Posts Tagged ‘NHL Winter Classic’

Winter Sports Time

By David Jacobs | November 3rd, 2013

This week, sports fans have been buzzing now that the NBA has officially kicked off. This week, the official NBA season began on Tuesday night with the must see matchup between the defending NBA champions, the Miami Heat and the Chicago Bulls. Now that the first came of the season has officially taken place, the season is officially underway. After the world series came to a close this week, with the Boston Red Sox coming out on This season, fans will once again be looking to the Miami Heat to see if they can come out on top again for the season. Other big teams to watch this year will be the Chicago Bulls, the San Antonio Spurs and the Oklahoma City Thunder, among others. All week, different teams will be hosting their own opening night events, with several opening games being held this Friday November 1st. On November 1st, teams such as Charlotte, Orlando, Atlanta, and Boston will all be hosting their own opening night events. Tickets for these games and for games throughout the rest of the season are available now to the public.

Sports And Concerts Update

By David Jacobs | May 18th, 2013

This week there were a number of big announcements in the world of sports. With the 2013 NBA basketball season coming to a close, the official conference playoffs will be held this coming week. The Eastern Conference playoff match ups are still waiting to be announced, while the Western Conference will be featuring a matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and the Memphis Grizzlies. Tickets for the conference finals are on sale now and available to the public for those who want to see the conference NBA championships in person and to see who will make it to the professional basketball championships.

In other sports news, the NHL Winter Classic made its own announcement this week as well. Due to the 2013 NHL lockout the January 1st games that was slated to take place between the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs. However, the NHL will be rescheduling the matchup for New Year’s Day of 2014. The event will be billed as the NHL Winter Classic and will pit the teams against each other at the University of Michigan. The NHL is hoping that the event will help them set the world record for attendance at a hockey game. Tickets for the event will be going on sale this month.