Hmm…

ESPN claims to not shun hockey, but in their scoreboard at the top of the home page, MLB is being shown, not NHL (Game 5 of the Pens-Flyers).

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Note

Currently, any new posts will only be put up on the non-WordPress version of the blog:

http://sportsaddicforlife.com/

My Updated SpyGate Post

Sharks Stay Alive

The San Jose Sharks pulled within a game of Dallas in their best-of-seven series. SJ scored three unanswered goals (2 in the third, and the winner in OT) to make the series 3-2 Stars.

Milan Michalek and Brian Campbell scored in regulation and Joe Pavelski scored the game-winner only 1:05 into the first overtime.

Jere Lehtinen and Brendan Morrow tallied for the Stars. Game 6 is Sunday in Dallas.

Avery Johnson Gone

Only a day after getting eliminated from the NBA Playoffs, the Dallas Mavericks have fired coach Avery Johnson. Johnson had a .735 winning percentage in the regular season in 264 games with the Mavs, but was 23-24 in the postseason.

Dallas lost 99-94 last night against the New Orleans Hornets that gave NO a 4-1 series victory. This is the second year in a row the Mavericks have exited in the first round. Last year they won 67 games in the regular season, but lost to the Golden State Warriors.

Sorry

I’m kind of sick, so I haven’t updated the blog too much lately. I should be fine in a day or two at which point I will resume daily updates.

Detroit, Montreal Win

The Montreal Canadiens pulled out a victory over the Philadelphia Flyers, but Philly put up a fight. The Canadiens got a goal from Alex Kovalev with 28 sceonds left to tie the game at 3 and a score from Tom Kostopoulus 48 seconds into OT to propel them to a win on home ice.

In the West, Chris Osgood made a nice save with less than ten seconds to go that helped seal a 4-3 win for Detroit. Johan Franzen (his second of the night) was credited with the game-winner with a tally 1:13 into period 2. Avs goalie Jose Theodore was pulled after the Franzen score. He was then sent to the team hotel due to sickness.

Backup goaltender Peter Budaj stopped all 20 shots he faced in relief.