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Two Admiral Alumni Face-Off for Stanley Cup

Milwaukee, WI - A pair of Admirals Alumni will face-off when the Stanley Cup Finals get underway on Saturday night between the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Dallas Stars. Alexander Radulov of the Stars will look to become the 17th player to skate for the Admirals and then capture The Cup, while Tampa Assistant Coach Todd Richards hopes to make to be the first coach to do it since Lane Lambert won with Washington in 2018. Patric Hornqvist, who won back-to-back Cups with the Pittsburgh Penguin... Full Story

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Former Maverick Carter Verhaeghe Becomes Third Consecutive Maverick to Appear on Stanley Cup Roster

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. - Tampa Bay Lightning forward Carter Verhaeghe (VURR-hay-ghee) will become the third consecutive former Kansas City Mavericks player to be on a Stanley Cup Finals roster, as the Tampa Bay Lightning advanced to the 2020 Stanley Cup Final Thursday night with a 2-1 win over the New York Islanders in overtime at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Verhaeghe joins Ville Husso (HOO-soh) (St. Louis Blues, 2019) and Maxime Lagace (LAY-gah-see) (Vegas Golden Knights, 2018) as the only former Mavericks to appear on a Stanley Cup Final roster. Verhaeghe has a chance to beco... Full Story

Capitals Ink Sprong to Two-Year Deal

(Arlington, VA) - The Washington Capitals, the NHL affiliate of the Hershey Bears, have signed forward Daniel Sprong to a two-year contract. The announcement was made by Washington's senior vice president and general manager Brian MacLellan. Per the Capitals, Sprong's one-way contract for both seasons will carry an average annual salary of $725,000. Sprong, 23, was acquired by the Capitals from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for defenseman Christian Djoos on Feb. 25. He joined the Bears and made an immediate impact, posting three points (one goal, two assists) in his Hershey debut, scoring t... Full Story

Milwaukee Milkmen win American Association Championship

The Milwaukee Milkmen claimed the 2020 American Association Championship by beating the Sioux Falls Canaries 4-1 on Thursday night in Sioux Falls, winning the series 4-1. The Milkmen saw a strong outing from starting pitcher David Holmberg that paved the way to victory in game five. He worked 7.1 innings and allowed just one hit and one walk while striking out eight batters. The Canaries' only run came in the top of the ninth inning and American Association Rookie of the Year Peyton Grey stifled that rally as he struck out two batters to seal the win. Milwaukee took the lead in the secon... Full Story

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The following minor league and alternative professional sports teams on OurSports Central have been viewed the most over the last seven days:
  1. B.C. Lions - Canadian Football League (CFL)
  2. Prescott Valley - Indoor Football League (IFL)
  3. Albany - National Arena League (NAL)
  4. Baltimore Lightning - National Arena League (NAL)
  5. Tampa Bay Tornadoes - National Arena League (NAL)
  6. Fort Worth - National Lacrosse League (NLL)
  7. K-Town Bobbers - Northwoods League (Northwoods)
  8. Motor City Rockers - Federal Prospects Hockey League (FPHL)
  9. Angel City - National Women's Soccer League (NWSL)
  10. Gastonia - Atlantic League (AtL)


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BASEBALL
Affiliated Minor League Baseball
ApL, AzFL, AzL, CalL, CarL, EL, FSL, GCL, IL, ML, MWL, NWL, NYPL, PCL, PL, SAL, SL, TL
College Wood Bat Baseball
Northwoods, TCL
Independent Minor League Baseball
AA, AtL, FL, PA, Pecos

BASKETBALL
Men's Minor League Basketball
BIG3, G League, NBL Canada
Women's Basketball
WNBA

FOOTBALL
Indoor/Arena Football
CIF, IFL, NAL
Outdoor Football
CFL, XFL

HOCKEY
Junior Hockey
NAHL, OHL, QMJHL, USHL, WHL
Minor League Hockey
AHL, ECHL, FPHL, SPHL
Women's Hockey
NWHL

LACROSSE
Indoor Lacrosse
NLL
Outdoor Lacrosse
MLL, PLL

OTHER
Other Sports
MLR
Other Women's
NPF, WTT

SOCCER
Indoor Soccer
MASL
Outdoor Soccer
CPL, MLS, USL, USL1
Women's Soccer
NWSL