DECEMBER 31, 2022 – This is the last Hockey Crunch for the year. As some of our viewers know yours truly was the first NHL Analytics hire, all the way back in 1995 for the Habs. While things have come a long way since I used an old Sony VHS deck with a shuttle (the… Continue reading Habs 9-2 Beating by Caps Highlights New Regime’s Struggles in Montreal HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig
December 9, 2022 – It’s bewildering at how so many GM and management teams bemoan the cap age in the NHL. It’s really not rocket science. It’s always been a gamble to make a trade, but it’s still the best way to resolve an issue. First off I like Josh Anderson a lot. I get… Continue reading If the Habs Were to Trade Josh Anderson I’d Talk to Washington. HOCKEY CRUNCH By Jamie Gilcig
Fans in Munich, Germany, got to see one of the greatest players to have ever competed in the NFL on the gridiron in the first game to have ever been held in the country on Sunday, as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers managed to come out on top over the Seattle Seahawks. Indeed, the Florida-based organization… Continue reading Tom Brady makes huge claim about NFL game in Germany
October 16, 2022 – Early days, but a few interesting trends are appearing for both teams. Toronto is 2-1 with its loss coming vs Montreal. The Habs are 1-2. Toronto has 9 goals for and 8 against. That’s not good for the Leafs. Montreal has 5 goals for and 9 against which clearly shows early… Continue reading HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig HABS & Leafs After Game 3 Review
October 13, 2022 – It wasn’t a great game, but it was entertaining. The kids were alright except for Slafkovsky who really needs to get to the AHL and play lots of minutes. Mostly he needs to keep his feet moving. Compared to Kaiden Guhle, Jordan Harris, and Arber Xhekaj, #1 looked a bit lost… Continue reading Habs Win Opening Night vs Leafs – HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig
October 12, 2022 – It’s that time! First game of the season when all looks optimistic and the dew is fresh. The big question is can the Leafs shake this first round and out that they’ve been enduring? Did they do enough in the off season? This writer thinks not. The core really wasn’t touched.… Continue reading Make or Break Year for GM Kyle Dubas & Leaf Core. HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig
October 10, 2022 – There’s a lot of excitement in la belle province as the season kicks off against The Leafs. The Habs didn’t win a pre season game this year, but this scribbler predicts a pounding of Toronto tonight. It’s not that the team is that much better. It’s just good drama. Under Jeff… Continue reading NHL OPENING DAY – Did Habs Really Improve? by Jamie Gilcig – HOCKEY CRUNCH
OCTOBER 5, 2022 – The problem with lawyers is that while the great ones can prove in court that elephants just might be able to fly; in the real world, when the issue is heinous enough, it doesn’t really matter if elephants can indeed fly or not. In this situation it’s gone way past the… Continue reading Hockey Canada Scandal Demands Nothing Less Than A Clean Sweep. By Jamie Gilcig HOCKEY CRUNCH
FIFA football remains the most played esports title across the world. Find out the best FIFA pro gamers making a name for themselves.
Determined to be as good as possible at football? Then you may want to put in some extra training on your own. The good news is that there’s plenty that you can do at home, which means you can easily increase your fitness and skills without having a full team to run drills with. We’re… Continue reading 5 NFL drills you can try at home
Research has proven that almost all forms of exercise are excellent for your health, and football is certainly no exception. Not only is playing football a fun hobby, but it is also a wonderful form of exercise, contributing to strength build-up as well as cardio fitness. So while a lot of people play football because… Continue reading 5 ways football is good for your health
Racing combines so many of the different aspects that people love when watching live sport. There’s high-speed action, unpredictability, and even a bit of danger. Motor sport events are also some of the most popular when it comes to gambling. From the Hollywood Casino 400 to the top F1 races in the world, there are… Continue reading Top 10 racing events
If you’re new to hockey and you’re looking for a new team to cheer for, this article is for you. When it comes to sports, you have to be really careful selecting a team or player you support because, in most cases, it’s for life! So, here are some tips to help you choose the… Continue reading How to choose the best hockey team to support
August 16, 2022 – Yes it’s August. Camps open soon and rosters will still be tinkered with, but we’ve gone through the draft, and the opening of Free Agency. The trade frenzy between and the bottom line is a Toronto team that surely cannot afford another first round drubbing, but has simply not moved the… Continue reading Battle of Ontario – Sens UP – Leafs DOWN. HOCKEY CRUNCH by Jamie Gilcig
In the last two seasons, Toronto F.C. have sunk low in the Eastern Conference of the MLS, going from 2nd on the table to 12th and 13th. So, as a result of those bad performances, they have now found it necessary to bolster their squad in order to start competing in the final series again.… Continue reading Toronto F.C.’s new signings
July 13, 2022 – As I sit here pondering whether the Habs under new GM Kent Hughes are doing well or not I’m mulling over their core. Clearly the Habs are not addressing the very real factor that the team needs a few francophone players in their core. Right now there seems a huge opportunity… Continue reading Looking @ the Habs the Morning of Free Agency 2022. By Jamie Gilcig HOCKEY CRUNCH Have They Moved Forward?
Maple Leafs Are Likely Losing Ilya Mikheyev Ilya Mikheyev is coming off the best season of his young NHL career, but his price tag will likely be too much for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The 27-year-old speedster tallied 21 goals and 11 assists in 53 games for the Maple Leafs last year. Toronto would obviously… Continue reading NHL Ontario News: Mikheyev & Campbell Updates, Senators Looking At Buyout Options, More
Online casinos and cybersports have seen tremendous growth, especially in the last two years. With the events that followed after the world experienced the worst public health crisis, where people turned to virtual activities to stop the spread of infections, the two recorded great success as players and found new platforms that they can use… Continue reading How do online casinos and cybersports work together?