Ever had one of those weeks where you realize you’re trying too hard get a trade done? Yeah me too. After some time away from the hobby, I was eager to again experience the rush that comes from making two collections better all at once.
My last trade left only good memories since it was two friends helping each other out with their PCs, netting me this card:
A modest card to most but significant because it’s my first multicolor jersey swatch of Martin St. Louis.
But instead of finding my stride, I spent the better part of my return trying to More >
By Richard McAdam aka RGM81
With the 2011-12 season having concluded in the coronation of the Los Angeles Kings as Stanley Cup Champions, hockey fans can now turn their attention to the bustling activities of the off-season as they prepare for what will hopefully be a full 2012-13 campaign. This past year had numerous interesting storylines, twists, turns, and swerves, ranging from the calamity in Montreal to Tim Thomas standing up Barack Obama to the return and rapid fall from grace for Alexander Radulov. It will be a year that some fans try to forget while others look to cherish it More >
By James Owens aka PvtDirt
2012 needs to be a better year financially for the WWE than 2011. The entertainment company only came in at $25,000,000 revenue, which is 50% less than 2010. What’s to blame for this? In many fan’s opinion, this year was the best year entertainment wise since the days where The Rock was active full time. The answer is WWE Studios. WWE Studios is an expansion business off of the WWE that we know. Its drive is movies, starring their superstars, targeting WWE fans as its primary target. Unfortunately, these movies have been busts across the board, More >
By Sean McCafferty aka 30ranfordfan
With the Eastern Conference Final now in the books, I know that we hockey fans have a great Stanley Cup final to look forward to, with the New Jersey Devils taking on the Los Angeles Kings. Both teams have performed admirably throughout the first three rounds of the playoffs, so a series with great goaltending and clutch goal scoring should very much be in the cards. In less than a couple of weeks, we’ll all know which team has won the Stanley Cup. Those of us tuning in will get to see what should only be More >
By Guy Mitchell aka sweetg1
Much has been written about the New Orleans Saints and BountyGate. While nobody asked my opinion, I’m going to offer it. I’m here to help, free of charge!
I’m listing a checklist of items that will put the New Orleans Saints organization back together. Once they hire me to implement the changes, I’ll be sure to report back to you on the progress made.
1.) They must admit their wrongdoing.
We, as a society, are forgiving people, especially in sports. When Andy Pettitte freely stated that he participated in taking steroids and said he was sorry, people forgave him. More >
By Thomas Jenkins aka TJJenkins
Andrew Luck is more than likely going to be the newest member of the “Number One Club”, the exclusive fraternity of players drafted number one overall in the NFL Draft. But, he’s already starting his NFL career off with his name appearing next to the word “Leaf” in headlines. Now, before Colts fans have heart attacks and Chargers fans shake their heads in dismay, no, I’m not talking about former NFL first round pick Ryan Leaf, but instead, about Leaf Trading Cards.
You see, four years ago, Luck, like every other high school hopeful wanting to get More >