Rays at Indians: Luis Patino on the mound, Mike Zunino on the bench

The Rays are in Cleveland for a four-game weekend series and will have just-called-up 21-year-old right-hander Luis Patino on the mound for tonight’s opener.

Patino has been up from Triple-A several times this season. This time, the Rays seem willing to give him the opportunity to stick around, manager Kevin Cash saying the team was willing to create a lane for him to have the opportunity for success.

Infielder Vidal Brujan was sent back to Triple-A to make room on the roster for Patino. The Rays on Wednesday also put reliever J.P. Feyerisen on the injured list and called up Chris Mazza.

Catcher Mike Zunino is out of the lineup for a third straight game after leaving Monday’s game with left hip flexor tightness, though he did pinch hit — and draw a walk — on Wednesday. Cash said before the Tuesday and Wednesday games that he expected Zunino back in the lineup the next day.

Cash said Thursday Zunino wanted to play today and “is in a good spot,” but the team wanted to be cautious and take one more day, and plans for him to start on Friday.

Outfielder Manuel Margot (left hamstring) will start a short rehab assignment with Triple-A Durham tonight, and Chris Archer will make another rehab appearance on the mound.

Here is the Rays lineup:

And here is the Indians lineup with Bradley Zimmer scratched due to cold-like symptoms and undergoing a COVID-19 test, and Tampa Gaither High product Oscar Mercado going to centerfield.

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Tom Brady compares teams passing on him as a free agent to saying ‘no’ to Michael Jordan or Wayne Gretzky

As if Tom Brady needed any more reasons to be motivated. Moving on from Bill Belichick and wanting to prove he could win a championship without him, Brady looked to showcase to the NFL he still was at the top of his game as he entered his mid 40s.

Some teams didn’t want to take a chance on Brady when the then six-time Super Bowl champion hit the free agent market, however. That was enough for Brady to want to prove to those franchises that passing on him was a mistake, especially since it isn’t every day the greatest quarterback ever hits the open market.

“It would be a no-brainer if you said, ‘Hey, you’ve got a chance to get Wayne Gretzky on your team,’ or ‘You get a chance to have Michael Jordan on your team,'” Brady said to Jim Gray during a SiriusXM Town Hall event earlier this week, via NFL.com. “‘Ahh, we don’t need him. No thanks, we’re good.'”

Brady has every right to compare himself to Gretzky and Jordan, even before he captured his seventh Super Bowl title. Jordan had six championships and five league MVP awards while Gretzky had nine league MVPs, the two greatest players their respective sports have ever seen. Brady is the greatest winner the NFL had ever seen when he hit free agency, having six Super Bowl titles and three league MVP awards.

Yet, Brady was coming off a season where he had a 60.8 completion percentage (his lowest since 2013), 4,057 passing yards (his lowest playing all 16 games since 2010), 24 touchdown passes (his lowest since 2006), and an 88.0 passer rating (his lowest since 2013). He was also 42 years old and heading into his age-43 season.

“In my mind, I’m kind of thinking, okay, let me go show those teams what they’re missing,” Brady said. “And at the same time, let me go prove to the team that did bet on me, and the team that really showed that they really wanted me and committed to me, that I’m not going to let them down.”

All Brady did was set the NFL record for touchdown passes in his first season with a new team (40) and second-most passing yards in year one with a new team (4,633). Brady took the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl while becoming the oldest quarterback to start a Super Bowl and win it at 43 years, 188 days. Brady finished second in the NFL in completions (401), tied for second in passing touchdowns (40), and third in passing yards (4,633). He led the Buccaneers to the franchise’s second Super Bowl title, as Tampa Bay became the first franchise to win the Super Bowl in its own stadium.

Another year Brady proved his doubters wrong.

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Texas, Florida Warn Ben & Jerry’s and Unilever of State Sanctions for Their BDS Support

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Texas Comptroller Glen Hegar, January 2007

The battle against the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) economic war on Israel and the decision by Ben & Jerry’s independent board to yank its product from post-1967 Jewish communities there, is heating up.

