Entertainment ‘Duck Dynasty’ Star Kay Robertson Hospitalized After Dog Bite
Negotiations between left wing Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, Oilers break down
While the Oilers could certainly use the added cap flexibility that an Nugent-Hopkins departure would afford them, they would have a hard time making up his production, even with multiple additions . A career .73 per-game scorer, Nugent-Hopkins has notched 60+ point seasons in two of the past three years and in an 82-game season this year would have surpassed 50 points for the sixth time in his 10-year career. That kind of production, especially for a team that sees Nugent-Hopkins as a center rather than wing, could be invaluable this offseason.
"Duck Dynasty" star Kay Robertson had to be rushed to hospital after her attempt to give family dog Bobo a good night kiss went horribly wrong.
According to a report from, Miss Kay went in for a smooch and the dog — who was sleeping — became startled and instinctively snapped.
The snap wound up ripping off a quarter-inch chunk of of her lip, and husband Phil rushed her to the nearest hospital, subsequently telling the story on his.
All is now well, however; Kay's lip is on the mend after receiving stitches, and Bobo "apologized."
Phil tells the entire story in his podcast below.
Skaggs' family sues Angels, 2 employees for negligence .
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The family of former Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs filed lawsuits Tuesday in Texas and California charging the team and two former employees with negligence in his drug-related death two years ago. The lawsuits — filed by Skaggs' parents in Texas and his wife in California — name the Angels organization as well as former Los Angeles communications directors Tim Mead and Eric Kay as defendants. Neither complaint specified how much money the family is seeking. Skaggs, 27, was found dead in his suburban Dallas hotel room on July 1, 2019, before the start of what was supposed to be a four-game series against the Texas Rangers.