Most NHL teams have played 41 games this season and as the season continues, the playoff picture continues to become more clear. Like every season, there have been both pleasant and shocking surprises in the standings, but scoring has been higher while save percentages have generally been down this season. I will look at some … Continue reading NHL: Halfway Through the 2018-19 Season
On Wednesday, the NHL announced the rosters for the 2019 All-Star Game in San Jose. While many players who were named to their teams were expected to be All-Stars, there were also a few snubs who were not given the opportunity. Washington Capitals left winger Alex Ovechkin opted to skip the All-Star Game for more … Continue reading Assessing the 2019 NHL All-Stars
Nicholas Castellanos will be heading into his sixth full Major League season in 2019 and has become one of the Detroit Tigers best hitters over the last three seasons. As the Tigers rebuild, however, the front office has said they are "determined to move on," according to Anthony Fenech of the Detroit Free Press. Heading … Continue reading What Should the Tigers Do with Nicholas Castellanos?
Like every year, the Detroit Tigers were fairly quiet at the 2018 Winter Meetings. Their most notable moves thus far during the offseason consist of signing Matt Moore and Tyson Ross to fill out their starting rotation. They also signed Jordy Mercer to play shortstop next season which appears to signal the end of Jose … Continue reading Tigers Missed on Hamilton, Going to Miss on Tulowitzki
Just recently a co-worker (shout out to James) sent me a photo with hockey jersey designs for all 30 MLB teams. Being the logo aficionado that I am, I was couldn't get enough of seeing what the designs were like and if they actually matched each teams' personality. Like all logos, there are some good … Continue reading The Best and Worst of MLB’s NHL Jerseys
As we all have come to know, every action has a reaction, but what we sometimes fail to realize is that those reactions are different from person to person. We struggle to see things from a different perspective, and that's when we don't agree with someone's reaction to a situation. I recently broke up with … Continue reading Reaction, Opportunity and Direction
If you play in the NHL, chances are that you've got pretty good hands. It's not easy to stickhandle with the puck, have a soft touch or keep control of the puck while blistering down the ice at full speed. However, there are a few players that put themselves above the rest just based on … Continue reading Who Has the Best Hands in the NHL?
Over the past few days and continuing into next week, EA Sports will be releasing the top 50 ratings for players in NHL 19. Many gamers in the NHL community have high expectations for NHL 19, especially after the beta was open to the public from July 26 to Aug. 2. I will go through … Continue reading Opinion: NHL 19 Player Ratings
At the NHL awards on June 20, Electronic Arts (EA) and the NHL announced the cover athlete for NHL 19, which is Nashville Predators defenseman P.K. Subban. Along with the cover, EA released the first official trailer for the next installment of the NHL franchise. I thought the NHL franchise took a huge step forward … Continue reading NHL 19: From the Pond to the Pros
Casey Mize has been a tiger his entire life. Mize prepped at Springville High School (Alabama) where he was a purple and yellow tiger. He then began pitching at Auburn University but had to change his colors to orange and blue. Now, after being selected by the Detroit Tigers number one overall in the 2018 … Continue reading Casey Mize: A Lifelong Tiger