To conclude this series, we will be looking at the Stanley Cup Playoffs. East: Philadelphia vs. Columbus The Blue Jackets have never won a playoff series in their history. They unfortunately continue that burden here. They’ll give it a good fight, but the Flyers should take this series. Philadelphia in 6 games Pittsburgh vs. Washington … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Playoffs
Look, I’ll be the first to admit that the past two weeks as a Patriots fan hasn’t been enjoyable. These have been some suffocating losses, where it feels like the offense just couldn’t get anything going, and the defense couldn’t get the big plays they needed. It doesn’t help that their offseason was just awful, … Continue reading Not Great…
In part 4 of my NHL Predictions series, we will be looking at the Pacific Division. San Jose: 113 points Wow this roster is good. Like... really good. They made a splash just last week by acquiring Erik Karlsson from Ottawa, and with that addition, this team went from elite to overpowered. He should pair … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Pacific Division
If you pay attention to NBA rumors you know that Jimmy Butler wants out of Minnesota. That wasn’t really news to anyone, really since the end of the season we’ve all known that Jimmy has been super disgruntled and not at all happy with his situation. However, today Butler met with head coach Tom Thibodeau … Continue reading The Team to Beat in LA Next Year is… the Clippers?
Most know me as the whacky and passionate Mets fan. Always watching the game on my laptop or TV whenever I can, tweeting my frustrations and RARE joy about the franchise, and shouting “Let’s go Mets” at every and any person I see wearing the orange and blue. But it wasn’t always that way. Up … Continue reading Thank You, Captain.
In part 3 of my predictions for the 2018-19 NHL season, we will be looking at the Central Division. Nashville: 111 points The Nashville Predators have one of the top 5 rosters in hockey right now. From top to bottom, this Predators team is loaded. Forsberg, Arvidson, Subban, Johansen, Josi, Smith, Fiala, Turris, Ekholm, Ellis, … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Central Division
Today in part two of my NHL Predictions we will be previewing the Atlantic Division. Tampa Bay: 113 points This Tampa team is loaded with the likes of Stamkos, Kucherov, and Point on offense, Hedman and McDonagh on defense, and Vasilevsky in net. They a ton of depth as well with J.T Miller, Mikhail Sergachev, … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Atlantic Division
Over the next six weeks, I will be revealing my predictions for this upcoming NHL season. We will start in the Metropolitan Division. The Metro is the deepest division in hockey, with three Stanley Cup contenders. While the Atlantic Division has three Cup contenders as well, the other four teams in the division are not … Continue reading 2018 NHL Predictions: Metropolitan Division
Dear John, Why did you have to do it like that? Why did you have to crush the spirit and morale of Islanders fans everywhere with a low blow? In your letter that was published in the Players Tribune, you addressed the fanbase as “the Islanders Faithful”. That’s quite ironic, considering that you are … Continue reading An Open Letter to John Tavares
The purpose of the MLB All-Star weekend is to showcase and celebrate the game’s best while having some fun in the process. The league and its fans have seemed to lose sight of the former. Earlier this afternoon Dodgers and NL all-star manager Dave Roberts announced that Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer would make the start … Continue reading MLB All-Star weekend has turned into an undeserved Nats parade