On a day where much of the news in wrestling centered around All Elite’s rally, WWE put on a fairly strong program with Tuesday’s SmackDown Live.
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In today’s rumor rundown, there is an update on the interest surrounding Blues’ forward Brayden Schenn, the Montreal Canadiens and Philadelphia Flyers will be two teams to watch and things are still a bit sticky in Columbus when it comes to Sergei Bobrovsky.
In what will likely be considered a non-shocking turn of events, on Friday morning, a statement released by Rick Nash and his agency, Top Shelf Sports Management, made the announcement that he is retiring from the game of professional hockey.
It was a busy day for rumors and innuendo in hockey, so for today’s second installment of the rumor rundown, we look at updates on Sergei Bobrovsky, Wayne Simmonds and an Auston Matthews offer sheet coming out of Arizona.
On the sixth episode of the Hockey Writers Podcast, we brought in two regular contributors from The Hockey Writers family. Both, along with host Jim Parsons, gave their thoughts on the season that was in 2018 and what to expect out of the new year in 2019.
In today’s NHL rumors there are updates on Dougie Hamilton, Jimmy Howard, Alex Edler and the Winnipeg Jets who might have eyes on a few players.
The biggest trade of the summer in the NBA — Kawhi Leonard for DeMar DeRozan (among other pieces) — almost didn’t happen because the Raptors were more interested in Paul George out of Oklahoma.
In today’s NHL rumors there is a lot of buzz around what certain general managers in certain markets are planning as the trade deadline approaches.
It was announced on Monday by the Montreal Canadiens that netminder Carey Price will be skipping this year’s NHL All-Star game.
In today’s NHL rumors, there are updates on the Sabres plans, Hayes out of New York, the Canucks and Alex Edler and some surprising ideas out of Edmonton.