NHL's Ice Babes: Hot Clicks
Whitney and Molly :: Courtesy of the NHL
In case you didn't notice, the NHL season kicked off last week in Europe and the Red Wings look like favorites to repeat as Stanley Cup champs. If you want more analysis, click here. If you want to see ridiculously hot ice girls, including Whitney (Boston) and Molly (Nashville), yesbutnobutyes and The Angry T take a look at hockey's hottest Ice Girls.
We found it pretty funny that it took Michael Phelps about six weeks after the conclusion of the Olympics to finally return home to Baltimore, where he was met with a parade. But at least he has something to show for his post-Olympic partying -- former 2007 Miss California runner-up Nicole Johnson, his latest ladyfriend.
Business Week posted its annual list of sports' most influential people and the top three are who you might expect -- Tiger Woods, Roger Goodell and David Stern. Some other names worth noting -- Phelps (No. 42), Danica Patrick (No. 50), Wayne Gretzky (No. 65) and last but not least, Serena Williams (No. 100).
We often take our north-of-the-border neighbors for granted, but not today. From Pam Anderson to Emanuelle Chiriqui, Unibrow has the 10 hottest Canadian celebrities of all time.
The NFL season may be a mere five weeks old, but the Scores Report already has 32 reasons to love the 2008 football season.
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Which band has been more out of line, Stanford's or Wisconsin's? :: AP, Heinz Kluetmeier/SI
A Stanford vs. Wisconsin Battle of the Bands ... David Hasselhoff's back in wildcat country ... You could be WSU's new scout-team QB ... Seven reasons you should tailgate at LSU.
It's hard to tell if Washington WR Antwaan Randle-El is making fun of coach Jim Zorn's now-famous "hip-hip-hooray" celebration or if he is just really into it.
Only in Japan ...
A soldier returns from a 14-month tour of duty in Iraq ... and is greeted by his dogs.