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Former Chicago Blackhawks player Daniel Carcillo, shown here during the 2013 season, is suing the NHL, alleging the league without important information regarding traumatic brain injuries.
Former Blackhawks Carcillo, Boynton sue NHL over brain injuries
Former Chicago Blackhawks Daniel Carcillo and Nick Boynton filed a lawsuit Friday against the NHL, alleging the league held back information about brain injuries.
LEFT: Los Angeles Dodgers assistant hitting coach Brant Brown. LEFT INSET: Mark Grace greets Cubs teammate Brant Brown at home plate as Brown scores the winning run after a wild pitch at Wrigley Field. RIGHT: Dodgers bullpen coach Mark Prior. RIGHT INSET: Mark Prior pitches for the Cubs against the Cardinals on Aug. 31, 2002.
It's all good as former Cubs Prior and Brown return to Wrigley
White Sox’s Matt Davidson reacts after being tagged out by Oakland Athletics shortstop Marcus Semien at third during the sixth inning of the Sox’s 11-2 loss in Game 1 of a doubleheader against the Oakland A’s on Friday.
Poor defense paves way for White Sox's eighth straight loss
Chicago Blackhawks general manager on why he’s excited about Friday’s NHL draft: “There’s a number of top players available and we know we’re going to get one.”
Still mum on Crawford, Blackhawks GM looks to add dynamic player in draft
Associated Press Buffalo Sabres 6-foot-4 defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen played 73 games last season and contributed 6 goals and 35 assists.
How recent No. 8 picks in NHL draft have fared
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
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