In the despair that is currently the wasteland of the sports world in the age of coronavirus, Wednesday graced us with the long awaited premier of the 35th season of MTV’s reality show meets kind of actual sport(?), The Challenge.
The delay was a bit longer than what we are used to; usually we get a trailer, releasing the theme and cast, around mid-February. That wasn’t until March 18 this time around, for an April Fool’s release date.
But, it’s here, and just in time, as the desire for competition has never been greater.
With all of that out of the way, lets get into the premier of The Challenge: Total Madness.
Continue reading “SPROTS UPDATE: The Challenge Total Madness: It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Game”
In an offseason full of questions surrounding baseball, we have only one question. Continue reading What the hell, baseball?
Our reviews are in, and: The first week of the new XFL was OK! Not amazing, not a boring disaster like the AAF, but OK! And that’s perfectly fine! Continue reading The first week of the new XFL was OK!
In football terms, the AAF threw a hail mary on first and 10 from the 25 on the first play from scrimmage. It might not survive to see the end of the game. Continue reading The Alliance put it all on black, but the ball might land on red
Hi everyone, it’s been awhile since I’ve posted here but I got a few new responsibilities at work and it’s been tough to sit down and write something but yesterday’s hockey news got me so fired up that I just had to post about it. On Thursday, the Carolina Hurricanes unveiled their ‘Heritage’ uniforms for the upcoming 2018/19 hockey season. The uniforms are that of … Continue reading If The Hurricanes Want To Use Whalers Gear They Should Play A Game In Hartford
Conference Finals Retrospectives Western Conference Vegas Golden Knights 4-1 Winnipeg Jets Whatever. I don’t get these playoffs. I don’t get this team. It’s a good top line and one of the best post-seasons I’ve ever seen a goalie play. And they almost looked bored dispatching one of the best teams in the league. Eastern Conference Washington Capitals 4-3 Tampa Bay Lightning What a series. Tampa … Continue reading NHL Playoffs: Conference Finals Retrospectives and Stanley Cup Final Preview
What’s more American than a nice refreshing Coca-Cola?
How about a giant Coke display in your local Walmart with a troop saluting the American and Texas flags that hand above it? And how about putting two more American flags on the side with fans behind them to make it look like they are flapping in the breeze? Continue reading This Coke display is the most patriotic thing you’ll see all day and definitely supports the troops
olks, if there’s one thing we love here at HST, it is obscure leagues seemingly popping up out of nowhere, and yesterday we were alerted to the HOTTEST news in roller hockey: That the Detroit-based National Roller Hockey League is set to hit the…concrete? Sport court? Whatever, in 2019! Continue reading Say hello to the National Roller Hockey League!
More than nine months since announcing the United Hockey League would return, we’ve heard ZERO from those behind the league. What in the world is happening with the UHL revival? Continue reading What in the world is happening with the UHL revival?
What’s to come for the future of the Dashers? Find out from their newly-appointed General Manager Diane Short. Continue reading State of the Federal (Address): The First Lady of Federal Hockey