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7:00 AM ET Ben ArledgeESPN.com Close Editor for NFL and NHL team, as well as a contributing hockey writer. Previously with ESPN The Magazine, ESPN Chalk and ESPN Fantasy. Joined ESPN in 2012 after graduating from Colgate University. This year’s trade deadline offers one of the best crops of available goaltending talent in recent memory.
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Major League Baseball is putting new rules in place this season to guard against high-tech sign stealing, according to an SI.com report. After several incidents of alleged stealing of catchers’ signs last season, including during the postseason, commissioner Rob Manfred had promised to have new directives in place this year to curtail the practice. The
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Former Minnesota coach Jerry Kill is no fan of the man currently leading the Golden Gophers program. Kill, who recently was named permanent athletic director at Southern Illinois, criticized Minnesota coach P.J. Fleck during an interview Tuesday with SiriusXM College’s “Big Ten Today.” Kill didn’t like the way Fleck handled the transition after taking over
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The Devils gave the first 9,000 fans in attendance at Tuesday night’s home game against the Pittsburgh Penguins a “David Puddy” bobblehead. Puddy was the “Seinfeld” character portrayed by Patrick Warburton, who painted his face in Devils colors in an episode and shouted “We’re the Devils!” Warburton, while dressed as Puddy, dropped the puck between
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RIO DE JANEIRO — Top seeds Dominic Thiem of Austria, and Italy’s Fabio Fognini and Marco Cecchinato were ousted in the first round of the Rio Open clay-court tournament on Tuesday. In his hometown final, Diego Schwartzman will face Marco Cecchinato of Italy. Both will play for their third career titles. No. 1-seeded Thiem lost
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