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New York Rangers forward Alexis Lafrenière was the top pick in the NHL draft after a stellar stint in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Lafrenière was leading the league with 112 points (35 goals, 77 assists) in 52 games last season when play ended.

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Get your chimney inspected and cleaned to avoid unintentional and dangerous fires. It's also time for a furnace tune-up.

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Players not selected in draft can sign with major league teams beginning on June 14 at 9 a.m. EDT but are limited to signing bonuses of $20,000 or less.

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The Seahawks need an edge rusher who can take advantage of Jadeveon Clowney's presence, assuming he resigns. Chaisson features one of the highest upsides at any position in this draft class. He's a natural speed rusher who is capable of dropping into coverage and can be an asset in defending the run. The one knock is his durability. Top needs: Edge, OL, TE

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The 2001 No. 1 overall draft pick was a star during six years with the Atlanta Falcons, but his short stay ended in disgrace. Vick served 18 months in prison following his guilty plea for a dogfighting operation in his native Virginia. Vick got a second chance in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, eventually replaced Donovan McNabb and led the team to an NFC East title in 2010, winning NFL Comeback Player of the Year honors. He earned another big contract, but struggled with injuries and inconsistency the rest of his career.

CHICAGO - Darius Bazley isn't out to change the college basketball landscape or even inspire other young players. As a potential preps-to-pros player and former five-star recruit, the 6-foot-9 forward from Cincinnati is a unique athlete trying to win over NBA scouts without having played last season. He decommitted from Syracuse. He reneged on his initial idea to play in the G League. Unlike ...

While this weekend was one of NASCAR's more exciting of the season, what with Chase Elliott winning at Talladega in grand fashion, it was a stacked weekend for athletics in general. Playoff hockey and basketball continued in full swing, and of course, the 2019 NFL draft consumed the city of Nashville, Tenn. In honor of the NFL draft, where professional teams take turns selecting the best ...

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In 1997 Jimmy Johnson's drafting wizardry was on full display with the Miami Dolphins. Yes, the team's No. 1 pick that year was ill-fated. Receiver Yatil Green, of the Miami Hurricanes, suffered an ACL knee injury on the first day of training camp, endured 10 surgeries on that right knee in three years, and soon faded from the league as damaged goods. Yet it was still a great draft. That's ...

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Intrepid Bears general manager Ryan Pace summed up why he moved up 14 spots in the NFL draft to select Iowa State running back David Montgomery, using the words that drive his actions every April. "No regrets," Pace told reporters at Halas Hall. "If we see something, and we have consensus on it, then we're going to make it happen." History says the only surprise in Pace's trade with the ...

When playing the game of trying to nail down whom the Blackhawks will take with the eighth overall pick in the upcoming NHL draft, it serves you well to consider the characteristics they value in their players. And for that we turn to Mark Kelley, the Hawks' vice president of amateur scouting. "The hockey IQ, the skating, the skill set," said Kelley, who joined the Hawks in 2006. "We want to ...

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