Loose lips sink ships. Or so the Pittsburgh Penguins believe. As coaches across the league pledged to reveal their practice and gameday line rushes and discussed other decisions related to their preparation for the 24-team NHL Stanley Cup tournament, Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan instead evaded questions and did his best Bill Belichick routine on Wednesday.
Penguins fans hope Sullivan has the same success as Belichick, too.
On Wednesday in practice, the Pittsburgh Penguins made a change to…
Source: Cowboys reach one-year, $6 million deal with ex-Vikings DE Everson Griffen – The Dallas Morning News
The Cowboys bolstered their defensive line with the signing of veteran defensive end Everson Griffen to a one-year deal, the Cowboys announced Wednesday…
The Cowboys bolstered their defensive line with the signing of veteran defensive end Everson Griffen to a one-year deal, the Cowboys announced Wednesday night.
The deal is worth $6 million with a $3 million base salary for 2020 and a possibility for Griffen to receive up to $3 million in incentives, according to a source.
There was interest in Griffen going back to the spring but he was looking at possibly returning to the Vikings, where he spent 10 seasons, compiling 74 1/2 sacks in 147 tota…
Enhanced Box Score: Cubs 7, Indians 2 – August 12, 2020 – bleachernation.com
Great starting pitching, great relief pitching, great grinding at bats, enough power. These Cubs did it again.
Hey, it’s only two games, but that’s a sweep! The Cubs sure do enjoy playing in Cleveland.
The Cubs are now 12-3. I know this year is weird and whatever … but good Lord. That is so freaking awesome.
Kyle Hendricks is pretty much always good at managing contact, but he was PARTICULARLY good tonight, with an average exit velocity of just 81.9 mph. Suffice to say, your eyes weren’t fooling you: Hendricks really was getting all kinds of crummy contact. Also 13 whiffs out of 90 pitches and no walks…
Capitals’ Todd Reirden calls Anders Lee’s hit on Nicklas Backstrom ‘predatory’ – ESPN
Capitals coach Todd Reirden took exception to Anders Lee’s heavy hit on Nicklas Backstrom in Wednesday’s series opener, calling it “late” and “predatory.”
New York Islanders captain Anders Lee knocked Washington Capitals forward Nicklas Backstrom out of Wednesday night’s first-round series opener, setting the tone with a big hit that Washington coach Todd Reirden called “late” and “predatory.”
Reirden didn’t have an update afterward on Backstrom, who appeared to be looking the other way and didn’t have the puck when he was leveled by a shoulder-to-shoulder hit from Lee just 2½ minutes into the first period.
“I tried to throw the brakes on a litt…
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