Wed. Feb 20th, 2019

Predictions for the OHSAA basketball state tournament Divisions I-IV

In this article I’m going to be giving an extensive breakdown of the playoffs for the 2019 season for OHSAA Boys basketball. I will have predictions for every division but I will have more in depth coverage on division I and Northeast Ohio because that’s the area I’ve seen the most this season. Any upset will simply be a lower seeded team beating a higher seeded team. Also, if you think I slept on a team let me know, there are so many teams I haven’t seen this season that I know are awesome, please tell me if your school falls under that category. Hope you enjoy and remember these are just my predictions, anything can happen and I cannot wait to watch these state playoffs as it will hopefully be insane as always. Continue Reading!

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NHL Talk: The Panarin and Bobrovsky Dilemma in Columbus

The date was June 23rd, 2017. It was the first day of the 2017 NHL Entry Draft in Chicago, often a day that marks the beginning of teams making moves in preparation for the next season. And that morning, the ball really started rolling with a blockbuster trade: Chicago reacquired Brandon Saad, a key component in their 2013 and 2015 Stanley Cup winning teams, from Columbus in exchange for Artemi Panarin, the 2016 Calder winner for rookie of the year. Continue Reading!

The Playoff Chase in the Wild Western Conference: Calgary, San Jose, and Winnipeg Run the Top

As we get closer and closer to April, the race to make the Stanley Cup Playoffs is really starting to heat up, especially in the Western Conference. With many teams in the conference having struggled at certain points during the year, the cut-off line to make the playoffs is much lower than it has normally been. As a result, every team (even the now-last place Ducks) still has a realistic chance to make the playoffs. Let’s take a quick look at the playoff picture as it stands now. Continue Reading!