Tag Archives: 1996

As each hockey season comes and goes, it goes without saying that each year the salary cap will continue to rise as the cost of living does as well. With the hefty contracts that some of these players end up getting offered, a lot of them end up making more in one year than what the superstars of yesterday made throughout their entire careers. Although their contracts in the......

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There is no question that Lance Armstrong is the biggest name in competitive cycling in North America. He dominated the sport for years and rode his way to numerous championships, broke records, and......

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If you were a Kansas City Chiefs fan throughout the 1980’s and the early part of the ‘90’s, the name Nick Lowery brings to mind a familiar face. Lowery played a total of 13 seasons with the......

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On Sunday, November 13, 2011, the Hockey Hall of Fame hosted their annual Hockey Hall of Fame Legends Classic Game at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario. The game featured many classic names......

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For many athletes their personal stats and accomplishments are their ticket to success, fame, and in most cases, their league or sport's hall of fame. Sometimes teams, cities and even countries are......

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There is no denying the fact that the world of boxing has taken a stabilized backseat to mixed martial arts and the phenomenon that is the UFC. Interest and viewership has decreased steadily and the......

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Growing up many of us have all had the same dream of one day becoming a professional athlete. Scoring the overtime winner; nailing that home run in the bottom of the ninth; or landing that......

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When you live in a city with a professional sports team you usually imagine yourself growing up and one day getting the chance to not just go pro, but the chance to represent your hometown in......

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Since being drafted by the Baltimore Ravens 26th overall in the 1996 NFL Draft, Ray Lewis has without a doubt been one of the meanest players on the field in the game of football and in the entire......

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