It was a busy day on the trade front in the NHL today with the host of the draft, the Chicago Blackhawks, making the most noise. Before teams even headed to the United Center to draft the future of the league, the Hawks pulled off two big trades sending Nicklas Hjalmarsson
Cody Glass is expecting to hear his name called early today at the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. It’s obviously a nerve wracking and stressful experience. Unfortunately, his trip to Chicago has already been a whirlwind. Coming from his hometown, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Glass was late to the media availability on Thursday afternoon
The NBA draft this 2017 version seems more frenetic than ever. Prospects are dissected, analyzed, and compared to heroes of yesteryear. There is the pre-draft camp, the endless talk show hustle as well as fantasy drafts. Preceded by hype, hope and hoopla, the NBA Draft finally will finally arrive with
Here is the most recent Off The Post, where Russ, Anthony and Mike talk about some of the more interesting prospects in the 2017 NHL Draft: https://audioboom.com/posts/6026151-off-the-post-expansion-draft-and-nhl-draft-edition Here is an interview Russ had on Stellick and Simmer: https://audioboom.com/posts/6023331-russ-cohen-on-stellick-and-simmer-talking-nhldraft-drouin-sergachev-nhlcombineresults Hockey Prospect Radio NHL Combine Show with Shane Malloy and Russ Cohen: http://www.tsn.ca/radio/vancouver-1040-i-1410/schedule/hockey-prospect-radio-1.566301 Vaakanainen photo by Sportsology
NHL 18 released a teaser featuring one of the young gunners that’s keeping the league fresh, as well as a fast and fun sneak-peek at what’s to come in the next iteration of EA SPORTS NHL. Watch it here: https://www.easports.com/nhl Full reveal to come at the 2017 NHL Awards.
Sterling, VA - Pinkman Baseball Academy had several unique links to Monday’s Major League Draft. First, The Houston Astros selected J.B. Bukauskas, a junior from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in the 15th position of the 1st round. Certainly that calls for celebration for both player, family and
There's nothing more frustrating for pitchers than an expected out that goes awry. Squandered grounders, dropped fly balls, and wild throwing errors have been the bane of pitchers since Cy Young threw 400-plus innings a season. Instead of a one-two-three inning, the battery must now deal with a baserunner, increasing