1. NBA Draft 2011: The 7 Best Players Ever Drafted at No. 5

    Every year there are those players that everyone knows will go in the top three. That's a given. Then there are players that land within the top 10 and in hindsight should have been ...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 3 years ago 1,706 reads 5 comments

  2. NBA Draft 2011: 10 Players That Could Help the Toronto Raptors Next Season

    When star forward Chris Bosh departed last season to play for the Miami Heat, other players in Toronto needed to step up. They didn't...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 3 years ago 3,716 reads 20 comments

  3. Stanley Cup Finals 2011: Bringing the Cup Back to Canada Where It Belongs

    Let’s turn the clocks back a few months back to the middle of the NHL season when we all broke out of our hockey hibernation to enjoy a memorable sporting event...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 3 years ago 708 reads 65 comments

  4. Stanley Cup Finals 2011: Why Vancouver Will Win and Ryan Kesler Will Be MVP

    Let’s be honest here—Boston sucks. No, I’m not referring to the city in general (well…maybe). I’m talking about the Bruins . They’re in the Stanley Cup Finals, you say...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 3 years ago 416 reads 4 comments

  5. World Hockey Championships 2011: Why It Doesn't Matter That Canada & USA Lost

    Bravo, Russia. Bravo. You managed to knock out Canada and hand them their second straight quarterfinals loss. Good for you...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 3 years ago 679 reads 9 comments

  6. NHL Playoffs 2011: Tonight's Game 7 as Big as It Gets for Sharks & Wings

    In case you haven’t noticed, the theme of this year’s postseason has been a new game each night that earns the title of “biggest game we’ve seen so far!” Tonight’s match-up between Detroit and San Jose should be no exception...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 3 years ago 349 reads 4 comments

  7. NHL Playoffs 2011: What the Boston Bruins Proved by Not Letting History Repeat

    Let’s turn back the clock to last year when the Bruins were sitting pretty with a 3-0 series lead over the Flyers in the second round. Then, the unthinkable happened...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 3 years ago 586 reads 1 comments

  8. Teemu Selanne and the Best 40-Year-Olds in NHL History

    Teemu Selanne's five-point game last night gave him 75 points on the season, and has shown that age is just a number for some players. If the Ducks end up making the playoffs this season, they have Selanne to thank for that...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 1,961 reads 10 comments

  9. Corey Perry and the NHL's Most Improved Stars in 2011

    What Ducks star Corey Perry has accomplished this year (especially in the last month) has been nothing short of spectacular as he tries to lead Anaheim into the playoffs and hopefully back to the Stanley Cup Finals...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 835 reads 0 comments

  10. Chad Ochocinco Locked Out: From Football to Futbol

    Over the last few months many football fans were trying to feverishly delay the inevitable horror of an NFL lockout...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 944 reads 11 comments

  11. NHL Awards 2011: The Race for the Calder Trophy

    The competition is always fierce for the Calder Trophy, the NHL's rookie of the year honor, and this season is no exception...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 3,002 reads 9 comments

  12. NHL Playoff Bubble About to Burst: Is It Too Little Too Late?

    We are less than 10 games from the end of the regular season in the NHL, and the playoff race is as tight as ever...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  13. NHL's Beasts in the East? A Shift of Power in Conference Rankings

    We've just about passed the halfway mark of the season, and things are starting to get very interesting in the NHL...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 292 reads 4 comments

  14. Toronto Blue Jays: Oh, AL East, How You Have Forsaken This Team in Free Agency

    Sigh... It's been 17 long years since we've had something to cheer about, a parade to attend. Our hockey and basketball teams don't give us much hope, and we have the NFL every once in a while, but it's not authentic...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 1,197 reads 23 comments

  15. The Secret to Success: How NHL Teams Are Falling Into Place After October

    I think it’s about the right time to put up this post. Yeah, seems right. We’re past the "WAY TOO EARLY, MAN!" stage to get excited about our respective teams in the ...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about over 3 years ago 448 reads 10 comments

  16. Chicago Bulls vs. OKC Thunder: The Best Possible 2011 NBA Finals Matchup?

    I know it's early. It's WAY too early. It's so early right now that the schedule hasn't even come out yet. It's even too early for Miami to have enough players to put on the floor with ...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about almost 5 years ago 1,210 reads 4 comments

  17. Definitely the OFF-Season: Why 2010 NHL Free Agency Isn't So Exciting

    You might think that with all of the commotion that the NBA free agency is making, some of the limelight has been taken away from the NHL. However, there are a lot of issues within the NHL that are making fans lose interest...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about almost 5 years ago 176 reads 0 comments

  18. Change Is in the Air in Toronto, and Things Are Looking Good for the Raptors

    It's been an exciting off-season for almost anyone connected to the NBA, and the Toronto Raptors are right in the thick of it...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 2,637 reads 29 comments

  19. World Cup 2010: In Holland Heartbreak, Irritating Aspects of Soccer Ruin Final

    Let's start this off by saying that I'm Canadian. I don't have a national soccer team that could compete with your little sister's league let alone World Cup qualifiers...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 706 reads 25 comments

  20. Two Letters From Two Execs: How To Handle Your Star Leaving To Miami

    In the aftermath of the on-going crazy times that we know as free agency, many big name stars have left their former teams in hopes of winning a championship...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 1,478 reads 2 comments

  21. The Top 10 Unbreakable Sports Records

    With the epic Wimbledon match between John Isner and Nicholas Mahut STILL going on after ten hours, and Colorado Rockies starter Ubaldo Jimenez losing his minuscule ERA after letting ...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 10,709 reads 9 comments

  22. NHL Awards Picks: How It Turned Out

    Well, I didn't get everything right, but then again with all the talented players that were nominated, a bunch of the awards could have gone either way. Let's see how it played out...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 154 reads 5 comments

  23. NHL Awards Picks, Part Two

    6. Frank J. Selke Trophy: Best Defensive Forward Finalists Pavel Datsyuk, Detroit Red Wings Ryan Kesler, Vancouver Canucks Jordan Staal, Pittsburgh Penguins When deciding my pick for this award, I didn't really take points into consideration...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 167 reads 0 comments

  24. World Cup 2010: USA Wins Miracle on Grass, Someone Should Claim Movie Rights

    After today's World Cup match between Team USA and Algeria, I'm sure all the Americans who watched had little left on their fingernails. In a tight, well-played match from the opening minute, both Algeria and USA had very, very close chances on net...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 380 reads 2 comments

  25. NHL Loses Two Stars to Retirement, Passes the Torch To Young Players

    When his team, the San Jose Sharks, were eliminated from the playoffs, star blue-liner and team captain Rob Blake decided to hang up the skates. Yesterday, one of his colleagues decided to join him...

    Adam Davis Written by Adam Davis about 4 years ago 217 reads 2 comments