Saturday, June 11, 2011

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It's Sunday. Here's what's happening....

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Today is June 12th, the 163rd day of 2011. There are 202 days left in the year.

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Weekes: Luongo looking for love too.

Bruins back Thomas after Luongo's remarks.

2011 Stanley Cup Final schedule.

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Investigators revealed that Osama bin Laden's huge house had only one air conditioning window unit. (That explains why he was finalizing plans to launch a massive attack on America's Home Depots.)

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USA Hockey Board of Directors Approves All Points of
Progressive Checking Skill Development Program
Curriculum Includes Body Contact at Younger Ages;
Pushes Body Checking in Games to Bantam Level

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Hockey's Board of Directors passed all aspects of the Progressive Checking Skill Development Program today during its 2011 Annual Congress.

The program includes the following elements:

• It encourages more body contact in the pre-body checking age categories by providing more training and support for coaches and referees; and encouraging more legal body contact in the pre-body checking age categories through “Point of Emphasis” rule #1 passed by the Board.

• It tightens the standard of play for intimidation hits in the legal body checking age categories. Beginning in the 2011-12 season, legal body checking in games will begin at the Bantam age level (ages 13-14).

• Beginning in 2011-12, each USA Hockey coach will be required to take an age-specific training module which will provide training information consistent with long-term athlete and childhood development principles for the age category the coach will be engaged with. Each module will include training information for body contact and checking.

• Each season, USA Hockey officials attend clinics that review points of emphasis relating to the standard of play. These 2011-12 clinics will focus on allowing more body contact consistent with the rules in pre-checking age categories and a tighter standard of play for roughing, cross-checking, boarding, charging, high-sticking and other intimidation hits in the legal body checking divisions.

• USA Hockey will monitor the on-ice management of games with regular reports from local referee-in-chiefs, coach-in-chiefs and Association Coaching and Education (ACE) administrators to USA Hockey's national office staff in Colorado Springs.

• USA Hockey will conduct research on the effect of the Progressive Checking Skill Development Program on risk reduction and skill development. The results of the research will be published when completed.

• The Board also passed rules that prohibit any check that comes in contact with the head or neck. The goal of this rule is to make the player more responsible for actions that make contact to the head or neck similar to rules now in place for stick infractions to the head.

A goal of the Progressive Checking Skill Development Program is to enhance skill development consistent with the American Development Model and its long-term athlete development principles.

Another goal of the program is to improve on-ice management of the game to help reduce potential risks in the sport.

"This program has taken several years of research and discussion to formulate," said Ron DeGregorio, president of USA Hockey. "USA Hockey has the training and support elements in place for our coaches and referees. Parents should know that this program will better prepare their children for the physical part of the game. It should produce less risk since we will be training players in body contact at an earlier age in a progressive manner. We'll also be tightening up the standard of play for intimidation hits in the youth checking divisions.

"There's a lot to like about USA Hockey and particularly today, as our Board has taken a bold step forward in doing what is right for children. We are, at our core, a youth sports organization and doing what's right for children must always be at the heart of our decisions."

"The big winner today is our children," said Tom Chorske, former NHL player and current member of USA Hockey's Board of Directors. "I support all facets of the Progressive Checking Skill Development Program."

"With the knowledge base we have on child development, this is without question the right way forward," said Bret Hedican, former NHL player and two-time Olympian. "Today is a significant one for our sport."

For more information on USA Hockey's Progressive Checking Skill Development Program, visit usahockey.com/bodychecking.


Katey Stone Named Head Coach for
U.S. Women's National Team in 2011-12
Harvard Coach to Take Reigns of Team USA for Second Consecutive Season

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Katey Stone, head women's ice hockey coach at Harvard University, will continue to lead the U.S. Women's National Team throughout the 2011-12 season. She served in the same capacity during the 2010-11 season, which culminated with Team USA capturing the gold medal at the 2011 International Ice Hockey Federation World Women's Championship.

"With Katey continuing to lead our team through 2011-12, she will gain the opportunity to both leverage and build on all of the work that she and our players invested this past season," said Reagan Carey, director of women's hockey for USA Hockey. "She is dedicated to maximizing the potential of our players and we are eager to see the continued results of her strong efforts."

