The NBA playoffs are fine, but if you really want the best entertainment, the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs are the way to go and here are the top 10 reasons why.
After a quiet six weeks after the Super Bowl ended and the beginning of March Madness, sports fans are about to be overwhelmed with a number of sports to choose to watch on their televisions.
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March Madness is underway and the next three weeks are going to be full of college basketball, buzzer-beaters, busted brackets and Cinderella stories. That will take us to Opening Day in Major League Baseball where every team and fan base, including the Chicago Cubs, has hope that this is the year they win it all.
A little more than a week after Opening Night between the Cubs and St. Louis Cardinals is the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the NHL that is scheduled to begin a few days after the regular season ends on April 11. One week after the NHL drops the puck on their postseason, the NBA begins their postseason on April 18.
For the next six weeks the NHL and NBA playoffs are competing against each other for viewers as teams are competing for championships, but which league has the better postseason?
It’s a no-brainer, it’s the Stanley Cup Playoffs and here are 10 reasons why the NHL playoffs are better than the NBA’s.