Capitals NHL 

The most important game in the Ovechkin era

Do or die. Win or go home. Ovechkin versus Crosby. Capitals versus Penguins. The two best words in all of sports: Game 7. On Wednesday night, the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins will square off in a Game 7 to determine who advances to the Eastern Conference Finals. For the Caps, this is the most important game in the Alexander... Read More
Capitals NFL 

Holtby, Caps limit Flyers to one goal to take 2-0 series lead

Two down, 14 to go. The Washington Capitals, due in large part to net minder Braden Holtby, limited the pesky Philadelphia Flyers to one goal in the first two games of opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs to take a 2-0 series lead. Holtby, who will likely be the Vezina Trophy winner this season as the league’s top goal... Read More
NHL 

Stanley Cup knotted at one heading back to Chicago

For hockey fans, the Stanley Cup couldn’t have gone better, as each team was able to get a victory. The best-of-seven series is now a best-of-five series heading back to Chicago for Games 3 and 4. Game 1 got started with a Tampa Bay goal from Alex Killorn deflection into the net, 4:31 into the contest. The 1-0 lead would... Read More
Capitals NHL 

Ovi Should Have Taken the Marshawn Route

Alex Ovechkin and Marshawn Lynch are almost polar opposites, but Ovi sure could have learned from “Beast Mode” going into the Washington Capitals’ Game 7 against the New York Rangers. The superstar left winger, who is favored to win his fourth Hart Trophy as league MVP next month, guaranteed a win over New York in the series-deciding game. His Caps... Read More
Thoughts of The Day 

Thoughts of the Day 4/13/15

Today’s Thoughts of the Day… Jordan Spieth did more than just dominate the holy grail of golf tournaments this weekend; he became a superstar and role model in the process. The record-breaking performance the 21-year-old had- breaking four records in total and tying one as well- was outstanding, but even more admirable was the way he carried himself. As he... Read More
NHL 

Top Plays of the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs

Another thrilling Stanley Cup Playoffs journey has come and gone. The Kings are the kings once again, winning what was arguably the most competitive five-game Finals series ever. This was another incredible postseason with some spectacular plays. What were the best of the best? Let’s count down the top five. 5. Pavel Datsyuk’s magnificent goal vs Boston. This was complete wizardry from one... Read More
NHL 

NHL’s Year of the Water Bottle: Stop the Nonsense

Gamesmanship is nothing new in the National Hockey League. Players are always finding new ways to ruffle the opponent’s feathers and get a one-up on the competition. However, the latest trend in underhanded deviousness has drawn the attention of everyone, including the Commissioner’s Office. It has to do with water bottles,  it must end before it becomes an even bigger... Read More
My Mind on Sports