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Teammates giving John Tavares space to make contract decision

EAST MEADOW, N.Y. —  It’s no secret that the players in the Islander dressing room want John Tavares back next season, but they aren’t planning on making any extra pitches to the team captain to try and sway him to stay.

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2018 All-Value Team: Top Pre-Arb MLB Players at Each Position

When it comes to the baseball diamond, we hear a ton about the ballplayers who are taking home the most money — whether it’s over the life of a certain contract or a single season. After all, if we put together a lineup with the highest-paid players at each position,  it’d be pretty expensive . But with the youth movement that’s happening throughout baseball, there are a bunch of players providing top-tier production for just a fraction of the price.

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2018 All-Value Team: Top Pre-Arb MLB Players at Each Position

Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Nashville Predators 3/24/18 @ 7:00PM CST at Xcel Energy Center

Minnesota Wild (41-24-8)  90pts  3rd in the Central 3.07 Goals For Per Game (10th in the NHL) 2.85 Goals Against Per Game (13th in the NHL) 20.5% Power Play (14th in the NHL) 79.5% Penalty Kill (20th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #12 Eric Staal ~ 39G 32A = 71pts 2. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 19G 39A = 58pts 3

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Oilers Gameday @ Carolina: Hurricane……Ty?

featured image courtesy of Meg ( @loveandhydrogen ) The Oilers are back in action tonight in Raleigh, as they take on the Carolina Hurricanes. With only 10 games remaining, the Oilers are hoping to end the season with some of those moral victories they were so good at in years past. Since the 2006 Stanley Cup Finals, the Hurricanes have only made the playoffs once (2009) and are not faring much better than the Oilers this season

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Oilers Gameday @ Tampa: Into the Homestretch

The Oilers are back in actino today, as they face the Eastern Conference leading Tampa Bay Lightning. After yesterday’s 4-2 victory against the Panthers, the Oilers are looking to maintain their momentum on this road trip. The season is all but over, and the players are essentially out there for each other (and next season), but there are still some bright spots.

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Wild Beat Up Literally and Figuratively in 5-1 Loss to Colorado

In the comedy film, Meet the Millers there is a scene where the characters poke fun at a young man who has an error on his ‘No Regrets’ tattoo.  ‘No Regrets’ is a refrain you often will hear a person say in reflection at the conclusion of some event in their lives.  I feel pretty confident the Wild would say they have no regrets after the way they played against Edmonton despite losing 4-1.  Minnesota moved its feet well and created a number of quality scoring chances but give credit to Cam Talbot for playing so well between the pipes. Yet if you were to ask the team how it played against Colorado the last two games, there is probably plenty of regrets.  The Avalanche have trounced the Wild a few times this season and no doubt Minnesota will hope to avenge those losses tonight and not just for symbolic or self-esteem reasons.  The game matters to both clubs as they both scratch and claw for the post-season.  Can the Wild leave Colorado tonight with no regrets? 1st Period Thoughts :  The pace was fast and frenetic as both clubs certainly seemed focused to bring their A-game tonight.  Minnesota looked like a club that wanted to be on the attack and the top line of Eric Staal , Jason Zucker and Mikael Granlund swarmed all over the Colorado zone as they narrowly missed connecting on a close in chance for Staal and then moments after that Zucker tried to find Granlund on a backdoor play.  Minnesota was really moving well and the Avalanche found themselves pinned in their own end of the ice.  The second line was causing some havoc too as Charlie Coyle was protecting the puck well and sending pucks out to the point where Jared Spurgeon and Ryan Suter were letting go shots from the point that Semyon Varlamov was seeing pretty well and steering them wide.  A scary moment would occur fairly early in the game as the top line was looking to give the Wild a lead but with a puck sitting near the side of the net, Zucker would take a wicked two handed slash from Blake Comeau just prior to colliding into the right post where he writhed in pain.  Minnesota training staff went out to the winger who clearly was in some agony and appeared to be holding his wrist in a fashion that would indicate it was broken (I told you this was scary) and he’d head to the locker room.  Moments after that Minnesota went after Comeau and the officials gave him a tripping call much to the annoyance of Avalanche head coach Jared Bednar .  On the power play the Wild moved the puck quickly looking for one-timers from the point as Matt Dumba tee’d up a few blasts wide of the mark.  The Wild would adjust by moving up Niederreiter to play on the top line while Zucker was out.  The next few minutes had the Wild still moving their feet well but without Zucker’s speed they seemed to have a tougher time at generating quality scoring chances.  Colorado was being badly outshot but it didn’t matter as they finally entered the Wild zone and J.T

