The USWNT won the 2015 World Cup in Canada, which turned out to be both a blessing and a curse for the NWSL. On the positive side, the victory drove an increase in interest and attendance for the league. Americans across the country learned that they could watch those world champion players in person… Continue reading Tracking the Courage During the FIFA Break
The New York Cosmos are the team that everyone in the NASL just loves to hate. Why? Well to be frank, it's because they're good. Since joining the league in 2013 the Cosmos have won 3 out of 4 championships. It's a love/hate relationship and most of the time we lean towards hate. It was… Continue reading North Carolina FC Falls To The Cosmos 1-0
Many have been hesitant in their expectations of Victor Rask. Is he a 1st or 2nd line center in the making? Is he just a really good player that would be a 3rd liner on most other teams? Seems like the Canes already have one of those. When Rask signed his six-year, $24 million… Continue reading Victor Rask’s Contract: Yay or Nay?
Yuri's Season is Over Bad news for the Courage comes on the eve of their game against Boston: Japanese international Yuri Kawamura has suffered a right ACL and meniscus tear, ending her inaugural season with the team. The injury occurred when Kawamura collided with Alyssa Mautz in the 32nd minute of the loss to Chicago… Continue reading Courage’s Yuri Kawamura Suffers ACL Tear
North Carolina FC will face the Dynamo for the second time in the 2017 US Open Cup (this time the MLS squad out of Houston) after blazing past the Charlotte Independence 4-1 last night. Bolstered by a starting lineup that most fans would expect to see in league play, and what must have been a… Continue reading North Carolina FC Knocks Off the Charlotte Independence 4-1
When: Saturday, May 27th @ 4pm Where: Toyota Park, Bridgeview IL Watch: go90 app or go90.com Preview On Saturday the first-place North Carolina Courage will close out their grueling week of soccer with a chance to avenge their 3-1 loss against the second-place Chicago Red Stars. The Red Stars hold the upper-hand in terms of rest… Continue reading Match Preview: Revenge in Chicago
The Carolina Hurricanes will pick twelfth in one of the most uncertain NHL drafts in recent memory. Unlike the last two drafts, which gifted us Connor McDavid and Auston Matthews, this year's class does not have a clear overall pick. Pundits cannot even reach a consensus on what player will take the draft's highest honor —… Continue reading Canes’ Draft: It’s a Mixed Bag