Steve Ott has discovered a new and gentle way to instigate opponents during Thursday’s Sabres – Canadiens game. Instead of pushing or punching or even biting, Buffalo’s Ott has decided to start licking opponents. As Montreal’s Jeff Halpern learned the weird way, one of hockey’s dirty little secrets is that the visors on helmets are grape-flavored, but no one wants to wear a visor because licking opponents’ visors would be near-impossible and almost always awkward.
The Lakers sat LaVar Ball down.
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Jingle bells, Kansas is soft.
Not cool people, not cool.
Eve Hewson, Chase Headley traded, Yu Darvish tipped pitches in World Series and more.
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Adam Schefter Says NFL "Determined That Michael Bennett Was Really Diving for the Football, Not at the Knees of a Jaguars Player"
But who are you going to believe? The NFL or your lying eyes?