Tuesday Sports in Brief. T Lexington Herald Leader


NEW YORK (AP) – The front swap rows are open by people Blueus Blue Jackets and New York Island.

Tampa Bay Blue Jackets broke 7-3 Tuesday night, sweeping the Lightning, which had one of the best regular seasons he ever had.

Tampa Bay was the first team in the extended era, which began in 1967-68, to go without success in the first round of the playoffs after they took the series in points during the regular season.

And what season it was. Tampa Bay joined the NHL record to gain victory with 62 and collected 128 points, the fourth in NHL history.

Meanwhile, the Blue Jackets were not runner-up on the wild card of the Eastern Congress to the game 81. It was the first time Columbus series won playoff series.

The islanders met the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1 on Tuesday to complete 4-0 in another series of the Eastern Conference. Josh Bailey set up a goal to promote Brock Nelson in the early part of the first period and left him with an empty clean score of 38 seconds as the islanders easily took the second playoff league win in the 26 years.

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – Rookie Hurricanes hair Andrei Svechnikov in the compromise protocol after star Alex Capitals Alex Ovechkin is punished, sending his head hitting into the ice.

Rod Rod, Brind 's Amour Tuesday said he will accept Svechnikov, who was wearing a helmet, Game 4 of the best series of seven Thursday. He said he is "going to be very careful" and "certainly doesn't go back from him."

The two Russians fought at 9:01 on the left in the first period of 5-0 Carolina victory in a game on Monday night 3. In the first playoff fight on his 14-year career, Ovechkin Svechnikov raised a right hook that left his help going to the dressing room.

Los Angeles (AP) – Todd McLellan is employed as a new principal in Los Angeles Kings.

McLellan replaces Willie Desjardins, who was not detained after John Stevens was replaced early in the season and led the NHL at worst. Los Angeles completed 31-42-9 in the worst season since 2007-08.

McLellan spent seven years as a coach on the San Jose Sharks, and made a play presentation from 2009-14 in her first training role at the NHL. He then spent four seasons in charge of Edmonton Oilers, but he spent 20 November after the start of 9-10-1.

McLellan has 434 career gains behind the bench. He was also a candidate for the Buffalo vacancy.


RENTON, Wash. (AP) – Russell Wilson is walking around the Seattle Seahawks as the highest paid player in the NFL.

Wilson added a video on social media early on Tuesday saying, "Seattle, we got a deal," shortly after his four-year $ 140 million extension to the Seahawks agreed, his agent Mark Rodgers told the Associated Press. Wilson's new deal runs through the 2023 season and includes a signed bonus of $ 65 million, a non-trading clause and $ 107 million in guaranteed money.

A yearly average of $ 35 million Wilson per year adds an average annual salary of $ 33.5 million to Aaron Rodgers as part of the $ 134 million extension he signed last year with the Green Bay Packers.

Wilson's current four-year agreement, $ 87.6 million, was signed at the start of the training camp in 2015 and was due to expire after next season.

CHICAGO (AP) – Zach Miller has come to an end after deciding to quit after losing his left foot on a bleak play two years ago.

Miller had nine surgeries to address his injuries after he decentralized his generation and banned an artery on a reception that could be in Newtown on October 29, 2017. He left that he could play again until he announced his retirement on Tuesday.

The 34 year old Mother of Instagram added that it was time to move on from playing the football. "

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) – The Chargers' people are Powder Blues here to finally stay.

Los Angeles Chargers spend their historic blue powder jerseys as their primary home uniforms in the coming season. The franchise announced the Tuesday's long-awaited move, and is taking years claiming fans for the attractive change.

There have been variations worn by the unusual sweater franchise since it was in the 1960 season of origin in Los Angeles and during the following dozen season in San Diego.


OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) – DeMarcus Cousins ​​have left a quadriceps muscle that will set aside the Golden State center indefinitely, a devastating injury that the warriors were afraid of when it went down in the first quarter of their first round loss. the clippers.

Tuesday morning MRI examination showed the left foot of Cousins ​​tear. The NBA champion defensive warriors said twice that Cousins ​​will begin rehabilitation immediately and that updates are provided as appropriate.

Trainer Steve Kerr said after a loss of Warriors' 135-131 Game 2 Monday night Cousins ​​would be out for a significant period.


PHILADELPHIA (AP) – All-Star 2026 Baseball Game will be played in Philadelphia to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.

Commissioner Rob Manfred made the announcement on Tuesday at Liberty Hall with a collection of All-Stars past and present on stage behind him. The Famer Hall of Phillies Mike Schmidt and six-All-Star Bryce Harper were six hours, the two final speakers were to speak to the crowd.

This is the first All-Star Game at Citizens Bank Park, opened in 2004. All-Star 1976 game was played by Veterans Stadium to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, and the 1996 Vet had a All-Star Game, stood in the same sports complex in South Philadelphia. 1943 and 1952 games were at Shibe Park.

CHICAGO (AP) – Baseball Base League is investigating a racist message sent to Chicago Cubs reliever Carl Edwards Jr. on social media this month.

Theo Epstein, president of the baseball operations for the Cubs, calls for the "easy to understand" language and says he cannot "be accepted in our game or society." He says the team supports Major League Baseball effort "to identify the responsible person." Athletics first reported the investigation.

Edwards was selected to Triple-A Iowa after he had trouble with his offer and had a tough start to this season. Last year, the right person went 27 years with 3-2 with a low-career ETC in 58 games.


LAS VEGAS (AP) – Las Vegas's judge pointed out that he was serious about the severity of injuries sustained by a 5-year-old girl whose death against former NFL player had caused murder and child abuse charges. .

Peace Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson denied Tuesday bands for Amy Taylor and former Cierre Wood back running pending a May 21 hearing.

Prosecutor Michelle Jobe said that a great jury is expected to hear evidence of the death of La Ryah Davis on 9 April.

Clark County coroner decided that lacered liver, broken ribs and died due to multiple injuries. Her death was regulated as homicide.

Wood played for Houston, New England, Buffalo, and in the Canadian Football League.


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