A rundown of the day's top sports Headlines
|Hello sports fans.
I have a boat load of National Hockey League and National Football League headlines.
First, we start with Major League Baseball.
Milwaukee Brewer's star player, Christian Yelich, is out for the rest of the season after fracturing his right knee.
That is too bad.
I have an appreciation for Yelich even though he doesn't play for the Toronto Blue Jays.
Yelich is a good player and now it seems his chances of winning the National League Most Valuable Player award are really slim.
Also in baseball, Minnesota Twin's Byron Buxton is also probably out for the year because of a left shoulder injury.
The Boston Bruins have signed head coach, Bruce Cassidy, to a multiyear contract extension.
The Winnipeg Jets have re-signed Josh Morrissey to a eight-year, $50 million contract extension.
The New York Rangers have signed Brendan Lemieux to a one-year contract. Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.
The Calgary Flames have signed Michael Stone to a one-year, $700,000 contract extension.
The Minnesota Wild has signed Kevin Fiala to a two=year, $6 million contract.
The New Jersey Devils have signed Paval Zacha to a three-year, $6.75 million contract.
The New York Jets have lost their quarterback.
Sam Darnold is going to miss multiple weeks because of mononucleosis.
The Jets are not going to have Quincy Enunwa for the rest of the season because of a neck injury.
To make matters worse for the Jets, Nathan Shepherd is suspended for six games for performance enhancing drugs.
Washington Redskin's Derrius Guice has reportedly underwent knee surgery and is probably out for six to eight weeks.
Kansas City Chiefs, Tyreek Hill is reportedly out for four to six weeks with a sternoclavicular joint injury.
Finally, Oakland Raider's Johnathan Abram reportedly injured his shoulder and is probably out for the rest of the season.