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Sedin Twins Announce Retirement

The Sedin Twins, Henrik and Daniel, have announced that this season will be their last in the NHL. The two have played 17 seasons, all with the Vancouver Canucks. The Canucks selected the two second (Daniel) and third (Henrik) overall in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft. The duo were known for their ability to play […]

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NHL Trade Deadline Tracker

The NHL Trade Deadline is Monday, February 26 and we have all the action a day before! Remember to refresh for all the latest happenings. February 26 TRADE: The Boston Bruins acquire forward Tommy Wingels from the Ottawa Senators in exchange for a conditional 2019 5th round pick. TRADE: The Calgary Flames acquire forward Nick […]

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Why Athletes are Actually UNDER-Paid?

After seeing athletes get paid millions and millions of dollars, the normal person would assume they are overpaid. There’s truth to that..or is there?

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The State of Pro Sports in Detroit

Follow The Athletes Hub on Twitter @HubOfAthletes and Tristin McKinstry @SickeningSum86 The State of the Union address is an address made by the President of the United States to Congress and the entire nation via broadcast television. The address takes place inside the US Capital in Washington DC. Attendees include Congress and all members of […]

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Latest on NHL Potential Relocation

As reported, there are three teams (potentially a fourth team) that currently have arena issues at the moment. Those teams happen to be the Arizona Coyotes, Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, and New York Islanders. These teams are either on the verge of moving to another city, or seeking a new building they don’t deserve. Remember, […]

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The Latest On a Potential NHL Expansion

The rising early success of the Vegas Golden Knights has done wonders for the National Hockey League. If the team can make the playoffs within its first year, it would be one of the most successful starts to a franchise in pro sports history. On the contrary, the Golden Knights have used five goalies already, and […]

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The Biggest Issues Within Today’s Sports

Whether it’s the NBA, MLB, NFL, or even the NHL, there will always be flaws within sports. While some sports share multiple issues, some of the problems presented have to do with particular aspects of the game. A lot of issues don’t contain immediate solutions, while some only require a simple rule change by the […]

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April 26, 2017: A Dark Day in Sports Journalism

ESPN has ran with this moniker of “The World Wide Leader in Sports” for what seems like, well, forever. One would think that ESPN valued all sports equally, right? Prepare to be amazed. The “World Wide Leader” went on a damn purge Wednesday, firing writers and on screen personalities left and right. The hardest hit […]

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How to Eliminate Tanking in Sports

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver recently came out and spoke upon the issue of tanking. Most sports fans are aware of what tanking is, but just in case a few of you out there aren’t aware, tanking is when a team intentionally loses in order to secure a higher draft pick. Silver did an interview with […]

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Bloody Wednesday at The Joe: Red Wings-Avalanche Blood Feud

Check out the story behind one of the NHL’s bloodiest and most intense feuds!

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