Capitals NHL 

The quest for Lord Stanley’s Cup kicks off tonight

The long grind that is the 82-game regular season schedule is now finished and one of the best playoffs year after year are set to begin tonight. For the first time ever, a Canadian-based team will not be competing for Lord Stanley’s Cup. On the flipside, all three California-based teams qualified for the playoffs. Can the Capitals overcome past playoff... Read More
Sports 

Annual Playoff Busts

Every year you can expect three things – in no specific order – death, taxes and superstar athletes who can’t lead their respective teams to a championship or who always seem to come up short in the postseason. Not every team can win a championship in a given year, as there is only one. With that said, some teams and... Read More
Capitals NHL 

Burakovsky, Holtby give Capitals 3-1 series lead

The Washington Capitals are a step closer to making history under the Alex Ovechkin era, they are just one win away from the Eastern Conference Finals. Their 2-1 victory over the New York Rangers has given them the upper hand in the series, leading 3-1. One of the heroes of this game was rookie Andre Burakovsky, the 20 year old... Read More
MLB NHL 

Celtics, Bruins are perfect examples of sports irony

In high school, my English teachers used to rant that students didn’t understand the element of irony. We were barred from highlighting it in our essays and the adults cringed when they heard us use it incorrectly. After following the 2014-15 Celtics and Bruins seasons, I now clearly understand an ironic turn of events. You almost have to laugh when... Read More
King's Court 

King’s Court

Welcome to another edition of the “King’s Court.” In this post, I will be discussing a variety of different topics from the MLB, NBA, and NHL. If you don’t already, be sure to follow me on Twitter @KingEdward15. 4 Games, 2 Cities Series Interleague play is now a part of everyday life in Major League Baseball with the realignment of... Read More
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