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Tuesday
May122015

Scoreboard Roundup - 5/12/15

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA – Eastern Conference Semifinals – Game 5: Cleveland Cavaliers 106 – Chicago Bulls 101 (Cavaliers lead series, 3-2)

Western Conference Semifinals - Game 5: Houston Rockets 124 - Los Angeles Clippers 103 (Clippers lead series, 3-2)

NHL – Eastern Conference Second Round – Game 6: Tampa Bay Lightning 4 – Montreal Canadiens 1 (Lightning win series, 4-2)

MLB: Pittsburgh Pirates 7 (17-16) – Philadelphia Phillies 2 (11-23)

St. Louis Cardinals 8 (23-9) – Cleveland Indians 3 (11-20)

Cincinnati Reds 4 (16-17) – Atlanta Braves 3 (15-18)

Toronto Blue Jays 10 (17-17) – Baltimore Orioles 2 (14-17)

Detroit Tigers 2 (20-13) – Minnesota Twins 1 (18-15) 10 Innings

Tampa Bay Rays 4 (18-16) – New York Yankees 2 (21-13)

Oakland Athletics 9 (13-22) – Boston Red Sox 2 (15-18)

Los Angeles Angels 5 (16-17) – Colorado Rockies 2 (11-18)

Arizona Diamondbacks 14 (15-17) – Washington Nationals 6 (18-16)

San Francisco Giants 8 (17-16) – Houston Astros 1 (20-13)

Chicago White Sox 4 (13-17) – Milwaukee Brewers 2 (12-22)

Kansas City Royals 7 (21-12) – Texas Rangers 6 (14-19) F/10

Chicago Cubs 6 (17-15) – New York Mets 1 (20-13)

Los Angeles Dodgers 11 (22-10) – Miami Marlins 1 (15-19)

Seattle Mariners 11 (15-17) – San Diego Padres 4 (17-17)

 


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Tuesday
May122015

Report: Lighting Without Callahan in Game 6

Scott Levy/NHLI via Getty Images(TAMPA BAY) -- The Lightning will be without Ryan Callahan in game six as Tampa Bay seeks to end Montreal's season.

Callahan underwent an emergency appendectomy Monday and will be out indefinitely. 

The Lightning are up three-two in the series, though they have lost the past two games to the Canadiens. Tampa Bay lost game four 6-2 and game five 2-1. 

Callahan has only three assists in the postseason so far, but was a major offensive force this season contributing 54 points.

According to the Tampa Bay Times:

Callahan didn't practice Monday, with the team saying he first felt abdominal pain during the afternoon. He was admitted to Tampa General Hospital, where he was diagnosed with acute appendicitis. Callahan was in the emergency room by 9 p.m. and out by 10 p.m., and in stable condition, team spokesman Bill Wickett said. 


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Sunday
May102015

Canadiens Force Game 6 on Parenteau's Late Goal

Christian Petersen/Getty Images(MONTREAL) -- P.A. Parenteau's goal with 4:07 remaining in regulation gave the Montreal Canadiens the lead for good as they fended off the Tampa Bay Lightning 2-1 Saturday to force a Game 6 in the Eastern Conference semifinals.

P.K. Subban delivered a pass to Parenteau in the middle of the zone. Parenteau then slapped it over Ben Bishop's glove to help the Canadiens win their second straight.

The Lightning lead the best-of-seven series 3-2.

The Canadiens stormed out of the gates in what was a do-or-die game. Devante Smith-Pelly lasered a shot past Ben Bishop at the 10:59 mark of the first period to make it 1-0.

The game stayed scoreless all the way until the 10:33 mark of the third when Steven Stamkos slung a rebound shot past Carey Price to tie the game before Parenteau scored the game-winner. 

Game 6 is Tuesday night in Tampa.


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Thursday
May072015

Scoreboard Roundup - 5/7/15

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL Playoffs – Eastern Conference Second Round – Game 4:  Montreal Canadiens 6 – Tampa Bay Lightning 2 (Lightning lead series, 3-1)

Western Conference Second Round  Game 4: Chicago Blackhawks 4 - Minnesota Wild 3 (Blackhawks win series, 4-0)

MLB: Minnesota Twins 6 (16-13) – Oakland Athletics 5 (12-18)

Detroit Tigers 4 (18-11) – Chicago White Sox 1 (10-15)

Los Angeles Dodgers 14 (18-10) – Milwaukee Brewers 4 (9-20)

Kansas City Royals 7 (18-10)  Cleveland Indians 4 (10-17)

St. Louis Cardinals 5 (21-7)  Chicago Cubs 1 (14-13)

New York Yankees 4 (18-11) – Baltimore Orioles 3 (12-14)

Pittsburgh Pirates 7 (13-15) – Cincinnati Reds 2 (14-14)

Texas Rangers 5 (12-16) – Tampa Bay Rays 4 (15-14)

Miami Marlins 7 (14-15)  San Francisco Giants 2 (14-15)

Houston Astros 3 (19-10)  Los Angeles Angels 2 (13-16)

Arizona Diamondbacks 11 (13-14)  San Diego Padres 0 (15-15)


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Monday
Apr272015

Canadiens Eliminate Senators in Six

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(OTTAWA) -- Canadiens goalie Carey Price was clearly tired of playing against the Ottawa Senators and eager to send Montreal to the second round. He stopped 43 shots on way to Montreal's 2-0 shutout over Ottawa.

