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Despite their best efforts to lose in the 2014-15 season, the Coyotes couldn’t tank better than the Buffalo Sabres. And at April’s draft lottery, the Oilers won the McDavid-Eichel sweepstakes, giving the Sabres the second pick in the draft. And the Coyotes selected Dylan Strome with the third pick. Everyone expected 2015-16 to be another forgettable season in the desert. But so far, the team hasn’t been completely terrible. The Coyotes are hovering around .500 and remain in the playoff picture, mostly because they play in the weak Pacific Division where everyone is still in the playoff picture.

They swept the Jets in the first round, breezed past the Flames 4-1 in the conference semifinals and then took a 3-2 series lead over the Blackhawks in the West finals. They could see the Stanley Cup finals in their grasp, with two chances to win one game. Only they couldn’t hold on and lost the series in Game 7 at home. The 2014-15 season ended in disappointment, as the Stars missed the playoffs with bad defense and poor goaltending. It wasn’t unexpected, but it was certainly a painful fall from making their way back into the postseason to not really coming close the next season.

Defying all the odds makers, they remained a solid threat in the West late into the regular season. But it felt like it all came crashing down on trade deadline day when the team announced star defenseman Mark Giordano would be out for the rest of the season with a torn biceps tendon. While that day seemed like their low point, in reality the team again refused to quit and not only made the playoffs, but beat the Canucks in the first round. After a great season in Calgary, it seemed like things were only getting better in the offseason when the team stole acquired Dougie Hamilton from the Boston Bruins.

The goal-starved Predators most likely would again be looking to add some help up front, even after getting center Ryan Johansen from the Columbus Blue Jackets for Seth Jones in the blockbuster trade of the season. The Predators already added Ryan Johansen but still want more depth up front. We have to get more production, more consistency, so that would be the first place I would look,” Poile said of adding a forward. “But I’m just open to ideas and anything that might come along. You know how hard it is to make a trade but for whatever reason it seems to open up more at the trade deadline.

Major League Baseball, Comcast Corp. and DirecTV agreed to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by fans over how games are broadcast, hut 16 coins a crack in the dam MLB and pay TV built against unrestrained viewing. The suit, filed in 2012, challenged baseball’s system for granting exclusive broadcast rights to regional networks and barring teams from broadcasting or streaming games outside their home territories. The fans claimed the arrangement inflated prices, restricted choice and violated U.S. antitrust law. It isn’t clear what impact the settlement, whose details weren’t disclosed, will have on the way Americans watch — and the industry makes money on — baseball.