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Monthly Archives: February 2018

10 draft picks give New York Rangers options in unfamiliar rebuild

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

Romance of dual player may be unsustainable

For two seasons they have dominated Derry and Ulster in two codes, but Slaughtneil hurling captain Chrissy McKaigue thinks the club must examine theirĀ famed dual code philosophy in the wake of the All-Ireland Club Football semi-final defeat against Nemo Rangers. The Derry side were beaten

Track Cycling World Championships: Jason Kenny helps GB land silver

GB settle for silver in team sprint UCI Track Cycling World Championships 2018 Venue: Omnisport Apeldoorn, Netherlands Dates: 28 February to 4 March Coverage: Live on BBC Red Button, connected TV and online Six-time Olympic champion Jason Kenny returned to international competition to help Great

Brock Lesnar may be nearing UFC return, according to Dana White

WWE superstar Brock Lesnar may be nearing a return to UFC, according to promotion president Dana White. Appearing on Kevin Harvick‘s SiriusXM NASCAR Radio show Tuesday night, White said the chances of bringing back the former heavyweight champion are “very, very, very good.” White posted

Josh Hart of Los Angeles Lakers has broken finger on left hand

MIAMI — Los Angeles Lakers rookie Josh Hart suffered a fractured left fourth metacarpal in practice on Wednesday. The guard underwent X-rays after practice that revealed the injury. The Lakers said they are evaluating treatment options for the guard. Hart, who is a right-handed shooter,