Brendan Gallagher's goal in the first period was all the Canadiens needed and Max Pacioretty sealed the game with an empty netter in the third to seal the victory.

 "I know some people thought it would be pretty easy for us to get the fourth win, but we knew they were a capable team that battled hard all season to get into the playoffs," Montreal's P.K. Subban said. "I like the way we had to win this series."

"We deserved it. We worked for it. I thought we had some bounces early in the series. We didn't get them as the series went on, but today we stuck to the plan regardless of what happened. And when you have Carey Price back there, it makes everything a lot easier," he added.

The Canadiens will face the winner of the Detroit, Tampa Bay series, of which the Red Wings currently lead the Lightning 3-2.


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Monday
Apr202015

Canadiens Take 3-0 Series Lead

Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images(MONTREAL) -- The Montreal Canadiens defeated the Ottawa Senators 2-1 in overtime to grab a 3-0 series lead.

Dale Weise spearheaded the Canadiens' offensive attack, as his goal late in the third period sent the game to overtime, and his goal in overtime brought the victory to Montreal.

"Any time you score a winner like that, it's pretty special," Weise said. "I got pretty excited about that first one, too. That was a big goal. I just felt like we were pressuring and pressuring and we needed a good bounce like that to put the puck in the net. And thank goodness it was me."

Ottawa's goalie Craig Anderson got the nod in place of Andrew Hammond. He blocked 47 of the 49 shots he faced, but was not able to grab the victory.

"The guys battled so hard, played so well and to come up short is frustrating," Anderson said. "I gave the team a chance to win, and that's my job. It's frustrating I wasn't able to get the win for the guys. We've got to put this behind us and get ready to go." 

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Friday
Apr172015

Subban's Slash Fractures Stone's Wrist

Mark Serota/Getty Images(MONTREAL) -- Ottowa Senators winger Mark Stone has a microfracture of his right wrist, a result of being slashed by Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban in the first game of the Senators' first-round playoff series with the Canadiens.

The infraction occurred at the 8:23 mark of the second period of Wednesday's game. Subban was given a five-minute major and a game misconduct.

According to ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun, NHL disciplinarian Stephane Quintal said Subban won't receive any additional discipline from the league.

After the slash, Stone received treatment before reentering the game. He then left the game early in the third period, returning midway through the period. Stone also said that Subban had targeted him earlier in the game.

"(Stone) came back as a courageous guy after being hurt," Senators general manager Bryan Murray said Thursday. "The disturbing part from our point of view is that there was a threat made before by Subban to Stone.

"There were two attempts on faceoffs to slash him, one connected. Then he two-handed him across the wrist in front of the net. (Stone) has been one of the top five players in the league the last two months of the year. It's a huge loss.

"I thought the officials made the right call on the ice, but I thought also, after knowing the extent of the injury, that something further would be considered."

When Murray was asked if Stone would play in Game 2, he said that he would assume not and that Stone has no mobility in his wrist at this point.

Stone played in 80 games this season, scoring 26 goals and dishing out 38 assists.


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Wednesday
Apr152015

Scoreboard Roundup - 4/15/15

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL – Stanley Cup Playoffs – First Round: New York Islanders 4 – Washington Capitals 1 (Islanders lead series, 1-0)

Montreal Canadiens 4 – Ottawa Senators 3 (Canadiens lead series, 1-0)

Chicago Blackhawks 4 – Nashville Predators 3 F/2OT (Blackhawks lead series, 1-0)

Calgary Flames 2 – Vancouver Canucks 1 (Flames lead series, 1-0)

NBA: Toronto Raptors 92 (49-33) – Charlotte Hornets 87 (33-49)

Chicago Bulls 91 (50-32) – Atlanta Hawks 85 (60-22)

Dallas Mavericks 114 (50-32) – Portland Trail Blazers 98 (51-31)

Houston Rockets 117 (56-26) – Utah Jazz 91 (38-44)

Boston Celtics 105 (40-42) – Milwaukee Bucks 100 (41-41)

Oklahoma City Thunder 138 (45-37) – Minnesota Timberwolves 113 (16-66)

New Orleans Pelicans 108 (45-37) – San Antonio Spurs 103 (55-27)

Brooklyn Nets 101 (38-44) – Orlando Magic 88 (25-57)

Cleveland Cavaliers 113 (53-29) – Washington Wizards 108 (46-36)

