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MTU Cancels Summer Sports Camps – Monday Sports Wrap

MTU Michigan Tech Recreation has canceled all of its 2020 summer sports camps and tournaments because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision followed the announcement late last week by university president Rick Koubek that all face-to-face instruction on campus would be suspended for the summer. Those who have registered for …

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NASCAR to Resume May 17th – Friday Sports Wrap

NASCAR NASCAR plans to resume its season May 17th. The first official event since March 8th will be held at Darlington Raceway. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster has signed off on the event, even though he recently extended the state’s stay-at-home order through May 12th. There will be no fans …

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Wings Sign Goalies – Thursday Sports Wrap

NHL The Detroit Red Wings have added some goaltending depth. The Wings have signed Victor Brattstrom out of Sweden to a two-year entry-level contract. Brattstrom was their sixth-round draft pick in 2018. Detroit’s top farm team, the Grand Rapids Griffins, also re-signed former Ferris State goalie Pat Nagle. Finlandia The …

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WCHA Hoping for Normal Season – Tuesday Sports Wrap

WCHA The Western Collegiate Hockey Association is anticipating opening its 2020-2021 season on schedule. Commissioner Bill Robertson told the Bemidji Pioneer newspaper that he’s hopeful that restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic will be relaxed enough by early October that teams can play, and fans can attend the games. He …

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NFL Draft Opens Tonight

NFL The National Football League amateur draft begins with the first round tonight. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, general managers will take part via computer links from their homes, as will league commissioner Roger Goodell. The Detroit Lions say they will have an IT specialist camped out in GM Bob Quinn’s …

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