Ben & Jerry’s announced earlier this week that it will not renew the license in 2022 for its long-time franchise owner, who refused to participate in the boycott. The global company, based in Vermont, said it will no longer sell its products in the “Occupied Palestinian Territories”.


Ben & Jerry’s Joins BDS Boycott of Israel

Israeli Ambassador to the United States and the United Nations Gilad Erdan sent a letter earlier this week to the governors of 35 states with anti-BDS laws, urging them to take “appropriate action” to fight the boycott.

Most anti-BDS state legislation requires the state to stop entering into contracts with Ben & Jerry’s and possibly Unilever, or to divest from either or both.

US-Based Ben & Jerry’s Slams Parent Company Unilever, Has No Commitment to Stay in Israel

Texas: Decision ‘Disgraceful, Insult to Closest Ally in Middle East’
A spokesperson for Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott told CNBC on Thursday, “Ben and Jerry’s decision to boycott parts of Israel is disgraceful and an insult to America’s closest ally in the Middle East.”

Texas State Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced the same day that Texas may divest from Ben & Jerry’s parent company Unilever, in response to the boycott.

“Following recent developments, I’ve directed my staff to determine whether any specific action has been taken by Ben & Jerry’s or Unilever that would trigger a listing under Chapter 808 of the Texas Government Code,” Hegar said in a statement.

“If it is determined that Ben & Jerry’s or Unilever has engaged in any activities proscribed under Chapter 808, my office will take all appropriate and required actions,” he said.

Florida Threatens Divestment from Ben & Jerry’s, Unilever
Florida state officials are likewise discussing possible divestment from Unilever in response to the “socially conscious” decision by Ben & Jerry’s to end its ice cream sales in Judea and Samaria.

Israeli Envoy to US Sends Letter to 35 Governors Calling for Action Against Ben & Jerry’s

In a letter sent Thursday to Ben & Jerry’s CEO Matthew McCarthy, Florida state CFO Jimmy Patronis wrote, “It is my belief that Ben & Jerry’s brazen refusal to do business in Israel will result in your placement on the Scrutinized Companies that Boycott Israel List.”

If placed on the list, the State of Florida will be “prohibited from investing in Ben & Jerry’s or its parent company, Unilever,” Patronis wrote.

Texas Have ‘Better Option for Sweet Treat’
“Texas Government Code Chapter 808 defines “boycott Israel” as “refusing to deal with, terminating business activities with, or otherwise taking any action that is intended to penalize, inflict economic harm on or limit commercial relations specifically with Israel or with a person or entity doing business in Israel or an Israeli-controlled territory,” Heger said.

“As with any of our listing decisions, my office, in cooperation with our research providers, will carefully review statements and actions made by Ben & Jerry’s and Unilever to establish if either entity is a suitable candidate for the Texas list.

“Texans have made it very clear that they stand with Israel and its people. We oppose actions that could undermine Israel’s economy and its people. I wish to thank Representative Phil King for his ongoing support of these efforts. My office has a long history of supporting Israel through our bond holdings and the Comptroller’s list of scrutinized companies with ties to Iran, as well as those with ties to foreign terrorist organizations,” he said.

“I would also note that Texans have better options for a sweet treat this summer. Blue Bell was founded in Brenham, Texas, and, for my money, tastes much better than the stuck-up stuff made by a foreign-owned company started in Vermont,” Heger added.

The Texas pension fund is worth more than $100 million, according to Bloomberg. Unilever is included in its portfolio.

The Ben & Jerry’s Israel franchise, with its factory in Be’er Tuvia, has been operating in the Jewish State for more than 34 years.

Israeli Prime Minister: ‘Not Cool to Side with Hamas’
Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett told a visiting delegation of ambassadors to the United States and United Nations that most consumers “don’t think it’s cool to side with Hamas.”

Bennett warned that “anyone who thinks of turning the boycott of the State of Israel into a matter of marketing or branding will find that it was the worst business decision they have made.

