Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Wednesday Morning Sports

In the Stanley Cup playoffs, the Montreal Canadiens remain alive as Rene Bourque scores a hat trick with a 7-4 win over the Rangers, who still lead the Eastern Conference final 3 games to 2. Ranger goalie Henrik Lundqvist was pulled and defenseman John Moore will have a hearing for his illegal hit to the head of Canadiens forward Dale Weise.

In the NBA playoffs, Russell Westbrook scores 40 points as Oklahoma City defeats San Antonio 105-92 to tie up the Western final at two games each.

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling is vowing to fight to the end as the NBA seeks to terminate his ownership while his estranged wife, Shelly Sterling, continues to move quickly to sell the team by the end of the week.

In the Majors, Mark Buehrle improves to 9 and 1 as the Blue Jays win their eighth in a row, 9-6 over Tampa Bay......The Red Sox rallied with 4 runs in the 7th to upend Atlanta 6-3.......The Yankees were shut out by St. Louis 6-0 as Cardinal pitcher Lance Lynn threw a complete game five hitter.

The River Valley Oldtimers League swinging back into action with the Molson Merchants blanking Desaulnier Surveys 9-0.

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