Saturday, May 29, 2010

It's Saturday!

It's Saturday. Here's what's happening....


Hockey Playoff Roundup ----


Stanley Cup Finals

Last night --

No games

Tonight --

Philadelphia at Chicago 8:00pm EDT on NBC (Game One)


Calder Cup Finals

Last night --

No games

Tonight --

No games

(Note: Calder Cup Finals between Hershey and Texas start June 3rd)


Blackhawks have made Chicago a hockey city again.

Boucher ready to suit up again.

Five questions for Hawks, Flyers.


ORLANDO - Perhaps Friday night's win is the one that will get the Tampa Bay Storm untracked this season. It was certainly one to savor.

Tampa Bay went on the road and knocked off rival Orlando in the latest installment in the War on I-4, earning a 62-50 victory at Amway Arena that marked several firsts this season for the Storm.

Read more from the Tampa Tribune here.


Jimmy's all ready for his birthday party today.

And he's ready for the Stanley Cup Finals too.


Today in Elvis History:

1967 - Elvis and Priscilla Presley held a second wedding reception at Graceland for family and friends that could not attend their wedding in Las Vegas.

1976 - Elvis Presley's single "Hurt" hit #28 in the U.S.

1976 - The Elvis Presley compilation album "The Sun Sessions" hit #76 in the U.S.

1977 - In Baltimore, Elvis Presley left the stage in the middle of a concert and did not return. It was the first time he terminated a show in this manner.

1989 - Lisa Marie Presley gave birth to a baby girl. Danielle Riley was the daughter of Danny Keough.


The Chicago White Sox took game two of their four-game set in Tampa Bay, beating the Rays 4-2 last night, in front of just 20,650 at Tropicana Field.

The Rays grabbed the lead in the third, as Reid Brignac singled home B.J. Upton. Chicago took the lead with two in the fourth, as Alex Rios blasted a two-run homer, with Alexei Ramirez scoring ahead of him, to put the White Sox up 2-1. Ramon Castro made it 3-1 for the Pale Hose with a solo homer in the fifth, but Tampa Bay would strike back in the sixth, with Ben Zobrist scampering home on an Evan Longoria two-out double. That's as close as they would get however, with Chicago adding one more run in the ninth, as Carlos Quentin scored on a Gordon Beckham single, giving the White Sox their final winning margin of 4-2.

Freddy Garcia fanned 7 in 7 innings on the way to the win, he's now 4-3. Matt Thornton fanned three over the final inning-and-a-third, to record his second save of the season. David Price took the loss, allowing two earned runs while fanning 7 in 7 innings. He's now 7-2.

The Rays, now 33-16 and 3 1/2 games ahead of the Yankees in the AS.L. East, host Chicago again tonight at 7:10pm EDT. It's the third game of the four-game set, with the final game tomorrow afternoon at 1:40pm EDT. Both games are on 620AM WDAE and the Rays Radio Network, along with Sun Sports and MLB.TV.


The Indianapolis 500, "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing," is tomorrow, with coverage on ABC, the IMS Radio Network and starting at 12:00pm EDT.


Alex Linnenkohl named to Rimington List.

Rodgers Brothers and Stephen Paea earn more preseason honors.

Former sports publicist John Eggers to be inducted into Hall of Fame.


More from Indianapolis:

Thirty-three get in final laps before '500.'

Team Penske, Castroneves win second straight pit stop competition.


That's it for today. Now, go have some fun. See you tomorrow.

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