Detroit Pistons 112 (32-50) – New York Knicks 90 (17-65)

Miami Heat 105 (37-45) – Philadelphia 76ers 101 (18-64)

Sacramento Kings 122 (29-53) – Los Angeles Lakers 99 (21-61)

Memphis Grizzlies 95 (55-27) – Indiana Pacers 83 (38-44)

Golden State Warriors 133 (67-15) – Denver Nuggets 126 (30-52)

MLB: Cleveland Indians 4 (3-5) – Chicago White Sox 2 (3-5)

Washington Nationals 10 (3-6) – Boston Red Sox 5 (6-3)

Los Angeles Angels 10 (4-5) – Texas Rangers 2 (4-6)

Baltimore Orioles 7 (5-4) – New York Yankees 5 (3-6)

Miami Marlins 6 (3-6) – Atlanta Braves 2 (6-3)

Detroit Tigers 1 (8-1) – Pittsburgh Pirates 0 (3-6)

Toronto Blue Jays 12 (5-4) – Tampa Bay Rays 7 (5-4)

Houston Astros 6 (4-5) – Oakland Athletics 1 (5-5)

New York Mets 6 (6-3) – Philadelphia Phillies 1 (3-6)

Minnesota Twins 3 (2-6) – Kansas City Royals 1 (7-1)

Chicago Cubs 6 (5-3) – Cincinnati Reds 0 (5-4)

St. Louis Cardinals 4 (4-3) – Milwaukee Brewers 2 (2-6)

Colorado Rockies 4 (7-2) – San Francisco Giants 2 (3-7)

San Diego Padres 3 (6-4) – Arizona Diamondbacks 2 (4-5)

Los Angeles Dodgers 5 (6-3) – Seattle Mariners 2 (3-6)


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Thursday
Feb262015

Scoreboard Roundup - 2/26/15

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers 110 (37-22) – Golden State Warriors 99 (44-11)

Phoenix Suns 117 (31-28) - Oklahoma City Thunder 113 (32-26) OT

Top 25 Men’s College Basketball: (3) Gonzaga 59 (29-1) - San Diego 39 (14-15)

(7) Arizona 82 (25-3) – Colorado 54 (12-15)

(13) Utah 83 (22-5) - Arizona State 41 (15-13)

(21) SMU 66 (23-5) – Memphis 57 (17-11)

NHL: Buffalo Sabres 6 (19-38-5; 43pts) – Vancouver Canucks 3 (35-23-3; 73pts)

Montreal Canadiens 5 (40-16-5; 85pts) – Columbus Blue Jackets 2 (26-30-4; 56pts)

New York Rangers 4 (38-16-6; 82pts) – Arizona Coyotes 3 (20-35-7; 47pts)

Toronto Maple Leafs 3 (25-31-5; 55pts) – Philadelphia Flyers 2 (26-25-11; 63pts)

Chicago Blackhawks 3 (37-20-5; 79pts) – Florida Panthers 0 (26-22-13; 65pts)

St. Louis Blues 2 (39-18-4; 82pts) – Winnipeg Jets 1 (31-20-12; 74pts) SO

Minnesota Wild 4 (32-22-7; 71pts) – Nashville Predators 2 (41-14-7; 89pts) 

Detroit Red Wings 3 (34-15-11, 79pts) - San Jose Sharks 2 (30-24-8, 68pts)

Ottawa Senators 1 (26-23-10, 62pts) - Los Angeles Kings 0 (29-19-12, 70pts)


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Monday
Feb162015

Scoreboard Roundup - 2/16/15

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL: New York Rangers 6 (34-16-5, 73pts) - New York Islanders 5 (37-19-1, 75pts)

Carolina Hurricanes 6 (20-28-7, 47pts) - Ottawa Senators 3 (22-23-10, 54pts)

Montreal Canadiens 2 (37-15-4, 78pts) - Detroit Red Wings 0 (31-14-10, 72pts)

Winnipeg Jets 5 (30-19-10, 70pts) - Edmonton Oilers 4 (16-32-10, 42 pts) - SO

Colorado Avalanche 5 (24-22-11, 59pts) - Arizona Coyotes 2 (20-31-7, 47pts)

Calgary Flames 4 (32-22-3, 67pts) - Boston Bruins 3 (28-20-4, 64pts)

Vancouver Canucks 3 (32-21-3, 67pts) - Minnesota Wild 2 (28-21-7, 63pts)

Los Angeles Kings 3 (26-18-12, 64pts) - Tampa Bay Lightning 2 (35-18-6, 76pts)

Top 25 Men's College Basketball: (2) Virginia 61 (24-1) - Pittsburgh 49 (17-10)

(6) Villanova 80 (24-2) - Seton Hall 54 (15-11)

(23) West Virginia 62 (20-6) - (8) Kansas 61 (21-5)

(19) Butler 58 (19-7) - Creighton 56 (12-15)


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