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  • Source: Patrick Kane out 6-10 weeks
    CHICAGO -- Blackhawks forward Patrick Kane will be out six to 10 weeks after suffering an upper-body injury in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout win over the Florida Panthers, a source confirmed Wednesday. The source said the injury could keep Kane, who was injured in the first period and did not return, out of action toward the "higher end" of the estimate. He was placed on long-term injured reserve, which means he must sit out at least 24 calendar days and 10 regular-season games. The regular season ends April 11, and the playoffs begin the following week. That could mean Kane misses the start of the playoffs if it's closer to the 10-week period. Kane was cross checked in the lower back by the Panthers' Alex Petrovic at 7:49 of the first period. The force of the hit knocked Kane to the ice and drove him into the boards. He was slow to get up and was bent over as he skated to the bench. He immediately departed for the...
  • Bryce Harper eyes World Series ring
    Bryce Harper??arrived to spring training Wednesday with confidence befitting a defending World Series champion, saying he was "excited to get going this year and doing the things that I need to do to bring a title back to D.C. and hoist that trophy over the monuments." Two months after getting a new $7.5 million contract that keeps him with the?? Washington Nationals??for two more years, the 22-year-old appears to have reason to believe. "It's absolutely stupid; we have the best staff in all of baseball," Harper told reporters at camp in Viera, Florida, of the Nationals' pitchers. "I don't care what nobody says, and the thing about our guys, they work. It's not like it's just, 'Hey, OK, let's just go out and play.' They work, and they work hard. And to add a guy like [Max] Scherzer who's a bulldog out there, who's unbelievable in the postseason, who shows that fire and that emotion, it's something that I'm going to enjoy watching...
  • LeBron: Stop recruiting LeBron Jr.
    LeBron James is not thrilled that his son and young basketball standout 10-year-old LeBron James Jr. has already received letters and even scholarship offers from college coaches. "Yeah, he's already got some offers from colleges," James told CBS Detroit before the Cleveland Cavaliers' matchup against the Detroit Pistons on Tuesday. "It's pretty crazy. It should be a violation. You shouldn't be recruiting 10-year-old kids." His son is not alone. Connecticut star Ryan Boatright committed to USC before he was in high school. Marquette's Matt Carlino reportedly received an offer from Arizona while he was in elementary school. Michael Avery accepted a scholarship offer from former Kentucky coach Billy Gillispie in 2008, when he was an eighth-grader. Per the NCAA handbook: "A prospective student-athlete is a student who has started classes for the ninth grade. In addition, a student who has not started classes for the...
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