The Weekly Dime: Top 10 Play-by-Play Broadcasters of All Time

I grew up with 3 older brothers who all loved watching, playing, and analyzing sports; and our shared admiration for the captivating broadcaster began as far back as I can remember… My childhood was unique in the sense that, for the most part, the 4 of us brothers all got along great (still best friends to date) and were always (and still do) competing. We … Continue reading The Weekly Dime: Top 10 Play-by-Play Broadcasters of All Time

Avs Put Lightning on Ice and Find Their Legs in Game 4

Game 2 was an absolute blowout in favor of the Avalanche, and Game 3 was a dominant win for the Lightning. In Game 3, Tampa Bay set a season high for blocked shots at 27, with 25 blocked shots the game before. Even with all the blocked shots, this is the first series in the Stanley Cup Finals to have 7 or more goals in … Continue reading Avs Put Lightning on Ice and Find Their Legs in Game 4

Bolts Surge Back to Life as Avs Tumble in Jekyll and Hyde Game 3

In the first two games of the series, Tampa Bay has shown fans 2 different sides of the team. The team that fights to come back, and the team that forgot their sticks in the hotel room. After a 7-0 blowout in Game 2, the Lightning returned home to try and prove they belong in the finals for the third year in a row. That’s … Continue reading Bolts Surge Back to Life as Avs Tumble in Jekyll and Hyde Game 3

The Week that Was 6/12-6/18

Welcome to your weekly sports recap, The Week That Was, where we will do a quick recap on the stories, scores, and items from the world of sports that you might have missed. Checkout out the rest of MentalDimes.com for sport specific content on your favorite teams and do not forget to check out our podcast which is available on Spotify, Apple, and YouTube just … Continue reading The Week that Was 6/12-6/18

Colorado Lightning Quick as Tampa Bay Gifted Mile High Goose Egg

In Game 1, we saw glimpses of why the Tampa Bay Lightning are the two-time defending champions. Down 3-1 after the first, they battled back to force overtime. In Game 1, Tampa Bay had 25 blocked shots, which is just one shy of their season high of 26. On the other side, former Red Wings turned Colorado player Darren Helm tallied a total of 10 … Continue reading Colorado Lightning Quick as Tampa Bay Gifted Mile High Goose Egg

The Week That Was 6/5-6/11

Welcome to your weekly sports recap, The Week That Was, where we will do a quick recap on the stories, scores, and items from the world of sports that you might have missed. Check out the rest of MentalDimes.com for sport specific content on your favorite teams and do not forget to check out our podcast which is available on Spotify, Apple, and YouTube just … Continue reading The Week That Was 6/5-6/11

NY Giants Head Coach Brian Daboll is Excited about NY Rangers Stanley Cup Play

New Head Coach of the New York Giants Brian Daboll is pleased with the efforts of the NHL’s New York Rangers. They currently lead the 2022 Eastern Conference Finals 2-1 over the back-back Stanley Cup Champions Tampa Bay Lightning. Daboll’s Hockey Past Before there was Brian Daboll the head football coach, there was Brian Daboll, the hockey player. The 47-year-old was born in Welland, Canada, … Continue reading NY Giants Head Coach Brian Daboll is Excited about NY Rangers Stanley Cup Play

Avalanche Complete Second Post Season Sweep; Punch Ticket to Stanley Cup for First Time in 20 Years

If you watched Game 4, you may be getting more familiar with the various types of blood pressure medications available. The first game in this series was an intense game full of scoring by both sides. In Game 2, Edmonton was shut out and Game 3 was a heated battle that resulted in Edmonton’s Kane getting a one-game suspension. As the Oilers and Avalanche prepared … Continue reading Avalanche Complete Second Post Season Sweep; Punch Ticket to Stanley Cup for First Time in 20 Years