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OK hockey fans, the 2012 NHL Playoffs start tonight! This year the race for first place in the league was closer than it’s ever been. 10 teams tallied more than 100 points in the regular season and it’s anyone’s guess who will win the Stanley Cup Finals… actually who are we kidding, everyone knows the Pittsburgh Penguins are unstoppable.
Brittney Griner is the new Queen of the Hardwood Floors as she dominated the College basketball World with a 2012 National NCAA title and the first perfect 40-0 season ever with Baylor University.
Anthony Davis only made one basket out of ten shots, but he was the biggest reason why the Kentucky Wildcats won the NCAA Basketball Championship in New Orleans against the Kansas Jayhawks.
April is a great month for sports. The NHL and NBA seasons are both coming to an end and everyone is excited for the playoffs. Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer seasons have just started and everyone is excited for the sun to come around so we can all spend a lazy Sunday afternoon at the ball game.
67 teams have been narrowed down to the final four at the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. On the women’s side, it’s down to the final two. Let’s take a look at the teams and who will be crowned champions.
Hockey is such a team sport that sometimes it’s not easy to recognize all the great individuals on the ice. But every now and then, someone shines in the spotlight. Here are some of the greatest individual moments in the history of the NHL.
Why does everyone love the underdog? The underdog usually gets tons of support from sports fans and sports media, and the bigger the underdog, the bigger the hype! When David beats Goliath, heroes are born, headlines are printed, and sometimes even movies are made.
Coming off his best season ever, Phil Kessel is one of the leading scorers of the NHL. Phil’s great shot and blazing speed has landed him in the top 10 players in the NHL and he’s trying to get the Toronto Maple Leafs back into the playoffs for the first time in almost 10 years.
The 2012 NCAA Basketball tournament is all set for blast off. 68 teams have earned their spot in the famous Final Four bracket... have you filled out your guesses yet? Here is a little March Madness preview to help you get up to date on your college hoops!
Sports are supposed to be fun, but not all the time. Unfortunately some people take some things a little bit too far and it ruins the games for the rest of us. Here are Kidzworld’s Top 10 Things Wrong With Sports.
It’s a new month and March is everyone’s favorite time of the year. The NHL and NBA playoffs are approaching and every game is a crucial two points. And of course it’s March Madness, the most exciting sports tournament full of single game knockouts, Cinderella stories and last second buzzers beaters. Here is Kidzworld’s March 2012 Sports Preview!
Who is the most popular player in the NBA right now? Jeremy Lin!!! What? Who? That’s right! There’s no doubt about it but an undrafted point guard from Harvard, #17 Jeremy Lin, has climbed the ranks from the New York Knicks bench warmer to a starting international superstar sensation.
The 2012 NBA All-Star weekend in Orlando, Florida was so jam-packed with entertainment, Disney World reported their lowest numbers in years! From Friday night’s Shaq vs Chuck Rising Stars’ Showdown to Sunday’s All-Star game, the NBA’s All-Star Weekend had more ups and downs than Magic Mountain Roller Coaster!
Jeremy Abbott began skating when he was only two years old, but it was after watching a figure skating performance by Olympic Gold Medalist when he was only 4 that inspired him to become what he is today… a member of the 2010 U.S. Olympic team.
Sometimes the Super Bowl commercials are more entertaining than the game. Well it's pretty important that they are as captivating as possible because those companies advertising during this year's Super Bowl were paying 2.6 million dollars for a 30-second ad space. Here are the 2012 top 10 Superbowl Commercials
Super Bowl XLVI belongs to the New York Giants after they stuck it to the New England Patriots… again. It was a rematch of Super Bowl XLII and this year had a very similar result… Eli Manning sneaking the Giants into the lead late in the game giving Tom Brady no chance for his 3rd Super Bowl victory.
It’s February and the Super Bowl is upon us, but don’t let the hype get to you. Basketball, hockey and soccer are also heating up this month.
Just when you thought tennis was getting boring, the 2012 Australian Open brings forth the most exciting tennis match ever… 6 hours long!!! Catch 22… how can anyone stand to watch something 6 hours long? It’s best just to read about it here on Kidzworld.
Ever heard of a young football player named Robert Griffin… the third? Well he just won the NCAA College Football Heisman Trophy and has been called “the most interesting man in football.”
Power forward for the Vancouver Canucks, Ryan Kesler is becoming one of the big names in the NHL. Ryan is definitely a star in Vancouver where he carried the Canucks on his back to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2011. Let’s find out how this glamorous dude became such a big hockey star!