After staying out of the public eye since his historic emergency relief appearance, Scott Foster emerged in Vegas at the NHL Awards and it was perfect.
The 36-year-old accountant fittingly presented the Vezina Trophy award for the league's top goaltender and joked that he needed to speed it up because he had to get back to work.
Check him out on stage:
What a moment. And well done, NHL.
Foster stopped all seven shots he faced in 14:01 of action in the Blackhawks' 6-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on March 30.
Nashville Predators netminder Pekke Rinne took home the award, but you can't argue against Foster's 1.000 career save percentage.
Kansas City has a new owner, and his name is Matt Davidson.
The White Sox slugger hit two more home runs — including the game-winner — on Friday night in the White Sox 7-4 win over the Royals in 11 innings. He also went yard twice on Thursday night. And we certainly can't forget about his three home-run game in the season opener.
Davidson's season total is at nine, and seven of them have come at Kauffman Stadium. He's also batting .533/.611/1.933 in four games in Kansas City.
Here are some pretty notable stats:
Oh yeah, and did we mention it's only April?
The Bears made up for the loss of Cameron Meredith by adding a wide receiver in the second day of the NFL Draft on Friday night.
After taking Iowa center James Daniels with the 39th pick in the second round, Ryan Pace & Co. made a trade with the New England Patriots to acquire the 51st pick. The Bears selected Memphis wide receiver Anthony Miller.
But moments before the Bears made their selection, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported the Bears actually tried to trade back up into the first round on Thursday night to take Alabama wideout Calvin Ridley.
"Nothing is more important than giving Mitchell Trubisky big time targets," said Rapoport. "The Bears tried for that last night, attempting to trade up for Calvin Ridley, the Alabama receiver. Instead it was the Atlanta Falcons who took him."
Before the Bears signed Allen Robinson, some early mock drafts had Ridley going to Chicago with the No. 8 pick. That obviously changed.
But when Ridley continued to fall in the draft — eventually to the Falcons at No. 26 — it makes sense why the Bears would check in to see if they could make it a possibility.
In the end, Miller is the guy who will be wearing blue and orange. And if you've seen any Bears press conferences, I'm sure Pace will say he's fired up about that.