The imprint of sports is enormous and deep inside us all. When a sports team or event launches a sustainability effort, it creates a tremendous opportunity to attract the attention of millions upon millions of fans.
Maybe we can't pack up and head to the Grand Canyon, but sheer athletic brilliance can also take your breath away. After all, Marshawn Lynch's playoff run activated Richter scales across Seattle.
It will be interesting to see the impact on local fans if the Kings are able to win the Stanley Cup. It may jumpstart hockey popularity. But don't be disappointed if Southern Californians don't take to the streets en masse to celebrate.
A shower of sports crowd hisses and jeers can sometimes be a good thing. Indeed, it is upon occasion absolutely required of the responsible fan.
This time of year I love to sit back in my most comfortable chair and watch the playoffs. I could watch three games in a row and it wouldn't faze me in the least. Nothing like it. Best sport ever.
Despite a classic 90's-rap-era-East Coast/West Coast battle, neither team would be considered among the NHL's marquee franchises.
There is still time to brush up on your hockey knowledge if you're a novice, or explore the game more in depth if you're a longtime fan with some books at your local library.
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A little more than a month after Stephen Gionta wasn't on anybody's radar as a possible NHL player, he has anchored the Devils upstart fourth line through the team's impressive 4-1 series victory over the Philadelphia Flyers.
A new study at Northwestern University shows that left-handedness is the product of cooperation and competition in evolution.
Welcome to TV in America, where violence, no matter how malicious or senseless, is just fine but sex is decried, maligned and verboten in all but the most secure corners of the schedule. TV's ban on sexuality not only covers scenes of nudity or sexual acts, but our very language itself.
In 1958, winger Willie O'Ree became the first African American athlete to play in the NHL. Which team was responsible for breaking the color barrier? The Boston Bruins.
The obscenely racist tweets aimed at Washington Capitals forward Joel Ward is the most disgusting behavior by sports fans in my lifetime. Ward, to his credit, isn't letting it get to him.
You'd think with the intense publicity that the Stanley Cup playoffs get that the NHL would clean things up. Just the opposite. A week into the playoffs, we've seen double the number of game misconducts as during the entire 2011 post-season.
The Stanley Cup playoffs are well underway, so we at TiqIQ wanted to take the temperature of the country and see which team's tickets are the hottest.
Naturally, the great joy of Goon is watching this lovable, eager-to-please oaf destroying everyone in his way, sort of like a happy-go-lucky Lenny from Of Mice and Men.