Brandon Saad, left, was a key player in helping the Blackhawks win the Stanley Cup this season. He had eight goals and three assists in the playoffs, and two goals and one assist in the finals.
The “perfect” trade that the Blue Jackets have pursued for weeks finally came together Tuesday, and it resonated across the NHL. The Jackets acquired left wing Brandon Saad and two prospects from the Chicago Blackhawks for forwards Artem Anisimov, Marko Dano, Corey Tropp and Jeremy Morin, and a fourth-round draft pick in 2016.
Carli Lloyd races across the field with U.S. teammates Ali Krieger (11) and Morgan Brian after scoring on a penalty kick.
MONTREAL — The Americans will have to wait until Sunday before they can call themselves the best women’s soccer team in the world, but they certainly put on an impressive performance against the top-ranked team on Tuesday night.
Shaun Marcum’s return to the Clippers got off to a rocky start as Columbus lost at Indianapolis 3-1 on Tuesday night at Victory Field.
Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor throws to first base to complete a double play after forcing out Asdrubal Cabrera at second in the sixth inning.
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Danny Salazar had his best fastball on Tuesday night, and he didn’t see much reason to use anything else. Salazar allowed two hits over 7 2/3 innings and the Cleveland Indians backed him with three home runs to defeat the Tampa Bay Rays 6-2.
CINCINNATI -- After a long wait to get started, Anthony DeSclafani had a hard time doing anything quickly. Torii Hunter homered again, and DeSclafani threw a career-high 122 pitches while the Minnesota Twins pulled away to an 8-5 victory over the Reds on Tuesday night.
Blue Jackets Development Camp started today with 32 prospects skating at the Ice Haus under the watchful eye of almost just as many Columbus staffers.