• National Hockey League concussion protocol leaves loophole for Crosby injury

    National Hockey League concussion protocol leaves loophole for Crosby injury

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    Including a third-period comeback the Capitals authored in Game 5 , they scored eight unanswered goals in the series in a span of 69 minutes and 40 seconds. "That's the process as I know it". It'll be the fourth one to go seven games and, you guessed it, Pittsburgh has had a significant edge. "But I thought our game was really, really quite good in both those game sevens".
  • Georges St-Pierre still hopeful for title bout with Michael Bisping

    Georges St-Pierre still hopeful for title bout with Michael Bisping

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    MMA oddsmaker Joey Oddessa has revealed that Romero has opened as a 4-1 (-360) favorite over Bisping in their middleweight title fight, which takes place at an as-yet-undetermined date later this year. It's the safer fight for him for a big payday. "But hey, if it's Demian Maia first of Georges St-Pierre first, everybody is going to get it at the end of the day".
  • Arsenal's top-scorer Sanchez a doubt for Sunderland game

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    Despite Arsenal's recent revival of form, another "Wenger Out" banner was flown over the bet365 Stadium. "When you say fans, who do you mean?" When asked if the empty seats were a concern, Wenger said he was unaware of the problem. "We played well against Man United, we played well at Southampton and again here". But subsequent struggles have left them way off top spot in their current position of fifth towards the end of a campaign that saw them get to the last 16 of the Champions ...
  • Predators' Johansen rips Ryan Kesler after Game 2

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    It just doesn't make sense how he plays the game. Add Ryan Johansen to that list. On the stat sheet, Ryan Johansen had little reason to be frustrated after his performance in Sunday's Game 2 of the Western Conference Finals , in which he logged two points against John Gibson and the Anaheim Ducks.
  • Defence fails, leaves Atletico Madrid far from CL final

    Defence fails, leaves Atletico Madrid far from CL final

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    Ronaldo's Barcelona rival Lionel Messi has the next best knockout return in the history of the competition with 37 goals. Ronaldo's frustrations are understandable given what he's done at the Santiago Bernabeu, but it's part and parcel of playing for Real Madrid.
  • Chris Iannetta suffered broken teeth, nose after pitch to face

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    David Peralta made a sliding catch in right field to take a hit away from Andrew McCutchen in the first inning, and catcher Jeff Mathis threw out two would-be base-stealers, the second one ending the game. Patrick Corbin (3-4) went six innings and gave up four runs, two on Josh Bell's homer. Polanco left with discomfort in his left hamstring, but said after the game that he thinks it isn't too serious and that he left for more of a precautionary reason.
  • Japan gets Ireland and Scotland at 2019 Rugby World Cup

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    The pooling was done on Wednesday in Japan where the Africa victor, hopefully Kenya Simbas, will play reigning champions New Zealand , South Africa and a repechage victor. We're looking forward to it. "It's a death pool for sure", said France coach Guy Noves. "We've got two Tests against Argentina in June so we can practice a little bit", Jones told reporters in Kyoto .
  • Mourinho: Ajax have 12 days to prepare for the Europa League final

    Mourinho: Ajax have 12 days to prepare for the Europa League final

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    It's as simple as that. "We have played so many matches because we progressed to two finals and the last 16 in the FA Cup". We have three league matches to play. And Mourinho has revealed he made the decision to focus upon doing well in the Europa League, as focusing upon both that and Premier League football was "not possible".
  • Roger Federer opts out of French Open

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    His agent, Tony Godsick, confirmed that Federer won't compete at the year's second Grand Slam tournament, which starts in Paris on May 28. Roger Federer has pulled out of this month's French Open as he feels he needs to avoid playing on clay this season in order to prolong his career.