The NHL has seemed to lost a bit of its luster of the past decade or so. I’m guessing the last lockout did some of the casual and even more religious fans here in the United State.
Two nights ago the Tampa Bay Lightning won their second Stanley Cup in franchise history. Not sure exactly how much coverage it got but from what I looked into it was minimal.
In a way, I look at that as the first real sports causality this year in the U.S. A championship of it’s caliber deserves a little more attention than second page heading. However, I am not sure what to do to make that change.
Could it have garnered more attention if it was in a more “northern” city? Maybe an Original 8 team could have brought more gravitas to the title?
Local walk-on commits to Huskers to continue family legacy
Nebraska added a walk-on commitment on Tuesday night from a player who has Husker football in the bloodlines.
Huskers embrace challenging 2020 schedule
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A Stanley Cup and Lightning team for the ages
John Romano | The Lightning beat Dallas 2-0 in Game 6 Monday night to win the Stanley Cup after six years of near-misses and disappointments.
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Gale Sayers — it all began in Nebraska - High School Football America
Gale Sayers, a Nebraska native who played his high school football at Omaha Central, passed away Wednesday at the age of 77.
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