Pontus Aberg's goal puts Predators past Ducks 3-1 in Game 5

With so much star power on the shelf, it wasn't surprising that a lesser-light would stand up and take advantage of the opportunity. Anaheim's Ryan Kesler, Andrew Cogliano and Antoine Vermette have all scored just one goal apiece over the Ducks' 16 playoff games.

Hughes. McGirt tied for Players lead

Garcia was playing in the same group as Adam Scott. Jordan Spieth and this year's Masters champion Sergio Garcia both shot 73, but Garcia's round was one he will never forget thanks to a hole in one on the famous island hole No. 1 was a peculiar position. Rory McIlroy didn't break par at the TPC Sawgrass until his fourth appearance in The Players, including the year after he won the U.S.

NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs from Friday

Anaheim Ducks' Hampus Lindholm (47) and Edmonton Oilers' Milan Lucic (27) battle for the puck during the second period in Game six of a second-round NHL hockey Stanley Cup playoff series in Edmonton, Alberta, Sunday, May 7, 2017. The Predators already won Game 1 to steal home-ice advantage in this series. Although the Ducks pulled even with Edmonton by remaining unbeaten on the road in these playoffs, Anaheim has never overcome a 2-0 deficit to win a playoff series.

Cavaliers cruise to record win over Celtics

It's for you guys (media) to write about. Leonard has won the last two years and Green will be hoping it's his time for everything he does for the Warriors , including a game this season where he had a triple-double that didn't even include points.

Players want to come to Liverpool again - Klopp

Players want to come to Liverpool again - Klopp

When asked whether the club's reputation had been restored, Klopp told the Telegraph that he had sensed a shift in players' feelings towards Liverpool . He noted that critics of Arsenal have said "it's only the Champions League " although the Gunners have qualified for 19 successive years and said: "We would love to be there 19 years in a row from now on".

Arizona's Chris Iannetta leaves game after taking pitch to face

Arizona's Chris Iannetta leaves game after taking pitch to face

Iannetta's manager Torey Lovullo said that the catcher's top lip had been split open by the impact of the ball and the player had been taken from the park to the hospital for further examination. "He was obviously on the inner part of the plate that last at bat". There is a history of such incidents between the two teams, but Lovullo said that he does not believe the Pirates were trying to hit Iannetta.