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When you’re stuck in the dog days of summer, mid-July is a great time to look back at the past for something totally frivolous. I’ve put together championship belt features on everything from running backs to quarterbacks to pitchers to American athletes, highlighting the best __________ in every year during a defined time period. Today,
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While the NHL’s free-agency period can often be described as hockey’s Christmas in July, this year some fans, teams and free agents found a lump of coal in their stockings. The first expansion draft in 17 years, an almost flat salary cap, a somewhat thin free-agent class and players choosing competitiveness over compensation all led
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Previous Next Click to zoom out — see more — see less Every bodyhas a story Every body has a story A.J.Andrews A.J. Andrews Softball Age 24 See Athlete Outfielder, Akron Racers, 2016 Gold Glove recipient A.J. Andrews: “If I don’t get dirty during a game, I don’t feel like I’ve done my job.” Read
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Ilya Kovalchuk has decided to remain in the Kontinental Hockey League next season rather than pursue a return to the NHL, agent Jay Grossman told multiple media outlets. Kovalchuk retired from the NHL in July 2013 — just three years into his 15-year, $100 million contract with the New Jersey Devils — to play in
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BUFFALO, N.Y. — Buffalo’s hockey marathoners have overcome injuries, illness, fatigue and countless blisters to unofficially set the record for the longest continuous game. It happened shortly after 7 a.m. Monday, when the official time clock mounted in the stands overlooking center ice hit 10 days, 10 hours, 3 minutes and 21 seconds. The time
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Jaromir Jagr gave the Florida Panthers some star power like perhaps never before, helped them win a division championship and unquestionably played a role in energizing what had been a stagnant fan base. And now his tenure with the Panthers is over. After playing in Russia’s KHL for the past five seasons, Evgeni Dadonov has
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Chris Kunitz, who has been part of four Stanley Cup-winning teams, will join the Tampa Bay Lightning on a one-year deal worth $2 million, general manager Steve Yzerman announced Saturday. Following a contract buyout by the Rangers last month, defenseman Dan Girardi agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal with the Lightning on Saturday, according
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