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Chris Kreider and the Interesting Season for the New York Rangers
Raghav Ladda - Nov 24, 2020

Chris Kreider has been a mainstay on the New York Rangers‘ forward core since the moment he arrived in the NHL. With the trade of Mats Zuccarello back in early 2019, Kreider also became the longest-tenured Ranger forward. This season he played alongside his good friends, Mika Zibanejad and Pavel Buchnevich. Chris Kreider put up […]



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25 Years Ago AJW Came To The WWF For Survivor Series

Today we will see WWE host Survivor Series 2020.  Their latest annual show dedicated to 10-person elimination tag matches, in the past they were 8-person tags.  Throughout the years many legendary names have competed in these matches.  One match in particular stands out to us though, in 1995 WWF hosted Team Bertha Faye vs Team Alundra Blayze as […]

Mesut Özil
Mesut Özil: An Arsenal Career of Two Halves – Part Two
Martin Keady - Nov 21, 2020

To read Part One of this article, click here. Mesut Özil: An Arsenal Career of Two Halves The Second Half In our time of plague (or at least pandemic), it can be easy to forget what life was like at the start of 2020, let alone at the start of 2018, when Arsenal faced the […]

Mesut Özil
Mesut Özil: An Arsenal Career of Two Halves – Part One

The Premier League returns this weekend, but of course, Mesut Özil will not. Having been left out of both Arsenal’s Premier League squad and Europa League squad, Özil is not eligible to play for Arsenal again until January at the absolute earliest, but by then he will be able to speak to foreign clubs about […]

Rafael Nadal in action at the ATP Finals
Even Without Fans, O2 Arena Bows Out with a Bang
Martin Keady - Nov 20, 2020

It is rare for there to be a swan song without an audience, but that is exactly what is happening this week at London’s O2 Arena (or simply “the O2,” as it is usually called). As coronavirus restrictions continue to prevent tennis fans from seeing any live action, the final edition of the ATP Finals […]

Domingo German
Domingo German Remains Wild Card for Yankees Rotation

With each passing day, 2009 becomes more and more a distant memory. In reality, the time elapsed since the most recent New York Yankees championship does not pose as a significant drought, but with the organization’s commitment to winning every year, it certainly feels that way. In 2o09, they rode three starting pitchers – CC […]

Super Rugby Unlocked rookies
Super Rugby Unlocked: Three rookies who stood out

Super Rugby Unlocked comes to an anti-climatic end this weekend, with COVID-19 induced match cancellations nullifying what could have been an exciting final weekend to decide the winner. The Vodacom Bulls were in a prime position to win the competition outright, but a slip up against the Pumas and a bonus-point win by either the […]

Rafael Nadal in action at the ATP Finals
Can Rafael Nadal Overcome His Indoor Record at the ATP Finals?

With the 2020 ATP Finals underway, many Rafael Nadal fans will have their fingers tightly crossed. They are hoping this is the year he picks up his first title at the year-ending championship. Considered the most important tournament besides the Grand Slams, the ATP Finals is also the biggest title to elude Nadal. The main […]

Toronto Wolfpack: Top Six Road Games in Franchise History
Raheem Bashir - Nov 17, 2020

The Toronto Wolfpack has had numerous road games in its short history. The Wolfpack, which originated in 2016 thanks to Eric Perez and David Argyle has had a successful run on the road from 2017-20. Raheem Bashir, who has long covered Toronto for Last Word on Rugby, picks out some of the best moments in […]