Loose lips sink ships. Or so the Pittsburgh Penguins believe. As coaches across the league pledged to reveal their practice and gameday line rushes and discussed other decisions related to their preparation for the 24-team NHL Stanley Cup tournament, Penguins head coach Mike Sullivan instead evaded questions and did his best Bill Belichick routine on Wednesday.
Penguins fans hope Sullivan has the same success as Belichick, too.
On Wednesday in practice, the Pittsburgh Penguins made a change to…
Washington N.F.L. Owner Dan Snyder Sues Media Company for Defamation – The New York Times
Snyder claimed in a lawsuit that an Indian website’s posts were “malicious criminal allegations.” It is his first public strike after a wave of attacks on his operation of the team.
On July 12, four days before the Post published its article, Scott Abraham, a reporter at the local Washington ABC affiliate, posted to Twitter that he was told by a source there will be some more news that comes out tomorrow other than the name change. Over the next few days, journalists and sports personalities from the Washington, D.C. CBS affiliate, NBC Sports, CBS Sports, Stadium, ESPN and other outlets, all referenced a damning story that would supposedly be published soon.
The Posts stor…
UEFA Champions League bracket, schedule: Where things stand ahead of Friday’s restart – CBS Sports
The action gets underway on Friday, and you can stream every match on CBS All Access
Following a 148-day layoff, UEFA Champions League action returns Friday with a pair of terrific matchups: Manchester City vs. Real Madrid on CBS All Access and CBS Sports Network and Juventus vs. Lyon on CBS All Access. Next, on Saturday, we have Lionel Messi and his Barcelona side hosting a Napoli team looking to pull off a shocker at Camp Nou. In Saturday’s other match, a Christian Pulisic-less Chelsea side look to climb out of a 3-0 deficit against Bundesliga champion Bayern Munich. Every Cha…
Ferrari and McLaren to appeal against stewards’ verdict in Racing Point case – Formula 1 RSS UK
Ferrari, McLaren and Renault have stated their intention to appeal against the FIA Stewards’ decision regarding Racing Point’s brake ducts, it has been announced…
Friday morning at Silverstone brought a verdict in the long-running saga of Racing Points brake ducts, with the FIA stewards declaring the team hadnt designed them themselves, fining them heavily and deducting them 15 world championship points. But as Friday evening rolled in, that wasnt the end of the matter, as Ferrari, McLaren and Renault became the first teams to announce an intention to appeal against that decision
We can confirm that we have just stated our intention to appeal against thi…
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