• KHL player banned 8 games for Max Talbot hit, brutal head slash (Video)
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    KHL player banned 8 games for Max Talbot hit, brutal head slash (Video)

    Max Talbot, beloved former NHL player, is now competing in the KHL’s playoffs with Lokomotiv. It was during that melee that Panin dished out a second head-shot to a Lokomotiv player: Brandon Kozun, who had a cup of coffee with the Toronto Maple Leafs and was in the Los Angeles Kings system.

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    Ghost Of Dale Earnhardt Sr. Shows Up To Washington Capitals Game

    In addition to being one of the greatest drivers in NASCAR history, Dale Earnhardt Sr. had one of the most distinguishable appearances the sport has ever seen. Some fans, however, have managed to master the look and garb of “The Intimidator.” One of those fans was in the District of Columbia on Tuesday to watch the Washington Capitals take on the Calgary Flames. Seated right behind the glass, the Earnhardt doppelganger quickly became a hit at the Verizon Center. Granted, Earnhardt wasn’t for known for his beer-drinking skills, but at least the doppelganger’s outfit was spot-on, with Goodwrench firesuit and trademark sunglasses. Unlike the real seven-time Winston Cup champion, though, the fan’s

  • ‘Hawks sign Kero to two-year extension
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    ‘Hawks sign Kero to two-year extension

    Chicago has re-upped with winger Tanner Kero on a two-year deal, the club announced on Thursday. Kero, 24, is in his second season with the ‘Hawks. He made his NHL debut in ’15-16 and has earned a more prominent role this year, scoring 12 points through 38 games. Undrafted out of Michigan Tech, Kero parlayed a strong senior season — which included being a Hobey Baker finalist — into a contract with the ‘Hawks. He’s spent quite a bit of time in AHL Rockford, emerging as a quality goalscorer. That said, Kero has developed a more well-rounded game with Chicago, and impressed head coach Joel Quenneville in the process. “He’s reliable in a lot of ways,” Quenneville said, per CSN Chicago. “He puts