ATK Mohun Bagan Qualify For AFC Cup Knockouts After 1-1 Draw With Bashundhara Kings

David Williams scored the equaliser for ATK Mohun Bagan against Bashundhara Kings.© Twitter ATK Mohun Bagan qualified for the knockout stages of the AFC Cup following a 1-1 stalemate with Bangladesh champions Bashundhara Kings in a Group D match here on Tuesday. The Indian club made the inter-zonal semi-final of the second tier continental tournament as South Asian Zone champions. Brazilian midfielder Jonathan Fernandes (28′) put the Bangladeshi side ahead in the first half before teammate Sushanto Tripura (45+2′) was sent off at the stroke of half-time. Assisted by a…

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ATKMB qualify for knockouts of AFC Cup after 1-1 draw with Bashundhara Kings

ATK Mohun Bagan qualified for the knockout stages of the AFC Cup following a 1-1 stalemate with Bangladesh champions Bashundhara Kings in a Group D match here on Tuesday. The Indian club made the inter-zonal semi-final of the second tier continental tournament as South Asian Zone champions. Brazilian midfielder Jonathan Fernandes (28′) put the Bangladeshi side ahead in the first half before team-mate Sushanto Tripura (45+2′) was sent off at the stroke of half-time. Assisted by a Liston Colaco cross, Australian forward David Williams (62′) scored the equaliser to make…

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Kings sign Phillip Danault to six-year, US$33-million contract

Breadcrumb Trail Links NHL Montreal Canadiens Hockey Inside Out Hockey Centre posted 5-19-24 totals in 53 regular-season games last season with the Canadiens. Author of the article: Stu Cowan  •  Montreal Gazette Publishing date: Jul 28, 2021  •  July 28, 2021  •  3 minute read  •  45 Comments Phillip Danault posted 5-19-24 totals in 53 regular-season games last season with the Canadiens. Photo by John Mahoney /Montreal Gazette Article content The Los Angeles Kings signed free-agent centre Phillip Danault to a six-year, US$33-million contract on Wednesday with an annual salary-cap…

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Kings re-sign forward Trevor Moore to two-year, $3.75 million deal

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — Forward Trevor Moore is returning to the Los Angeles Kings with a two-year, $3.75 million contract extension. The Kings announced their re-signing Saturday. Moore set career highs last season with 10 goals and 13 assists in 56 games for Los Angeles in his first full NHL campaign. His two short-handed goals were tied for eighth in the league as he established himself as a solid two-way contributor to the Kings. The Kings acquired the Southern California product from Toronto in February 2020 when they sent…

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Kings acquire Viktor Arvidsson from Predators for draft picks

The Los Angeles Kings have acquired forward Viktor Arvidsson from the Nashville Predators in exchange for a 2021 second-round pick and a 2022 third-rounder. TRADE ALERT The LA Kings have acquired forward Viktor Arvidsson from the Nashville Predators in exchange for their second-round selection in the 2021 NHL Draft and third-round selection in the 2022 NHL Draft. Player Moves flown by @FlyONT — LA Kings (@LAKings) July 1, 2021 Arvidsson, 28, has three years remaining on a seven-year, $29.75-million contract he signed with the Predators in July 2017 that carries…

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Karachi Kings qualify for PSL playoffs, knock out Lahore Qalandars

Defending champion Karachi Kings squeaked into the Pakistan Super League playoffs after beating Quetta Gladiators by 14 runs in its do-or-die last league game on Saturday. Karachi finished on 10 points alongside Lahore Qalandars, but its better net run-rate knocked out the 2020 finalist from the playoffs. Quetta finished on the bottom of the table with only two wins from 10 games. Danish Aziz’s whirlwind knock of 45 runs off 13 balls lifted Karachi to 176-7. The left-hander smacked 33 runs in Jack Wildermuth’s penultimate over of the innings from…

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