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Ice hockeys beginning is a little uncertain. It has been tracked back to an Irish game known as hurley by some historical annalists. Others depict ice hockey as having derived from Lacrosse and field games that were played by Nova Scotia's Micmac Indians. Still others claim that hockey evolved in Northern Europe. At any rate, it is quite likely that ice hockey came into being from different early games played with a stick and a ball. A more definitive history of hockey can start from the mid 1800's.    ...

Rutgers and New Jersey (later known as Princeton) faced off in what is considered to be the first American football game ever played on Nov. 6, 1869. The game took place in New Brunswick, New Jersey, with an audience of about 100 on hand, according to Rutgers. Rutgers won 6-4. The game’s rules were far different than they are today. The teams were made up of 25 players and the goal of the game was to kick the ball in the opponent’s goal. Aside from kicking, players were allowed to...

In 1949, after a damaging three-year battle to win both players and fans, the rival Basketball Association of America (BAA) and National Basketball League (NBL) merge to form the National Basketball Association (NBA). The BAA incorporated in 1946, challenging the hegemony of the nine-year old NBL. The BAA established itself in bigger cities than the NBL, which existed only in small Midwestern cities like Fort Wayne, Sheboygan and Akron. While the NBL held its games in small gymnasiums, the upstart BAA played its games in large major-market arenas such as...

On April 25, 1976 at Dodger Stadium, Rick Monday of the Chicago Cubs, grabbed and secured the American flag from two individuals as they were attempting to burn our flag in the middle of the playing field. It was an outstanding display of American Patriotism. Due to the numerous references to 'allah' and insistence that their chairs be faced in a certain direction while being questioned, the two, a father and his son, were described to be muslims by several security personnel including an off duty police officer in attendance...

Does your place of work have a morning routine? Do you? Me, personally... I meditate for about 30 minutes, drink coffee, make breakfast for my oldest son and take him to school. On my way back from school, I listen to a book (through an audible account) and finish off my morning with making breakfast for my wife. I then head over to the office and continue listening to my book. It's about a 35 minute journey. Each of us has a routine. Whether we know or acknowledge it or...

We are very product to bring you some of the latest designs and styles in Licensed Sports Apparel. Our days are busy with looking through thousands of styles and designs that various manufacturers offer and selecting the very best and latest for you. Because we know what it means to be passionate about your team and about your sport... So here is the basic outline of the process of how these products end up in your hands: Step 1: Look through the thousands of products that are potentially going to...

Hallmark Home & Family's tailgating and sports expert Kym Douglas just did an expose on Sports Giveaways!I'm quite surprised by what she said...Check out this video to see Hallmark Home and Family's Kym Douglas and her Tailgating tips!     She even gives a reason about why SportsGiveaways.net is one of the best places to shop for sports merchandise and apparel. Talks soon, Sam Marshal We are your biggest fan. support@sportsgiveaways.net 646-314-0005

On November 6, 1869, Rutgers and Princeton played what was billed as the first college football game. However, it wasn't until the 1880s that a great rugby player from Yale, Walter Camp, pioneered rules changes that slowly transformed rugby into the new game of American Football. First Football Broadcast The University of Detroit Stadium hosted the first broadcasted Thanksgiving Day football game in 1934, pitting the Detroit Lions against the Chicago Bears and sparking a new tradition.   The sport we in the United States know as football is more...