Bruins sign Morrison to entry-level deal


Bruins sign Morrison to entry-level deal

SUNRISE, Fla. He wont be any kind of answer to the goaltending woes going on currently in Boston, but the Bruins have taken a flyer on another young goaltender.

The Bs announced on Thursday afternoon that theyve signed 21-year-old Adam Morrison from the Vancouver Giants to an entry-level deal, but hell finish out his junior hockey season with the Giants.

Morrison has played 56 WHL games this season for the Saskatoon Blades and the Giants, and has put together a 35-17-3 record with a 2.80 goals against average and .900 save percentage with one shutout. The 6-foot-3, 194-pound Morrison is a native of White Rock, British Columbia and is another newly minted member of the Black and Gold organization plucked right out of Canucks country.

Morrison was originally drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the third round (81st overall pick) in the 2009 draft, but never came to terms with the goalie-starved organization. Morrison will likely get added to the goaltending group in Providence once his junior hockey season is over and hell compete with Anton Khudobin and Michael Hutchinson for playing time.

Wednesday's Red Sox-Rays lineups: Ramirez gets night off


Wednesday's Red Sox-Rays lineups: Ramirez gets night off

Hanley Ramirez is getting a night off as the Red Sox look for their third straight win against the Rays tonight at Tropicana Field.

Travis Shaw will play first base, with Brock Holt at third.

Tonight's lineups:

Dustin Pedroia 2B
Xander Bogaerts SS
David Ortiz DH
Mookie Betts RF
Jackie Bradley Jr. CF
Sandy Leon C
Brock Holt 3B
Travis Shaw 1B
Andrew Benintendi LF
Rick Porcello P

Logan Forsythe 2B
Kevin Kiermaier CF
Evan Longoria 3B
Brad Miller SH
Matt Duffy SS
Logan Morrison 1B
Steven Souza Jr. RF
Corey Dickerson LF
Bobby Wilson C
Matt Andriese P

Update: Stork contemplates retirement in wake of trade to Redskins


Update: Stork contemplates retirement in wake of trade to Redskins

When word leaked this morning that the Patriots would release center Bryan Stork, the first question that popped to many people's minds was: "Couldn't they have traded him?"

Well, hours after the news broke, they apparently did:

And a few minutes later, Ian Rapoport came through with more information:

But now, as reported by CSN Mid-Atlantic's JP Finlay, the deal might not happen:

Stay tuned.