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Sunday, April  19, 2015

SUNDAY'S SCHEDULE

HOCKEY:
NHL
STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS (1st Round, Best of 7's)
     Washington at N.Y. Islanders (Series tied at 1-1)
     Nashville at Chicago (Series tied at 1-1)
     Montreal at Ottawa (Montreal leads series 2-0)
     Vancouver at Calgary (Series tied 1-1) 6pm pre-game show on Radio NL

WHL PLAYOFFS:   (2nd Round, Best of 7's)
     Everett at Portland (Portland leads 3-1)     

BASKETBALL:
NBA Playoffs
     Boston at Cleveland
     Brooklyn at Atlanta
     Portland at Memphis
     San Antonio at L.A. Clippers

BASEBALL:
MLB
Interleague
     Atlanta at Toronto
  
American League
     Texas at Seattle
     Chicago White Sox at Detroit
     Baltimore at Boston
     N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay
     Cleveland at Minnesota
     L.A. Angels at Houston
     Oakland at Kansas City
   
National League
     San Diego at Chicago Cubs
     Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
     Philadelphia at Washington
     Miami at N.Y. Mets
     Cincinnati at St. Louis
     Colorado at L.A. Dodgers
     Arizona at San Francisco

COLLEGE BASEBALL
     Vancouver Island Mariners at TRU WolfPack (10am)
     UBC Okanagan Coyotes at TRU  WolfPack (4pm)

SOCCER:
MLS
     Philadelphia Union at NE Revolution
     NYC FC at Portland Timbers
                 
SATURDAY'S SCOREBOARD:
HOCKEY:
STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS  (1st Round, Best of 7's)
     Tampa Bay 5 Detroit 1 (Series tied 1-1)
     St. Louis 4 Minnesota 1 (Series tied 1-1)
     Pittsburgh 4 N.Y. Rangers 3 (Series tied 1-1)
     Anaheim 2 Winnipeg 1 (Anaheim leads series 2-0)

BASKETBALL:
NBA Playoffs
     Washington 93 Toronto 86 OT (Washington leads series 1-0)
     Chicago 103 Milwaukee 91 (Chicago leads series 1-0)
     Golden State 106 New Orleans 99 (Golden State leads series 1-0)
     Houston 118 Dallas 108 (Houston leads series 1-0)

BASEBALL:
MLB 
Interleague
     Toronto 6 Atlanta 5 (10 innings)
  
American League
Chicago White Sox 12 Detroit 3
     Cleveland 4 Minnesota 2
     Baltimore 4 Boston 1
     Houston 4 L.A. Angels 0
     N.Y. Yankees 9 Tampa Bay 0
     Oakland 5 Kansas City 0
     Seattle 3 Texas 1
   
National League
     Philadelphia 5 Washington 3
     St. Louis 5 Cincinnati 2
     Chicago Cubs 7 San Diego 6 (11 innings)
     Pittsburgh 6 Milwaukee 2
     N.Y. Mets 5 Miami 4
     San Francisco 4 Arizona 1
     L.A. Dodgers 6 Colorado 3

COLLEGE BASEBALL
     UBC Okanagan Coyotes 5 TRU  WolfPack 4
     TRU WolfPack 8 Vancouver Island Mariners 7
   
SOCCER:
     Vancouver 1 Real Salt Lake 0
     Houston 1 D.C. United 1
     Columbus 3 Orlando City 0
     FC Dallas 3 Toronto FC 2
     Seattle 3 Colorado 1
     Los Angeles 2 Sporting Kansas City 1

LACROSSE:
NLL
     Calgary 10 Minnesota 6
     Edmonton 13 Colorado 12
     Rochester 13 Vancouver 9
               
THE HEADLINES:

--  Last night Jakob Silfverberg scored the winner with just 19 seconds remaining in regulation as Anaheim downed Winnipeg 2-1 to take a 2-0 series lead. Sidney Crosby scored twice as Pittsburgh edged the New York Rangers 4-3 to tie the series at one.  Vladimir St. Louis scored a hat trick as St. Louis beat Minnesota 4-1 and Tampa Bay got two goals from Tyler Johnson to beat Detroit 5-1.

--  There is Stanley Cup Hockey Playoff action tonight on Radio NL as we bring you live coverage of the Vancouver Canucks - Calgary Flames Best of 7 First Round Series. Game 3 is tonight. Game 4 is Tuesday, and both are at the Saddledome. Radio NL's coverage tonight and Tuesday begins at 6pm with the pre-game show followed by the opening faceoff at 7pm.

--  Ottawa has home-ice advantage as its first-round playoff series shifts back to the nation's capital. The Senators are down 2-0 against the Montreal Canadiens heading into Game 3. Ottawa coach Dave Cameron hasn't said yet whether Andrew Hammond or Craig Anderson will start in net. Hammond started the first two games of the series.

--  Elsewhere in NHL playoff action today, the Washington Capitals look to build on their Game 2 victory when they face the New York Islanders in Game 3 at Nassau Coliseum. In Chicago, the Blackhawks will start rookie Scott Darling in net when they host the Nashville Predators. That series is tied at one.

--  Calgary head coach Bob Hartley pocketbook is a little lighter. The NHL fined Hartley 50-thousand dollars U.S. for his responsibility in an incident late in Calgary's 4-1 playoff loss to the Vancouver Canucks Friday night. The altercation with just over a minute remaining resulted in 132 penalty minutes and six game misconducts.

--  The Connor McDavid fever is about to hit Oil Country. Edmonton won the NHL Draft Lottery to earn the first-overall selection at the draft in June. The Oilers could select McDavid who is pegged as the best young talent to come along since Sidney Crosby. General manager Craig MacTavish says there is zero chance Edmonton trades the pick.

--  A rocky start to the playoffs for the Toronto Raptors. Despite overcoming a large deficit, they fell 93-86 in Game 1 against the Washington Wizards. Paul Pierce had 20 points for the Wizards. Washington outscored the Raptors 11-4 in extra time. Amir Johnson led Toronto with 18 points.

--  The Blue Jays are back on track. Toronto used a walkoff home run from Josh Donaldson to edge the Atlanta Braves 6-5 in 10 innings. It was Donaldson's third homer in two days. The final game of the interleague series wraps up this afternoon. Daniel Norris goes to the mound for the Jays. Shelby Miller counters for Atlanta.

--  The TRU WolfPack split a doubleheader Saturday. In the first game, the WolfPack dropped a 5-4 decision to the Okanagan College Coyotes. TRU ended the night with an exciting 8-7 walk-off win against the Vancouver Island Mariners. TRU is back on the field at NorBrock Stadium today for two games. They face the Vancouver Island Mariners at 10 this morning, before taking on the Okanagan Coyotes at 4pm.

--  The Kamloops  RiverDogs will  be on the road  for their  next  action  in the B.C. Midget Baseball League next week. They'll  face Ridge Meadows Saturday and, Tri-Cities on Sunday for doubleheaders. The RiverDogs first  home game is at the Canada  Games field and it will be against Vernon on May 2nd.

--  The Kamloops Venom will spend this week preparing for their season opener in Thompson-Okanagan Junior Lacrosse. Their first game is Saturday at home against the Kelowna Raiders. All Venom home games will be played at Memorial Arena. Saturday's matchup is a 7:30pm start.

--  Vancouver is continuing to dominate MLS. The Whitecaps are still atop the league standings after a 1-nil win over Real Salt Lake. And Toronto F-C fell to F-C Dallas 3-2 in a game that included a rain delay of three hours and two minutes.

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