1. UEFA Champions League Preview

    Well the day all soccer fans have been waiting for has arrived. After a shortened summer layoff due to the World Cup and the excitement surrounding the arrival of Thierry Henry and ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about almost 4 years ago 259 reads 2 comments

  2. Terrell Owens: T.O. and Ocho Cinco's Union Should Happen in Cincinnati

    According to espn.com and the world's most trusted journalism source, twitter (sarcasm), Terrell Owens has been approached by the Cincinnati Bengals to join forces with Chad Ochocinco ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about almost 4 years ago 916 reads 1 comments

  3. Rules For Being A Canadian Sports Fan #1: Losing Your Star Players

    One of the first things you have to understand about Canadian sports fans is that the teams they support are always fighting an uphill battle with teams from the U.S...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 557 reads 5 comments

  4. Chase's Lists: Five Reasons Why You Should Watch the CFL

    Well, it is that time of year again. The NBA and NHL seasons are over and free agency is winding down, the NFL is still in the minicamp stage, and the only thing to watch on the tube ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 2,814 reads 26 comments

  5. NBA Draft 2010: Breaking Down the Lottery Picks

    (Insert Clever Intro Here) And now with the breakdown of the picks. 1. John Wall, Washington Wizards: You cant really analyze this pick, Wall is clearly the best player in a four player ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 750 reads 15 comments

  6. Rules For Being A Canadian Sports Fan: Introduction

    Canadian Sports Fans are a whole different animal. From our close proximity to the United States, many assume that we adhere to the same set of rules and traditions. They are dead wrong...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 78 reads 0 comments

  7. Why Conference Realignment Will Kill College Sports

    As I am sure all of you know by now, the BCS conferences are in disarray, the Big 12 is being picked apart like a carcass on the side of the road, and every time you go on ESPN, Yahoo, ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 302 reads 7 comments

  8. Tragedy to Triumph: How Sports Heal—One Year Later

    This article was written exactly a year ago yesterday. Three of my friends in my small town of Yorkton, Saskatchewan died in a car accident; drugs were involved. All three boys were athletes and well liked...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 59 reads 0 comments

  9. Why Kobe Bryant Is Always Compared To Michael Jordan

    Last night after the conclusion of the amazing Suns-Lakers series, which I told you was going to be great, I was ready to write my wrap up of the series. I had my Itunes going, some drinks by the computer and, as always, I had my Twitter(www...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 1,297 reads 9 comments

  10. Chase's Lists: Top Five Underrated Sporting Events

    The great thing about sports is there are endless possibilities of sports you can follow, especially with today's technology, you can watch almost anything. But the big dogs still remain, grabbing the majority of sports fans eyes...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 549 reads 5 comments

  11. Phoenix Rising: Why You Shouldn't Count Out the Suns

    The NBA Playoffs have been a fairly uncompetitive affair this year, besides for the Oklahoma City/Los Angeles series and Boston/Cleveland, you probably won't be able to recall a matchup that you will remember by playoff time next year...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 437 reads 8 comments

  12. You Can't Handle "The Truth": Paul Pierce's Tweet Isn't The Story

    Boston: 95—Orlando: 92 That is what the score read last night. The Celtics going up 2-0 in the series and perhaps effectively ending the Orlando Magic's season...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 382 reads 0 comments

  13. NHL Playoffs: NBC: And How The NHL's TV Deals Are Killing The Game

    This may be the best time of year to be a sports fan the NBA and NHL Playoffs are underway, baseball is kicking off, the NFL and NBA Drafts take place. It is a great time to be a sports fan, especially a sports fan with time on their hands...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about 4 years ago 433 reads 3 comments

  14. 2010 NHL Playoffs: Can the San Jose Sharks Get Rid of the "Choker" Label?

    The San Jose Sharks are on the brink of another April collapse. It is a story that is all too familiar come playoff time...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 363 reads 20 comments

  15. Kevin Garnett's "Bows" Have Brought Back the Old Boston Celtics

    The Boston Celtics entered their first round matchup with the Miami Heat with the feeling of death looming over the Celtics faithful...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 317 reads 3 comments

  16. NBA Playoff Preview: Eastern Conference

    Well it is finally that time of year. The NBA Playoffs are just two days away, and I will be there to cover it from start to finish, starting with my previews breaking down every aspect of the playoffs...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 132 reads 0 comments

  17. NHL Playoffs: What to Watch on the Playoffs' Opening Night

    I will be breaking down the NHL Playoffs daily right here on Bleacher Report check daily for recaps, previews, and analysis of every game. Or check me out on twitter: www.twitter...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 143 reads 0 comments

  18. NHL Playoff Preview: Henrik Sedin Poised To Be This Year's Breakout Star

    This is the first of many articles breaking down the Stanley Cup Playoffs, check my page daily for more analysis, or follow me on twitter @www.twitter...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 169 reads 0 comments

  19. Oh, Canada: How NBC Has Dropped The Ball In Their Olympic Coverage

    Well the Olympics are reaching its thrilling climax and despite my personal complaints about the cost and the horrible propaganda done by my Canadian government creating expectations for our ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 586 reads 12 comments

  20. 2010 Winter Olympics: Why Canada-USA Needs to Be Live on NBC

    Well, the Olympics are off and running, and its marquee event, the men's ice hockey competition, began yesterday. Three of the favourites of the tournament won their opening games as the United ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 590 reads 4 comments

  21. NCAA Basketball: Five Things That Make A College Basketball Rivalry Great

    Last night, I once again watched ESPN's annual greatest contribution to the world—Rivalry Week. While watching the Duke/North Carolina game and talking to my Duke friend (And no, I hate both ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 213 reads 0 comments

  22. USA vs. the World: A Revolutionary Idea to Fix the NBA All-Star Game Debacle

    The NBA All-Star Game starters were announced yesterday and to be honest, I was underwhelmed by the results. Here are the selections: East Starters: Center: Dwight Howard, Orlando Magic Power ...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 201 reads 2 comments

  23. Asessing The Toronto Raptors Trade Options: Trading Bosh Not The Answer

    Recently there has been a lot of talk about a mega deal for Toronto Raptors star Chris Bosh, who I consider the biggest prize of the 2010 Free Agent Class and the guy who has the ball in his court in terms of controlling what happens in July...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 1,581 reads 0 comments

  24. The World Junior Hockey Championships: The Holidays' Best Sports Event

    This holiday season, many North American sports fans feast on the traditional holiday sports buffet items such as bowl games, and the NBA's Christmas Day games...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 764 reads 3 comments

  25. Sorry, ESPN, White American Players Are Not Vital To the NBA's Success

    Recently ESPN's "Outside The Lines" produced a report about the lack of white American players in the NBA and it hinted that white Americans are important to the NBA's success in some ways...

    Chase Ruttig Written by Chase Ruttig about over 4 years ago 1,835 reads 48 comments