“Consumers, certainly in Israel, but also in the United States and other countries, don’t think it’s cool to side with Hamas.” “We are using all means we have to act against this, including legal means,” Bennett said.

The delegation came to Israel with Ambassador Erdan in cooperation with the American Zionist Movement and March of Life. The ambassadors received security briefings on Israel’s northern and southern borders, meeting with residents of the areas as well.

Among the countries whose representatives took part in the trip were Australia, Argentina, Ukraine, Kenya, Guatemala, the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Dominican Republic, Tonga and Bhutan.


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Olympics Gymnastics 2021 Schedule – When to Watch Simone Biles & More Compete!

The Tokyo Olympics – still being dubbed the 2020 Olympics despite taking place in 2021 due to the pandemic – are kicking off tomorrow (July 23)!

Many fans will be specifically tuning in to see specific competitions, including gymnastics.

This year, the gymnasts will be competing from day one all the way through the end of the Olympics in early August.

We have the full summer Olympics gymnastics schedule to check out when you can see stars like Simone Biles and more compete!

Click inside to see the gymnastics schedule…

July 23, 9 p.m. — Men’s qualification, Subdivision 1

July 24, 1:30 a.m. — Men’s qualification, Subdivision 2

July 24, 6:30 a.m. — Men’s qualification, Subdivision 3 (includes the United States)

July 24, 9 p.m. — Women’s qualification, Subdivision 1

July 24, 10:55 p.m. — Women’s qualification, Subdivision 2

July 25, 2:10 a.m. — Women’s qualification, Subdivision 3 (includes the United States)

July 25, 4:05 a.m. — Women’s qualification, Subdivision 4

July 25, 7:20 a.m. — Women’s qualification, Subdivision 5

July 26, 6 a.m. — Men’s team final

July 27, 6:45 a.m. — Women’s team final

July 28, 6:15 a.m. — Men’s all-around final

July 29, 6:50 a.m. — Women’s all-around final

Aug. 1, 4 a.m. — Men’s floor final, women’s vault final, men’s pommel horse final, women’s bars final

Aug. 2, 4 a.m. — Men’s rings final, women’s floor final, men’s vault final

Aug. 3, 4 a.m. — Men’s parallel bars final, women’s beam final, men’s high bar final

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Massive Internet Outage Hits Banks, Airlines, Thousands of Websites

The problem reportedly originated with Akamai, a leading cloud computing platform used by many large companies around the world to provide DNS and other services.

Via Engadget:

Based on Twitter reports, the source of the problem is Akamai, one of the largest content delivery networks in the world. “We are aware of an emerging issue with the Edge DNS service,” the company said in an update it posted on its website at 12:09PM ET. “We are actively investigating the issue.” As of the writing of this article, Akamai has not said what’s causing the issue.

DNS outages aren’t uncommon, but it’s not often they make large parts of the internet inaccessible. In recent memory, one of the most disruptive occurred in 2016 when a teen used the infamous Mirai malware to build out a botnet and carry out a series of distributed denial of service attacks against Dyn, one of the largest DNS providers in the US. The attacks made it so that people in the US and parts of Europe couldn’t access websites like Amazon, GitHub, PayPal and Reddit for almost an entire day. The individual behind the Dyn cyberattack eventually pleaded guilty for what they did, but not before a variety of groups like Anonymous and New World Hackers claimed responsibility.

As of 1:00 p.m. ET, Akamai said the issue had been fixed, and many of the websites and platforms affected are now accessible again.

Allum Bokhari is the senior technology correspondent at Breitbart News. He is the author of #DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal The Election.

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Some Democrats Signal Opposition to the Bipartisan Infrastructure Package

Some progressive House Democrats and 30 members of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee are indicating opposition to the Senate’s negotiations of the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package.

Chair of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) and 30 Democratic members of the committee sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) Wednesday to urge them to allow House Members to include provisions from the INVEST in America Act in any smaller bicameral infrastructure legislation.

The House passed the INVEST in America Act earlier this month by a bipartisan vote.

