First of all... any Leaf fan will tell you... haters gonna hate. Being scoffed at, criticized, mocked, poked, prodded and scrutinized is a daily occurrence for a Leaf fan.
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Much to the disappointment of his grand plan - Alfie didn't win a cup by signing with the Red Wings in July 2013 for one year. He did record a respectable season, with 18 goals, and 49 points in only 68 games.
Studying the Constitution and the country's foundational documents can be very helpful. But so can be focusing on America's contemporary passion: football.
We shouldn't tolerate sports team owners taking a page from Walmart's playbook to increase their profits at the expense of workers and taxpayers.
Were Manning to be terminated -- his contract, not him -- the Colts would save $63.6 million over the next four years. The salary cap consequences to a Manning release are a bit more complicated.
HuffPost Sports Columnist Jordan Schultz joined Chuck Todd and The Daily Rundown of MSNBC to discuss the NBA Lockout Wednesday morning.
The 2010 NFL offseason -- its first in 17 years without a Salary Cap -- has begun and now is a week old. Two teams are setting the stage for the new NFL
The new NFL -- with no salary cap -- means there are many questions about how we got to this point and where we are going. Let's start to sift through the fact and fiction of what this will mean.
NFL owners decided to extend Roger Goodell's contract for five years, adding over three years to the original term. The question to ask is not "Why?" The question is, "Why now?"
For most sports fans, labor negotiations are really boring. Who cares how much these millionaires on both sides of the table earn? At the same time though, they are also quite frightening.
Sources inside the Yankees revealed late last night that they will be holding a press conference to announce that they have acquired the rights to the Florida Marlins' 2003 World Series Championship.
The pulling of the plug on the SRS by the NFL might be the biggest play of any prior to next season, a season during which the NFL could look a lot different than it does now.
There is an important result of an uncapped NFL that is not receiving enough attention: without a cap in the NFL, not only is there no ceiling on player spending, there is also no floor.
It's time to look back at the biggest stories in the business of football for the 2009-10 season, which are many of the same stories that will be the biggest in 2010-11.
On CBS Thursday morning, Steve Forbes commented on whether there is something wrong when, in 2006, for example, the average CEO made as much in a sing...
The financial sector was buzzing over Obama's decision to impose a $500,000 ceiling on salaries for executives of companies receiving federal rescue m...
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