Tag:Marian Hossa
Posted on: July 2, 2009 11:41 am

Pistons land big free agents and Hossa gets paid

Destination: Detroit

The Pistons work fast on the first day of free agency, agreeing to deals with Ben Gordon and Charlie Villanueva. Ken Berger says Detroit feels the time to act is now, not next summer. Full story | Berger: Collins out

Dumars' deadline | Berger: Artest to Cavs? | Turkoglu | FAsB/R | Hey!

Free spending

The Blackhawks sign Marian Hossa to a 12-year deal, the Rangers get Marian Gaborik and the Canadian teams enjoy their holiday on Day 1 of the free-agent market. Wes Goldstein analyzes the biggest moves.

Wild sign Havlat | Tracker | B/R: Gazing | Speak up!

TEs: Get in line

There are those who would argue for Antonio Gates, Jason Witten, Dallas Clark or others as the NFL's best tight end. But Pete Prisco has a certain record-setting, Hall of Fame-bound No. 1 guy in mind. Top 10 TEs

Prisco: DTs | B/R: Boldin for Marshall? | Fantasy: Gonzalez | Projections

Posted on: May 8, 2009 12:06 pm

Can the Dodgers trust Manny in the future?

A bitter taste

Dodgers star Manny Ramirez violated baseball's anti-drug policy and is banned for 50 games. Scott Miller wonders if L.A. can trust him again. Danny Knobler says that this is hardly a shock. | Ratto | Freeman

Related Links: Statement | Talk! | Dodgers' streak ends

Wings lift

The defending champs needed this one. Johan Franzen and Marian Hossa score twice apiece to lead Detroit to a series-tying 6-3 victory at Anaheim. Detroit finally rattles goalie Jonas Hiller, Wes Goldstein says.

Related Links: Series: Tied 2-2 | B/R: Two minutes, too much? | Talk!

Blowout Part II

LeBron James and the white-hot Cavs are on a mission. For the second straight playoff game, James -- who scores 27 points -- and Cleveland crush Atlanta, this time 105-85 in Game 2 to take a 2-0 series lead. Story

Related Links: Series: Cavaliers 2, Hawks 0 | B/R | Hey!

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