Author: Dante Coppola

Patriots Explored Potential Gilmore Trades During Offseason

The New England Patriots future has remained uncertain following losses in the offseason. A rebuild was a potential path they could’ve taken, and they definitely gave that option a thought. The greatest proof of this are reports that claim the Patriots explored trades involving Stephon Gilmore. Gilmore’s contract ends after 2021, meaning they don’t have to trade […]

Bruins Sign Massachusetts Native Matt Filipe

The Boston Bruins have signed college forward Matt Filipe to an entry-level contract. The deal will keep Filipe under contract through the 2021-22 season. The Carolina Hurricanes originally selected Filipe in the third round of the 2016 Draft. The Bruins were able to sign Filipe because the Hurricanes failed to sign him prior to the 5 p.m. deadline on August 15. […]

How The Red Sox Should Navigate the Trade Deadline

Despite the already low expectations, the Red Sox still have far underperformed. Batters that would normally dominate are average at best. Pitchers that started the season out hot have since cooled down. Here is what Boston should do at the August 31 trade deadline. J.D. Martinez Needs To Go There is a lot to discuss […]

Patriots Training Camp Battles to Watch

NFL training camp is underway, with teams transitioning to padded practices over the next week. Despite limited time to make decisions this year, there are still plenty of battles to keep an eye on. Quarterback Probably the least surprising pick on this list, the quarterback battle could decide how the season goes. On one side […]

Pros and Cons of a Reduced NFL Preseason

The NFL preseason has been cut in half this year due to complications arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. This has unsurprisingly produced mixed reactions from fans and team personnel alike. Here are two pros and two cons following the decision to shorten the preseason. Con: More Difficult to Analyze Players For coaches, executives and journalists […]

How The NHL’s Salary Cap Could Look Over The Next Few Years

The impact of COVID-19 on the sports world has been talked about to the point of exhaustion. The greatest impact will probably be on each league’s salary cap. But it seems that the NHL may be better off in this regard compared to what is expected for the other major sports leagues in America. The […]