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Lakers’ Artest honored by writers

 

Ron Artest (file photo)

Ron Artest at one time used to be known as one of the bad boys of the NBA. But in his stints in Houston and Los Angeles, he has been on his best behavior.

The Lakers forward has been rewarded with the J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award which is presented annually by the Professional Basketball Writers Association.

A product of St. John’s University, the small forward has also played with Chicago, Indiana and Sacramento in the NBA.

 

compiled from NBA, Radio & TV news

Crew, Chivas USA play to a scoreless draw

 

(courtesy of MLS)

Soccer’s hardest working team, The Columbus Crew haven’t been able to handle Chivas USA like they have some of the other members of Major League Soccer, especially when they play in the Los Angeles suburb of Carson, California.

Columbus’ only win over Chivas USA at the Home Depot Center in Carson was in 2005, when the team was in its first year and won only 4 of 32 matches.

The Crew did not win this past weekend, but broke a five-game losing skid at Chivas USA with the 0-0 draw.

The match marked the third straight shutout for the Crew’s defense, which held Chivas USA to six shots.

The Crew is 1-1-2 while Chivas is still winless at 0-2-2 on the season.

Goalkeepers, William Hesmer of Columbus and Adam Kennedy of Chivas were tough to beat and did not crack under any pressure.

 

Info courtesy of Columbus Crew

Former Sabres star Martin dead at age 59

Rick Martin (Buffalo Sabres photo)

One of the Buffalo Sabres most-popular players of all-time, former star forward Rick Martin is dead at age 59 after being involved in a car crash.

Martin was a member of the Sabres’ famous and famed French Connection Line in the 1970′s that included Gilbert Perreault and Rene Robert.

Martin played the first 10 of his 11 NHL seasons with Buffalo, and set an NHL rookie record by scoring 44 goals in 1971.

Martin closed his career in the National Hockey League with Los Angeles in the 1981-82 season.

compiled from NHL & Buffalo Sabres news

Blue Jackets activate center Derick Brassard off injured reserve

Derick Brassard (file photo)

The Columbus Blue Jackets have activated center Derick Brassard off injured reserve. Brassard, who was injured against Los Angeles on February 18, had missed the last eight games.

Brassard returned Wednesday night for the Jackets game against St. Louis and collected his 26th assist of the season.

The 23-year-old Brassard has 14 goals to go along with the 26 assists for 39 points in 58 games this year, setting career highs in goals and points. He is tied for second on the team in game-winning goals with 3, while ranking third in power play goals (5) and fourth in goals, assists and points.

Columbus’ first pick, sixth overall, in the 2006 Entry Draft has garnered 34 goals-68 assists for 102 points in 184 career NHL games.

compiled from Columbus Blue Jackets news

Cardinals will lose Wainwright for 2011 season

Adam Wainwright (file photo)

The St. Louis Cardinals had their worst fears confirmed, that ace pitcher Adam Wainwright will have to undergo Tommy John surgery on his right elbow and miss the entire season.

St. Louis general manager John Mozeliak said that he learned the severity of the injury on the 29-year-old pitcher after a second opinion was authored by Dr. Lewis Yocum in Los Angeles.

compiled from staff, MLB & St. Louis Cardinals news

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