Stone's 2011-12 duties will begin at the upcoming USA Hockey Women's Summer Development Camp, which runs from June 11-17 in Colorado Springs, Colo.

Stone will also serve as head coach during the USA Hockey Women's National Festival (Aug. 12-20/Blaine, Minn.), the 2011 IIHF 12 Nations Tournament (Aug. 23-31/Vierumaki, Finland), the 2011 Women's Four Nations Cup (Nov. 9-14/Nykoping, Sweden), the 2011 USA Hockey Women's Winter Training Camp (Dec. 26-31/TBA) and the 2012 IIHF World Women's Championship (April 7-14/Burlington, Vt.).

In 2010-11, Stone guided the U.S. Women's National Team to a second-place finish at the 2010 Women's Four Nations Cup in St. John's, N.L., before leading the team to its third consecutive world title in April in Zurich, Switzerland.

Prior to that, Stone served as the head coach of the U.S. Women's Select Team at the 2008 Women's Four Nations Cup. There, Team USA captured the tournament title for the first time since 2003. In addition, Stone led the U.S. to the gold medal at the first-ever IIHF World Women's U18 Championship in January 2008, and also coached the U.S. Women's Under-18 Team at the 2007 Under-18 Series and the U.S. Women's Under-22 Select Team at the 2006 Under-22 Series.

Along with her accomplishments on the international stage, Stone is the winningest coach in the history of women's hockey at Harvard and one of the most successful coaches ever in the women's collegiate game. Stone recently completed her 17th season behind the Harvard bench with 356 victories, which is the most among NCAA Division I coaches.

Stone has led the Crimson to a 356-155-31 (.685) record during her tenure, which included the 1999 American Women's Collegiate Hockey Alliance national championship, three straight appearances in the NCAA championship game (2003, 2004, 2005), eight NCAA tournament appearances in the event's 11-year history, six ECAC Hockey regular-season titles, five ECAC Hockey tournament championships, five Ivy League titles and 10 Beanpot championships.

In addition to the team's success under Stone, she has coached some of the best individual talent in the sport of women's ice hockey. In 17 years at Harvard, Stone has coached nine Olympians and six of the 13 winners of the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, presented annually to the top player in NCAA Division I women's ice hockey.

Stone graduated from the University of New Hampshire in 1989 with a degree in physical education. She was a captain and four-year letter winner in both hockey and lacrosse for the Wildcats. Stone helped the hockey team win ECAC championships in 1986 and 1987, and the lacrosse team capture an NCAA title in 1985. She earned All-ECAC honors in hockey and was a two-time All-America selection in lacrosse.

Before coaching at Harvard, Stone served as assistant athletic director and coach at Tabor Academy (Mass.) and had coaching stints at Northfield Mount Hermon School (Mass.) and Phillips Exeter Academy (N.H.).



USA Hockey Women's Summer Training Camp Set for June 11-17
Twenty-Six Players to Train in Colorado Springs, Colo.

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Beginning on Saturday (June 11), USA Hockey will host 26 of the top female hockey players in the country during its Women's Summer Development Camp at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.

The camp, which runs through Friday, June 17, features strength and conditioning, on-ice skill development, nutrition training and team building.

All 21 members of the U.S. Women's National Team that captured the gold medal at the 2011 International Ice Hockey Federation World Women's Championship will be on hand in Colorado Springs, as well as five additional players who were on the preliminary roster for the world championship. In addition, 16 of the athletes were part of the silver medal-winning 2010 U.S. Olympic Women's Ice Hockey Team.

The camp staff includes Michael Boyle, head strength and conditioning coach for the U.S. Women's National Program; Dawn Strout, strength and conditioning coach for the U.S. Women's National Program; and Katey Stone, head coach of the U.S. Women's National Team.

In addition, Dr. Colleen Hacker will participate in the camp as a mental skills coach. Working with the program for the first time, Hacker is a professor at Pacific Lutheran University in the Department of Movement Studies and Wellness Education. She has served as a sports psychology consultant for both the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team and the U.S. Women's National Field Hockey Team.

NOTES: A full roster can be found here ... The on-ice sessions will take place at the Colorado Springs World Arena. Dates/times will be posted on USAHockey.com by Friday (June 10) ... Media wishing to cover any portion of the event should contact Dave Fischer (719-538-1171/davef@usahockey.org).


