NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers have signed restricted free agent forward Marek Hrivik.General manager Jeff Gorton announced the signing Thursday without releasing contract details.Hrivik skated in 68 games with Hartford (AHL) this past season, getting 12 goals and 29 assists. The 24-year-old tied for the team lead in assists, ranked third in points, and tied for sixth in goals this past season.Hrivik played in five games with the Rangers in 2015-16, with one assist. He made his NHL debut on Feb. 21 against Detroit.The native of Slovakia was signed by the Rangers as an undrafted free agent on May 30, 2012. Air Max 1 Outlet Schweiz . After the whistle, Thornton skated the length of the ice, pulled Orpik to the ice from behind and punched him in the face several times. Air Max 1 Schweiz . Thats not a comment on the suspension that banished the Portland Winterhawks general manager and coach from his Western Hockey League teams bench for most of the 2012-13 season. http://www.airmax1schweiz.ch/ . After Martin Skrtel put the Reds in front from close range at Stamford Bridge after only four minutes, Hazard hit back in the 17th with a superb strike. Etoo gave Jose Mourinhos team a decisive lead from Oscars back pass in the 34th. Air Max 1 Günstig . -- Gus Malzahn finally had his day in Fayetteville. Air Max 1 Günstig Kaufen . Vettel, who has already clinched his fourth straight F1 title, enters the finale with a chance to equal Michael Schumachers 13 victories in a year and match the record of nine consecutive wins by Alberto Ascari in the 1952 and 1953 seasons. DETROIT -- Joaquin Benoit is enjoying a little extra attention these days. Thats taken some getting used to for Detroits setup man-turned-closer. The Tigers are promoting Benoits campaign to win the final vote for the American League All-Star team, and on a night when orange "Vote BENOIT" shirts were all over Comerica Park, the veteran right-hander closed out Detroits 8-5 victory over the Chicago White Sox. "A little bit shaky -- I guess too excited for everything thats going on with the fan votes," Benoit said. "If I dont get there, Im really just happy because everybodys voting for me." Benoit walked two in the ninth, but was able to finish the game. Prince Fielder and Miguel Cabrera -- who are already on the All-Star team -- had three hits apiece for the Tigers on Wednesday night, including a two-run homer by Fielder. Detroit allowed 23 hits in an 11-4 loss to the White Sox on Tuesday, but it was the Tigers who did the slugging early on in this game. Fielder lined his two-run shot to right field in the first inning for his 16th homer of the year. Alex Avilas two-run single in the third put Detroit ahead 5-1. Conor Gillaspie and Gordon Beckham homered for Chicago. Detroits Rick Porcello (6-6) allowed three runs and seven hits in six innings. The Tigers bullpen has been shaky all season, but Benoit has been used more as a closer lately. Hes now 8-for-8 in save chances, and he lowered his ERA to 1.69. Hes part of a group of five relievers up for a final vote for the AL All-Star team. The others are Torontos Steve Delabar, the New York Yankees David Robertson, Texas Tanner Scheppers, and Bostons Koji Uehara. "Its probably the only thing I havent accomplished in my career," Benoit said. "Ive been to the World Series last year, Ive been to the playoffs. Ive been a starter, Ive been a reliever. Ive done almost everything -- now an All-Star game wouldnt be bad." The Tigers extended their AL Central lead over second-place Cleveland to 3 1/2 games. Chicagos Dylan Axelrod (3-6) allowed seveen runs and 11 hits in 5 2-3 innings.dddddddddddd. Cabreras run-scoring single in the sixth pushed his major league-leading RBI total to 93. "Its hard to put in perspective," Porcello said. "Thats a career season for the majority of guys in baseball, and thats only his first half." Chicagos Alex Rios was hitless a night after going 6 for 6, and the White Sox never led Wednesday. After Gillaspies homer in the second, the Tigers made it 3-1 on Austin Jacksons RBI triple in the bottom of the inning. Axelrods problems continued in the third when Avila lined a single to right with the bases loaded. The ball landed just in front of a diving Rios, and two runs came home. "Ax wasnt sharp, and thats a tough lineup to face when you dont have your best stuff," White Sox manager Robin Ventura said. "His velocity was down all night, and he wasnt getting much from his pitches. When you do that against the Tigers, they will squeeze you, make you throw the ball over the plate and then they beat you." Axelrod has allowed 29 earned runs in 28 innings in his last six starts. Porcello won his second straight start -- he blanked Cleveland for seven innings last week. Chicago scored twice in the fourth on an RBI single by Dayan Viciedo and a sacrifice fly by Beckham, but right fielder Torii Hunter made a diving, back-handed catch on Beckhams hit to prevent further damage. Porcello struck out six without a walk. Detroit added three runs in the sixth on consecutive RBI singles by Cabrera, Fielder and Victor Martinez. That made it 8-3, but Tigers reliever Bruce Rondon allowed Beckhams homer and an RBI double by Alexei Ramirez in a shaky seventh. Then Detroit turned to two relievers who have been pretty sharp in 2013. Drew Smyly worked a perfect eighth, and Benoit pitched the ninth. NOTES: All eight of Detroits runs came with two out. ... Martinez had three hits to extend his hitting streak to 12 games. ... Chicago left-hander Chris Sale (5-8) faces Detroit right-hander Anibal Sanchez (7-5) on Thursday. ' ' '