TSN reports that Sources confirm NHL players facing charges

Four NHL players have been directed to surrender for sexual assault charges over a 2018 incident in London, Ontario. Ex-player Alex Formenton is facing charges too. This follows a civil lawsuit by a woman alleging assault post a Hockey Canada event. Investigations by NHL and Hockey Canada are ongoing, while police reopened the case following a 2019 closure and public outcry after a $3.55-million settlement.

Netflix will be new home of WWE in 2025

Netflix has secured exclusive streaming rights for WWE content from 2025 for $5 billion, for a decade, with options to terminate or extend after five years. This includes all WWE shows, specials, and pay-per-view events globally. WWE network will shut down internationally, with programming moving to Netflix, while varying broadcast details apply in the U.S. and Canada. The deal positively affected TKO and Netflix stock prices.

Adrian Griffin has been fired. Doc Rivers next Bucks coach?

Adrian Griffin has been dismissed as head coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, despite a decent team record and a previous NBA Championship win with the Raptors. Doc Rivers, a renowned coach with a significant win record and an NBA title with the Celtics, is emerging as the leading candidate to replace Griffin. Rivers, having recently been fired from the 76ers, is poised to return to coaching with the Bucks.

The most brutal own goal ever scored in the NHL

Last night, the Pittsburgh Penguins inadvertently scored an own goal due to a delayed penalty, epitomizing their struggling season. Positioned 7th in their division, they remain just five points shy of a wild card slot. The trade deadline looms, potentially seeing players like Jake Guentzel traded, while Crosby and Malkin stay put. Surprisingly, Arizona is only two points from a wild card.

The league leading Vancouver Canucks all in on Jake Guentzel?

Surprisingly topping the NHL, the Vancouver Canucks are considering trading for UFA Jake Guentzel, leveraging his connections to the team’s management and coaching staff. With $30.85M in cap space and key re-signings looming, including RFAs Pettersson and Hronek, the Canucks face tough financial decisions. They’re expected to re-sign certain players while others may leave, aiming to maintain their robust lineup and potential playoff success amid injury-related challenges.