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Senators draw first blood in conference final

Senators draw first blood in conference final

And it was a handsome pass from Ryan that set up a first-period goal by Jean-Gabriel Pageau, who scored his eighth of the playoffs. Pageau's top-shelf wrist shot beat Pittsburgh goalie Marc-Andre Fleury. The Senators were only outshot 8-6 and they led where it counted. Perhaps the musical intimidation worked, because it would be Ottawa scoring first - specifically, Jean-Gabriel Pageau, the man who terrorized NY so thoroughly in Game 2 of the previous series.


Tigers activate Miguel Cabrera from DL

Tigers activate Miguel Cabrera from DL

In the Indians' 5-2 loss, Kluber allowed all five runs on seven hits and one walk while only striking out four before being pulled. Detroit manager Brad Ausmus said he expects Cabrera to come off the disabled list today and play against Cleveland.


Popovich fury at Pachulia over Leonard injury

Popovich fury at Pachulia over Leonard injury

But in a series like the West finals, matching the Warriors' lethal outside shooters against a Spurs team that led the league in 3-point percentage during the regular season, neither team is going to want to allow too much space. Be sure to check back often for Warriors-Spurs Game 2 scoring updates and the real-time box score, analysis, live commentary and more. "It looked pretty collective to me.



I Have Enjoyed This Season At Chelsea - John Terry

Terry made a rare start against the Hornets at Stamford Bridge as Conte chose to ring the changes after watching his side clinch the Premier League title with victory over West Bromwich Albion late last week. "I'm looking forward to seeing him lift the (Premier League trophy) and I think all the players want to see this". The first three seasons of the "new" Premier League had 22 teams (look it up if you don't believe us) before reverting to 20 in 1995, so to include data from the first ...



Win over Celtics counts for nothing, says LeBron

Getting owned by freight-train LeBron isn't unexpected, but the way that the Cavs stunted on the Celtics was a bit of a surprise. So will the King of the Eastern Conference have his way with the Celtics, led by the King of the Fourth? James will have games where he proves that he is the best player in the National Basketball Association, and that's ok.