Summary Of Bolts Activity Prior To Free Agent Frenzy

The Tampa Bay Lightning has been a busy bunch since the NHL Draft ended on Saturday afternoon. In summary, the the Bolts have issued qualifying offers to five RFA players:  defenseman Andrej Sustr, defenseman Luke Witkowski, right wing Carter Ashton, center Vladislav Namestnikov and left wing Phillipe Paradis. Not issued a qualifying offer were Mark Barberio, Cody Kunyk, Danick...
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June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

A recent history of Super Bowl injury hullabaloo

In the slightly altered words of someone much wittier than I, the sports media just survived a harrowing bye week. Bronko Nagurski didn’t get any bye weeks. And now he’s dead. We, however, were very much alive, and need things to talk about. Super Bowl bye week story lines range from … no they don’t range. They’re always ridiculous. Sometimes they’re real problems presented...
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January 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Chiefs give Alex Smith contract extension

getty images The Kansas City Chiefs and quarterback Alex Smith will not have to answer questions about their contract talks anymore. On Sunday the team and Smith reached agreement on a contract extension. Counting the $8 million he was owed this season, Smith is set up to earn $76 million over the next five seasons for an average of $15.2 million annually. Smith has $45 million of...
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August 31, 2014  |  Discuss

NHL News: Transactions for July 28th

A trio of players have signed new contracts, two of them you'll know!Fun fact, in terms of single-season scoring, Tatar's 19 goals last season (his rookie season) is more than any combined single-season goal total by Tyrell and Winnik. Tatar's only five off by way of total points, too.Columbus Blue JacketsDana Tyrell, F, age 25, re-signed to a one-year two-way contract. Financial...
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July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships day 6 results

Another day of tremendous action in the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships saw a number of high level bouts. The amount of technically sound and exciting boxing on show in Sofia is a great sign for the future of this great sport. Many heroes were born on Day 6, but two in particular stood out. Bulgaria's home favourite Blagoy Naydenov, and Kazakhstan's Abylaykhan Zhussupov both...
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April 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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