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Iowa’s Caitlin Clark becomes all-time NCAA women’s basketball scoring leader

Caitlin Clark broke the NCAA women’s career scoring record, making a long 3-pointer in the first quarter for No. 4 Iowa against Michigan on Thursday night.

Does it catch anyone else off guard that Major League Baseball pitchers and catchers basically report to spring training on Valentine’s Day?

It seems like you shouldn’t really be thinking about flyballs until at least St. Patrick’s Day, but here we are, ready to hear the snap of a ball hitting a mitt. 

In honour of MLB rousing from its winter hibernation and teams infiltrating cities across Florida and Arizona, we decided to adopt a baseball theme for this edition of the power rankings and identify some Cy Young guys for all 32 teams.

Scoring goals is ultimately the goal of the game, right? So here’s a peek at the players who eschew the pass in favour of firing that disc in the net themselves. 

1. Vancouver Canucks (36-12-6) Nils Hoglander is 17-6. It’s been a tough go for the Swede since he scored at a 19-goal clip in the pandemic-shortened 2020-21 season, but he’s well on his way to his first 20-goal NHL season. 

2. Boston Bruins (32-11-10) Jake DeBrusk had a nice bounce-back last year, but he’s sitting 12-13 right now and likely departs Boston as a UFA this summer. 

3. Edmonton Oilers (31-17-1) Evander Kane is 19-14 through 48 contests. He’s got 321 career goals compared to 285 assists. 

4. Dallas Stars (33-14-6) Evgenii Dadonov has been a useful depth scorer for Dallas this year. He’s 12-11 and could hit 20 goals with a nice push from here to April. 

5. Florida Panthers (34-15-4) Sam Reinhart’s scorching season — ahead of potentially hitting the open market this summer — has been something to behold. He’s 39-25 with a legit shot at the Rocket Richard Trophy. 


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