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The 4 Biggest Questions For Gordon Bombay in D2: The Mighty Ducks

When Gordon Bombay returns to the screen for D2: The Mighty Ducks, things get out of hand quickly...

[Podcast] Toronto Wins NBA Championship, Davis Traded, A Jordan Binnington Story & Limitless

The Toronto Raptors are you 2019 NBA Champions but the news was quickly overshadowed by a blockbuster trade sending Anthony Davis to the Los Angeles Lakers. NBA Finals Recap (2:12) Anthony Davis Trade (20:05) A Jordan Binnington Story and St. Louis Blues Fan Perspective (30:53) World Cup-date (46:39) Limitless (51:22) Closing NBA Draft Thoughts... Continue Reading →

[Podcast] NBA Conference Finals, NHL Playoffs, and Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile

Welcome to Pod is Life the Podcast planting the sports flag on the entertainment universe. NBA Playoffs Semifinals (2:16) Best NBA Players to wear different numbers (11:08) NBA Conference Finals preview (15:40) Coach John Beilein to Cleveland! (26:00) NHL Playoffs with Jake Newkirk (30:15) Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile (44:00) Closing Thoughts (1:02:22)... Continue Reading →

Sports Streaks That Ended in 2018

Welcome to 2019! A new year full to the brim with endless possibilities. I mean, did you see some of the things that happened this past year? Milwaukee Brewers ended their seven year postseason absence Behind an MVP caliber season from outfielder Christian Yelich the Brewers returned to the Playoffs for the first time since... Continue Reading →

The Unannounced Rebuild of the Chicago Blackhawks

Chicago sports fans are all too familiar with the “rebuild”. The Cubs seemed to be an eternal rebuild for the better part of 108 years (albeit with a few strong teams scattered in). The White Sox, notice they are not being excluded here Pat Sajak, have been stuck in a rebuild vs reload cycle since... Continue Reading →

Lord Stanley’s Cup

This NHL post-season has been nothing short of intriguing.  We have seen a lot of the same mixed in with some new and surprising results as well.  As the chase for the most hallowed trophy in American sports comes to its pinnacle, we are presented with a matchup that very few would have predicted.  When... Continue Reading →

The Chicago Blackhawks: The End of a Dynasty? Or The NHL’s Plan for Parity Winning Out?

Not too long ago I found myself with some rare free time and I did with it what any other rabid fan of a particular sports team does.  I reveled in the memory of the recent success of my Chicago Blackhawks.  By this I mean I sat myself down and watched all three of the... Continue Reading →

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