Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday


Guess what dear reader you get an extra dose of Trivia Thursday this week. I neglected to give the answer for last week’s question…so … How did you do with this week’s question? If you answered …Wayne Gretzky …you are correct. The Great One won the league MVP or better known as the Hart MemorialContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday”

Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday…Is a Day Away


Did you Know that Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday is only a day away? So don’t forget to check it out tomorrow…Last week our first one was this question:Johnny Unitas wore number 19 during his time with the Baltimore Colts when he played in the NFL. What Number did he wear in college for the University ofContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday…Is a Day Away”

Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday


    Save the date, here at Smallthoughtsinasportsworld¬† Thursday is trivia Thursday so get ready¬† to test your sports knowledge on the question of that day. The answer will be in a poll question for you to chose of three answers. The correct answer will be posted on Fridays when we post Smallthoughts: Rant ofContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Trivia Thursday”

The Way We see Sports is Changing …And will Continue to Change


I remember looking forward to Wednesdays to get my copy of Sports Illustrated from the newsstand. If I had a subscription then on Tuesday in the mail, but in either case it was must read. It was the ESPN of it’s time and it was where you got your fill of the week’s action inContinue reading “The Way We see Sports is Changing …And will Continue to Change”

Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday … Herb Carnegie


was a Canadian ice hockey player. He was born in Toronto, Ontario to Jamaican parents. He played professional hockey at a time when there was racial discrimination in the NHL that prevented him from playing for the New York Rangers in the 1948-49 season. After his professional hockey career was over, he became a successfulContinue reading “Smallthoughts: Old School Tuesday … Herb Carnegie”