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  • Daniel Carcillo on Steve Montador's death: 'It's pretty alarming'

    Daniel Carcillo on Steve Montador's death: 'It's pretty alarming'
    Just like his good friend and former Blackhawks teammate Steve Montador, Daniel Carcillo had battled substance-abuse issues. Both players also had dealt with multiple concussions during their hockey careers; Carcillo has not played since March 25 after being diagnosed with concussion symptoms and his hockey career could be hanging in the balance.
  • Wild broadcaster, ex-Blackhawk Tom Reid recalls bout with skin condition

    Wild broadcaster, ex-Blackhawk Tom Reid recalls bout with skin condition
    ST. PAUL, Minn. — Tom Reid isn't joking when he says he was allergic to his equipment. The Wild's radio broadcaster, who played his first two NHL seasons with the Blackhawks before he was traded to the Minnesota North Stars, said the sport got...

    Lloyd Carter named coach of new Hampton men's lacrosse team

    Lloyd Carter named coach of new Hampton men's lacrosse team
    Hampton announced that it is adding men's lacrosse as a varsity sport for the 2015-16 school year and named Lloyd Carter (Edmondson, Morgan State, UMBC) coach. Carter has coached the university's club team since 2010. Carter became coach at Northwestern...

    Free-spending Dodgers set MLB record payroll at $270M; average is $4.2M

    Free-spending Dodgers set MLB record payroll at $270M; average is $4.2M
    NEW YORK (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers set a baseball record with a $270 million opening-day payroll, including nearly $44 million going to players no longer on the team. Major League Baseball's average salary on opening day Sunday also set a...

    No way to cover up illegal violent hits from NHL's safety 'police'

    No way to cover up illegal violent hits from NHL's safety 'police'
    NEW YORK — Andrew Shaw's head suddenly jerked forward, and Brock Nelson's snapped back. About 800 miles from the United Center, in a room mostly illuminated by a bank of high-definition television screens and 12 computer monitors, a voice rose...