Rangers’ Jake Leschyshyn is hoping to make a different impact in the NHL than his father

Jake Lechien was born when his father, Curtis, was in the eleventh season of his 16-year career in the National Hockey League. Since he was very young, Leschyshyn hasn’t had many vivid memories of what life was like with an NHL player for dad. He does remember his days off around the rink, however, when … Read more

Giants general manager Joe Schoen reveals Daniel Jones’ position

At one point, it seemed as though it was a deal that Daniel Jones would return with the Giants. Of course, this isn’t the case, but it sure seems inevitable. Joe Schoen, who just completed his first year as general manager, answered the question – Do you think Daniel Jones is the quarterback who can … Read more

Monday’s NBA Predictions and Picks: Bucks fade, Jazz tonight

Commercial Content 21+ We’re just over two weeks away from the NBA trade deadline, and it sure feels like it’s going with stars in and out of the lineup and talk of seemingly “blowing it” on the lips of every disappointing team this season. Ohio Sports Betting Live – Check out the best Ohio betting … Read more

Sammy Blais’ NHL future is in jeopardy after PK Subban’s suspected injury

You know what I’m thinking when I look back on that play in the corner early in the third period of the November 14, 2021 game at the Lawn in which BK Suban took out Sammy Bliss’ right knee? I remember the comment an NHL management person made during the 2012-13 lockout that the owners … Read more

Jeff Bezos might sell The Washington Post to buy the leaders: investors

Does Jeff Bezos love football more than he loves newspapers? This is a question being asked around the nation’s capital as the NFL franchise hits the block. Chatter is mounting that the billionaire Amazon founder is looking to pave the way for buying The Washington Commanders by selling the Washington Post — with speculation fueled … Read more

Rangers challenged in tough schedule: ‘Good for us’

With three games left until the eight-day All-Star break, which began Monday night against the Panthers at the Garden, the Rangers were playing as if they were somewhere between their slow start and their convincing turnaround. The Blueshirts are a respectable 6-3-2 since the offseason, amassing 14 points while remaining third in the Metropolitan Division … Read more

Tri-State Peer Support helps first responders recover

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio — Amidst cheers of “Who Dey” and toasts at the tailgate, Tri-State Peer Support’s Amy Foley and Lieutenant Jim Petrie had the opportunity to share their mission with Cincinnati fans. With the scene of the Monday Night Football crash at Damar Hamlin still fresh in the minds of many of the attendees, … Read more

9 Harvard Ice Hockey Scores Mixed Results During Winter Break Heading into Critical Stretch | sports

The Harvard men’s ice hockey team faces a grueling schedule in the coming weeks, as home games against No. 16 Cornell and No. 1 Quinnipiac precede a first-round Beanpot against No. 18 Boston College. Although key players have returned to the lineup in the past few weeks, Including senior forward and captain John Farinacci, the … Read more

Gu Schoen must now be cold-blooded for the Giants to take the next step

This was the textbook perfect first year of Gu Xue’s reign within the Kingdom of Giants. It started with his decision to hire Brian Daboll, who became a sensation across the NFL, with people admiring his dexterity and dribbling, and noting that his team played solid, relentless football week after week. A junior general manager … Read more

Should Spouses of Retired First Responders Get Free Mental Health Resources?

Rep. Ryan Wilcox, R. Ogden, speaks at the Capitol in Salt Lake City on February 18, 2022. Wilcox is sponsoring a bill that would provide mental health services to spouses of retired law enforcement officers and others. (Scott G. Winterton, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Rep. Ryan Wilcox, R. … Read more