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  1. NBA

    Game 4 of the Eastern Conference first round between Boston and Chicago is today at 6:30 P.M. in Chicago. Chicago leads the series 2-1.
  2. Kevin Chappell leads after the third round at -8.
  3. MLB

    Detroit 5 Minnesota 4. The longball and failure by Minnesota's bullpen give Detroit the win. Detroit's bullpen pitched well enough to hold off the Twins, though Blaine Hardy allowed the tying run to score and closer Francisco Rodriguez surrendered a longball, another recurring problem with Detroit's bullpen.
  4. NFL

    Kansas City has released defensive end Jaye Howard.
  5. Today: Ottawa over Boston to eliminate the Bruins and Washington over Toronto to eliminate the Leafs.
  6. Continued lack of any offense production and pressure. And especially the consequences of trading Eller and Subban.
  7. NFL

    The league has handed Dallas wide receiver Shaquelle Evans a four game suspension for violating the substance abuse policy.
  8. MLB

    Minnesota 6 Detroit 3. Justin Verlander loses the strike zone in the sixth and the bullpen allowed two inherited runners to score in a six run Minnesota inning. Verlander walked six in all and the first three in the sixth before Joe Jimenez put a fastball over the plate to Eddie Rosario that capped the Twins' six run inning.
  9. Tony Finau leads in the third round at -8 after parring the first hole.
  10. Recalled forward Chandler Stephenson from Hershey of the AHL.
  11. Agreed to terms with defenseman Alexei Bereglazov.
  12. Agreed to terms with defenseman Klas Dahlbeck on a one year contract.
  13. New Orleans - This crook breaks into a preschool through an unlocked window and wanders around before heading to the break room for a snack. Then he decides it was time for a nap gathering up stuffed animals, making a makeshift bed, and taking his snooze.
  14. NHL linesman Don Henderson has filed a $10.25 million civil lawsuit against Dennis Wideman for the crosschecking incident back in January.