Monthly Archives: June 2011

For most athletes, once they reach the professional stage they are given a few years after the draft to prove to the world that they deserve to be there and have what it takes to make a career out of playing the game. Usually they are forgotten about after those years and the spotlight is removed if the years were full of inconsistency and a lack of chances to become a......

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In 1999 the NHL Players' Association started ‘Goals and Dreams’ as a way to give back to the community through the game of hockey. By donating time, money and hockey necessities such as......

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David Ortiz is a two-time World Series Champion, American League Championship MVP, six-time All-Star and most importantly a supporter and proud philanthropist in children’s health care. The......

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The third time seems to be the charm, especially for Los Angeles Kings winger and captain Dustin Brown who finally brought home the NHL Foundation Award this year at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas,......

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For the people of Calgary and their beloved Flames, no man made more of a difference to not only the hockey community but also to the city as a whole as Harley Hotchkiss. Surrounded by close friends......

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Although the New York Jets fell short of making an appearance in the Super Bowl last season, it didn't slow down their work ethic whatsoever. The Jets have been awarded the ‘Award of Excellence’......

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For athletes in professional sports who are deemed to be the greatest at what they do usually show little to no flaw in their game. Their dominance in the game adds expectation of greatness in every......

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LaMarr Woodley of the Pittsburgh Steelers didn’t wait until his first pay cheque in the NFL to start giving back to those in need, he was doing it while he was still in college. Drafted by the......

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On the court Dwyane Wade is one of the most dangerous players in the NBA with his agility and ability to handle the ball and read the court better than almost anyone in the league. He has......

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From the beginning of his National Football League career, Greg Bell has been in the public eye as a positive role model and advocate of helping kids make the right decisions. Upon entering the......

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