Coaching Staff Named for
U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team in 2011-12
Heather Linstad to Serve as Head Coach;
Hilary Witt, Joel Johnson to Serve as Assistants

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Heather Linstad, head women's ice hockey coach at the University of Connecticut, will serve as head coach of the U.S. Women's National Under-18 Team for the 2011-12 season. Meanwhile, Hilary Witt, assistant women's ice hockey coach at Northeastern University, and Joel Johnson, assistant women's ice hockey coach at the University of Minnesota, will serve as assistant coaches.

"Heather’s experience, effective coaching style and competitive spirit will add to the potential of our U18 team," said Reagan Carey, director of women's hockey for USA Hockey. "Additionally, as we work toward building greater continuity within our national program, it is highly beneficial to integrate Hilary and Joel, who have been actively involved in the development of our U.S. Women’s National Team."

The 2011-12 season includes the USA Hockey Women's National Festival (Aug. 10-17/Blaine, Minn.) and the 2011 Women's Under-18 Series, a three-game competition against Canada (Aug. 18-21/Ontario), and culminates with the 2012 International Ice Hockey Federation World Women's U18 Championship, which will be held in the Czech Republic in early January. Team USA will look to defend its world title at the event.

Linstad is serving as coach of a U.S. national team for the first time after having been involved in multiple USA Hockey Women's National Festivals and Player Development Camps, both at the national and district levels. In addition, she has served as a presenter at USA Hockey Level 4 and 5 Coaches Symposiums.

Linstad has been a head coach for 19 seasons, spending the last 11 at UConn, where she collected 154 of her 315 career victories with the Huskies. During the 2009-10 season, Linstad captured her 300th career victory to become just the third Division I women's ice hockey coach to achieve 300 or more wins. Prior to UConn, Linstad compiled a 161-71-27 overall record at the helm of the Northeastern University women's ice hockey team for eight seasons.

A 1989 graduate of Providence College, Linstad earned a degree in business administration while representing the Friars in three varsity sports. She captained the ice hockey team for three years and was named the ECAC Player of the Year as a senior. In addition to her ice hockey career at Providence, Linstad played three seasons of soccer and spent a year on the softball squad.

Witt is entering her second season as an assistant women's ice hockey coach at Northeastern University after serving as the head women's ice hockey coach at Yale University for eight years. She spent the 2010-11 season as an assistant coach for the U.S. Women's National Team, helping guide Team USA to the gold medal at the 2011 IIHF World Women's Championship, as well as a second-place finish at the 2010 Women's Four Nations Cup. She previously served as an assistant coach for the 2010 U.S. Women's National Under-22 Team and the U.S. Women's National Team that earned the silver medal at the 2007 IIHF World Women's Championship.

Johnson returned to the University of Minnesota women’s hockey staff in 2010-11 as an assistant coach following a six-year hiatus. After serving in the same role from 1999-2004, during which time the Golden Gophers earned two national titles, Johnson left Minnesota to take on the role of head coach of the Bethel University men’s hockey team. He is on the staff of a U.S. national team for the first time after serving as an assistant coach during the 2010 USA Hockey Women's Winter Training Camp.


Forty Skaters Named
to 2011 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp Roster

Camp to Take Place in Lake Placid this August
in Preparation for 2012 IIHF World Junior Championship

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Hockey today announced the 40 skaters invited to take part in its National Junior Evaluation Camp this August in Lake Placid, N.Y. The players will be auditioning for a spot on the U.S. National Junior Team that will take part in the 2012 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship, Dec. 26, 2011-Jan. 5, 2012, in Calgary and Edmonton, Alta.

Among the invitees are seven returnees from the bronze medal-winning 2011 U.S. National Junior Team, including defensemen Justin Faulk (South St. Paul, Minn.), Derek Forbort (Duluth, Minn.) and Jon Merrill (Brighton, Mich.); and forwards Nick Bjugstad (Blaine, Minn.), Charlie Coyle (East Weymouth, Mass.), Emerson Etem (Long Beach, Calif.) and Jason Zucker (Las Vegas, Nev.). Zucker was also a member of the U.S. National Junior Team that won the gold medal at the 2010 IIHF World Junior Championship in Regina and Saskatoon, Sask.

