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NJ Devils get Brodeur back in goal


Martin Brodeur in December 2007 (by James Teterenko via wikipedia commons)

The New Jersey Devils are getting their All-Star goaltender back.

The 39-year-old was taken off injured reserve after being out of action for more than two weeks with a bruised right shoulder.

With Brodeur back in action, the Devils shipped Keith Kinkaid back to their Albany minor-league team.

Brodeur was hurt on October 13 trying to make a diving stop against the LA Kings in the first period. He finished the period and was replaced in goal by Johan Hedberg, who has been the starter in his absence.

Brodeur practiced with the Devils on Monday and might be in the lineup Wednesday when the team plays the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.


Info compiled from NHL, New Jersey Devils, Radio & TV news

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Greeneview star Bradds chooses Ohio Bobcats


Evan Bradds (courtesy of Greeneview High School athletics)

Jamestown Greeneview High School basketball player Evan Bradds decided to make his college choice now and get it out of the way.

At the end of verbally committed to the Ohio University Bobcats basketball program saying “that it was the right fit for him.”

Bradds, a 6-foot-6, 185-pound post player, averaged 17.0 points, 5.9 rebounds and shot 52 percent from the field as a sophomore last season.

He helped lead the Rams to their second straight appearance in the Division III district championship game, and was named Division III District 9 Player of the Year.

Bradds also considered offers from Miami (Ohio), Akron, Toledo, Wright State, James Madison and Albany.

If the name Bradds sounds familiar, it should. His dad, David, played at the University of Dayton, and his grandfather, Gary, a former legend at Ohio State, was an NBA first-round draft pick.

Bradds, who’ll graduate from high school in 2013, has the ability to be a big-time scorer shooter, he’s tough in the lane and can drive the basketball according to scouting reports.


Special thanks goes out to the Bradds’ family and Greeneview athletic director Mark Rinehart for giving permission to use Evan’s photo

Info compiled from staff, recruiting news, Radio & TV news

OSU’s Alexander earns ECAC Offensive Player of the Week

Dominique Alexander (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

Dominique Alexander, a sophomore midfielder, on the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team, has been named the ECAC Offensive Player of the Week.

Alexander had seven goals and three assists, in games last week; the Buckeyes 11-7 win over Lehigh and and 11-9 loss at nationally-ranked Albany.

This is the second league weekly honor for Alexander, a native of Baldwin, New York.

Alexander has played in 21 games for the Buckeyes, starting 20, has 15 goals, 12 assists for 27 points.

info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Legends Classic selects teams; Syracuse heads list

Syracuse University, which was ranked Number 1 for one week last season, and two other NCAA tournament teams, Georgia Tech and UTEP will be host schools in the 2010 Legends Classic.

Michigan is the other team in the field guaranteed a berth in the semifinals, which will be held November 26 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. The championship game will be held November 27.

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The teams comprising the Syracuse regional include: Detroit, William & Mary. Bowling Green and Gardner-Webb will play at Michigan. Albany and Niagara will play at Georgia Tech. Mercer and Western Carolina will vist UTEP.

The non-host teams play three more games in subregional games at Detroit or William & Mary, so all 12 teams in the tournament play four games.

Florida won Last year’s tournament.

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