He's one of the most renowned Olympic athletes in North America as of 2016, and if youve paid any attention to the United States performance at Rio this past year, you probably know quite a bit about him already! Michael ... Continue reading
The official conclusion to the 2016 Summer Olympics (or, as it is more widely and popularly known, Rio 2016) has recently arrived, and participating nations are headed home with proud competitors, many of whom are celebrating proud victory at this ... Continue reading
We all know workout attire when we see it! There does not seem to be any specific system to it; that is, no system aside from whatever makes movement and exertion more manageable during a respective athletic activity. But how ... Continue reading
The Hottest Venue in Equestrian Sport So much is happening at Hickstead from riders of the future making a name for themselves to one of the best show jumping events in the UK. Hickstead is one of the UK's ... Continue reading
How often do you get a sport which is exactly what it says on the tin? The truth is pretty often, given such examples as football, baseball, etc.as well as netball! Netball is a competitive activity with roots dating back ... Continue reading
These days many schools have all kinds of sports teams: football, baseball, softball, soccer, etc. For both boys and girls. Though football is for boys mostly. Playing sports from young age is healthy in different aspects. It's good for physical ... Continue reading
By now, you have likely seen, heard, or even experienced it firsthand; in mere weeks, the mobile free-to-play gaming phenomena known as Pokémon GO has spread across multiple continents, captivating numerous countries and achieving record electronic app downloads. Receiving primarily ... Continue reading
Artificial Grass Used To Make Boys Putting Lawn Artificial grass has many advantages it can even be used to create a putting lawn, as one lucky five-year old discovered! There are many advantages to artificial grass - but did ... Continue reading
The increased frequency of hot, humid days during summertime often drives both competitive and recreational sport enthusiasts closer to water. Various different types of water sport exist, providing diversity in how athletes can continue celebrating their favorite water-bound activities. Some ... Continue reading
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The Yankees went into Houston with a three-game winning streak and more momentum than Aaron Judge's growth plates in eighth grade, but Justin Verlander flipped the script with a dominant Game 6, and Charlie Morton continued dealing on the corners a la Marlo Stanfield in Game 7, propelling the Astros to their first World Series since 2005. [...]
The most important job of an MLB manager (the head coach in any sport, really) is to exude calm and confidence. Handling a bullpen? Incredibly important. Bonding with players? Considering the fragile state of millennials, also vital. But remaining coolheaded when adversity strikes outweighs everything else. As a field general, Dusty Baker was no Patton, [...]
Gordon Hayward's ankle exploded half a quarter into the Celtics opening night loss to the Cavaliers and it looks like he'll miss the entire season. It was a brutal gut punch for a team coming into the season with high hopes, but if and this is a big IF he can be back [...]
Hello Again, whilst researching for a book i am writing i came across this little article in a Winnipeg newspaper from 6/12/1912 it reads: RINK OPENING IN TORONTO DELAYED. An ice making expert W.J. McGee arrived from New York Monday and after a thorough examination declared that the piping at the Arena would all have to be taken up and relaid.
This meant that the ice already formed would have to be thawed out and hot water was forced through the TWELVE MILES of pipe with that end in view. The pipes will have to taken up and relaid properly. This will delay the skating and hockey practices for another week at least.
Above: The Arena. Right: This is the programme from the final game at the Arena Gardens in 1930 Toronto Maple Leafs vs Montreal Maroons.
My love of hockey started many moons ago, I suppose my brother David is to blame, he used to take me to watch football first and Sunderland were our team, after the game we headed back into town to the leisure centre and watch some Ice-hockey. The home team were the Crowtree Chiefs and one of my first games were against the Billingham Bombers it was a local derby and quite a feisty game I remember. Although I seemed to enjoy watching the Chiefs I definitely saw a big difference in quality when we visited our other local team the Durham Wasps (O`Conner, Brebant, Smith`s, Crapper etc....). The best matchups had to be against the Whitley Warriors many a time we went to see a fight and a hockey game broke out. These were memorable times and i loved travelling around the country visiting other rinks. But my love for the game cranked up a gear when Channel 5 started televising live NHL games. I was in total awe of what I was seeing, so began my fascination for this breath taking sport. I had to find out more about all of the different uniforms, logos and nicknames. I have read masses of books and magazines and will not be getting involved in where it began or who started this game. I am interested in the hockey logo and what it represents to the fans that follow it, hence the blog. I wanted to show people the interesting logos and try to find out about other ones that could end up lost through time. Hopefully with my readers help I can gather enough information to fill a book perhaps. I know through my research their are some great works out their already ( SIHR Sweater museum, and logo database). I want to find out about the grass roots of hockey the amateur leagues [...]