HSAC caps off its examination of the top modern sports dynasties with the Final Four: 2010s Warriors, 1990s Yankees, 1980s Oilers, and 2010s Patriots.
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To continue our dynasties bracket challenge, we now examine the top NFL and NHL dynasties of the modern era. These teams include the 1990s Cowboys, 2000s Patriots, and Wayne Gretzky's Edmonton Oilers.
The Greatest Dynasties of All Time
Sports fans always debate the best dynasties - Celtics vs. Patriots, Bulls vs. Warriors, Yankees vs. everybody. We've looked at the data, and identified the best of the best across the world of sports.
By Paul Marino The off-season is a time in hockey when teams can make large improvements in order to win more games in the following year. One way to do this, and probably the most notable, is through the player movement that...
What Are The Chances Of One City Winning At Least Three Out of Four Titles In The Same Year?
By Andrew Puopolo With the Boston Bruins set to take on the St. Louis Blues for the Stanley Cup Finals tonight, Boston is on the verge of being the first city since Detroit in 1935 to hold at least three of the four major...
Examining the NBA and NHL Playoff Formats; Are They Really That Unfair?
By Andrew Puopolo In recent years, the formats for the playoffs in both the NBA and NHL have come under increasing scrutiny. In the NBA, there have been numerous complaints about the imbalance of the two conferences. An...
By Andrew Puopolo Tonight, the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin when the Columbus Blue Jackets head to Florida to take on the President’s trophy winners Tampa Bay Lightning. The Lightning are heavy favorites to win the Stanley Cup...
How Much Correlation Between Seasons Is There in Each Major North American Sports League?
By Andrew Puopolo Last week, I wrote a piece about parity in the NFL. Many of the comments on that article claimed that since 5 out of the 6 NFC playoff teams differed from a year ago, there was plenty of parity in the NFL...
By Andrew Puopolo Last December, I attended an NHL game at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ between Metropolitan Division rivals New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers. The Devils jumped out to a quick 2-0 lead and then in...
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2017: A (Somewhat) Statistical Review
By Danny Blumenthal and Andrew Puopolo As 2017 comes to an end, we look back at the milestones and moments that made this sports year memorable, and also some weird moments that made it unique. NFL Football 1.) The New England...