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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Leafs' Hyman releases his 3rd children's book

Zach Hyman is living his dream. But the Toronto Maple Leafs winger wants to ensure others get to live theirs. Away from the ice, Hyman writes children’s books. And his message is simple: “Believe and you can achieve.” His latest title, The Magician’s Secret, is Hyman’s third. Illustrated by Joe Bluhm, it’s a paean to the power of imagination — the ...

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Colts' Brissett enjoying Reich's play-calling

Should Indianapolis Colts backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett be called upon to play again in 2018, he’ll do so feeling much better about the offense he finds himself in. Brissett heaped praise on new head coach Frank Reich and can pinpoint the offense’s biggest improvement under the former … NFL | theScore

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Dombrowski: Highly unlikely Red Sox find trade for Hanley

The Boston Red Sox expect to be on the hook for the rest of Hanley Ramirez‘s salary this season. Red Sox president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski said Tuesday he believes it’s highly unlikely the team will find a trade partner for Ramirez after the club designated him for assignment Friday. <… MLB | theScore

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Golden Knights' trusted 4th line ride to rescue in wild Game 1

Marc-André Fleury had a rare off evening in his remarkable playoff run with the extraordinary expansion Vegas Golden Knights. But Fleury’s struggles didn’t matter because the Golden Knights’ fourth line, which includes a Frenchman (Pierre-Édouard Bellemare), a Czech (Tomas Nosek) and a Canadian (Ryan Reaves), rode to the rescue. They played so well that cameras caught Reaves singing along perfectly to Cab Calloway’s Minnie the Moocher while sitting on the bench late in the game.  ...

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