Nate Oats: A Man on a Mission in March On Sunday, the University at Buffalo Men’s Basketball team was awarded a 6-seed in the NCAA Tournament. The Bulls play on Friday, March 22, at 4pm. For the team tied for the most wins in men's college basketball (31), and ranked #15 in the AP Top 25, a 6-seed seems like a little bit... Continue Reading →

NHL Trade Deadline Day 2019: Will anything big happen this year?

Photo Courtesy: Update: The Buffalo Sabres traded D prospect Brendan Guhle and a 1st round-pick in the 2019 entry-level draft to the Anaheim Ducks for D Brandon Montour. The 24 year-old Montour has 25 points (5g, 20a) in 62 gp in 2019. His contract is a reasonable $3.387 million through next season.  For NHL fans, trade Deadline Day is arguably one of the most exciting days of the year. Typically, there is a lot of noise but nothing all that earth shattering happens. However, there is also a lot of potential for stars to be traded, and... Continue Reading →

Tom Dundon, Owner of the Carolina Hurricanes, Becomes Chairman of the Alliance of American Football: Will there be Cross-Ownership concerns?

Photo courtesy: Tom Dundon was just named the chairman of the Alliance of American Football (AAF), after investing $250 million. In 2018, Dundon also purchased the majority stake in the Carolina Hurricanes of the National Hockey League (NHL). That begs the question, how does an owner commit to multiple professional sports franchises? Also, how... Continue Reading →

Countdown to NCAA Frozen Four Buffalo 2019, (Part 1): What Makes College Hockey So Unique

Photo Cred: The NCAA Frozen Four arrives in Buffalo April 11th. The four teams that win their respective regional tournaments will arrive to play, as well as many of the most prominent hockey figures in hockey (looking at you Barry Melrose). It is an exciting event for Buffalo and for hockey fans generally. For college hockey... Continue Reading →

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