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Justin Cuthbert and Julian McKenzie discuss the scathing comments Tkachuk aimed at Lemieux after an incident between the two ended in a bite.
The Rangers went big to secure the first top-level shortstop to sign in a loaded class.
Jeff Gorton will take over the reins and lead the search for a bilingual general manager.
If Kane goes unclaimed through the 24-hour window, he will be sent down to the AHL.
Goran Dragic will be away from the Raptors for an undetermined amount of time to deal with a personal matter.
Justin Cuthbert and Julian McKenzie wonder what ails Matt Murray, whose days appear numbered with the Ottawa Senators with two-plus seasons remaining on his deal.
The Bucks added more depth down low on Sunday afternoon.
Jennifer Jones defeated Tracy Fleury 6-5 in the women's final at Canada's Olympic curling trials to secure a berth at the Beijing Games.
Joe Buck has jokes, everyone.
Brady Tkachuk told anyone who would hear it how he felt about the incident.
Thanks to Jalen Reagor, the Eagles lost back-to-back games to the Giants for the first time in 13 years.
The Raptors have the tools, it’s just up to them to put the pieces together.
The Blue Jays have reportedly added a reliable reliever to their bullpen.
Kanter will also reportedly become a U.S. citizen on Monday.
Scott Mellanby has resigned from his role as the assistant general manager of the Montreal Canadiens.
DENVER (AP) — Rookie Patrick Surtain II picked off Justin Herbert twice, returning the second one 70 yards for a touchdown and sparking the Denver Broncos' 28-7 win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday. The Broncos' big win sets up a showdown for the AFC West lead next weekend in Kansas City, where the game between Denver (6-5) and the Chiefs (7-4) already was flexed to Sunday night. Surtain's first interception came in the end zone on a pass intended for tight end Jared Cook early in the fou
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 26 points and 13 rebounds and the Milwaukee Bucks extended their winning streak to seven, routing the Indiana Pacers 118-100 on Sunday night. The Bucks led by five at halftime and pulled away with a 39-27 third quarter. Guard Jrue Holiday scored 11 of his 23 points in the quarter. Much like the surging Bucks, who improved to 13-8, Holiday has been hot in averaging 19.7 points in the last four victories. He also had nine assists and seven rebounds aga
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indianapolis Colts coach Frank Reich knew immediately what the problem was Sunday. So did quarterback Carson Wentz. Five turnovers, four in the second half, and abandoning their run-first approach proved too much to overcome against the defending Super Bowl champions. “Ultimately, when you make that many mistakes against a good football team, it's going to come back and haunt you," Reich said moments after Tampa Bay rallied for a 38-31 victory. The ramifications from this los
Kirk Cousins had a moment he'd like to forget.
BALTIMORE (AP) — Ravens defensive tackle Calais Campbell is inactive for Sunday night's game against Cleveland. Campbell missed practice this week because of a concussion, and his absence is a blow to Baltimore in this matchup against the NFL's top-ranked rushing offense. The Browns activated running back Kareem Hunt (calf) and right tackle Jack Conklin (elbow) from injured reserve. Receiver Marquise Brown (thigh) is active for the Ravens after missing last weekend’s win at Chicago. In addition