SABRES: The Buffalo Sabres drafted eighth Friday night, but they got the No. 3 ranked skater in North America. Buffalo picked Minnesota high school center Casey Mittelstadt. The 6-foot, 199-pound center had 21 goals and 64 points in 25 games for Eden Prairie. He was named winner of Minnesota’s Mr. Hockey award.
BILLS: Led by Marcell Dareus and Kyle Williams, the Buffalo Bills defensive tackle spot won’t look much different than it has recently, but there are a few intriguing backups who find themselves in a much more appealing defense in 2017.
80s: Of all the fond memories Bill Pullman has of working on Spaceballs, explaining how the crew feared that working with a special effects blue screen could make them pass out or go blind is the tale which makes him laugh the hardest recounting
TV: How ‘GLOW’ Recreates the Golden Age of Lady-Wrestling TV. Alison Brie and the creators talk about resurrecting the Reagan-era guilty-pleasure – and why it became a female-empowerment touchstone.
MOVIES: Ron Howard, freshly tasked with taking over directing the “Star Wars” Han Solo spinoff movie, said he’s been around the space-epic franchise from the very beginning — and that he’s ready to immerse himself deeply into studying “Star Wars” lore.
MUSIC: It’s been six months since Camila Cabello decided to leave Fifth Harmony after four-and-a-half years together as a girl group. Immediately after the departure, questions were raised by fans: Will they get a new member? Will they change their name? Well, 5H says they’re sticking with the name and revealed who they consider their newest fifth member.
WWE: Triple H recently did an interview with Sky Sports in the UK to talk about a variety of topics, his match with Seth Rollins at WrestleMania and Brock Lesnar vs. Samoa Joe for the Universal Title at Great Balls Of Fire