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Saturday’s Showtime Championship Boxing & Top Rank on ESPN Boxing Picks

  IBF World Junior Welterweight Championship: Mikey Garcia (37-0) vs. Sergey Lipinets (13-0) Nolan Howell: Lipinets has been good on the come-up for his career, but Garcia is currently in a run at making a claim to be one of the best in boxing and has looked on a whole other level since his return. Garcia should be the sharper of the two and pepper the pressure on Lipinets early en route to a late stoppage, but he needs to be mindful to keep dictating the fight with his pressure and not get caught on the ropes with Lipinets pressing.

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Missed Opportunity For Minnesota in 4-3 Overtime Loss to the Coyotes

“Its a trap!”  This classic line from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi is certainly going to connect with any nerdy friends or co-workers you may have, especially if you deliver it dramatically just like Admiral Ackbar did in the film.  Just as the Rebel Alliance fleet found itself in range of a fully operational Death Star, they knew they were in trouble.  In a way, tonight’s game between the Minnesota Wild and Arizona Coyotes is your classic ‘trap game’ scenario. The Coyotes are one of the NHL’s worst teams, well out of any remotely realistic scenario for making the playoffs.  The Wild are scratching and clawing just to hold onto the final wildcard spot in the Western Conference.  Every point matters.  With a showdown against division rival Chicago on Saturday looming, will the Wild get caught overlooking the desert dogs? 1st Period Thoughts :  The period did not start out well for the Minnesota Wild.  Minnesota was not skating with much jump and the Arizona Coyotes were able to dictate the pace of play throughout most of the 1st half of the period.  The Coyotes were able to set up shots from the point for Kevin Connauton , Alex Goligoski and Oliver Ekman-Larsson that were reaching Devan Dubnyk and Minnesota couldn’t seem to work the puck much beyond the red line.  The Coyotes were doing a good job of depriving the Wild of time and space and this led to a series of turnovers and also meant Minnesota was getting little to no pressure on Antti Raanta .  Even with the power play, the Wild did almost nothing with it due to poorly executed passes.  After the failed power play the Wild finally seemed to bear down and the ice started to tilt into the Arizona end.  It started out with a shift by the 2nd line of Nino Niederreiter , Eric Staal and Tyler Ennis .  Ennis set up Niederreiter for a quick shot that was absorbed by Raanta.  Minnesota started to pinch more with its defense and the Wild seemed to be getting closer to finally breaking the stalemate.  Staal would find Niederreiter for a nice little pass that put him behind the Coyotes’ defense and he’d move in where he made a nice backhand to forehand move only to be stonewalled by an outstanding toe save by Raanta.  Minnesota would gather up the loose puck as Ennis moved from behind the goal and feed a pass out front to Jared Spurgeon who made a pass over to Staal who went upstairs over the sprawling Raanta to give the Wild 1-0 lead.  It was a pretty finish after an amazing initial stop by Raanta.  The Wild had to feel a little relieved to have a 1-0 lead after such an ugly start

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Is Domingo Santana’s 2017 Breakout Season Sustainable?

The Milwaukee Brewers surprised everyone in baseball — and probably themselves, too — in 2017 by competing for a National League playoff spot until the very end of the regular season. For a team expected to endure another year of rebuilding to exceed expectations so much, a number of players had to unexpectedly increase their performance. One of those players was outfielder Domingo Santana , who broke out in a big way during his first full season’s worth of plate appearances in the big leagues.

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Game Preview: Minnesota Wild vs. Tampa Bay Lightning 1/20/18 @ 8:00PM CST at Xcel Energy Center

Minnesota Wild (24-17-5)  53pts  6th in the Central 2.85 Goals For Per Game (17th in the NHL) 2.83 Goals Against Per Game (16th in the NHL) 19.1% Power Play (16th in the NHL) 83.2% Penalty Kill (9th in the NHL) Top 5 Scorers : 1. #12 Eric Staal ~ 19G 19A = 38pts 2. #64 Mikael Granlund ~ 13G 23A = 36pts 3

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