The Los Angeles Kings win the Stanley Cup title after defenseman Alec Martinez scored the game winning-goal with 14:43 remaining in double overtime.
Kings lead the Rangers, 3-0, in the 2014 Stanley Cup finals series.
Value in professional sports is relative. Your only as valuable as your ability to play, stay healthy, help your team win, at a compensation rate agreed upon with a specific club. This is most true in the NFL where the average career lasts 2.5 seasons.
By Eric Katz Whenever the major sports leagues collective bargaining agreement expires there is one thing they should really look at. The thing they should consider revising is the amount […]
By Julian Reed Ever use Facebook? How about ride a skateboard or play Tennis? If any of the latter is true, like the rest of society, you are privileged with the […]
Julian Reed discusses parity vs. clarity in sports leagues today in his debut article for Sports Minded. Reed also talks about how some leagues are “DYNASTY-FRIENDLY.” THIS IS A MUST READ!
Can you out pick the Guru in Week 4 of the NFL? Leave your picks in the comments down below and see if you have what it takes?
Check out Pierce Roberson’s thoughts on the Chicago Blackhawks, after being considered the worst franchise in the early 2000s by ESPN to Stanley Cup champions.
Sports Minded writer Pierce Roberson explains why Inter-league play during MLB’s regular season should determine home field advantage in the World Series instead of giving it to the winning team of the All-Star Game. Follow Pierce Roberson on Twitter: @ChicagoMadeSean
Chicago Blackhawks defeat the Boston Bruins, 3-2, in Game 6 to win the Stanley Cup. After a late third period rally.