A COMPREHENSIVE LOOK AT THE TEAMS DURING THE GOLDEN ERA OF CHATHAM MINOR HOCKEY PREFACE When I was a kid in Chatham, not too many days went by without a […]
THIS IS THE STORY OF MY ROOKIE SEASON WITH THE 1989-1990 BLENHEIM BLADES. A team of hockey cast-offs forever bonded by one of the worst seasons in junior hockey history. […]
WARRIOR ON CINEMAX: BRUCE LEE WOULD BE WATCHING At the beginning of 2019, I started to hear the buzz about a new T.V series based on the writings of Bruce […]
Finding Bruce Lee and My JKD is a book about my journey in the study of Bruce Lee. Jeet Kune Do and martial arts. It is also about Hockey, The UFC, Life, Loss, Perseverance and Inspiration.
The Ontario South Selects was a spring/summer ice hockey team in the mid to late ’80’s. The team was made up of the biggest and best 1973 born players in Southern Ontario compiled and coached […]
Ice Hockey is underway at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games with the women’s preliminary round already in swing and the men’s prelims starting tomorrow (Feb. 14th) with Group B action. The Republic […]
A hop, skip and a jump down highway 40 from Chatham, lies the tough, little town of Wallaceburg. Population of 10,010. Wallaceburg has the only lacrosse association in Chatham-Kent and […]
Chatham-Kent’s all time best and favorite sports writer Mike Bennett was recently inducted into the Chatham Sports Hall of Fame and when I heard the news, many memories of “Benny” […]
Canadian Mixed Martial Arts fans need something and someone to get excited about, and this weekend’s double dip of fight cards for International Fight Week in Las Vegas is set up […]
After battling Mother Nature for the first two months of the season, the Japanese Canadian Baseball League is finally in the swing of things in their monumental 50th season. The combination […]
Everyone is doing it, so here is my mock draft for the new expansion team the Vegas Golden Knights.
The combat sports world is reeling this morning from the tragic and sudden passing of long time Canadian fighter and Edmonton native, Tim “The Thrashing Machine” Hague. Details of the tragic […]
The first round of the 2017 NHL Playoffs is over and in many ways, it seemed like an episode of the Twilight Zone with all the surprises, twists and turns. […]
I've had some great memories inside Joe Louis Arena. This is the story of my favorite night in that arena
Let’s imagine a future hockey world where the following scenario faces us; It is the year 2025, and the NHL is winding down it’s season. The regular season is long over […]