Thursday, May 31, 2018

#PlaybyPlay; Capitals Tie Series, #Zidane Leaves Real Madrid and Jamaican #Olympic Gold Medal Appeal Refused by Court of Arbitration

#PlaybyPlay; Capitals Tie Series, #Zidane Leaves Real Madrid and Jamaican #Olympic Gold Medal Appeal Refused by Court of Arbitration

Stocks discussed: (NasdaqGS: $GIII) (NYSE: $HOG) (NYSE: $HMI) (NYSE: $DKS) (NYSE: $UA)

Point Roberts, WA, Delta BC –May 31, 2018 -, a leader in investor news and research issues today’s edition of Play by Play covering what’s new in sports headlines and recent news from publicly traded companies in the sector.

Capitals Tie Series, Zidane Leaves Real Madrid and Jamaican Olympic Gold Medal Appeal Refused by Court of Arbitration

The Washington Capitals tied up the Stanley Cup finals series with the Las Vegas Golden Knights last night. With their 3-2 victory, the Capitals can attribute their win to centre Lars Eller, who scored three points (one goal and two assists), and goalie Braden Holtby, who made an astonishing 37 saves. quotes Golden Knights centre Erik Haula on his team’s loss:

"Nobody said it's going to be a 4-0 series. It's going to be ups and downs. We've been here before. We've been good on the road. Just put this behind, learn from your mistakes, just try to do things better, and that's it."

Zinedine Zidane announced yesterday that he was leaving Real Madrid as coach. This comes just a week after he led the team to its third consecutive Champions League trophy. The AP quotes Zidane on his decision.

“You have to know when to quit,” said the 45-year-old Zidane, who was Madrid’s coach for two and half seasons. “This is the right moment. I am a winner and if I don’t see it clearly that we will keep winning, it’s time for a change.”

The BBC reports that the Court for Arbitration of Sport (CAS) has refused Jamaican sprinter Nesta Carter’s appeal against stripping him and his team, including Usain Bolt, of their 2008 Olympic Gold Medal. A doping test result from Carter surfaced in January 2017 testing positive for banned stimulant.

G-III Apparel Partners with Harley-Davidson for Asian Line, Huami Launched Mi Band 3 and Dick’s Sporting Goods and Under Armour are “Stocks to Watch”

Stocks discussed: (NasdaqGS:GIII) (NYSE:HOG) (NYSE:HMI) (NYSE:DKS) (NYSE:UA)

G-III Apparel Group, Ltd. (NasdaqGS:GIII) and Harley-Davidson, Inc. (NYSE:HOG) have partnered for a clothing line in Asia, according to MarketWatch.

Huami Corporation (NYSE:HMI) announced the product launch of the Mi Band 3 wearable activity tracker today. The press release describes the new product:

This new generation of Mi Band 3 offers significantly more advanced health- and sports-related tracking functionalities than earlier versions, including optimized heart rate detection and additional screen access for messaging and real-time data feeds. Other new features include weather forecast, timer and more text displays, which all help broaden user scenarios. The new design has no physical buttons and features a full-touch, high resolution curved display on a larger anti-scratch OLED screen with continued industry leading battery life as well as 5ATM water resistance technology. Users can operate the smart band through directional swiping and gesture-based controls.

Dick’s Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) and Under Armour (NYSE:UA) are included in a research report from Accesswire as “stocks to watch”.

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