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Daily Archives: 29th May 2018

Caps' Tom Wilson escapes suspension for late hit on Marchessault

Tom Wilson has escaped the long arm of the NHL law. This time at least. The Washington Capitals forward found himself in hot water for the second time in these playoffs after levelling Vegas star Jonathan Marchessault with a questionable open-ice hit during Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. Wilson was up to his old tricks in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup ...

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NBA podcast: Warriors-Cavaliers IV Finals preview

Welcome to the Pound the Rock podcast, a weekly NBA show hosted by William Lou, Joseph Casciaro, and Joe Wolfond. Find the show on iTunes, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. Topics for this week’s bonus Finals preview show include: <… NBA | theScore

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Which new head coach will win the most games in 2018?

The NFL’s coaching carousel is a never-ending ride as front offices around the league are constantly looking to reenergize their respective teams. This offseason, seven new head coaching gigs were handed out, meaning almost a quarter of the league is under new stewardship. So, out of the five rookie head coaches, Pat Shurmur (did you forget his time with the ...

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Cora backs Price: 'If that's soft, give me 5 soft guys'

One day after Boston Red Sox left-hander David Price sarcastically told reporters that he’s the “softest guy in the clubhouse,” manager Alex Cora came to his defense. “He took a line drive yesterday off the chest or whatever and he kept pitching. He shows up every five days, man. And he competes,… MLB | theScore

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Cora: Mookie (side) unlikely to return until Thurs.

BOSTON — Left side tightness kept Red Sox star right fielder Mookie Betts out of the starting lineup for a third straight day on Tuesday night against the Blue Jays, and the expectation is that Betts won’t return until Boston’s four-game series in Houston, which starts on Thursday. “He went out, he ran, but we’re staying away from him today,” ...

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McMurray: Ganassi teams should contend for wins “in less than a month”

Chip Ganassi Racing has been the most consistently performing of the Chevrolet NASCAR Cup Series teams this season but still lacks a victory. Kyle Larson already has two runner-up finishes in the first 13 races and led the most laps at Kansas before finishing fourth. Larson’s teammate, Jamie McMurray, had his best race of the year Sunday night in the ...

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