2018 has been an incredible year, especially for the sports fans. Winter Olympics went by with Norway making a new record and the World Cup with France’s young players hitting a new show! Considering the professional rankings, some American teams won their first-ever championships, and the college champions have rocked this year too!
Which Team Gave in their Best & Worst Show? (For all 2018 Games)
With all due respect of the players who have contributed for the game, I have made a list of the team that has given their best and the worst in 2018. Let’s put everything into one bucket, and check out which game or team seems to last for a longer time from now. Our main focus would be the ones with game-by-game Elo ratings and predictions.
(The soccer data is only available just for the 2016 games, so we can’t include them in our article too.)
Best Team of the year 2018
The best team of 2018 is Boston Red Sox. After their major World Series win in October, they were mainly in talks as being the best teams of the year. They made a total win of 103 regular season games, along with making an 11-3 record against American League and also beating the 92-win Dodgers team at the Fall Classic.
There are a few teams that fall close to the best and worst teams still these two holds the highest score and ranking. Coming to the Worst Team-
Worst Team of 2018
It’s the Baltimore Orioles who gave in their worst performance being the 6th worst season since 2000! If you weren’t aware of how bad some teams have played in 2018, then you should check out the gaming scores and statistics to know them better. No other team was as worse than the 47-win Baltimore.
There you go! That’s how the gaming and scores went by in 2018! We shall update more info about the matches, and player insights in the coming posts.
Drew Doughty from the LA Kings was one among the many NHLers practicing at the Budweiser Gardens, London. The skating and the tournaments are all growing with different games and opportunities lined up for them. We shall find them out!
Drew Doughty with his Hometown Hockey Tournament [Latest Updates]
The players in the minor atom division who are playing for Drew Doughty’s AAA tournament gets a custom-made NHL’19 video game along with a London Star on the covering. Also, the winners of the major atom get a signed LA Kings jersey with the sign of the NHL defensemen on the same.
Drew’s father Paul Doughty says, most of the players go for the video games in the first place, and then they target the jersey for the next time. While the other which keeps the attraction of the people is how we keep on doing different things.
Coming to the tournament invitations, it was carried out in support of Ronald McDonald’s house – which is something highly regarded in North America.
A total of 34 teams have been made, and they will be competing in three divisions. All these divisions are named after the hockey honors that Drew has won – Stanley, Olympic, and Norris.
Paul adds, ‘We will set up a banquet that could easily fit 1000 people, and many of these minor atom kids are going to attend it. The game is going to be really special for them, so it’s better to make it more memorable for them’.
While the London teams have been handling their game and duties pretty well. 3 out of the 4 Champions till now have the Jr. Knights, and so not many of the trophies have left out of the city. There’s a charity department too, where a lot of children are taken care of, who are away from their families. Cargill, which is associated with the Ronald McDonald is currently the title sponsor!
The Winter Olympics just got winded up, and now we are heading towards the 2020 Tokyo Olympics! This game is going to be one of a kind, with all great athletes from all across the world meeting up together in one place. We can expect better technology setups, more improved games, and definitely more refined players making way to a glorified stage.
7 Reasons on Why You Should Not Miss on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics!
Following are the quick reasons, and some serious reasons for why you should not Miss the 2020 mascot of Tokyo Olympics by any chance. Like, if you are getting the chance- don’t miss it.
1. The Frequent Gaming Host
Japan is the third most frequently chosen place for the Olympics where the U.S is lying only on the Ninth and France being on the sixth position. Get all set for some Olympic action and enjoy the game till the wee hours of the morning.
2. Tokyo, the Safest place in the whole world!
Be it the digital security, women safety, and healthcare – Tokyo is the best of all.
3. Baseball and the Softball will be back.
Do you remember baseball and the softball use in the games? After missing out in the 2012 and 2016 Olympic games, the IOC has introduced them back in the Olympics.
4. Olympic Swimming now enters the Post- Michael Phelps phase
Though Michael has hung down the goggles, you never know when he wishes to put them back. This game is going to be a Phelps-free game which is going to happen after 1996!
5. Skateboarding now gets an entry to Olympics!
It will possibly have Shaun White on the tow. This won’t be a much costly setup like the X-games, still, it’s going to be special.
6. Simone Biles makes a come-back.
Simone is back in action and is all set to defend all the golds she has won.
7. Russia is making a return to the Olympics
After being banned for running a state-sponsored doping program, Russia is likely to return for the Tokyo Olympics.
So, these are the facts, well the #Top7 Reasons on what makes the Tokyo 2020 Olympics so special and not-to-miss kind!