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.

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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 (Feb. 10-12)

With the football season over the sports world become a lot less busy but the games continue on this weekend. The fall sports are finished but the winter sports remain for all sports fans needing their sports fix. In a relatively quite weekend the NHL will take the focus with the midseason done and the Toronto and Montreal rivalry taking their spot among the Hockey Night in Canada broadcast.

What 2 Watch (Feb. 3-5)

February has started meaning the end of the fall sports season and the beginning of the end of the winter sports season. The Fall sports will officially end with the biggest game in sports the Super Bowl this Sunday as the Giants and Patriots face off for the Lombardi Trophy. Meanwhile winter sports are through their halfway point including the NHL.

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 (Jan. 6-8)

The first full weekend in 2012 will feature a number of great games as the year kicks off with a great weekend of sports. The Sport Addiction is here to sort all of the sport events for this weekend so take a look at the games to watch this weekend.

W2W: New Year’s Edition (Dec. 30-Jan. 2)

New Year’s Eve is upon on us provided yet another long weekend meaning more sports for everyone. After a busy last weekend this one will be almost as busy with a number of great events and games. Hockey is in full swing as the Spengler Cup and World Juniors are at the end of their tournament.

W2W: Christmas Edition (Dec. 23-27)

The Sports world will enter the end of the year and that means more big games and tournaments. This weekend will be the start of that as the Christmas Long Weekend will feature four days of sports. As the Christmas holidays start it seems as though there is a lot less games as the NHL and other leagues take their holiday breaks.

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