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Here’s why the Kraken played a 4-on-4 overtime in loss to Predators

Why did the Kraken and Predators play a four-on-four overtime last week? Things aren't always simple when it comes to penalties in the NHL.

Jaxson Kirkland hoping to (finally) close his Husky career by opening eyes at UW pro day

The Jaxson Kirkland Era at Washington is all but over. After six seasons, 46 wins and three first-team All-Pac-12 selections, he's hoping to close his Husky career by opening eyes at UW's pro day.

AP sources: Harris/Rales group submits bid for Commanders

Two people with knowledge of the situation tell The Associated Press a group led by Josh Harris and Mitchell Rales has submitted a fully financed bid for the NFL's Washington Commanders.

Gumbel to receive Sports Emmy Lifetime Achievement Award

Bryant Gumbel will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award during the 44th Annual Sports Emmy Awards on May 22 in New York.

IOC details advice to let Russia, Belarus athletes return

Russian athletes have been given conditions by the International Olympic Committee that could lead to their return to international sports events.

Black female athletes: Having Black female coach is crucial

Black female representation in the coaching and sports administrative ranks has often existed on a minute scale.

MLB The Show breaks barrier with Negro League players

MLB The Show is breaking a video game barrier: For the first time, the franchise will insert some of the greatest Negro League players — from Satchel Paige to Jackie Robinson — into the 2023 edition of the game as playable characters.

Mariners are only team not to make World Series. Does that change this year?

The Mariners are the only MLB team to not make a trip to the World Series. It's not a question of if they will, but when, writes Larry Stone.

Prospects get chance to shine in Basketball Africa League

Several prospects from the NBA Academy in Africa are playing in the new season of the Basketball Africa League.

Hundreds of fencers protest against letting Russians compete

More than 300 fencers including nine medalists from the last Olympics in Tokyo have signed an open letter urging the sport’s governing body and the International Olympic Committee not to allow Russian fencers to compete while the war in Ukraine continues.

Lawmakers vote on Paris Olympic law with surveillance fears

A proposed French law for the 2024 Paris Olympics that critics contend will open the door for privacy-busting video surveillance technology in Europe faces an important hurdle with French lawmakers set to vote on it.

Real winner of NCAA women’s regional was fans showing up and showing out

Nearly 45,000 fans attended the four days of women's basketball at Climate Pledge Arena, further showing that the Emerald City could support a future Final Four.

Ingram scores 29 as Pelicans rout Trail Blazers 124-90

Brandon Ingram scored 29 points and the New Orleans Pelicans routed the shorthanded Portland Trail Blazers 124-90 for their fifth straight victory.
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