President Trump turns down invite to throw first pitch on opening day
ESPN.com On June 21, GM George McPhee and his staff will unveil the inaugural roster for the Vegas Golden Knights, who will begin play in the fall. To get an idea of what to expect, we asked our writers to each draft a team made up of the best players expected to be exposed in the expansion draft. A few caveats: In the real expansion draft, the Knights likely won't be taking the best possible players, but rather will optimize the entire process in terms of acquiring assets. In other words, they might agree not to take some of the players we've listed in exchange for a side deal that nets them a draft pick and/or prospect. Or McPhee might work a deal to take an exposed player with a bigger contract,
Patric Hornqvist tries his best to bring the Penguins back, scoring a late goal in the Third period to close in on the Flyers lead.
TAMPA, Fla. — From the moment he arrived in training camp, because of his irascible style and agitating ability, Ryan Hartman was saddled with the label of The Next Andrew Shaw. But Hartman has proved to be much more than a poor-man’s Shaw. With 18 goals and the versatility to play on any line and in all three forward spots, he has been a key reason the Blackhawks sit atop the Western Conference. But lately, he’s starting to resemble Shaw in an unwelcome way — by taking too many penalties. After sitting just two penalty minutes in his first 24 games, Hartman has racked up 66 penalty minutes in his last 46. His double minor Saturday night — two for hooking and two for unsportsmanlike conduct for