1. Team U.S.A. Has a Shot, Jonas Hiller Plays a Part

    Where were you when Swiss goalie Jonas Hiller changed the landscape of the 2010 Olympic hockey tournament? It’s a serious question. Three days after the U.S...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about over 4 years ago 206 reads 0 comments

  2. Matthew Stafford Is the Detroit Lions' Only Hope To Change Culture

    Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz is faced with more than just building a team. He has been dealt the job of changing a culture.It is a culture of losing that has been hovering around Detroit Lions football since the glory days of the 1950s...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about 5 years ago 316 reads 0 comments

  3. Pending Arbitration, Jiri Hudler May Be Detroit Red Wings' Biggest Loss

    Ladies and gentlemen, it’s official. Jiri Hudler is a walking, talking human being. He has a pulse. He eats and sleeps as well. Detroit’s slick-shooting winger signed a two-year pact with Moscow Dynamo of the KHL last week...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about 5 years ago 265 reads 3 comments

  4. Hossa Not a Villian; Red Wings Still Edge Blackhawks

    Marian Hossa, the magician, pulls another disappearing act as he banishes to another rival. Or is that a reference to his 2009 playoff performance as a Detroit Red Wing? Regardless of what it is, it’s apparent that Mr...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about 5 years ago 57 reads 9 comments

  5. Michael Curry Taking Joe Dumars' Heat

    A championship can buy anyone in professional sports some job security, and Joe Dumars is living in that safe haven as we speak.Architect of the 2004 NBA Champion Detroit Pistons, Dumars masterfully crafted his team...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about 5 years ago 118 reads 0 comments

  6. Central Michigan's Dan LeFevour Faces National Media Hype

    Throw away the past three years. Sure, it got him to where he is now, but this year will linger with Dan LeFevour.CMU's quarterback has created quite the legacy during his stay in Mount Pleasant, Mich...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about 5 years ago 257 reads 0 comments

  7. Stallworth's Character A Major Factor In Lenient Sentence

    He killed a man and it's hard to get around that fact.Driving home after a night of drinking, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth struck Mario Reyes, a 59-year-old construction worker ...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about over 5 years ago 218 reads 4 comments

  8. Hit on Martin Havlat a Hockey Hit Or Cheap Shot?

    The eyes of Chicago Blackhawks' forward Martin Havlat were glazed over and distant.Havlat, tied for the team lead in points, was the latest victim of a vicious hit, compliments of Red Wings' defenseman Niklas Kronwall...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about over 5 years ago 1,109 reads 13 comments

  9. Alexander Ovechkin Shines Against "Norris" Nick Lidstrom

    Even after winning the MVP award last year, I never considered Alexander Ovechkin the best player in the game. That nod went to Red Wings defenseman Nick Lidstrom...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about over 5 years ago 417 reads 4 comments

  10. Tomas Holmstrom on the Wrong End of a Disallowed Goal—Again

    You've got to be kidding me. For the fourth time in the span of a year, Detroit Red Wings forward Tomas Holmstrom has been responsible for a disallowed goal due to goaltender interference...

    Andrew Stover Written by Andrew Stover about over 5 years ago 372 reads 4 comments