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  • The 13 NHL Goals Scored by Goalies

    The 13 NHL Goals Scored by Goalies

    Last week, New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur scored the third goal of his illustrious NHL career. Well, over the weekend, I happened to overhear a couple of gentlemen discussing the issue of goalies scoring goals at a local drinking establishment that I sometimes frequent, and they were all wrong. One said that the last […]

  • Watch a Texas High School Senior Bench Press 700 Pounds (Video)

    Watch a Texas High School Senior Bench Press 700 Pounds (Video)

    If an NFL player had bench-pressed 700-pounds, we’d probably tell you about it—seeing as how Larry Allen‘s 705-pound lift is still considered to be an unofficial NFL record. So it goes without saying that a Texas High School football player bench-pressing 700-pounds is certainly newsworthy. The feat was accomplished by Pilot Point High senior, Matt Poursoltani, […]

  • Epic Brawl Between Parents at Minor Hockey Game in Tweed, Ontario (Video)

    Epic Brawl Between Parents at Minor Hockey Game in Tweed, Ontario (Video)

    Sadly, fights between parents and other spectators at youth sporting events are quite common. Whether it’s because people are overly protective of their kids, or too wrapped up in their lives, or too inclined to bring a 12-pack of beer to kids baseball games, these fights happen. However, no parents fight like hockey parents. Sure, […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 3/25/2013 — John Wall

    Stat Line of the Night — 3/25/2013 — John Wall

    During Saturday’s game against the Golden State Warriors, the Washington Wizards’ John Wall was ejected from the game after picking up his second technical foul following a skirmish with Klay Thompson.  He would play only 24 minutes that game and the Wizards would go on to lose by a score of 101-92, but that sequence […]

  • 50 of the Most Gruesome Sports Injuries of All-Time

    50 of the Most Gruesome Sports Injuries of All-Time

    Nobody likes seeing their favorite player go down with a groin injury or a high ankle sprain. However, while those kinds of injuries can keep players on the disabled list for a long time, at least they usually don’t endanger their careers. Not all sports injuries are so mild. In fact, some are so gruesome […]

  • Streaker Interrupts Ski Jumping World Cup Final (Video)

    Streaker Interrupts Ski Jumping World Cup Final (Video)

    Apparently streakers are getting tired of interrupting baseball games and tennis matches and are now setting their sites on more exotic sporting events. Just a couple of weeks ago, we told you about a brazen fellow who dashed out onto the ice during the intermission at a Calgary Flames game. That was pretty different. And […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 3/24/2013 — Jeff Withey

    Stat Line of the Night — 3/24/2013 — Jeff Withey

    Two of college basketball’s most storied programs squared off at the 2013 NCAA Tournament yesterday, as North Carolina took on Kansas with a spot in the Sweet 16 on the line.  And while it was the Tar Heels who headed into the locker room at halftime with a nine-point lead, in the end it was […]

  • 12 Coaches with a Lot of Money at Stake in the 2012 NCAA Tournament

    12 Coaches with a Lot of Money at Stake in the 2012 NCAA Tournament

    Tens of millions of people around the world are financially invested in the outcomes of NCAA Tournament games. The schools stand to reap major financial windfalls via surging TV revenue, merchandise sales, and ticket sales if their teams do well. Individual players could see their NBA draft stock skyrocket with a couple of clutch performances, which […]

  • This Day In Sports History (March 22nd) – Clint Malarchuk

    This Day In Sports History (March 22nd) – Clint Malarchuk

    It was on this day in 1989 that Buffalo Sabres goaltender Clint Malarchuk suffered a near fatal throat injury.  Malarchuk had his interior carotid artery severed when teammate Uwe Krupp and St. Louis Blues forward Steve Tuttle crashed into him at a high speed. Malarchuk came dangerously close to losing his life that night, but […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 3/21/2013 — Derrick Nix

    Stat Line of the Night — 3/21/2013 — Derrick Nix

    After putting together a 13-5 conference record and finishing in third in the competitive Big Ten, the Michigan State Spartans entered the NCAA Tournament with a #3 ranking and a spot in the Final Four in mind.  But before taking on some of the bigger dogs in the Midwest portion of the bracket, like Louisville […]