Q&A: Philip Pritchard, the Keeper of the Stanley Cup

Erin McCarthy

When he’s not squiring the Cup around, Philip Pritchard is the Vice President and Curator of the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.

The Dog Who Saved the World Cup for England

Ethan Trex

Although England's Geoff Hurst booted four goals to lead the home team to victory, the real hero of the 1966 World Cup was an English pooch named Pickles.

Sir Barton: How the First Triple Crown Winner Wound Up in the Army

Ethan Trex

The strange life of the first horse to win the Derby, Preakness, and Belmont.

On This Date in 1974, Cleveland's "Ten Cent Beer Night" Went Horribly Wrong

Jason Plautz

“There was no question that beer played a great part in the affair.”

22 Things You Might Not Know About the Stanley Cup

Sean Hutchinson

Who is this Lord Stanley anyway?

25 Things Hiding in Sports Logos

Rebecca OConnell

We've looked at hidden messages in corporate logos before. Here are some examples from the world of sports, some more obvious than others.

Soccer's Long History as America's Sport of the Future

Aaron Gordon

NHL Expansion and Relocation, 1942-Present

Rebecca OConnell

From the Original Six to the current 30 teams.

8 Other Pro Sports Teams That Changed Their Nicknames

Scott Allen

The Charlotte Bobcats will become the Hornets next season, uniting the Queen City's current NBA team with its old nickname.

3 Animals on the Baseball Field

Hannah Keyser

Back in the 1880s, one clever Phillies fan enlisted carrier pigeons to keep his colleagues at work updated with the latest scores. But other critters haven’t always been that welcome at the ballpark.