Wednesday marks the start of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs, nine weeks of hard-hittin', slap-shottin', five-holin', BIG SAAAAVE-in' goodness. And Sarah Spain has 10 reasons why the NHL's postseason sets itself apart from the rest in sports.
In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain invites readers to make a pledge tied to their favorite MLB team's on-field performance. For her part, she'll run a mile this offseason for every Cubs' win.
The Cubs and the Red Sox last met at Fenway in the 1918 World Series. Tonight, nearly a century later, they'll meet again in Boston for the opener of a three-game set. If you don't dig baseball, there's always hoops and hockey this weekend.
With just one NHL game and the NBA taking a timeout, tonight is the night to get a good look at the boys of summer. The weather in some cities hasn't quite turned yet, but a day at the ballpark can make it feel like summer is right around the corner.
The playoffs continue on the ice and the hardwood, with two top-seeded NBA teams hoping to avoid falling into a 2-0 hole and one NHL team playing to keep its season alive. Here are the Games We're Watching tonight.
Stock up on snacks and fill your fridge with beer, 'cause this weekend's lineup of playoff games will have you glued to your TV for hours. The NHL playoffs continue, and the NBA playoffs tip off Saturday.
While hoops and hockey teams battle for a spot in the playoffs, baseball teams are just starting their long trek toward the postseason. From thrilling finishes to intriguing beginnings, these are the Games We're Watching ...