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Angels Pitcher Griffin Canning Talks with AngelsWin.com

Interview conducted by David Saltzer, AngelsWin.com Senior Writer One of the many rising stars in the Angels Minor Leagues is pitcher Griffin Canning. A local boy, out of UCLA and Rancho Santa Margarita, Griffin grew up an Angels fan and yearns to pitch for his home town team. The Angels were lucky to get Griffin in the second round of the 2017 draft

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Wild Survive Slow Start to Prevail 4-1 Over Detroit

Something coaches often tell athletes is to have a short memory.  They want their athlete to not dwell on mistakes and let one string of unfortunate events create a whole new (and often times worse) set of problems down the road.  However that is easier said than done as a player dwells on what happened last time.  Its tough to put those bad feelings behind you and focus on the next game, the next shift, especially if the tough times have lingered for a while.  Minnesota certainly has felt the burn of two awful efforts in a row in back-to-back losses to Arizona and Colorado respectively. On the flip side, Detroit has had its own challenges.  The team is on the outside of the Eastern Conference playoffs as of right now, but its trying to make a push with its roster full of young forwards.  The losses and poor play have the State of Hockey in a frenzy, can Minnesota rebound with a win over the Red Wings? 1st Period Thoughts :  Detroit seemed to be loose and energetic to start the game, winning many of the small races for loose pucks and outworking Minnesota along the boards.  The Wild seemed to be a half step slow and spent most of the first few minutes scrambling about their own end.  Home fans gave an appreciative cheer as Nate Prosser stood up Dylan Larkin with a check, but the good feelings would be short-lived later in that shift.  The Wild’s forwards were a bit too eager to leave the zone and as their defenseman tried to help out Devan Dubnyk , no one came back for the puck and it was gathered up by Justin Abdelkader who wired it in.  1-0 Detroit.  Minnesota would try to answer back and it was Zach Parise being denied on a diving save by Jimmy Howard .  The Wild would have an even better opportunity a few minutes later as Mikael Granlund set up Eric Staal for a breakaway chance but he was denied by an alert Howard and all the leading scorer for the Wild could say was ‘wow’ at the remarkable stop.  The Wild would take a cross-checking penalty as Matt Dumba knocked down Tyler Bertuzzi with a check near the Minnesota crease.  Minnesota’s penalty kill wasn’t particularly aggressive and instead used shot blocking as its primary method to keep pucks from reaching Dubnyk.  After the killed penalty, a long pass from Granlund reached Jason Zucker who turned on the jets to get a step on Trevor Daley for a backhand chance that was dismissed by Howard.  Later in the shift, Zucker would back check and knock David Booth off balance that drew the ire of Darren Helm who went after Zucker and the two speedy forwards would end up in the box for roughing and cross checking respectively.  After a little 4-on-4 play where it was spent chasing the faster Red Wings forwards around the Wild end, Minnesota was fortunate Detroit would get tagged with an elbowing call.  The Wild do little to nothing with the man advantage and Minnesota only managed a few shots in the perimeter and you could feel the anxiety of the home crowd as the period ended with their team trailing 1-0 to Detroit.  Not enough urgency as Minnesota was outshot 11-5 by the Red Wings.

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AngelsWin Top 30 Prospects: #2 OF Jo Adell

Prospect: Jo Adell Rank:  2 2016:  UR Position(s): Outfielder Level:  Rookie Ball Age:  Entering Age 19 season in 2018. Height:  6’2” –  Weight:  195 lbs Floor: Minor League depth.

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Pittsburgh Penguins 2017-18 Mid-Term Prospect Report

Happy New Years kinda! The middle-ish time of the hockey season, the all-star teams were just announced (I have some gripes with the choices, but we all do in some form or another) and Daniel Sprong is a Pittsburgh Penguin (more on that shortly.) The big club started slow and is finally starting to rediscover their offensive touch! Just in time too, because, well…McCutchen is a San Francisco Giant while Gerrit Cole is a Houston Astro, and the Steelers are no longer in Super Bowl convention. So, having one of your Pittsburgh teams doing well is definitely a silver lining…with that in mind, how are the prospects doing? Let’s take a look

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DeMarre Carroll is just what the doctor ordered

When the Nets traded Justin Hamilton — currently a member of the Chinese Basketball Association’s Beijing Ducks — to the Raptors for DeMarre Carroll, a 1st round pick and a 2nd round pick in mid-July, it had all the markings of a straight salary dump. The then-30-year-old Carroll (now 31) had just wrapped a second-straight underwhelming season with Toronto, one in which he slashed .400/.341/.761 and struggled in the playoffs. His 2016-17 campaign followed an injury-plagued season when, limited by a knee injury, he played just 26 regular season games.

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#TribeTopThree: 9/19 Wahoo’s In The Outfield Outscore The Angels

Cleveland – 6 Anaheim – 3 Short and Sweet: The last time Mike Clevinger faced the Angels, he lasted just 4.1 innings, for his worst outing of his 2017. Over those four innings he gave up six runs, five earned, two home runs and struck out five. The Angels complained to the umpires that Clevinger’s glove was too light colored and could pose as a distraction to the bats

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Scouting The Opponent: Minnesota Vikings

Well Saints fans, we have waited since December 24, 2016 for this week. Opening week of the NFL season comes with an optimism that is almost unheard of.

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Roster Announced For Pittsburgh Penguins’ Participation In 2017 Rookie Tourney

The Pittsburgh Penguins are gonna be in Buffalo for the weekend as they participate in yet another rookie tournament. Last year, the Penguins went 0-3 but that doesn’t matter as much as the individual performances, since that’s what we’re really looking for here.

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Tampa Bay Lightning Release Prospect Tournament Roster (Featuring A Gunn Photo Gallery)

The Tampa Bay Lightning today released the 24-man roster for the 2017 Prospect Tournament held at Germain Arena in Estero, Florida from September 9-12. The Bolts team is scheduled to practice at the Brandon Ice Sports Forum on September 7 and 8 before traveling to Estero. Via the team: The Lightning team consists of some of the organization’s top prospects, including defensemen Mikhail Sergachev and Cal Foote, forwards Anthony Cirelli, Brett Howden, Mathieu Joseph, Taylor Raddysh and Mitchell Stephens, as well as goaltender Connor Ingram.

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Just Who Is Stuart Skinner

With the 78th pick in the 2017 NHL Entry Draft the Oilers are pleased to select, from the Lethbridge Hurricanes, Stuart Skinner. General Manager Peter Chiarelli and the Oilers scouting staff decided they wanted to bolster the organizational goaltending depth this season. The fact was the Oilers didn’t have a second round pick this year (Due to stupid rules they had to give that pick to Boston for the hiring of Chiarelli).

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