The N.H.L.’s Western Conference stars are shining bright at the Olympics games.Continue reading
By Trevor Savage It looks as though Amar’e Stoudemire isn’t going anywhere. Thursday, Suns owner Robert Sarver announced the All-Star center isn’t likely to be traded before Thursday’s 3 PM trade deadline. Stoudemire has not voiced an opinion either way about being traded, and says he feels relieved he is no longer being shopped around.Continue reading
By Brandon Fox — The 2010 Olympic Games is a showcase of some of the best goaltending the National Hockey League has to offer. The Eastern Conference is well represented in that respect.Continue reading
By Austin Fontanella
In a season where the absence of traditional powerhouses is mixed with multiple upsets one question still remains; who is the best team in college basketball? Over the past couple of weeks four teams have made their case as to why they should hold the number one spot.
By Gregory Burud
Calling it the MLS pre-“season” may be a bit premature, as the regular season is still in doubt since no collective bargaining agreement has yet been reached. While the CBA was supposed to expire at the beginning of the month, the league and its players have agreed to extend the deadline to Feb. 12.
By Markus Garcia
One of the biggest storylines from the NFC North this season was the Chicago Bears acquisition of pro bowl Quarterback Jay Cutler. The Bears traded starting Quarterback Kyle Orton, along with two first-round draft picks and one third round draft pick to the Denver Broncos for Jay Cutler and a fifth round draft pick.
By Brandon Penny
U.S.A’s Seth Wescott has successfully defended his title as Olympic champion. In 2006, he won the gold medal in the Olympic debut of snowboardcross. Monday afternoon, he defied all odds to win his second gold medal.
By Justine Frostad
Red, white…and now gold! Canada has won its first Olympic gold medal on home soil. Freestyle skier Alexandre Bilodeau won the men’s moguls Sunday.
By Ryan Pfleiderer
The Arizona Diamondbacks can breathe a sigh of relief. Former Cy Young Award winner Brandon Webb threw off a mound on last Tuesday for the first time since having shoulder surgery last August.
By Jeffrey Hancock
As the Western Conference heads into the Olympic break, 14 of the 15 teams are still alive in the playoff race. Top teams like San Jose and Chicago have solidified their playoff spots.