1. NCAA Bracket 2011: UCLA, Tyler Honeycutt Squeak By Michigan State

    By now, everyone knows that the UCLA Bruins built a seemingly insurmountable 23-point lead over the Michigan State Spartans , only to see it completely evaporate over the last eight minutes of the game...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 792 reads 3 comments

  2. NCAA Bracket 2011: USC Proving Pundits Proud, First Ones Gone from Weak Pac-10

    The pundits who claimed that the Pac-10 was very weak this year are applauding themselves after the University of Southern California easily bowed out to Virginia Commonwealth 59-46...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 1,116 reads 4 comments

  3. Dion Phaneuf and James Reimer: Toronto Maple Leafs' Hottest Players

    If you were wondering if Dion Phaneuf would ever play up to his lofty salary and the big “C” emblazoned on his jersey, you only have to look at his play over the past few weeks for the answer...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 1,182 reads 36 comments

  4. Bruin Basketball: A Preview of UCLA's First-Round Matchup Against Michigan State

    The selection committee has adjourned, the votes have been tabulated and it's all been decided: the UCLA Bruins will head to Tampa Bay as the No. seven seed and play host to the No...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 1,617 reads 8 comments

  5. Toronto Maple Leafs Up for Sale: With the Teachers Gone, Who Will Substitute?

    It was reported yesterday that the Ontario Teachers Pension Fund was looking to sell its 66 percent share in Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment Ltd...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 708 reads 21 comments

  6. Toronto Maple Leafs and the Playoffs: It's Put Up or Shut Up Time

    Simply put, the Leafs' playoff chances are on the line tonight against Buffalo . With three straight losses, the Leafs find themselves six points behind the Sabres for the eighth and final playoff spot...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 655 reads 56 comments

  7. Pac-10 Tournament: Duck and Cover, the UCLA Bruins Are One and Done

    What was supposed to be a walk in the park for the UCLA Bruins turned into a mugging, as the No. 7 University of Oregon Ducks crushed the No. 2 UCLA Bruins at the Staples Center in Los Angeles...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 673 reads 9 comments

  8. Toronto Maple Leafs' Special Teams Could Make or Break Stanley Cup Chances

    The Toronto Maple Leafs may make the playoffs this year, but they may miss them as well. The buds have been giving us something to cheer about, and that has been a revelation for a fanbase that has been desperate for anything to be proud of...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 379 reads 12 comments

  9. Arsenal's Robin Van Persie's Sending Off May Be the Worst Referee's Decison Ever

    In what must be the most ridiculous sending-off in the history of football, Arsenal ’s Robin van Persie was sent off in the Champions League match against Barcelona...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 633 reads 108 comments

  10. UCLA Basketball: Jekyll and Hyde Bruins Finish Second in the Pac-10

    The UCLA Bruins clinched second place in the Pac-10 on Saturday with an impressive come-from-behind win against a determined Washington State Cougar team...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 520 reads 4 comments

  11. Toronto Maple Leafs Go to School and Face the Biggest Test of the Season

    The Toronto Maple Leafs ' last game against the Pittsburgh Penguins was the first in a stretch of games that sees the Leafs playing seven of eight games against teams ahead of ...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 649 reads 16 comments

  12. College Basketball: UCLA Sweeps, Arizona Weeps and Washington Greets the Bruins

    Fresh off a glorious week that saw UCLA sweep both Arizona teams under the rug, the Bruins now prepare for their next big challenge up in the Evergreen State. The Arizona State Sun Devils fell to UCLA last Thursday by a final score of 71-53...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 402 reads 18 comments

  13. NHL Trade Deadline: For the Maple Leafs, Sometimes the Best Move Is Not to Play

    Today at 3:00 P.M. eastern standard time, the NHL mid-season trading period closed, not with a bang as some expected, but with a whimper...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 701 reads 16 comments

  14. NHL Golden Rules: 5 Rule Changes That Would Improve the Game

    There has been much rhetoric in the press discussing what would make the NHL a better experience for the fans and safer for the players...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 768 reads 62 comments

  15. Phil Kessel of the Toronto Maple Leafs Recieves a Fan Letter

    Dear Mr. Phil Kessel , I wanted to write to you and let you know how much I appreciate you and your contribution to the Toronto Maple Leafs . I know it hasn't been as easy for you as it should have been to play for this team...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 2,373 reads 57 comments

  16. Philip Rivers Talks San Diego Chargers Future in Winter Address

    San Diego Chargers quarterback and team MVP Philip Rivers spoke to a group of season ticket holders, discussing everything from the team to the coach to his own development as a player...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 1,159 reads 29 comments

  17. UCLA Bruins: Are They Ready For a Wild Weekend Versus The Arizona Teams?

    After a somewhat stunning overtime upset at the hands of the California Bears in Berkley, the UCLA Bruins missed out on a golden opportunity to crack the top 25...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 411 reads 10 comments

  18. Toronto Maple Leafs: Recent Moves Turn Dull Season Into Bright Future

    Can the Maple Leafs continue their current hot streak and make a run at the playoffs this year? Though they have gone 6-2-2 in their last 10 games, analysis of the three recent ...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 1,077 reads 35 comments

  19. Mikhail Grabovski: Why He Is the Heart and Soul of the Toronto Maple Leafs

    If you were fortunate enough to catch last night’s Leafs game against Boston, you saw one of the best individual performances by any Leaf this year. Mikhail Grabovski is the real deal and the heart and soul of the Maple Leafs...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 1,059 reads 62 comments

  20. UCLA Bruins Weather Steve Lavin and the Perfect Red Storm

    UCLA may still make the NCAA tournament after all. Beating St. Johns, at a sold out Pauley Pavilion, in front of a nationally televised audience may have a lot to do with it...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 454 reads 4 comments

  21. Phil Kessel and 6 Other Untouchable Toronto Maple Leafs

    There has been much conjecture regarding who would be involved in possible trade scenarios for the Toronto Maple Leafs. When it comes to the Leafs roster, no name seems to be etched in stone as a permanent fixture or beyond being labeled as trade bait...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 1,694 reads 51 comments

  22. Super Bowl Blues: Why the Expiring CBA Should Have NFL Fans Crying Foul

    The NFL wants you to be thinking about the upcoming Super Bowl. But the bigger story is about the looming expiration of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). You may not have heard much about this yet, but come March 3, I guarantee you will...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 625 reads 37 comments

  23. UCLA Bruins Look Good But Need To Do Better To Crack The Top 25

    For the once proud UCLA Bruins, the road back to the NCAA top 10 will be paved with some good old fashion hard work. I know one game does not a season make, but the Bruins showed some gaping holes in their last game against Arizona State...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 633 reads 4 comments

  24. The San Diego Chargers' 10 Best Ever Playoff Performances

    As Charger fans, we have become accustomed to our beloved Bolts playing in the post-season on a regular basis. However this year, the Chargers missed the playoffs for the first time in five years and have left us a little wanting...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 2,416 reads 104 comments

  25. Toronto Maple Leafs: Accentuating the Positives at the All-Star Break

    It’s not an easy thing to do to find something good to say when you root for the Maple Leafs. Rookie goaltender James Reimer must be the worst performing Leaf on the ice right now...

    Peter Kleiss Written by Peter Kleiss about almost 4 years ago 597 reads 19 comments