6:16 AM EDT, Sat August 30, 2014
The Ledger 4 hours ago

Brown's Steady Hand Guides Red Devils

A steady job by transfer quarterback Dexter Brown, field goals of 46 and 36 yards by Junior Mata and offensive help from defensive backs powered Kathleen to a 27-3, lightning-shortened victory over St. Lucie West Centennial on Friday night at Johnny Johnson Stadium.
The Ledger 5 hours ago

Short and Sloppy Victory: Fort Meade 7, Mulberry 0

Junior running back Tyler King scored from 2 yards out with 2:55 left in the first quarter as Fort Meade held on to a game called short because of lightning against Mulberry on Friday night.
Charlotte Observer 10 hours ago

Carolina Hurricanes’ Eric Staal glad to be back on the ice

Carolina Hurricanes captain Eric Staal showed no lingering effects from offseason surgery during an informal workout Friday at Raleigh Center Ice.

Cubs not bringing Kris Bryant up from Triple-A Iowa

ST. LOUIS --The Twittersphere began buzzing Friday afternoon about a call-up of Cubs’ third base prospect Kris Bryant, but it turned out to be nothing more than idle speculation.
Chicago Tribune 10 hours ago

Cubs not bringing Kris Bryant up from Triple-A Iowa

ST. LOUIS --The Twittersphere began buzzing Friday afternoon about a call-up of Cubs’ third base prospect Kris Bryant, but it turned out to be nothing more than idle speculation.

Better entertainer: Bergeron or Marchand?

Fresh off winning his second Selke Trophy in three years, Bruins assistant captain Patrice Bergeron is renowned for being one of the NHL's best two-way players, but did you know that he's a talented performer off the ice? Bergeron is on the cover of the "NHL 15" video game, and as part of game-maker EA Sports' marketing campaign, the typically low-key Canadian recites a poem, "Feelings," about his love of the game of hockey. It's must-watch stuff, check it out: Meanwhile, it probably comes as no surprise that Bergeron's teammate, B's agitator Brad Marchand, is also an entertaining artist...
LA Kings Insider 12 hours ago

Now, where were we?

Hello! LA Kings Insider has returned to full functionality and the such. A handful of major stories broke during my vacation last year – Ron Hextall left the organization, Rob Blake joined the organization, Dustin Brown signed an extension, Daniel Carcillo was acquired and the schedule was released – so I effectively learned to schedule my time off during August instead of July. There really wasn’t much Kings news over the last two weeks, and really, this off-season has been for the most part low-key and the antithesis of the steady stream of eyebrow-lifting news coming from Los...
Los Angeles Times 14 hours ago

Venus Williams loses to Sara Errani at U.S. Open

Venus Williams was eliminated Friday in the U.S. Open women’s singles, in a three-set match that was strange and compelling.
Los Angeles Times 14 hours ago

Athletics decide not to protest controversial call in loss to Angels

The Oakland Athletics decided not to file a formal protest of a controversial obstruction call in the ninth inning of Thursday night’s game in Angel Stadium, meaning the Angels’ 4-3, 10-inning victory will stand.
Los Angeles Times 15 hours ago

Josh Shaw case: LAPD investigating possible domestic violence

Los Angeles police said Friday they were investigating whether USC football player Josh Shaw and his girlfriend were involved in a domestic violence incident last weekend.
Los Angeles Times 15 hours ago

Tony Stewart calls fatal incident one of his 'toughest tragedies'

A somber Tony Stewart, his voice cracking at times, said Friday that the incident in which his car struck and killed 20-year-old fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr. "has been one of the toughest tragedies I've ever had to deal with."

Ducks to play Sharks in 2 rookie games

A team of Ducks prospects will play their San Jose Sharks counterparts in two local ''Futures Game'' exhibitions next month. The teams will play Sept. 13 at Anaheim Ice at 6 p.m., then Sept. 14 at Honda center at 5 p.m. General-admission tickets for...

MacTavish justifies pricey one-year extension for Justin Schultz, cites “Norris Trophy potential”

The long-standing contract discussions with Justin Schultz are finally over, or should I say are back on hold for a few months after the Edmonton Oilers agreed with their top-scoring defenceman to a one-year extension.The signing, reported as imminent by …
CSN Washington 17 hours ago

2014-15 NHL team previews: New York Islanders

Can the Islanders close out Nassau Coliseum in style and return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs?
Boston Globe 17 hours ago

NHL 15 Cover Boy Patrice Bergeron Shares His 'Feelings' in a New Poem

Here’s NHL 15 cover boy Patrice Bergeron pushing the new EA Sports video game that bears his likeness with a sweet poem about “Feelings.”

NHL Player News

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  • 1 Johnny Boychuk

    Johnny Boychuk

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    Eric Staal

    Carolina Hurricanes’ Eric Staal glad to be back on the ice

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