Sunday, October 14, 2018

What Did You Miss Sunday?


--The Chiefs and Patriots was a game everyone wanted to see and they weren't disappointed. Stephen Gostkowski's 28 yard field goal as time expired gave New England a 43-40 win over Kansas City as the Chiefs lost their first of the year. The L-A Rams stayed unbeaten as they knocked off Denver 23-20.

--The Penguins look like they will be without Justin Schultz for a while.  The defenceman suffered what is believed to be a fractured leg or ankle Saturday night when he got tied up with Tomas Plekanec of the Habs.

--The NHL will hold a phone hearing with Florida defenceman Mike Matheson.  Matheson took out Vancouver rookie Elias Pettersson behind the net before slamming him to the ice.  Petterson did not return.

--Red Sox pitcher Chris Sale was admitted to the hospital and will stay overnight after reporting a "stomach illness," the team announced Sunday night during Game 2 of the American League Championship Series. A game they won 7-5 to even the series at 1. Sale was admitted to Massachusetts General Hospital in the afternoon, the day after he pitched in Game 1 of the series at Fenway Park. The Red Sox said Sale is being kept in the hospital for evaluation and that updates will be made available.

--Christine Sinclair scored twice and Canada went on to secure a spot in next year’s World Cup in France with a 7-0 victory over Panama on Sunday in the semifinals of the CONCACAF qualifying tournament. Sinclair has 177th international goals. She ranks second on the career list — among both men and women — behind former U.S. forward Abby Wambach’s record of 184 goals. Canada, ranked No. 5 in the world, will make its seventh World Cup appearance

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