Victor Rask's hand injury more serious than Hurricanes originally thought
5 days ago - By Yardbarker
The Carolina Hurricanes already knew that they would be without forward Victor Rask indefinitely following surgery on his hand after he was slicing food in his kitchen several days ago. However, Chip Alexander of the News & Observer reports that Rask will be out months as the injury was more serious than originally thought as he cut both tendons and fingers in the incident.“It's not going to be quick,” said head coach Rod Brind'Amour. “It's going to be months, for sure.”Rask was a potential candidate to take a bigger role this year after the team traded away Elias Lindholm and Jeff...
Read more ...
Hurricanes' Rask will be out months says Brind'Amour
5 days ago - By TheScore
It could be some time before Victor Rask joins his Carolina Hurricanes teammates on the ice. The 25-year-old underwent surgery on his fourth and fifth fingers on his right hand Thursday after slicing them while making food. The team ruled Rask out indefinitely, but head coach Rod Brind'Amour says "it's going to be months." "It's not going to be quick," he added, according to Hurricanes.com's Michael Smith. Brind'Amour noted that Rask cut tendons in the fingers, according to Chip Alexander of The News Observer. Rask is coming off a down 2017-18 season that saw him post a career-low 31...
Read more ...
The headlines of Sportyst
Brighton vs Tottenham: TV channel, live stream, squad news & preview
Mauricio Pochettino's men head to the Amex Stadium looking for their first win in three games in all competitions
Timberwolves owner fielding trades for Jimmy Butler, report says
After reports surfaced the Timberwolves aren't interested in trading Butler, another stated owner Glen Taylor is encouraging the deal.
Trevor Bauer returns but Indians fall 7-5 to Red Sox
Boston Red Sox tied a team record more than a century old with their 105th win, beating the Cleveland Indians 7-5 Friday night.
Texas Rangers part ways with manager Jeff Banister
Miles Sanders rules the night as Penn State grinds up Illini late
Penn State and their new star tailback ran through Illinois in all ways, early and late in the Big Ten opener.
Let's Get Defensive with Ben Leber Week 4
Ben Leber breaks down the top 3 defensive matchups for week 4 of college football.
Team World socks it to Federer-Djokovic at Laver Cup
Kevin Anderson and Jack Sock spoiled the doubles debut of Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic but Team Europe still led Team World 3-1 after the first day of the 2018 Laver Cup...
500 goals saved my new book! - Zlatan
The Swede reveals he couldn't have timed his 500th goal better
Bold predictions for Week 4 in college football
The college football season continues to roll along and the staff at USA TODAY Sports has some bold predictions for Week 4.
WATCH: Big City comes through in the clutch against Giants
Matt Adams had a pinch-hit, go-ahead double in the eighth inning and both Paul DeJong and Yadier Molina made standout defensive plays as the Cardinals defeated the Giants on...