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Prior to the news of Pat Quinn passing away, legendary Soviet Union head coach Viktor Tikhonov passed away from undisclosed illness at his home. He was 84.
Tikhonov was the Soviet hockey coach whose teams won three Olympic gold medals, but fell to the United States in the “Miracle on Ice” at Lake Placid in [...]Read More →
The National Hockey League lost a great man and legend of the game in Pat Quinn Sunday.
Pat Quinn, a former defenseman and longtime NHL coach and executive who brought a stern and passionate presence to hockey over several died at the age of 71.Read More →
The tournament is being completely overhauled and personally the NHL should have left it the way it was. There was nothing wrong with it.
From Chris Johnston of Sportsnet:
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It was the matchup everyone wanted and expected to see. The world number one Novak Djokovic, the world number two Roger Federer were to due to battle in the final of the year end championship. However, it was not the way fans had hoped the ATP World Tour Finals would have ended.Read More →
As the tennis season winds down, the top eight players head to the annual season ending tournament of the ATP World Tour at the O2 Arena in London, which begins Sunday.Read More →
The film Moneyball brought a lot of attention to Billy Bean and the Oakland A’s. The movie, starring Brad Pitt, illustrated the General Manager’s talent in finding low-priced, yet valuable talent to form a competitive team. Oakland competes in a small market, making it difficult to compete with teams in New [...]Read More →