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Posted On May 14, 2014By Aaron NilsenIn cover, Hockey, Sports

The Jason Spezza Discussion

I was planning on writing a full-fledged article about Jason Spezza and the possible trade scenarios the Ottawa Senators have this Summer until the Nilsen Report staff  had the classic “Jason Spezza Discussion” over Facebook last night. There always seems to be different rumours ever year regarding Spezza, to recap here is your Spring 2014 edition of stories circling the web. Nick Kypreos: Sources say the Senators are shopping Jason Spezza to Western conference teams. Bruce Garrioch: Unlike Phaneuf, the return for Jason Spezza would be similar to a deadline rental: a NHLRead More

Posted On May 13, 2014By Aaron NilsenIn Football, Sports

Ottawa REDBLACKS Trade Kevin Glenn to BC Lions

Breaking: The Ottawa REDBLACKS have traded QB Kevin Glenn to the BC Lions for their 5th spot 1st round pick in the 2014 CFL draft. Details to follow. Earlier it was reported Glenn wanted a trade. Kevin Glenn doesn’t want to continue his CFL career with the expansion Ottawa REDBLACKS.   The veteran quarterback says he’s asked the REDBLACKS to be traded. Ottawa selected Glenn, 34, on Dec. 15 in the first round of the CFL expansion draft after compiling a 20-8 record as a starter the last two yearsRead More

Posted On May 12, 2014By Aaron NilsenIn Hockey, Sports

Vote Erik Karlsson for the NHL 15 Cover

‪ #‎NHL15Karlsson‬ Sens TV presents reason #11,920 you should be voting Erik Karlsson of the Ottawa Senators on to the cover of NHL 15. VOTE: More

Posted On May 5, 2014By Aaron NilsenIn Hockey, Sports

NHL 15 Teaser Trailer & Next Gen Info

Due Fall 2014.  Editors note: I’M SO EXCITED, AND I JUST CAN’T HIDE IT! I’M ABOUT TO LOSE CONTROL AND I THINK I LIKE IT!!!!!!!!!! Built to harness the power of next generation consoles NHL 15 allows you to experience the sights, sounds and feel of real hockey action like never before. The game features a new level of player likeness, intelligence and emotion, the most diverse and animated crowd of any sports game and an added level of control as you dangle opponents using the accessible Superstar Skill Stick. EarlyRead More
This is another great gag from Jimmy Fallon, along the same lines as the Matt Harvey prank Fallon pulled on Mets fans. The setup here is pretty simple.A producer gets Yankees fans on the street to boo a large picture of Robinson Cano and after they boo and turn back to the camera, the producer tells them to give it one more try.   When they turn back around, the actual Robinson Cano is standing there. It’s great.The reactions to Cano are priceless—”listen, about that, right, here’s what happened”—but someRead More

Posted On March 30, 2014By Braden YoungIn Baseball, cover, Sports

Official 2014 MLB Season Preview

First of all, I think it’s in everyone’s best interest for me to simply direct you to the divisional previews for the upcoming season. Look no further than Jonah Keri of Grantland, who’s one of the best in the biz and an avid Expos fan, to boot. AL East Preview AL Central Preview AL West Preview NL East Preview NL Central Preview NL West Preview Here’s how I see the playoff races shaping out: AMERICAN LEAGUE:                                        Read More
AAC Basketball Tournament - Championship
1 Wichita State vs. 16 Cal Poly The undefeated Shockers have the top seed in the region known as the “group of death.” They are the first team to enter the tournament undefeated since UNLV in 1991 and will attempt to become the first team to win the National Championship while going undefeated since the 1976 Indiana Hoosiers. Suffice to say, history is not on their side. It’s easy to forget that Wichita St. was in last year’s Final Four and were even up double digits midway through the secondRead More
1 Arizona vs. 16 Weber State loss of Brandon Ashley certainly hurt the Wildcats, who were #1-ranked for much of the season before losing the star forward for the remainder of the year. However, this has caused coach Sean Miller to play more guys throughout the season, which is a major positive for a team that lacks depth. Nick Johnson and TJ McConnell make up probably the best backcourt in the country through strong defense, a great pass-first point guard in McConnell, and a scoring guard in Johnson. In aRead More
1 Virginia vs. 16. Coastal Carolina Virginia has had an extremely impressive season winning the ACC regular season and tournament titles over the likes of Duke, Syracuse, and North Carolina. Not at all surprised to see the Cavaliers get the 1-seed after Michigan, Wisconsin, Villanova, and Kansas all faltered in their conference tournaments. Virginia is one of very few teams in the tournament that is great on both sides of the floor, leading the country in scoring defense and are ranked 7th in field goal percentage defense. On offense, theyRead More
Editors note: MARCH MADNESS!!!! I present you the second annual series of March Madness previews done by our college basketball enthusiast, Braden Young. I highly encourage you to read all these previews as it will increase your success in all of your pools immensely. With that being said….. GOOD LUCK!!! 1 Florida vs. 16 Albany/Mt. St. Mary’s The Gators are the top ranked team in the tournament and will enjoy some in-state hospitality, as they are set up for a path through Orlando to get to the South regionals inRead More