When the Stanley Cup Playoffs began, there were 64 different possible combinations of teams that could end up in the Finals. Yes, there was a 1.
On April 14th, three cleanly shaved men vowed to toss aside their razors and grow a playoff beard in support of their hockey teams.
Osama bin Laden was killed on Sunday May 1st. Knowing bin Laden’s reputation for being elusive, many people said they wouldn’t believe the news until they saw a picture of him dead.
On May 1st, 2011, America learned that Osama Bin Laden was dead. Bin Laden was killed in a Special Ops operation ordered by the President last week.
I was somewhat hesitant to post an update on the status of the playoff beard because the Bruins were in the middle of a tough series, but now that they gritted out their series with an overtime win o
The Stanley Cup Playoffs began on Wednesday evening, but for a Boston Bruins fan like myself, it doesn’t begin until Thursday night.
It’s that wonderful time of year again. The Stanley Cup Playoffs begin on Wednesday which means most players involved won’t shave until their team gets knocked out of the postseason.
March Madness has ended, the 9th place team from the Big East is your national champion, and I’d like a refund back for that horrible movie last night.