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  • J.T. Compher Set To Make NHL Debut

    When J.T. Compher got the call Wednesday afternoon that he was heading to Canada to join the Colorado Avalanche on its road trip, there was a mix of elation and anxiety. All the hard work that the 21-year-old from the Chicago area had put in as a young kid and then at the U.S. National

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  • Dolphins sign Cameron Wake to two-year contract

    The Dolphins have locked up Cameron Wake. The team announced on Saturday the defensive end signed a contract extension that will keep him in South Beach through the 2018 season. Wake’s previous contract was set to expire following the 2017 season. Miami Dolphins Jerseys China NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports Wake’s deal is a

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  • Mike D’Antoni takes these Rockets’ swag, success to new levels

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  • Bagwell’s ’94 MVP season part of HOF-worthy career

    It was perhaps the best two-thirds of a baseball season we’ve ever seen, and for Jeff Bagwell, it was just a preview of what was to come. Cheap China Sports Jerseys The Baseball Writers’ Association of America will reveal its election results for the Hall of Fame Class of 2017 on Jan. 18, the night

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  • Timberwolves lose Zach LaVine for rest of season to torn ACL

    Minnesota Timberwolves shooting guard Zach LaVine will miss the rest of the season with a torn ACL in his left knee. LaVine had an MRI before the Wolves hosted Memphis with wholesale jerseys on Saturday, when the diagnosis was revealed. LaVine was injured the night before in the team’s loss at Detroit. He’ll have surgery

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  • NFL builds contingency plan for ‘Fins, Panthers games

    The NFL is planning for the possibility that this week’s games at Miami and Carolina will not be played as scheduled due to Hurricane Matthew. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell met with league officials Thursday to formulate contingency plans for the Dolphins and Panthers if each team is unable to play home games because of cheap

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