Washingtontimes.com - Nearing the halfway point of Saturday afternoon's Game 5 against the Rangers, the Capitals were holding a sizeable edge in shots and play, yet they still only held a 1-0 lead to show for their efforts and were looking for a spark to help put away pesky New York. 786 days
Looking to stave off elimination, the Lightning looked within to live for another game.
While plenty answered the call in a resounding 8-2 victory against Pittsburgh on Saturday in Game 5 of the best-of-seven playoff series, the player leading the way perhaps had the most impact. 786 days
Footbasket.com - Steve Zakuani of the Seattle Sounders broke his right tibia after being slide tackled by Brian Mullan of the Colorado Rapids. Mullan would receive a red car and Zakuani is most likely out for the year. Here is the video, 786 days
Jocksandstilettojill.com - Adrienne Williams birthday last weekend was doubly special. Per TMZ and other outlets, Chris and Adrienne jumped the broom on April 9th. Kudos to them for keeping it a semi-secret this long. 786 days
Larrybrownsports.com - Cam Newton is preparing to be drafted this coming week and could very well end up as the top overall pick. He’s been scrutinized and criticized by draft analysts, and much of it is deserved. 786 days
Today the NBA announced the one game suspension (Game 4) for both Zaza Pachulia of the Atlanta Hawks and Jason Richardson of the Orlando Magic. Pachulia and J-Rich were both involved in an altercation in the closing minutes of Game 3 (video after the jump).
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Keeping an Eye on Jesse Biddle, Top Draft Pick of the Philadelphia Phillies Last Season | Philly Buster
Last year, the Phillies selected Jesse Biddle, a left-handed pitcher straight out of high school, with the 27th overall pick. Biddle signed a $1.16 million signing bonus with the Phillies and split time last year between the Phillies’ Rookie League and low-A levels.
It was a game that featured perhaps the NHL's best OMG playoff goal since Mario Lemieux's dekeing, dazzling marker for Pittsburgh in the 1991 Stanley Cup Finals against the old Minnesota North Stars. It was a game that featured a freaky goal in which the guilty defensive player was more concerned with a piece of tape in front of him than the puck.