After a hit-or-miss try last year, we try our best to predict what sports fans will be saying by the end of 2022.
While it’s easy to focus on the numbers, it’s nice to know that people continue to turn to this site to read about their favorite sports.
To memorialize 2021, it’s time to count down the six biggest sports moments of the year.
The NFL announced “preventative measures” that each team must follow amid a drastic increase in COVID-19 cases.
Just in case you thought we were out of the woods, COVID-19 made sure to remind everyone just how quickly things can turn sour.
It’s not a matter of if the WNBA will expand soon, but rather when it’ll happen.
Plenty of franchises have gone through multiple decades without a championship to their name, and their fans feel they have suffered long enough.
Amid a sensitive time in New York’s sports history, it’s time to take a look at the state of each franchise.
It’s rare for the stars to perfectly align when it comes to the “Big Four” sports leagues, and the occasion is so infrequent that it has its own name.
More than a decade and a half later, hockey is back on ESPN.
Hockey fans will get to see what the developers at EA Sports have to offer with the release of NHL 22.
Major League Baseball struck gold when it took over the “Field of Dreams” in Iowa. Should the league make it an annual event?
After months of Stanley Cup Playoffs action, the field has finally been trimmed down to just two teams: the Montreal Canadiens and the reigning Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning.
As we await answers to all sorts of postseason questions, here’s all of the key info you need to know for the 2021 Stanley Cup Semifinals.
As chaotic and entertaining as the first round was, the second round of the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs is sure to provide sheer insanity.
With a unique format as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, could 2021 be the year that changes everything for Canadian NHL teams?