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Today in Hockey History: July 15

July 15 was a big date when it comes to head coaching changes in National Hockey League history. Two very successful coaches made decisions on this date, with one making a surprising exit with the other starting a decade of success. Keenan Walks Away On July 15, 1994, Mike Keenan resigned as the head coach […]

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Prospects News & Rumors: Thompson, Khovanov & Amirov

The Vegas Golden Knights started off their week by bringing in another young netminder. Also, the Minnesota Wild, who just brought their top prospect over from Russia, is sending another overseas for the 2020-21 season. Finally, we stay in Russia for our Prospect of the Day. Golden Knights Sign Another Goalie For the second time […]

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Memorial Tournament predictions, odds 2020: Webb Simpson, Jon Rahm picks from PGA insider

PGA insider Sal Johnson was all over Patrick Cantlay's win in the Memorial Tournament last year.

Nets’ Michael Beasley leaves Disney bubble, returns home after testing positive for COVID-19, per...

Beasley's roster spot with Brooklyn, where he just signed as a replacement player, is now reportedly up in the air

Eagles are told by Philadelphia officials to not to expect fans for 2020 home...

Philadelphia has announced a moratorium on all large public events

Browns reportedly closing in on five-year, $125 million extension with Myles Garrett

Cleveland is close to locking down a key piece of its future

Miami Heat star Jimmy Butler wants no name or message on the back of...

Butler is the first player to express interest in such an idea

2020 Memorial: Tiger Woods playing a golf tournament without a flock of fans is...

Nobody's going to be following the Big Cat this week at Muirfield Village

Senators’ All-Time One and Done Skaters

In the history of the Ottawa Senators, 346 skaters have played for them. Of those skaters, 10 played just one game. I’d like to introduce you to the Ottawa One and Done Senators’ Skaters: 1992-93: Martin St. Amour A former 2nd round pick of the Montreal Canadiens, St. Amour played his one game towards the […]

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Wild’s Roster Moves Change Their Postseason Landscape

The Minnesota Wild have announced their roster for training camp for the 2020 postseason. On that list are some additions from their prospect pool, their AHL affiliate, and one particularly high profile player from the KHL. Some of these players could end up having a major impact on how far the Wild can go in […]

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