Today is the big day. That’s right, the NHL season begins later today with the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Tampa Bay Lightning, taking on the second-best team in Pennsylvania and then the league’s two newest franchises facing-off. Before the action takes place, I felt it would be appropriate to have one of the more difficult conversations in... Continue Reading →
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Photo via: NPR A quick rundown of this past week in sports, entertainment, and law Hey everyone, I’m taking over for Jeremy for this week’s Rodeo Rundown. Go easy on me, it’s my first time writing this column, so I’m a bit out of my comfort zone. With that being said, I am grateful for... Continue Reading →
Photo via: CBS Philly With the Flyers NHL season just 31 short days away, the NHL has sent out its 2021-22 COVID-19 protocols to every team via an internal memo. I wanted to preface this by saying that I know we’re all getting sick of reading about COVID, so just get the vaccine, please! Even the NHLPA... Continue Reading →
On July 14, 2021, Nike is set to release one of its more controversial shoes—the Nike Air Force 1 Experimental “Postal Ghost.” Photo via: Sneaker Bar Detroit Nike has always been known to push the envelope with its unique sneaker and clothing designs. (Sorry for the bad pun.) As part of its “Experimental Pack,” Nike... Continue Reading →
Photo via: The Guardian Today was an eventful day, as the Super League has suspended its operations (for now) and the sporting world reacts to the conclusion of the Derek Chauvin trial. Goodbye Super League. That was Quick. A lot has changed over the last twenty-four hours with regard to the European Super League (ESL).... Continue Reading →
Photo via: CBS Sports Twelve of the richest football clubs in Europe have banned together to create their own Super League The past thirty-six hours have been a whirlwind for soccer (or if you prefer, football) fans across the globe. Twelve of the biggest European clubs announced on Sunday that they are coming together to... Continue Reading →