to do in the offseason. First of all, the Sens have a huge hole to fill behind the bench...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about over 6 years ago 822 reads 6 comments

  16. Ottawa Senators' Ray Emery Hits a Rough Patch

    The buzz is going around, speculations are flying, and Ottawa Senators fans are wondering why Ray Emery’s performance has been so poor...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about almost 7 years ago 1,054 reads 6 comments

  17. 41 Down, 41 to Go: Ottawa Senators at the Halfway Mark

    Well, with 50 percent of the NHL season done, as seems to be a repeating theme last few years, the Ottawa Senators are right where they would like to be: on top!With a great record, which puts ...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about almost 7 years ago 1,264 reads 2 comments

  18. Best of 2007: Senators Reach the Stanley Cup Finals

    For my money, the most interesting hockey story of 2007 was without a doubt the Ottawa Senators' run to the Stanley Cup Finals.Although the Sens lost the Cup to the Anaheim Ducks, the season was easily the best in the team's history...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 7 years ago 837 reads 3 comments

  19. Has Gerber Replaced Emery as Senators' Starting Goalie?

    With the defeat from the Capitals last night, could it be that the full time starting goaltender job will go to Martin Gerber? After taking a backseat behind goalie Ray Emery last year, ...

    Joe Lafleche Written by Joe Lafleche about 7 years ago 980 reads 1 comments