1. Joe Thornton Hit on David Perron: This Year's Dirtiest Hit?

    On November 4, 2010, the St. Louis Blues hosted the San Jose Sharks in a contest at Scottrade Center. It was the first meeting between the two Western Conference teams and it turned out to be a very crucial game for one of the teams...

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  2. St. Louis Blues, Western Conference Team Can Surprise Everyone

    There is no doubt that the Western Conference reigns supreme over the Eastern Conference in the NHL. The Western Conference has better teams, tighter divisions, and greater playoff races...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 584 reads 3 comments

  3. MLB's Short and Sweet: Troy Tulowitzki and the Top 10 Shortstops in the Game

    In 2010, Troy Tulowitzki put up monster numbers for a shortstop. He showed tremendous power and led shortstops around the league in the majority of statistical categories. Last season, Tulowitzki was not the only shortstop who had a very successful year..

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 115 reads 11 comments

  4. New Orleans Hornets: Comparing Their Starting Lineup To Those of NBA Contenders

    The New Orleans Hornets are 33-25 and sitting in sixth place in the tough Western Conference. Let's see how the starting lineup of New Orleans, led by superstar point guard Chris Paul, ranks among starting lineups of some of the best teams in the NBA...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 897 reads 8 comments

  5. NHL Trade Deadline: The 10 Best Modern-Era Trades on Deadline Day

    As each day passes, we are getting closer and closer to the NHL Trade Deadline on February 28. Teams across the league are becoming buyers and sellers based on where they are in the standings...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 1,212 reads 4 comments

  6. Chicago Cubs 3B Aramis Ramirez Is the Key To 2011 Success

    After two consecutive seasons of disappointment, the 2011 Chicago Cubs have a different look going into Opening Day. Derrek Lee is no longer starting at first base; his position now belongs to Carlos Pena...

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  7. Chicago Cubs: 5 Questions Cubs Fans Want Answers to during Spring Training

    One of the best things about baseball is that it returns every spring. Each team has high hopes when they get to their spring training camp and believe that it may finally be their team's year...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 895 reads 3 comments

  8. Chicago Cubs: Projecting the Best 2011 Chicago Cubs Starting Lineup

    With MLB spring training under way and the North Siders heading south to Mesa, Arizona, it is the perfect time to start thinking about who is going to be in the starting lineup against the Pittsburgh Pirates on April 1st...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 1,818 reads 4 comments

  9. NHL: Minnesota Wild Bite St. Louis Blues for the Second Night in a Row

    Before the home-and-home series between the St. Louis Blues and the Minnesota Wild started, the Blues were six points out of a playoff spot with at least four games in hand. Friday night, St...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 261 reads 3 comments

  10. Men's College Basketball: Why It Is So Hard for Some Top 25 Teams To Win on Road

    When college basketball teams play at their home court, they feel comfortable. They feel at ease. They feel that they have a special advantage in each and every game. The top teams in the nation play in front of packed houses each game...

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  11. Big 12 Basketball's Fresh Meat: The Top 5 Freshmen in the Conference

    Top high school recruits commit to colleges in hopes of producing and making an impact right when they get on the scene at their new school. Playing as a freshman in one of the toughest conferences in the nation is a difficult challenge...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 953 reads 2 comments

  12. New Orleans Hornets' Next Nest: Top 5 Future Destinations for the Franchise

    The Hornets may need to find a new nest. Due to low attendance, the New Orleans Hornets have the possibility of a future relocation to a different city. The Hornets are not bringing in enough fans, so the NBA may move them to a city who claims they will..

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 2,078 reads 8 comments

  13. NHL Trade Rumors: Every Team's Need for a Strong Second Half

    All-Star weekend has passed and the second half of the season is in full force. Aside from the Islanders, Senators, Devils, and Oilers, every team is either sitting pretty with a playoff spot or in the hunt for grabbing playoff spots...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 4,671 reads 15 comments

  14. NHL's Best: Each NHL Team's Fastest Skater

    In last weekend's All-Star festivities, we all were treated by having the opportunity to watch the NHL Skills Competition...

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  15. The Not So Elite 8: The 8 Most Disappointing Teams So Far in College Basketball

    In every college basketball season in the history of the game, there are teams that are huge disappointments. Every year, there are teams that absolutely collapse and do not exceed their expectations...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 978 reads 7 comments

  16. Home-Field Advantage: When Some Team Will Finally Win a Super Bowl in Their City

    The first Super Bowl was played on Jan. 15, 1967. That game was played in Los Angeles, California. A team from Green Bay and another from Kansas City traveled to the City of Angels to play in historic Memorial Coliseum...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 8,697 reads 4 comments

  17. Shut the Door: The Top 10 Closers in Major League Baseball

    It's almost time for pitchers and catchers to report to their spring training cites. This means the men who each team count on to secure a win will be reporting...

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  18. Sidney Crosby: The Kid Reigns Supreme Over Alex Ovechkin

    The Great Debate is over. For years, analysts and fans have argued this heated topic. Who is the best hockey player in not only the league, but also the world? Sidney Crosby ...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 1,702 reads 72 comments

  19. Nabokov "Waives" off the Islanders: The Sad Tale of Evgeni Nabokov

    The return of former San Jose Sharks goaltender Evgeni Nabokov has taken a turn for the worse. The comeback story that one time held a feel good effect has now lost its spark at the hands of the New York Islanders ...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 1,803 reads 64 comments

  20. Big 12 Basketball: The Top 5 Teams in the Conference

    The Big 12 Conference is full of excitement, surprises, upsets, and some of the best basketball fans in the nation...

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  21. St. Louis Blues: How Jaroslav Halak and Co. Will Make the Playoffs

    The St. Louis Blues currently hold the third longest streak in the National Hockey League for consecutive postseason appearances with 25, a streak that saw the Blues punch their tickets annually from 1979 through 2004...

    Charlie  Weinman Written by Charlie Weinman about over 3 years ago 590 reads 4 comments