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Musings on NHL Expansion

As my final post in my mini-series on NHL expansion in Las Vegas, I’m going to focus more on financial information.  I don’t think that Las Vegas posts a great potential market for… Continue reading

NHL Regular Season: Everything is Made up and the Points Don’t Matter

We are in the midst of the Conference Quarterfinals in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and there haven’t been any enormous upsets.  Of the four top-seeded teams, two of them – the Ducks and… Continue reading

Making Sense of the (March) Madness

It’s that time of year again, and it seems as though every news website has some headline about the upcoming NCAA basketball tournament.  And if your family is anything like mine, the bracket-making… Continue reading

Speeding Up and Striking Out

There are new rules introduced in the MLB that are going to be put into effect this season.  All of these rules aim to speed up the play of the game and decrease… Continue reading

Post-Trade Day Outlooks

In approximately one hour, the NHL Trade Day will officially be over.  While some teams traded key players away for future draft picks in hopes to rebuild their teams in the coming years,… Continue reading

There’s No Place Like Home

Home field advantage can be defined as the psychological advantage that causes the home team to have a better chance at winning.  It’s an easy concept to buy into- if you’re performing in front… Continue reading