“The INVEST in America Act delivers meaningful, transformational policy solutions,” the Members wrote. “For the first time, the bill provides resources for states and communities to tackle transportation greenhouse gas emissions, the leading cause of U.S. carbon pollution, and to mitigate the effects of the climate crisis that are occurring today.”

They went on to say they will not support the Senate bipartisan bill as is.

“Many of these critical reforms are not included or have not been fully addressed through the Senate bipartisan infrastructure process. We should reject any effort to categorically exclude the thorough, transparent, and transformational process undertaken by the House,” the Democrats’ letter said.

Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., speaks during a House Transportation Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on May 15, 2019. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said on Thursday from the Senate floor, “Both major infrastructure proposals are essential to maximize our economic potential. Not just one, both. And together, they would give a massive boost to the economy, ease inflation pressures, create jobs, increase productivity and reduce income inequality,” said Schumer.

“These are incredibly worthy goals, and the Senate is going to keep working on both tracks of infrastructure in order to achieve them,” Schumer added.

Schumer was referring to the two separate infrastructure packages, the bipartisan framework of $1.2 trillion, which focuses mostly on core infrastructure projects like roads, water, and bridges, and the Democrat-sponsored $3.5 trillion, which includes massive spending for national preschool, free community college, and Medicare expansion.

Senate Republicans on Wednesday voted to block debate on the $1.2 trillion infrastructure proposal that was previously touted as bipartisan.

A group of 22 Democrat and Republican senators issued a statement to media outlets after the vote that they are “close to a final agreement” and are hopeful that a package will be finalized.

“We will continue working hard to ensure we get this critical legislation right—and are optimistic that we will finalize, and be prepared to advance, this historic bipartisan proposal to strengthen America’s infrastructure and create good-paying jobs in the coming days,” they said in a statement.

Progressives in the House have been skeptical of the bipartisan infrastructure negotiations and are growing more impatient after the bipartisan infrastructure package stalled Wednesday.

“The whole thing is really disappointing. I think it does slow down the process,” said Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas), adding that he hopes the Senate’s failed vote leads to a “willingness on the part of a couple of senators to go ahead” and ditch the GOP talks in favor of a Democrats-only bill.

“They’re eating time,” said Rep.Gerry Connolly (D-Va.), referring to the bipartisan Senate group. “And having been burned back in ’09 and ’10 by the Republicans in the Senate on the Affordable Care Act, we are understandably wary.”

Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) talks to reporters in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 15, 2019. (Zach Gibson/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Senate Budget Chair Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said one way or the other all the provisions in the two packages were going to get passed.

“I can’t give you an exact timeline, but I think that we are going to have every Democratic senator on board,” Sanders told reporters Wednesday. “At the end of the day … the $600 billion in physical infrastructure, you can do it in the bipartisan bill, or you can combine it with one bill. One way or another, it’s going to happen.”

Republicans have made it clear that they oppose the $3.5 trillion package. Ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) last week criticized the Democrat’s $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill.

“The $3.5 trillion tax and spend package being proposed by Senator Schumer and other Democrats is using infrastructure as an excuse to raise taxes and expand government,” said Graham in a press statement.

“This proposal is not about infrastructure. It’s about expanding the role of government in our lives from cradle to grave. This is about a massive tax increase that will stifle economic recovery. It is about liberal wish list spending that will stoke the fires of inflation.

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Magical Dining Month returns to Central Florida in August. See which restaurants are participating

Visit Orlando’s Magical Dining Month is set to return in August with dozens of restaurants around Central Florida participating.

Participating restaurants offer prix-fixe dinners of up to three courses for $37 per person. This is the 16th year for the event.

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The event is set to begin on Aug. 27 and runs through Oct. 3, according to Visit Orlando’s website.

At least 73 restaurants are participating. For every meal, according to Visit Orlando, $1 goes to Pathlight HOME and IDignity, two organizations working to help homeless people in Central Florida.

This year, Visit Orlando’s website shows that select area hotels will be providing special dining rates for those looking to add an overnight stay. The tourism group calls it Magical Nights.


