The Islanders will welcome back their legendary players, whose retired numbers hang in the rafters, for one last curtain call. At those games, fans who purchase “Tradition on Ice” tickets will take home a commemorative mini-locker for each player.
With the holiday season right around the corner, you can be sure that these are going to be a popular gift for kids and sports fans of all ages.
This Monday, as a tribute to Giants Hall of Fame defensive end Michael Strahan being inducted into the team’s Ring of Honor, Umberto’s is having an event called “Pizza With A Purpose.”
Saturday is more than just a game against New Zealand. It’s about how far the sport has come in the United States.
The local NFL season hasn’t been very enjoyable. But in the Bronx, there’s a football team that is having a terrific season and appears to be headed for another trip to the playoffs.
After chatting with WFAN co-hosts Boomer & Carton in studio, he spent some time at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan to visit with pediatric patients at the Lerner Children’s Pavilion.
Without question, Raul is going to help the Cosmos sell tickets. He just might also help build momentum for the franchise’s proposal to build a soccer-specific stadium next to Belmont Park.
All in all, this terrific book for young readers is a fun journey that combines sports, statistics and financial literacy.
“He would not have had to call four times (for the video),” said Jerry Izenberg, a longtime Star-Ledger columnist and the author of the new book, “Rozelle: A Biography.”
While Islanders fans thought they had seen the last of the infamous logo, it’s coming back — for one night only.
Concussions continue to be a huge topic of conversation in sports, particularly as it pertains to football.
Making history will be easier said than done against Manny Pacquiao, who brings a 56-4-3 record into the fight on Nov. 22. But the Huntington native says he’s up to the task.
“I think the tough part is to have to criticize players,” says the retired safety. “I’m starting to get used to it. I’m starting to have fun with it.”
Beautiful arena, decent commute. Now the bad news: Barclays Center holds 15,795 fans for hockey, and not all of those seats offer an ideal view of the ice.
With a financial background that includes 20 years in investment banking, Scott Butera takes over a sports league that has enjoyed success but also has the potential for growth.