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National Review

February 13, 2015

On Wednesday night, the Chicago Blackhawks fell 5-4 against the Vancouver Canucks at home.

The St. Louis Blues claimed victory over the Arizona Coyotes 2-1 on Tuesday in Missouri.

In a victory over the Sacramento Kings 104-86, the Chicago Bulls defended their home court.

Wednesday night saw a win for the Milwaukee Bucks versus the Sacramento Kings 111-103.

Hall of Fame basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian died at the age of 84 on Wednesday after several years of health issues. Tarkanian became famous for leading the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to several championships and victories all the while fighting the NCAA on his recruiting practices and players.

Former San Diego Charger quarterback Jesse Freitas was identified as the man found dead in a parked car on Wednesday. Authorities say there is no indication of foul play as of now, but toxicology results are still being waited on.

Josh McCown, former Chicago Bears quarterback was released from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week. The Bucs only won one game this season with McCown as their quarterback, and the move indicates that the Bucs plan to use their first round draft pick on a new quarterback.

Jimmy Butler, of the Chicago Bulls, sat out on Thursday night due to a shoulder injury and his status in the All-Star Game this weekend is yet unknown.

Tiger Woods announced Wednesday that he would be taking a “leave of absence” from golf until he is ready to play again. Woods claims the leave is to take time for his back to heal and to get back into tournament game play.

Little League Baseball announced on Wednesday that it would be stripping the Chicago-based Jackie Robinson-West team of its U.S. Championship. Officials claim that boundary maps were falsified by manager Darold Butler who has since been suspended indefinitely from Little League activity.

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