Visit Orlando said additional restaurants could be added before the event begins.

You can see the current list of restaurants below, along with links to the menu they will be offering:

Big Fin Seafood Kitchen | 8046 Via Dellagio Way
The Tap Room at Dubsdread | 549 W. Par St.
Nagoya Sushi Orlando | 7600 Dr. Phillips Blvd.
RusTeak Thornton Park | 101 S Eola Drive
A Land Remembered | Rosen Shingle Creek | 9939 Universal Blvd.
Blu on the avenue | 326 S. Park Ave.
Bella Tuscany Italian Restaurant | 13424 Summerport Village Parkway
La Luce | Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek | 14100 Bonnet Creek Resort Lane
Kabooki Sushi | 3122 E. Colonial Drive
The Melting Pot | 7549 W. Sand Lake Road
RusTeak Restaurant & Wine Bar | 1568 Maguire Road
Antonio’s | 611 S. Orlando Ave.
Seasons 52 | 7700 W. Sand Lake Road
Ruth’s Chris Steak House-Orlando | 7501 W. Sand Lake Road
Seasons 52 | 463 E. Altamonte Drive
The Ravenous Pig | 565 W. Fairbanks Ave.
Paddlefish | Disney Springs | 1670 Buena Vista Drive
Terralina Crafted Italian | Disney Springs | 1650 Buena Vista Drive
310 Park S. | 310 Park Ave. S.
Kabooki Sushi – Sand Lake | 7705 Turkey Lake Road
Fig’s Prime | 1188 Commerce Park Drive
Hamilton’s Kitchen | The Alfond Inn | 300 E. New England Ave.
The Strand | 807 N. Mills Ave.
Euphoria | Margaritaville Resort Orlando | 8000 Fins Up Circle
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood | 7488 W. Sand Lake Road
Dragonfly Robata and Sushi | 7972 Via Dellagio Way
The Capital Grille, Mall at Millenia | Mall at Millenia | 4200 Conroy Road
310 Lakeside | 301 E. Pine St.
VINIA Wine & Kitchen | 444 W New England Ave
Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill, Disney Springs | 1514 E. Buena Vista Drive #A
McCoy’s Bar & Grill | Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport | 9300 Jeff Fuqua Blvd.
Deep blu seafood grille | Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek | 14651 Chelonia Parkway
The Melting Pot – Longwood | 1200 Commerce Park Drive
The Grill | Marriott’s Grande Vista | 12001 Avenida Verde
Bites & Bubbles | 1618 N. Mills Ave.
Islands Dining Room | Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando | 6300 Hollywood Way
The Capital Grille – International Drive | Pointe Orlando | 9101 International Drive
The Back Room Steakhouse | 1418 Rock Springs Road
Il Mulino New York Trattoria | Walt Disney World Swan Resort | 1200 Epcot Resorts Blvd.
Vines Grille & Wine Bar | 7533 W. Sand Lake Road
Taverna Opa | Pointe Orlando | 9101 International Drive
Lakeside Bar and Grill | 700 Bloom St.
Tapa Toro Tapas Bar & Paella Pit | ICON Park | 8441 International Drive
Mama Della’s Ristorante | Loews Portofino Bay Hotel at Universal Orlando Resort | 5601 Universal Blvd.
Amatista Cookhouse | Loews Sapphire Falls Resort at Universal Orlando | 6601 Adventure Way
Fiorenzo | Hyatt Regency Orlando | 9801 International Drive
Chez Vincent | 533 W. New England Ave.
Boheme Restaurant | Grand Bohemian Hotel | 325 S. Orange Ave.
Feather & Quill | 4757 The Grove Drive
Christini’s Ristorante Italiano | 7600 Dr. Phillips Blvd.
Reel Fish Coastal Kitchen + Bar | 1234 N. Orange Ave.
JALEO at Disney Springs | 1482 E. Buena Vista Drive
F&D Kitchen & Bar | 1541 International Parkway
The Venetian Chop House | Caribe Royale | 8101 World Center Drive
Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurants | 8005 International Drive
Russell’s on Lake Ivanhoe | 1414 N Orange Ave
Jack’s Place | Rosen Plaza Hotel | 9700 International Drive
Sharks Underwater Grill | SeaWorld Orlando | 7007 SeaWorld Drive
Artisan’s Table | 55 W. Church St., Suite 128
Rocco’s Italian Grille & Bar | 400 S. Orlando Ave.
Todd English’s bluezoo | Walt Disney World Dolphin Resort | 1500 Epcot Resorts Blvd.
Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar | Pointe Orlando | 9101 International Drive
Cala Bella | Rosen Shingle Creek | 9939 Universal Blvd.
Le Coq Au Vin | 4800 S. Orange Ave.
Adega Gaucha | 8204 Crystal Clear Lane
Aurora | Celeste Hotel | 4105 N. Alafaya Trail
The Kitchen | Hard Rock Hotel at Universal Orlando | 5800 Universal Blvd.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House-Lake Mary | 80 Colonial Center Parkway

