The NHL wishes that they could focus on what is always one of the most exciting parts of the regular season. The league is trying to focus on what is shaping up as a great fight for the playoffs as there are plenty of spots ready for teams to take in the 2015 playoffs.
The UFC is a promotion made up of the best fighters in the world as it is the toughest promotion for mixed martial artists.
The NHL is always looking for ways to get better and be more exciting as they continue to grow.
A week after two of the most intriguing divisions took focus at UFC 185 another division that has been in the news as of late will take centre stage at UFC Fight Night 62.
The NHL is in the midst of the playoff race but that didn’t stop them from some major changes in the league. It may not have been apparent to most but the league did make some major changes this week but none will be seen in the top-level of the league.
The NHL trade deadline has come and gone as one of the most exciting days in the NHL calendar became a lot less exciting. The trade deadline this year lacked any huge moves that changed a team for the better or for the worst. There were plenty of moments to talk about including Chris Stewart learning he was traded to Buffalo on live television and a note written to the Minnesota Wild by Jordan Leopold’s daughter asking to get her dad back, a wish that was granted.
The UFC has always been full of great fighters who become legends in front of our eyes as they are clearly the best fight of their generation. These fighters are easy to see as they fight and seem to be so far ahead of everyone else that the only thing left to do is to wait for someone to catch up. The likes of GSP and Anderson Silva are likely gone but a new generation has taken hold in the UFC with Jon Jones, Jose Aldo, and Demetrious Johnson leading the way.
It is that time again in hockey as one of the most exciting days in the NHL schedule is back for another year. The NHL trade deadline has been made into one of the biggest dates in hockey as it is one of the few major North American leagues that has more than enough action on the deadline day. There may not always be the biggest names or huge, ground-breaking trades but there are always moves on the last day.