Penguins beat Nashville to take home Stanley Cup

Crosby joins Bernie Parent (1974-75) and owner Mario Lemieux (1991-92) as the only players to win back-to-back Smythes. "You have a small window to play and to have a career, and I feel fortunate, but I also understand how hard it is, so you just want to try to make the best of it", Crosby said.

Astros score 5 in 9th to beat Royals 6-1

In the ninth, after Kelvin Herrera (1-2) walked Josh Reddick on four pitches, Altuve hit a 1-0 offering out to left-center to break a 1-1 tie. Herrera retired only one of the five batters he faced and was charged with four runs, three hits and a walk.

Slater, Thurston return, Maroons make 7 changes for Origin 2

Hess' form was too good to ignore after scoring 10 tries this season, including four in his past four games. "We picked a team in Game One that won last year's series and the majority of those players were afforded the luxury to perform in Game One".

Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving shows off big-game ability

That's the kind of performance they have to have with all the firepower Golden State has. "It's not only just because we didn't play well; they came out there and took it to us". The Cavs are not out of this series, not by a long shot, we should know better than that after previous year. It's been about them proving that a year ago was a fluke, KD validating the move here, which it's been validated, but, no.

Southgate and Kane on Scotland draw

The two free-kicks that Griffiths expertly placed beyond Joe Hart came in the 87th and 90th minutes and it is doubtful Hampden has ever made a more deafening roar than when the second one curled into the England net. England found it hard to get behind the opposition defence but Kane had at least three other presentable chances, one headed off the goalline by Kieran Tierney, and another shot from Jake Livermore came back off the post after deflecting off the striker.

Another step in Jets purge: WR Decker released

Another step in Jets purge: WR Decker released

The team released the veteran wide receiver Monday, six days after saying it would do so if it couldn't work out a trade. General Manager Mike Maccagnan informed Decker "that if a trade doesn't happen, we'll move forward [without him]", last Tuesday when NY also parted ways with longtime defensive signal caller David Harris .