We got goosebumps watching the new Stanley Cup commercials

There are few things in life as moving as Liev Schreiber narrating moving pictures of hockey players. We know this.

And yet, every year we’re unprepared for the tears and goosebumps when the NHL unveils its new Stanley Cup Playoffs commercials. The league dropped two new ones on Friday morning, but they’re not exactly playoff spots. Instead, they commemorate the 125th anniversary of the trophy itself.

And we … uh, we need a minute. Watch them while we grab some tissues.

The first one is called “Imperfectly Perfect” and highlights the loving wear and tear inflicted on the Stanley Cup over the years.

So the team announced that it was going to crack down on season ticket holders planning to sell their tickets on the secondary market. Like, say — selling your tickets on StubHub.

The Washington Post checked StubHub’s listings and found no Chargers games anywhere on the site at all. The team’s home games were also absent from several other secondary ticket sale sites.

It’s a curious problem that almost never occurs with NFL teams. If every team in the league tried to ban fans from using the business that sponsored the stadium:

Andrew Bogut (Cavaliers): It was reported that the other Mavericks castoff — technically dealt to Philadelphia in the Nerlens Noel trade and then bought out — will be headed to Cleveland as well. If we get our third straight Cavaliers vs. Warriors Finals, then Bogut switching sides is an interesting wrinkle.

Briante Weber (Hornets): To make room for Barnes, the Warriors waived the promising Weber. He quickly caught on with Charlotte on a 10-day contract.

Furthermore, the newest Ohio State verbal is ranked as the third best player at his position and the second best player in the state of Ohio just behind ’18 OT Jackson Carman — another major target for the Buckeyes. In what may come as a surprise to many, Gill is actually the first in-state player in the class to commit to Ohio State.5

Muhammad Wilkerson suffers a knee injury

New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson left the game on Monday night after he suffered an apparent knee injury against the Chicago Bears. The injury occurred late in the fourth quarter when Wilkerson collided with a teammate while attempting to sack Bears quarterback Jay Cutler.

The Jets picked up the ball and would have run it in for a score to put them ahead, but the play was blown dead. After a review, it was determined that Cutler did indeed fumble and the Jets were given possession. Since the play was blown dead, the Jets only received possession and not credit for advancing the ball. Had officials instead ruled it a fumble on the field, the New York defense would have scored. New York’s offense wasn’t able to do anything on the ensuing drive, creating a seven-point swing for the Bears.

Though in obvious pain, Marshall was able to limp off the field and walk to the locker room under his own power. His return was originally listed as probable, but was quickly updated to questionable before halftime. Before he left, Marshall had no catches on three targets. He didn’t appear to be limited at all physically on the field up to the point of suffering the injury.

Marshall has already been dealing with his right ankle this season, and it nearly kept him out of Chicago’s Week 2 game against the 49ers. He wasn’t cleared to play until 90 minutes before that game, though he ended up catching three touchdown passes in the Bears’ win over San Francisco.

The severity of Locker’s injury isn’t clear at this time. Unlike the aforementioned Jarvis Jones, it doesn’t seem as though the team has plans to place the quarterback on injured reserve. Still, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports that Locker “could hardly grip the ball at the end of the game.” That would suggest that he’ll be out for at least Week 4 when the Titans travel to Indianapolis to take on the AFC South rival Colts.5