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You May Be An Iconoclast And Not Even Know It

If you find yourself challenging the prescribed or established way of doing things, if you have a desire to find a better way, and want to create a plan for change, you could be an iconoclast.

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Kevin Hart Reveals the Reason Why He Turned Down Offer to Fly to Space

Space travel has been in the news a lot lately after both Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson completed separate, short flights to the outer limits of the atmosphere in the past few weeks.

Now, actor and comedian Kevin Hart is telling a story about how he was offered the chance to go to space, but turned down the offer.

Click inside to read why Kevin Hart said “no”…

“I’ve got something to tell you guys, though, and this is not a joke. You’ll never guess what I was offered. This is gonna blow your f*cking mind. I was offered a seat on a shuttle to space, and the offer came with wanting to document a celebrity’s experience…. Not only did I turn it down, I said ‘you guys – I think you have the wrong…I don’t know who…I don’t know why….’ They said they wanted to document my experience from start to finish and have me complete it. All around the trip and learning or whatever, they said X amount of days – it was like 30, 45 days of spending time with a team – and then you’re looking at an hour and a half, a 60 to 90 minute trip,” he said on his SiriusXM show Straight From The Hart.

Kevin then explained, “I said to them, here’s what I said to him. I said, I would love to know the record of space shuttles that made it versus the ones that didn’t. What’s the record of success versus non-success? And that’s my reason. That number is too close. Yeah, it’s too close. Like it’s not, it’s not a crazy upside down number one way or the other. It’s too f*cking close. And that’s that for me. Now, if I’m on the other side of life – if I’m 60, 65 – my kids are a certain age. I’ve seen all the flowers blossom and I’d have lived life, that’s something that you punctuate it with. At this point, when you’ve got these little ones – nah, I can’t f*ck around with space at this point.”

Another celebrity revealed they were supposed to go to space ended up selling his ticket.

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Rangers give Cup winner Goodrow 6-year deal

NEW YORK — Forward Barclay Goodrow, who just finished helping the Tampa Bay Lightning win consecutive Stanley Cups, has signed a six-year contract with the New York Rangers.

General manager Chris Drury announced the signing Thursday, less than a week after acquiring the rights to the unrestricted free agent from the Lightning for a seventh-round draft pick in 2022. According to reports, the deal carries a cap hit of $3.642 million.

Goodrow skated in 55 games with Tampa Bay this past season, collecting six goals and 14 assists along with a team-best plus-16 rating. He can play the wing or center and also led the Lightning in hits (111).

In the postseason, Goodrow had two goals and four assists in 18 games, adding 68 hits. He is also an outstanding penalty killer.

Goodrow, 28, has played 331 career NHL games over parts of seven seasons with San Jose and Tampa Bay, registering 32 goals and 61 assists. He has won 52% of his career faceoffs.

Prior to joining the Lightning, Goodrow helped the Sharks advance to the Western Conference final in 2018-19. He had the game-winning goal in overtime in Game 7 of the Sharks’ opening-round series against the Vegas Golden Knights that postseason.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.

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