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Anze Kopitar Injury: Updates on Kings Center's Upper Body and Return

Los Angeles Kings center Anze Kopitar suffered an upper-body injury during Tuesday’s game against the St. Louis Blues, according to Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times. Continue for updates. Kopitar Unlikely To Return vs. Blues Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary

Chris Kelly Injury: Updates on Bruins Forward's Leg Surgery and Recovery

Boston Bruins forward Chris Kelly left Tuesday night's game against the Dallas Stars with a leg injury following an awkward fall on his opening shift. Continue for updates. Kelly Diagnosed with Left Femur Fracture, Out 6-8 Months Tuesday, Nov. Show More Summary

Forgotten Phenom Nathan MacKinnon Trying to Regain Golden-Boy Status

Remember Nathan MacKinnon ? The next great prodigy of the NHL, the kid from the same hometown as Sidney Crosby who would soon make No. 87 and others seem as outdated in the ranks of NHL superstars as that America Online CD-ROM stillShow More Summary

Daily Fantasy Hockey 2015: DraftKings NHL Optimal Lineup for November 3

Another jammed mid-week slate of NHL games awaits entering Tuesday night, providing one of the best early-season opportunities to rack up winnings on DraftKings. With nine games on tap, well over half of the league is available to choose from, and there are plenty of mouth-watering matchups that have the ice tilted one way or another. Show More Summary

Kansas City Royals Pack The Streets For World Series Parade

It has been 30 since the Kansas City Royals won their first championship and today the Royals will parade throughout the streets of Kansas in front of thousands of fans to celebrate their 2015 World Series championship win. The Kansas...Show More Summary

Darryl Sydor Rejoining Wild as Assistant Coach: Latest Details and Reaction

Former NHL defenseman Darryl Sydor is set to rejoin the Minnesota Wild as an assistant coach after two months away from the organization following an August drunken-driving arrest. Chad Graff of the Pioneer Press noted Sydor will be worked back into his duties gradually and won't take road trips with the team at the outset. Show More Summary

Blue Jays Exercise 2016 Options On Bautista, Encarnacion, Dickey

The Toronto Blue Jays have officially exercised their 2016 contract options on Jose Bautista, R.A. Dickey and Edwin Encarnacion less than 24 hours after Mark Shapiro was introduced as the club’s new president and CEO. All-star Bautista will earn 14 million next season and Encarnacion will make $10 million. Show More Summary

NHL Rumors: Hottest Trade Talk Regarding Cam Fowler, Dennis Wideman and More

While the 2015-16 NHL regular season is still young, trade talk is seemingly beginning to heat up now that teams have a better idea of where they stand with regard to their current rosters. There is plenty of time for teams that started...Show More Summary

Antoine Douglas Looks to Solidify Contender Status

One of the most satisfying aspects of following boxing closely is watching prospects develop into contenders. Since 2001, the Shobox series on Showtime has played a critical role in helping fans to do this. On Friday night in Las Vegas,...Show More Summary

Ranking the 10 Most Impressive Rookies so Far in the 2015-16 NHL Season

The 2015-16 season is shaping up to be outstanding for the National Hockey League's first-year players. After Aaron Ekblad captured the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year with a seamless transition to the world's top league at the age...Show More Summary

Ranking the Best Goals of the NHL Season So Far

Pucks are going in from everywhere this NHL season, and many of the plays are spectacular. Nothing brings fans out of their seats like a well-executed and creative goal. With so many games already complete, there's little doubt thatShow More Summary

Tiger Woods’ Ex-Caddie, Steve Williams, Says He Was Treated Like A Slave

Steve Williams, Tiger Woods’ ex-caddie has expressed anger and frustration at the Woods’ management team for being ‘hung out to dry’ after his Woods’ infidelities were revealed in 2009 and says he was sometimes treated like a “slave” on the golf course. Show More Summary

Kobe on His Play: “I Freaking Suck, 200th Best Player In The League”

As was expected coming into the season, the Lakers haven’t exactly gotten off to a hot start through three games. And all eyes have been on Kobe Bryant, who doesn’t as quick as he has even just two years ago. After all, it is the man’s 20th NBA season, so we’ll give him a break. Show More Summary

Jermell Charlo Keeps the Ball Rolling Against Joachim Alcine

On a relatively slow boxing weekend, undefeated junior middleweight contender Jermell Charlo kept his record perfect with a Round 6 TKO over the well-traveled Joachim Alcine. This was little more than a stay-busy for Charlo. His victory over Vanes Martirosyan last March was the win that demonstrated his true bonafide, top-10 status in the division. Show More Summary

Steve Smith Out For Season With Torn Achilles

Prior to the season beginning, Ravens WR Steve Smith said this would be his last year. In the same game where he passed Cris Carter into 10th place on the all-time yardage list, Smith tore his Achilles and is out for the season. Now,...Show More Summary

Tim Bradley vs. Brandon Rios Promises to Be a Good One

Tim Bradley vs. Brandon Rios is a fight I’ve been looking forward to since it was announced. Draw up a list of some of the most memorable fights of recent years and both guys’ names appear. While they are stylistically different fighters, they have in common tremendous conditioning, granite chins and never-quit attitudes. Show More Summary

Ranking the Biggest Bargains so Far in the 2015-16 NHL Season

The first month of the 2015-16 NHL season has allowed the cream to rise to the top of the statistics. Perusing some of those top players so far and the contracts they hold reveal some serious bang for the buck. That definition comes with some subjectivity. Show More Summary

Injuries Having the Biggest Impact so Far in the 2015-16 NHL Season

Injuries are an unavoidable part of life for NHL players. Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith (pictured above) is among the notable stars who are already sidelined within the opening month of the season. His absence for a lengthy...Show More Summary

Ranking the Jersey Numbers with the Most Star Power in the NHL Today

Throughout NHL history, a number of stars have shared the same jersey number. The trait continues among today's best players, such as Dallas Stars forward Tyler Seguin and St. Louis Blues right wing Vladimir Tarasenko (pictured above). In most cases, there is one clear standout among those sharing a number. Show More Summary

NHL Players Struggling to Adjust to New Teams in the 2015-16 Season

Optimism abounds when a National Hockey League team adds a high-profile player to its roster during the offseason. Whether the player is acquired through trade or free agency, he's looking for a chance to write a new chapter in his hockey story. Show More Summary

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