For the second year in a row YOU get to decide who is on the cover of EA Sports' NHL game! Last year, for NHL 13 you voted for Philadelphia Flyers' Claude Giroux to be the coverboy -- who will you pick this year? More »
On June 22, Pittsburgh was flooded with hockey analysts and general mangers when commissioner Gary Bettman was booed up to the podium at the Console Energy Center. He cleared his throat before announcing who the Edmonton Oilers had selected with the first overall pick (the third straight year they’ve had that pick) in the NHL Draft.More »
Hold on to your seats! The SI Kids IN YOUR FACE 3D App is throwing you right into the action. You don’t have to be a sports fan to appreciate the exciting 3D photographs that jump out from your iPad. Based on the popular book, these 3D photos will truly make you feel like you’re part of the game. Get ready to catch a pass from Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning, block a shot with NBA star Carlos Boozer, and cruise down a mountain with Olympic snowboarders.
Usually at the end of a long day at the SI Kids office, I head home to pop open an ice-cold can of RC Cola, kick my legs up on the couch and watch sports all night on TV. But tonight is the rarest of nights. That’s right folks, check your TV schedule… there is absolutely no major American sports on the air tonight.
With NBA free agency underway, everyone’s busy following LeBron James’s every move. We're hearing a lot about King James: who he’s meeting with, what he’s wearing, and what he’s eating for lunch.
But another league also kicked off its free agency period: the National Hockey League!
Your favorite hockey team may have gotten a lot better over the past few days. Here’s a recap of some of the biggest moves that have gone down...More »
We discuss Stephen Strasburg, 2010 MLB draft picks, the Chicago Blackhawks and the World Cup!Subscribe to SI Kids RADIO on iTunes More »
Hockey players can be crazy. Their fans may just be crazier.
Take Rich Young for example. Young loves the Chicago Blackhawks (and if you've been listening to SI Kids RADIO lately, you know I do too). But even I am not crazy enough about Chicago's hockey team, which currently sits one win away from their first Stanley Cup victory in 49 years, to do what Young did in his front yard...More »