On Sunday, Carl Soderberg’s agent J.P. Barry, officially announced that the Boston Bruins decided they will not make an offer this offseason to keep Soderberg. A major part of the Bruins’ decision was their tight salary cap situation.
Soderberg has played on the Bruins since 2012, scoring 94 points in 161 games. He played in all 82 games last season. Continue reading See You Later, Carl Soderberg »
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In case you’re not a self-proclaimed “grammar Nazi,” you may not have noticed that horse American Pharoah’s name is permanently spelled wrong… by mistake.
Many owners through the years have used alternate spellings for their horses, but in this case, the name was incorrectly submitted to a naming contest held by Zayat Stables, the horses’s owner. Continue reading Belmont Stakes 2015: American Pharoah, not Pharaoh #typo »
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Finnish forward Joonas Kemppainen has signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Bruins.
Kemppainen, 27, scored 11 goals and tallied 21 assists for the Oulun Karpat of the Finnish Elite League last season, finishing with a +15 rating in 59 games. He added 10 goals in 19 playoff games.
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The Red Sox have claimed infielder Luis Jimenez off waives after the Brewers designated him for assignment on Saturday.
To make room on the 40-man roster, the Red Sox moved catcher Ryan Hanigan to the 60-day disabled list. Continue reading Red Sox Claim Luis Jimenez Off Waivers from Brewers »
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The Red Sox called up outfielder Jackie Bradley Jr. on Tuesday as Mike Napoli deals with an illness.
Bradley, a gifted outfielder defensively, had one of the worst offensive seasons in Red Sox history last year, hitting .198 with 1 home run, 30 RBIs and a putrid .531 OPS. Continue reading Red Sox Call Up Jackie Bradley Jr. from Triple-A »
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The Bruins announced on Monday that they would be without center David Krejci for 4-6 weeks due to a partially torn MCL. Krejci, who had missed significant time earlier this season, is a top two center for the Bruins and proven himself to be an upper-echelon playmaker for the Bruins for years. He inked a seven year contract extension prior to this season showing that both he and fellow long term center Patrice Bergeron were part of the team’s long term future.
The injury may change how the Bruins approach the March 2 trade deadline and their playoff run. Up until news of Krejci’s absence, the Bruins had been in the market for a top six right wing and a top four defensemen, which are not easy to find in their own right. They now could be in the market for a top three center as well. Ryan Spooner played well in Krejci’s absence in a 6-2 win over the Blackhawks on Sunday and for now will hold the top 3 center role vacated by Krejci. Continue reading Bruins Center David Krejci Out 4-6 Weeks »
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Former Boston Red Sox third base coach Wendell Kim has died. He was 64 years old.
Kim was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s disease following his retirement from baseball a decade ago. He last served as third base coach for the Cubs.
Kim was third base coach for the Red Sox under Jimy Williams from 1997-2000.
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