On the Sunday/Monday overnight radio show on WFAN, I was disgusted listening to callers tell WFAN’s Marc Malusis that they are not making a big deal about Jose Reyes’ domestic violence episode with his wife.
The thought was Reyes served his time by being suspended for 51 games. Some even said
Buffalo, NY - Here are some scouting notes from the NWHL Free Agent Camp I attended. Needless to say I was impressed with many of these hopefuls.
The video below shows some quick action.
Morgan Scoyne - Played at RIT 2015 - She's a defenseman who can make the long pass. She
DAVE RIGHETTI: THE NO HITTER, JULY 4, 1983.
He has not been a New York Yankee for a long time. Nevertheless, it seems whenever the Fourth of July comes around, some thoughts turn to what Dave Righetti accomplished on that Independence Day in 1983.
A holiday crowd of 41,077 was on
The Yankees had an opportunity to acquire Cole Hamels from the Phillies last year.
All they had to do was give up Luis Severino or either Jorge Mateo, Aaron Judge, Greg Bird or Gary Sanchez. The Yankees decided to take a pass and keep their young prospects rather than make a
This past weekend the NWHL held their first of three Free Agent Camps at the HarborCenter in Buffalo, New York. After perusing the roster I grabbed a hot chocolate and decided to see if they had any players who could possibly play in the league this season.
The players trying out
The NHL Entry draft is in the books, with 211 young men realizing their dreams of being selected in by an NHL team. Yesterday saw a bunch of trades, that saw swapping of picks and players on the move. Day two saw some similar action with the Florida Panther continuing
Trades dominated day one of the 2016 NHL Entry draft, but that wasn’t the first bit of news that caught headlines.
There was tons of rumors and speculation that the Columbus Blue Jackets would be trying to move the 3rd overall pick to get immediate help or gain multiple assets in
Jakob Chychrun is an unwavering two-way defenseman who currently patrols the blue line as the alternate captain for the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Hockey League. The 6’2”, 200lb phenom was born on March 31, 1998 in Boca Raton, Florida, and is ranked fourth among all North American skaters.
Born in Swansea, Illinois, Clayton Keller is coming to the 2016 NHL Entry Draft with hopes of proving the doubters wrong. Measuring in at 5’10”, there are concerns about Keller’s size translating to the NHL, but there is little doubt about his skill. High end speed, hockey sense, puck-distribution and
1) Auston Matthews - 6-2, 210 - C - When he goes in deep with the puck. Nobody stops him when he streaks down the ice and then he can shoot or pass. He’s unselfish. Swats away pucks with great force on defense. He’s generational player. Players stand up on