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On this day in sports history women’s hockey made its Olympic debut at the 1998 Games in Japan. Finland and Sweden played with Finland beating Sweden 6-0.
Interesting enough, women playing hockey isn’t anything new. The Canadian Hockey Association says the first recorded women’s hockey game took place in 1892 in Barrie, Ontario.
Ulcers and nightmares have been plaguing me for the past week in regards to Superbowl XLVI – though I did have one good dream in which I played for the Pats and had more yards than Ochocinco has had the entire season (but I guess that isn’t saying much).
Anyways, with the Superbowl only a couple days away, I’ve realized I needed to take my mind off of all the excitement surrounding it. What else better to write about than my first love, Basketball.
With the Celtics having an up and down season (thank god I’ve had the Bruins and Patriots to preoccupy me) I’ve been watching how the other former/present power house teams have been doing such as the Heat.
Watching a Heat game, more specifically Lebron James can usually be summed up in 3 ways: Continue Reading