NHL Week in Review (February 2-8)

The NHL would play their last week before the Olympic break as the league goes on hiatus for two weeks. It is a break that is welcome by many of the fans who will be concentrating on the biggest international tournament. Fans will miss their NHL hockey but they will also follow along their NHL stars in the Olympics. The players will also welcome the break as those who will be going to Sochi will get a chance to achieve a dream.

2014 Olympic Preview: Rink Sports

The Olympics are a great display of many sports that the majority of sports fans never look for and never really try to watch. They are a number of sports that are not followed by the majority of people and that only take focus every four years. They are not full of stars and only have a few people that are recognized outside of the four years between games. They are the forgotten sports more often than not and are full of the forgotten athletes.

Olympic Preview: 5 Things to Watch for in Sochi

The Olympics are the ultimate in sports as the summer and winter Olympics are always some of the most popular sporting events every four years. The Summer Olympics are some of the most popular events ever as the world watches every four years and the entire world seems to shut down while the games are going on. The Winter Olympics are smaller and less popular than the summer version but they are a still a major sporting event

NHL Week in Review (November 3-9)

The Sochi Olympics are fast approaching and the tryouts are ramping up for every player in the NHL. The Olympics will begin in February 2014 and for the international hockey organizations the beginning of the 2013-14 season was a chance to see potential players in games. The Olympics are one of the biggest competitions in the international hockey calendar as it is the one time when the best from every country can face off.

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