The NHL took a backseat to a bigger story this week as a dispute over the pay received by Women’s hockey players in the USA brought attention to an issue in international hockey.
The Semi-Finals are almost entirely determined with a lot of familiar teams in the running leaving some of the countries in need of growth out of the final rounds.
The World Baseball Classic continues to struggle with participation from the MLB but the injuries that are beginning to spring up throughout the tournament making the future look worse for the tournament.
The second round is in full swing as the World Baseball Classic focus shifts to California with four teams looking to make the semi-finals as a clash of cultures continues to play out in the tournament.
The UFC travels to London for UFC Fight Night 107 as once again a trip to Europe will feature fighters that are a rare sight with Europeans fighters remaining in Europe despite the lack of growth it causes.
The best story in the tournament so far is officially over as Pool E is finished without the Israeli team moving on as the Cinderella story ends in the second round.
Cuba is one of the biggest baseball countries in the world but a commitment to an old policy despite a changing environment continues to cost them a better chance at a title.
A number of teams are heading home earlier than they wanted and many are looking at the lack of commitment from some of their biggest stars as a big reason for their early exit.
Kelvin Gastelum was close to being cut from the UFC when he missed weight a few months ago but now he seems to have found is spot in a new weight class after a second straight win.
The NHL’s expansion team made their first big move signing their first player but as the NHL prepares for expansion they might want to focus on the struggling teams in their league.