1. 10 Most Painful Losses in Seattle Seahawks History

    Just like there have been 10 high points in Seattle Seahawks history , there have also been 10 low points in the Pacific Northwest since the Seahawks joined the NFL in 1976...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 5 days ago 1,994 reads 5 comments

  2. 10 Signature Victories in Seattle Seahawks History

    Though they've been in the league less than 40 years, the Seattle Seahawks have made numerous NFL memories while hovering around the career .500 mark...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 6 days ago 1,858 reads 4 comments

  3. Do the Seattle Seahawks Need to Dip into Wide Receiver Free-Agent Market?

    Less than a month after a one-yard pass didn't go their way in Super Bowl XLIX, the Seattle Seahawks are looking to return to the NFL 's big game for an unprecedented third consecutive season...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 8 days ago 1,683 reads 8 comments

  4. Classic Throwback Uniforms for Each Current NHL Club

    Here's a non-slideshow look at a traditional or throwback uniform for each current NHL franchise. Some of them haven't changed all that much in all the years the Stanley Cup has been awarded to the league playoff champion, except for colors...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 12 days ago 3,983 reads 2 comments

  5. Classic Helmet Designs for Each NFL Team

    It's only a few days until pitchers and catchers report to spring training, but almost five months until NFL training camp...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 14 days ago 1,211 reads 0 comments

  6. Time Has Come for Seahawks to Part Ways with Darrell Bevell

    Dear Mr. Allen, Congratulations on that second straight NFC Championship by your Seahawks last month. Not bad, considering Seattle had previously only won a conference crown once before in its 38 years of NFL existence...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 15 days ago 2,644 reads 10 comments

  7. Seahawks Come Up 3 Feet Short After Atrocious Play Call

    Three damn feet. That's all it would have taken for the Seattle Seahawks to punch the ball over the goal line at University of Phoenix Stadium on Sunday and claim their second consecutive Super Bowl championship...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 30 days ago 1,250 reads 2 comments

  8. Arizona State Sun Devils Moving to NCAA Division I Hockey in 2015-16

    Arizona State University is apparently skating up to the big time. According to a report at Fox Sports Arizona , the Sun Devils will be the latest school to join the NCAA Division ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 3 months ago 386 reads 0 comments

  9. Seahawks: Did They Abandon the Running Game Too Soon Against the Cowboys?

    The Seattle Seahawks had lost just one of their past 20 home games prior to Sunday's matchup at CenturyLink Field against the Dallas Cowboys . Make that two of 21, following Dallas' 30-23 victory on Oct...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 5 months ago 862 reads 4 comments

  10. New York Rangers Bring Plethora of Former College Players to Stanley Cup Final

    Someone who once plied his trade in the NCAA will get his name on the Stanley Cup when the NHL 's championship series between the Los Angeles Kings and New York Rangers gets sorted out over the next two weeks...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 9 months ago 493 reads 0 comments

  11. Brodeur Staying or Going for Devils This Time Around?

    Is he staying or going? The rumor mill has been running rampant all day concerning the next possible destination of longtime New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur, who has been the ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 12 months ago 861 reads 3 comments

  12. New Jersey Devils Fall to San Jose Sharks, 4-2, to Snap Two-Game Winning Streak

    Former Boston University forward Matt Nieto scored the game-winner in the third period as the San Jose Sharks tallied three unanswered goals to top the New Jersey Devils , 4-2, ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 372 reads 0 comments

  13. Close, but Short Again for U.S. Women's Olympic Hockey

    The United States was less than four minutes away from its first gold medal in Olympic women's ice hockey since the sport was formally inaugurated in 1998 in Nagano , Japan...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 506 reads 0 comments

  14. Seattle Seahawks' Super Bowl XLVIII Win Was Worth the Wait

    Thirty-seven years later, I can say it was all worth it. It was 1977, and at eight years old I was searching for a new NFL team...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 1,439 reads 1 comments

  15. Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos to Rekindle Old AFC West Rivalry in Super Bowl

    Sunday evening at MetLife Stadium will mark a renewal of sorts. It will be the 54 th meeting of all time between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos , who used to ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 8,070 reads 2 comments

  16. NJ Devils Need to Keep Pace in Playoff Push After Stadium Series Setback

    Hockey game. Baseball stadium. Football score. After Sunday's 7-3 outdoor loss to the New York Rangers at Yankee Stadium, the New Jersey Devils will have to get back on track quickly...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 849 reads 6 comments

  17. Gaudreau Paces Boston College in 4-3 Frozen Fenway Win

    Leave it to the little man—again. Junior forward Johnny Gaudreau scored two goals on Saturday night, including the game-winner in the third period, as sixth-ranked Boston College edged No...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 321 reads 0 comments

  18. Connor Cook Came Through for Spartans in Rose Bowl When It Mattered Most

    When Michigan State sophomore quarterback Connor Cook tossed an ill-advised second-quarter pass that was returned 40 yards for a touchdown by Stanford linebacker Kevin Anderson, it ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 1,024 reads 3 comments

  19. Jagr Definitely Oldie but Goodie for New Jersey

    Jaromir Jagr sure isn ’t bad for a 41-year-old. Never mind the fact that he also leads the New Jersey Devils in scoring. Without No. 68, there's definitely no way they'd be just a point out of a possible playoff position...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 1,297 reads 1 comments

  20. Michigan State Tops Ohio State, Heads to First Rose Bowl in Quarter-Century

    Wow. Just wow. The pundit(s) picked Ohio State to continue its undefeated run since the start of last year and possibly get into the BCS National Championship Game—but apparently somebody forgot to tell 11-1 Michigan State...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 1,924 reads 5 comments

  21. New Jersey Devils Snap 3-Game Losing Streak by Winning 3rd Straight vs. Rangers

    Whatever has ailed the New Jersey Devils in this up-and-down season, the best tonic to date seems to be playing the New York Rangers ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 886 reads 6 comments

  22. Devils Can't Protect Lead in Shootout Loss to Habs

    At least they got a point out of it—but then, you could say that about a lot of their games so far this fall...

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  23. Reid Boucher to Make NHL Debut Tonight for New Jersey Devils

    Reid Boucher , who made his mark scoring goals at the major junior level, will make his NHL debut tonight when the New Jersey Devils host the Montreal Canadiens at the Prudential Center...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about 1 year ago 1,381 reads 1 comments

  24. Cory Schneider on a Roll After Back-to-Back Wins in Devils' Net

    New Jersey Devils goaltender Cory Schneider looks like he’s finally off the skids. The former Boston College All-America netminder has won three consecutive games following ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about over 1 year ago 766 reads 2 comments

  25. After Being Benched, Devils' Damien Brunner Back in Lineup Friday Night

    New Jersey Devils forward Damien Brunner wasn’t exactly a happy camper this Thanksgiving. The Swiss import stated that he was not pleased to have been a healthy scratch ...

    Roman Uschak Written by Roman Uschak about over 1 year ago 780 reads 0 comments