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Wild to Face Blues in 1st Round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

Wild to Face Blues in 1st Round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs

Louis Blues' Patrik Berglund , left, of Sweden, reaches for the puck as he is pressured by Minnesota Wild's Ryan Suter during an NHL hockey game, in St. 1 season in their 17 years. NASHVILLE PREDATORS: Boudreau's Lowell Lock Monsters were swept out of the AHL's 2000 Calder Cup playoffs in the second round by coach Peter Laviolette's Providence Bruins.



Gunners star apologises after Palace defeat

The Spaniard went to applaud the travelling support at full-time, but was noticeably booed before he trudged back to the dressing room. Reports suggest Arsenal are now putting off a decision on the Frenchman's future until the end of the season when they will reassess the situation.



NHL Predictions: Can the Penguins close out the Blue Jackets? 4/20/17

The Columbus Blue Jackets may be trailing the series 3-1, but they've owned the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first period. Murray tweaked a lower-body injury in pregame warmups and all of a sudden Fleury was back in his old spot. A mantra of Mike Sullivan's is playing the game "the right way". "I like a lot of things about our club", coach John Tortorella said. Fleury went 4-1 in the series with a 2.52 GAA, and a.933 save percentage and in the process jumped past Tom Barrasso to set the ...


Falcons sign CB Desmond Trufant to $69 million extension

Falcons sign CB Desmond Trufant to $69 million extension

Jordan Schultz of the Huffington Post was the first to report the news. Per Jordan Schultz and Schefter, the deal is five years, worth nearly $69 million, with 42 million guaranteed. As the 22nd overall pick out of Washington in 2013, Trufant quickly settled in with the Falcons and in his four seasons in the league, he's made the jump to be considered among some of the best.



Bayern Munich file UEFA complaint over Madrid police 'attack'

Correction: This article originally referred to Karl-Heinz Rummenigge as the Bayern Munich chief executive. The Champions League quarter-final second leg at the Bernabeu on Tuesday night was a painful experience for Bayern Munich players to endure.


Zuccarello, Rangers beat Canadiens 3-1 to reach East semis

Zuccarello, Rangers beat Canadiens 3-1 to reach East semis

Chris Kreider streaked down the left wing and flung a pass through the slot to Zibanejad, who ripped a one-timer past Carey Price to send the New York Rangers to a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night at the Bell Centre. The 30-year old defenceman controlled Alexander Radulov's diving pass at the top of the circle, then took a couple strides before whipping a shot that beat Lundqvist high to the glove side.