What 2 Watch (March 16-18)

The Spring is here with great weather and a very special unofficial holiday in St. Patrick’s Day located on a Saturday. As the celebrations begin for St. Patty’s Day there will be plenty of sports to keep everyone busy as they prepare for a great day and also recover from a great day. This weekend will see a number of different sports as hockey continues to work towards the playoffs as the CHL enters their last weekend and the NHL enters their last few weeks.

What 2 Watch (March 9-11)

Spring is here and the sports world continues their transition period into the summer months as leagues begin to wind down and start up. This weekend the transition will be on full display as the winter gives way to the warmer weather. The NHL continues to march towards the playoffs with only a few weeks left as the Maple Leafs try to cling on to their small playoff hopes when they take on the Flyers.

What 2 Watch (March 2-4)

March Is here and that means spring which is only one step away from the summer which means a new sports season is about to start and another is about to end. The summer season is coming which means baseball is back and it starts this weekend with the first spring training games of the 2012 season.

What 2 Watch (Feb. 24-26)

After a small lull in the sports calendar this weekend is full of great events that are sure to keep every sports fan busy. As the winter sports begin to wind down the summer sports start to make themselves known. The NHL is one of these winter sports as they begin to prepare for the playoffs with just a little over a month left in the regular season.

What 2 Watch (Feb. 17-19)

Last weekend was a light one in sports but this weekend will see a lot more action for all of the sport addicts. With hockey continuing to move towards the playoffs there is plenty of puck to watch this weekend. The NHL will see an All-Canadian matchup for the Hockey night in Canada as the Toronto Maple Leafs look to hold on to the 8th spot in the East while the Vancouver Canucks look to continue the fight at the top of the Western Conference.

What 2 Watch (Jan. 13-15)

The New Year was full of great football and big games from every league and after the busy first weekend things calm down this weekend. There are still plenty of great events this weekend as the sports world continues to roll on.

What 2 Watch (Dec. 16-18)

The Sports world is continuing to roll along with midseason approaching for some and the end of the season approaching for others. The End of the Season is already here for College Football as the Bowl Season will start this weekend. With the New Mexico Bowl, Famous Idaho Potato Bowl, and the New Orleans Bowl all this Saturday the Bowl season will start with a full day of games.

What 2 Watch (Dec. 9-11)

The Sports world is beginning to enter the winter freeze with less game and less leagues playing before the new year. The weekend will see few games and events but they will be some key events as some leagues begin to wind down and others enter a midway point. Football is beginning to wind down with the NCAA entering their last game of the season and the NFL in the thick of a playoff race.

What 2 Watch (Dec. 2-4)

With Canadian Football done for the year the first weekend in December will feature fewer games but still some great events. The NCAA will take over this weekend with Championship Weekend seeing a number of great championship games just before the main bowls are decided. Meanwhile the NFL continues in their last few weeks with a game that could provide a big upset in the league.

What 2 Watch (Nov. 25-27)

This weekend in sports is not full of games but the games that are this weekend are big ones. The Canadian Football world is finishing up this weekend with both championship games this weekend. The 47th Vanier Cup kicks things off on Friday while the 99th Grey Cup ends the Canadian Football weekend.

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