Both Alex Ovechkin and T.J. Oshie had impressive performances in the Caps' 5-4 win over the Wild. But who will have more goals at season's end? The Caps Extra crew discussed the topic after the game.
ST. LOUIS • Major League Soccer’s commissioner said he’s “confident” St. Louis will get a team in the league’s four-team expansion, if voters approve financing for a stadium Tuesday. “I’m very confident that if we’re able to go forward here, all that energy behind bringing MLS to St. Louis for many many years will be fulfilled,” Garber said Monday at a news conference here. “But we still have work to do.” Garber was referring to the expansion process, which includes bids from St. Louis and 11 other communities around the country. Two of the four new franchises are expected to be announced later this year. Garber appeared in St. Louis a week before city voters will decide on Proposition 2, which
LA Galaxy and U.S. men's national team midfielder Sebastian Lletget will miss the next 4-6 months because of a tackle that knocked him out of the USA's 6-0 World Cup qualifying win vs. Honduras on Friday night. Playing minutes from where he grew up, Lletget, who scored the opener five minutes in for his first international goal, suffered a Lisfranc injury after a tackle from Honduras's Ever Alvarado. Initial tests revealed no ligament damage and it was thought that Lletget would have a relatively quick recovery, but further examination revealed the severity of the injury, which will require surgery to correct once swelling subsides, the Galaxy announced on Tuesday.