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Colorado Avalanche gear flying off shelves after Stanley Cup win

By: Judith Kohler

Colorado Avalanche fans didn’t wait until the morning after to load up on new team gear in celebration of the team’s Stanley Cup win. The Dick’s Sporting Goods stores that were open Sunday night were plenty busy. “Avs fans have been passionate this entire year and then last night they...

Sources: Nets grant Kyrie Irving permission to seek sign-and-trade packages

By: Tribune News Service

The Nets and Kyrie Irving have not gotten any closer to finding an amicable solution that keeps the superstar guard in Brooklyn. In fact, things are trending the opposite direction: While Nets GM Sean Marks and superstar forward Kevin Durant have yet to speak this offseason, Irving’s camp has requested...

One arrest made in relation to Avalanche Stanley Cup celebration

By: Ryan Biller

When the Avs won the Stanley Cup on Sunday, celebrations erupted across Colorado. While things remained mostly civil, Denver police say that one arrest was made during the night in relation to the win. Related Articles Crime and Public Safety | Keeler: Best part of Avalanche’s Stanley Cup win? How...

Yankees hope they ‘dodged a bullet’ with Gleyber Torres ankle

By: Tribune News Service

Gleyber Torres has had a resurgence. After two years of struggles, the second baseman has returned to the position where he seems more comfortable and has rediscovered a swing that works for him. So watching him leave Sunday’s game with a turned ankle was obviously concerning. Aaron Boone was optimistic...

Tony ‘Goose’ Siragusa, NFL champ, broadcaster dead at 55

By: Tribune News Service

Super Bowl champion Tony Siragusa, who went on to be a popular NFL broadcaster, is dead at 55. The Kenilworth, N.J., native died suddenly Wednesday, according to a statement from Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti posted to the team’s Twitter feed. “Goose,” as he was known around the league, spent...