Olympic Overflow on a Super Sunday

1. Canada Wins Olympic Hockey Gold It was a double shot of gold for the Canadian Puckheads, and me, in Sochi. Both teams had their biggest challenges against the USA and I have developed some new respect, and maybe some sympathy, for my neighbours to the south. Thursday’s women’s gold medal game looked like it was over as the US lead 2-0 with less than five minutes left. We got one goal and the commentator thought they would do their...

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Roger v/s Rafa: The GOAT Debate
Jan26

Roger v/s Rafa: The GOAT Debate

On Sunday, Switzerland’s Stan Wawrinka humbled Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open final, two days after Rafa had meted out similar treatment in the semi-final to Stan’s fellow countryman, Roger Federer. A win for Rafa would have given him 14 Grand Slams, only three behind Federer, which would have left the whole GOAT debate even more unsettled. GOAT? That’s Greatest Of All Time –  an acronym that has been used...

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HBO Hard Knocks: Chicago Bears
Jan24

HBO Hard Knocks: Chicago Bears

A recent rule change in the NFL has put the Chicago Bears on a list of one of 8 teams that could be forced to participate on the HBO reality show: Hard Knocks. Jay Cutler is one of the most polarizing figures in the NFL today and of the teams involved, I do believe that this Bears team would be fun to see on a weekly basis.  However, I’m not writing to talk just about them, but to discuss the current team and imagining the 85...

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Boxing 1/25/2013
Jan22

Boxing 1/25/2013

On Saturday, January 25th, several world champions will be putting their titles on the line in hopes of elevating their status and overall ranking in their respective weight divisions.  Many of these contenders are up and coming fighters in the sport, each of whom not only wants to become a megastar, but is expected to.  It should be a very interesting night full of knockouts and beautiful boxing performances.   The first card,...

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