Edmonton Oilers vs. Colorado Avalanche - NHL (3/21/22) | Faceoff, How to Watch, Preview
Following the National Hockey League’s Trade Deadline, two of the best teams as of late, including the team with the best record, meet on Monday night, as Nathan MacKinnon and the Colorado Avalanche host Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers. The Avs are currently the best team in the enitre league, and are on their path to another President’s Trophy as the best team during the regular season. Colorado comes into Monday night on a three-game win streak, and are 5-3-1 in the month of March. What: NHL HockeyWho: Edmonton Oilers (35-23-4) vs. Colorado Avalanche (44-13-5)When: Monday, March 21Time: 9:30 p.m. ETWhere: Ball Arena (Denver, Colo.)Stream: ESPN+Check out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
Boston Bruins vs. Los Angeles Kings - NHL (2/28/22) | Faceoff, How to Watch, Preview
On Monday night, two long-standing franchises with playoff aspirations meet in an intriguing matchup on Monday night, as the Los Angeles Kings play host to the Boston Bruins. While L.A. is not in secured playoff spot, they are certainly feeling good in second place in the Pacific Division. Unlike the Kings, Boston has a little more room to breathe, as they are nine points ahead of the Columbus Blue Jackets, who are ninth in the conference. What: NHL HockeyWho: Boston Bruins (30-17-4) vs. Los Angeles Kings (28-17-7)When: Monday, February 28Time: 10:30 p.m. ETWhere: Crypto.com Arena (Los Angeles, Calif.)Channel: NHL NetworkStream: FuboTV (7-day free trial), Sling, DirecTV StreamCheck out the NHL standings and results on NHL.commlive.com
Detroit Tigers trade deadline: Everyone on roster who has trade value and players they wouldnt move
DETROIT The Detroit Tigers are certainly a team to watch at this years strange trade deadline. These are the players the Tigers likely wouldnt trade because they want to build around them for the future and they wouldnt get equal value in return. Other playersThe rest of the players on the Tigers roster fall into four possible categories: role players, players whove lost value because of rough seasons, question marks and Miguel Cabrera. Some players might have had some trade value if they were having strong seasons, and they might regain value in the future. The chance that they become decent contributors outweighs their modest trade value.
Imagining 8 trades Detroit Tigers could make with 8 different teams ahead of next weeks deadline
Considering the 2020 season is only 60 games long, rental players wont be worth as much ahead of Mondays deadline. Tigers prospect breakdowns:Its a unique season and we dont really know what the deadline will bring. Heres a look at eight possible trades with eight different teams who could be interested in some of the Tigers assets. Sports world to Detroit fans: No, you have not yet suffered enoughThe catcher spot has been a disaster in 2020. Austin Romine has been solid for the Tigers this season and would cost next to nothing as a 25-game rental.
Detroit Tigers should consider trading pitchers to Yankees for Clint Frazier, Miguel Andujar
On Thursday, the Yankees optioned Miguel Andujar to their alternate training site, where hell join former top prospect Clint Frazier in intrasquad games and workouts. Trade returnJust because Andujar and Frazier cant break the Yankees starting lineup doesnt mean theyre scrubs. In that full season, Andujar hit 27 home runs and 47 doubles in 149 games with a low strikeout rate and a .297/.328/.527 slash line. Andujar has shown what he can do in a full season, and Frazier deserves a chance to validate his prospect pedigree. But with Miguel Cabreras contract the only post-arbitration deal on the books after this season, the Tigers have plenty of money to spend.