The players like Murphy. The fans like Murphy. We’ll see in the next couple of weeks how much the rest of the league likes him.
It was a move the Rangers had to make. Hockey royalty has arrived at Madison Square Garden in the form of ageless 38-year-old winger Martin St. Louis.
After plenty of trade speculation, legendary goalie Martin Brodeur is staying in New Jersey as the NHL trade deadline came and went.
The rumored trade would send the NHL’s all-time win leader goaltender to Minnesota and make tonight’s home game against the Detroit Red Wings his last time in red and black.
The Rangers’ next game is Wednesday against Toronto, hours after the NHL’s trading deadline — and whether Ryan Callahan is still with the team at that point is anyone’s guess.
I know it happens all the time. Icons come to a mutual agreement with their long-time employers and switch uniforms for one last hurrah. But I don’t want Martin Brodeur to join that club.
Iman Shumpert sprained his left knee, the same one which sustained a torn ACL in his rookie year, when he tried to come to a stop while driving to the basket in the third quarter.
It’s no secret the Knicks want to upgrade at the point guard position. So how about a little Linsanity, the sequel?
Big Blue hasn’t ruled out trading the oft-injured wide receiver, according to Newsday. On the flip side, the team also hasn’t ruled out bringing him back, ESPN reported.
Baseball’s trading deadline came and went without any movement from the Mets.
Nets general manager Billy King has to be hoping that his failure to make any deals at the trading deadline doesn’t sink his club.
Those Iman Shumpert trade reports just won’t go away.
“Trade D-Will!” So much for certain members of the Nets faithful showing any love to star point guard Deron Williams.
For the first time ever, a record 10 clubs will earn an invite to MLB’s postseason dance. As a result, the rumor mill was churning at full speed up to the last possible second.
Bottom line here is this—the Yankees are always trying to win, but there are times to say no.