Month: February 2018

NEW YORK — The Rangers face an unfamiliar challenge after stockpiling picks for the June draft: maximizing a franchise-record 10 selections, including three in the first round. Rebuilding means keeping options open for trades while also targeting players who best fit the team’s goals. Assistant general manager Chris Drury says the team’s priorities are adding
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SEATTLE — Washington says it has no knowledge of claims made by former football and basketball player Nate Robinson of being offered money by a booster to return to playing football. The school issued a statement on Wednesday in response to Robinson’s claim he was offered $100,000 by an unnamed booster to return to playing
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Stanford football generated a lot of media interested Tuesday, which seems easy enough to explain. It was the first day of spring practice and the Cardinal, the West Coast’s most consistently dominant program over the past decade or so, return the Heisman Trophy runner-up, running back Bryce Love. So, understandably, the team’s media relations staff
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12:23 PM ET Greg WyshynskiESPN The NHL trade deadline has passed. The contenders, pretenders and lottery fodder are clear at this point. Some teams are all-in on trying to capture glory in the short term. Some teams are rebuilding for the long haul. And some teams … well, we’re just not sure about some teams.
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