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THURSDAY'S SCHEDULE 

HOCKEY:
NHL
STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS (first round best of sevens)
    Philadelphia at NY Rangers
    Minnesota at Colorado
    Chicago at St. Louis
    Los Angeles at San Jose


MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL:  
                A.L. 
    Cleveland at Detroit
    Toronto at Minnesota - doubleheader
    Seattle at Texas
    N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay
    Toronto at Minnesota
    Boston at Chicago White Sox
    Kansas City at Houston
   
                N.L.
    Atlanta at Philadelphia
    L.A. Dodgers at San Francisco
    Colorado at San Diego
    Milwaukee at Pittsburgh
    St. Louis at Washington

WEDNESDAY'S SCOREBOARD

HOCKEY
STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS (first round, game one)
    Montreal 5 Tampa Bay 4 (OT)
    Pittsburgh 4 Columbus 3
    Anaheim 4 Dallas 3

 

WHL PLAYOFFS  (Best of 7 Conf. semi finals)
   Medicine Hat 4 Kootenay 1 (MH wins series 4-3)

NBA  
    New York 95 Toronto 92
    Indiana 101 Orlando 86
    Charlotte 91 Chicago 86, OT
    Oklahoma City 112 Detroit 111
    Atlanta 111 Milwaukee 103
    L.A. Lakers 113 San Antonio 100
    New Orleans 105 Houston 100
    Washington 118 Boston 102
    Cleveland 114 Brooklyn 85
    Philadelphia 100 Miami 87
    Utah 136 Minnesota 130 (2OT)
    Memphis 106 Dallas 105 (OT)
    Portland 110 L.A. Clippers 104
    Phoenix 104 Sacramento 99
    Golden State 88 Denver 80


MLB
                A.L.
    Baltimore 3 Tampa Bay 0
    Cleveland 3 Detroit 2
    Texas 3 Seattle 2
    Boston 6 Chicago White Sox 4 (14 innings)
    Kansas City 6 Houston 4 (11 innings)
    L.A. Angels 5 Oakland 4 (12 innings)
    Toronto at Minnesota, ppd.
 
               N.L.
    Cincinnati 4 Pittsburgh 0
    Milwaukee 5 St. Louis 1
    N.Y. Mets 5 Arizona 2
    Atlanta 1 Philadelphia 0
    Washington 6 Miami 3
    San Diego 4 Colorado 2
    San Francisco 2 L.A. Dodgers 1

   
          INTER-LEAGUE
    N.Y. Yankees 3 Chicago Cubs 0, 1st game
    N.Y. Yankees 2 Chicago Cubs 0,  2nd game
   
THE  HEADLINES:

- Former Vancouver Canuck  Dale Weise helped the Montreal Canadiens begin the playoffs on the right foot.  He scored just over 18 minutes into overtime as Montreal beat the Lightning 5-4 in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.  Elsewhere, Pittsburgh edged Columbus 4-3 while Anaheim held on to beat Dallas 4-3.
  
-   Four more N-H-L playoff series begin tonight.  The Philadelphia Flyers are in Manhattan to take on Henrik Lundqvist and the New York Rangers.  The Minnesota Wild take on coach Patrick Roy's Colorado Avalanche.  The Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks visit the St. Louis Blues.  And the Los Angeles Kings head to northern California to take on the San Jose Sharks.

- The WHL's Conference Finals are set. The Medicine Hat Tigers defeated the Kootenay Ice 4-1 in game seven to win the series and advance.  They will play the Edmonton Oil Kings in the Eastern Conference Final.  The Kelowna Rockets and Portland Winterhawks meet in the Western Conference Final.

- Canada's U-18 mens hockey team begins the World Championships in Finland today.  They play Sweden in the opening game. The roster includes both Joe Hicketts and Ryan Gropp of Kamloops.

-  The Toronto Blue Jays have a double-header today after their game yesterday in Minnesota was postponed due to a spring snow storm.  Knuckleballer R-A Dickey will take the mound for Toronto in the first game. The Twins counter with winless Mike Pelfrey.  Dustin McGowan starts for the Jays in the second game while Kyle Gibson starts for the Twins.

-  Milos Raonic of Thornhill, Ontario plays Spain's Tommy Robredo today at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters. Also hitting the court today are Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
 
 - The trial of South African Olympian Oscar Pistorius continues today before beginning a two-week adjournment.  One of the lawyers in the case has another trial to attend starting tomorrow. The Pistorius trial will continue May 5th.  Pistorius faces 25 years to life in prison if convicted of premeditated murder in Reeva Steenkamp's death in the early hours of Valentine's Day last year.

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