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Monthly Archives: September 2017

Detroit Red Wings assign Filip Hronek, Robbie Russo to AHL

DETROIT — The Detroit Red Wings have assigned defensemen Filip Hronek and Robbie Russo to Grand Rapids of the American Hockey League. The Red Wings announced the moves before their preseason finale at Toronto on Saturday. Detroit also released center Corey Elkins from a professional

Huddersfield Town 0-4 Tottenham Hotspur

Harry Kane’s second was the best of Tottenham’s goals at the John Smith’s Stadium Harry Kane said he has probably had his “best month” after taking his September goal tally to 13 with two in the victory at Huddersfield. The 24-year-old bettered his personal record

Rooney hits hat-trick for Aberdeen

Adam Rooney blitzed St. Johnstone at Pittodrie on Saturday afternoon, scoring all three goals as Aberdeen went level on points with Celtic at the top of the Scottish Premiership.  Rooney nodded home two goals inside 17 minutes and completed his hat-trick from the penalty spot in

Money the key to Liverpool’s title dreams

Rafael Benitez has admitted the money flooding into the Premier League is making it more difficult ever year for Liverpool to rekindle the glory days of the 1980s. Benitez came as close as anyone to returning the club to the game’s pinnacle, wining four trophies

Roy Hodgson: Crystal Palace ‘like an outclassed boxer’

Roy Hodgson has previously managed Blackburn, Fulham, Liverpool and West Brom in the English top flight Roy Hodgson said Crystal Palace were “a boxer fighting in a class he’s not able to handle” after their 4-0 Premier League loss to Manchester United. “We took blows

Danny Trevathan of Chicago Bears suspended two games by NFL

Chicago Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan has been suspended two games without pay by the NFL for a frightening hit Thursday night that sent Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams to the hospital. The league announced the suspension Saturday, saying Trevathan violated Rule 12, Section

Ligue 1 match abandoned after barrier collapses

Amiens’ Ligue 1 clash with Lille was abandoned after a stadium barrier collapsed, seriously injuring three supporters. Emergency services confirmed three serious injuries and 20 casualties in total at Amiens’ Stade de la Licorne, according to reports in France. A barrier at the front of

New York Islanders’ arena saga takes another turn

NEW YORK — Just two years after they unfurled their four Stanley Cup championship banners from the 1980s at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, the New York Islanders are seeking to move to yet another spot on Long Island, a little closer to the arena at