Gerard Galant must act quickly if Igor Shesterkin falters

PITSBURG – The chalk scheme may still be etched in front of the crease when Igor Shesterkin returns to the scene of the carnage in Friday’s possible sixth elimination game against the Penguins. This is where the Hart Cup champion will face the biggest challenge of his career. This is where head coach Gerard Gallant … Read more

The NHL playoffs are getting tight, but we’ve seen tighter

picture: Getty Images There is a common phrase leaking through Every National Hockey League playoff broadcast About how this is the “most identical” postseason ever. It’s as if these commenters get a bonus every time they talk about it. It sucks and most importantly, it’s not true. This year’s NHL Postseason is the most fiercely … Read more

Gerdman prepares Lindenwood to move to Division I Basketball | Sports

The excitement Kyle Girdman felt when he became a Division I basketball coach at Lindenwood in February faded almost immediately by the realization that his 19-player roster wouldn’t work. Girdman enjoyed the benefits of an abundance of corpses when the lions were at D-II level. The same goes for the 15 players who have earned … Read more

Outdoors: Genetics test confirms ‘Ivie hybrid’, record still pending | News

Genetic testing has confirmed that an 11.07-pound black bass caught on February 22 in Ohio’s Lake Ivie by Brady Stanford of Midland is an F1 hybrid of a smallmouth bass crossed with a largemouth bass. The DNA testing was performed at the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Analytical Services Laboratory in San Marcos by Degar … Read more

Detroit Tiger fans deserve better. It’s time for change

Detroit – The last time I rushed to my laptop late at night to type a Detroit Tiger piece, it was because The team had just traded for Austin Meadows. Everyone was excited. Opening day was just around the corner and the miserable and long process of rebuilding was finally coming to an end. Or … Read more

Jim Nantz on Phil Mickelson’s controversy: ‘It won’t be forever’

Jim Nantz doesn’t think Phil Mickelson’s recent feuds will last with him forever. Nantz and six-time major winner Nick Faldo claim the PGA Championship next weekend from Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma, for CBS, and appeared at the network’s media conference Wednesday ahead of this year’s second major. Mickelson, who won the PGA Championship last … Read more

The heart of the Rangers will be together for the foreseeable future

There are several reasons why Rangers have put so much stock in a playoff procedure this season, which has featured a complete revamp of the roster since their last post-season debut five years ago. One of the main reasons is the fact that it marks the end of their rebuilding process and gauges their place … Read more

State golf: BYU-linked Long returns 6A Lone Peak to the top; Timpview Trips to 5A 3-peat

Berlin Long of Lone Peak celebrates with her teammates as the riders grab the 6A golf championship at Stonebridge Golf Club in West Valley City on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. (Scott J. Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes WEST VALLEY – The list of awards won by the Lone Peak Berlin Long golfer … Read more

Black Keys are still raw, fast and loose in Dropout Boogie

NASHVILLE, Tenn (AP) – Two decades ago, two high school dropouts from Akron, Ohio, recorded a rock album together and sent it to a small business in Los Angeles. But then the hard part came: Dan Auerbach and Patrick Carney had to learn to play music live. Both in their early twenties, Auerbach had experience … Read more