NBC has announced their coverage schedule for the 17/18 NHL season, which means Rivalry Night is back. The often mocked marketing tool features a match-up of two “rivals” every Wednesday night throughout the NHL season. Here is the schedule and a grade for each game.
What trade deadline is the best? Which one has the best combination of gossip, actual trades, people losing their minds over it, and teams on both sides of the deals actually improving?
Adrian Beltre joined the elite 3,000 hits club today when he hit a double to left field in the bottom of the 4th inning. Play was suspended as his teammates and family rushed the field and several celebratory banners were displayed at Globe Life Park. This hit represents a momentous milestone in Adrian Beltre’s career…
That’s who we’re here to talk about today. The Hamilton Tiger-Cats, who come in at 0-5, and are dead-last not just in the standings but in pretty much every major category you can think of.
There was a trade this week! And it is the shadiest, most lopsided trade you’ve ever seen, short of turning off the computer intelligence on old NHL games on the SEGA.
Usually there is nothing on 90 percent of the channels, but when in doubt, we will flip to Buzzr TV, an over-the-air game show network, that is exactly like the actual Game Show Network, except with worse shows, and no budget to make its own in-house game shows to fill time.
When the people who run the actual games on the field are a bunch of 60-year-old fatasses who act like they’d rather be anywhere else, and like they aren’t being paid thousands of dollars to officiate a game, then nothing is going to change.