Also attending the camp will be seven members of the U.S. Men's National Under-18 Team that captured gold last April at the 2011 IIHF World Men's U18 Championship in Crimmitschau and Dresden, Germany, including defensemen Seth Jones (Plano, Texas), Connor Murphy (Dublin, Ohio) and Robbie Russo (Westmont, Ill.); and forwards Tyler Biggs (Cincinnati, Ohio), Reid Boucher (Grand Ledge, Mich.), Rocco Grimaldi (Rossmoor, Calif.) and J.T. Miller (East Palestine, Ohio).

For the full list of players invited to the 2011 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp, click here.

The camp, which will take place at Lake Placid's Olympic Center from Aug. 6-13, includes practices, intrasquad scrimmages and international games featuring Finland, Sweden and the United States. A full schedule is below.

NOTES: Goaltenders invited to the 2011 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp will be announced later this month ... Eighteen of the 40 invited skaters participated in last year's camp ... The 2012 U.S. National Junior Team will be selected in late December following a pre-tournament camp to be held in Alberta, Canada ... Dean Blais, head men's ice hockey coach at the University of Nebraska Omaha, will serve as head coach of the 2012 U.S. National Junior Team. He will be assisted by Scott Sandelin, head men's ice hockey coach at the University of Minnesota Duluth; Tom Ward, head ice hockey coach of the Shattuck-St. Mary's School's boys' prep team; and Joe Exter, goaltender coach at USA Hockey's National Team Development Program ... Dan Bylsma, head coach of the National Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins, and Mike Sullivan, assistant coach of the NHL's New York Rangers, will also participate in Lake Placid as camp coaches ... Jim Johannson, USA Hockey's assistant executive director of hockey operations, is serving as the general manager of Team USA for the third consecutive year. Tim Taylor (Guilford, Conn.), former U.S. Olympic Men's Ice Hockey Team head coach and longtime Yale University men's ice hockey team head coach, is also serving his third straight year as Team USA's director of player personnel.

2011 USA Hockey National Junior Evaluation Camp Schedule
Aug. 6-13 • Lake Placid, N.Y. • Olympic Center • USA Rink

Date Event Time (EDT)
Sat., Aug. 6 USA Blue Practice 9:00 - 9:45 a.m.
USA White Practice 10:00 - 10:45 a.m.
Sweden Practice 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
Finland Practice 12:30 - 1:45 p.m.
USA Blue vs. USA White 4:00 p.m.
Sun., Aug. 7 Sweden Practice 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Finland Practice 12:30 - 2:30 p.m.
USA Blue vs. USA White 4:00 p.m.
Mon., Aug. 8 Finland Practice 9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m.
USA Blue vs. Sweden 1:00 p.m.
USA White vs. Finland 4:30 p.m.
Tues., Aug. 9 Sweden Practice 9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
Finland Practice 9:45 - 10:15 a.m.
USA Practice 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Finland vs. Sweden 4:00 p.m.
Wed., Aug. 10 USA Practice 9:00 - 10:00 a.m.
Finland Practice 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
USA vs. Sweden 4:00 p.m.
Thurs., Aug. 11 Finland Practice 9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
USA Practice 9:45 - 10:45 a.m.
Sweden Practice 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
USA vs. Finland 4:00 p.m.
Fri., Aug. 12 Sweden Practice 9:00 - 9:30 a.m.
Finland Practice 9:45 - 10:15 a.m.
USA Practice 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Finland vs. Sweden 4:00 p.m.
Sat., Aug. 13 USA vs. Sweden 1:00 p.m.
*all game and practice times subject to change

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An officer in Istanbul, Turkey, tried to stop a driver suspected of drinking when he sped off, hitting the policeman and throwing him onto the hood of the car. The driver went three miles before being stopped by other cops.


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Roughrider Training Camp Report - Day 7.

Cates okay with camp competition for RB job.

Stamps' RB Cornish a man for all topics.

Anderson letting his play do the talking.

Stamps introduce new black helmets.

2011 CFL Schedule is here.

Donate to the Tony Proudfoot Fund.

Visit the leagues' official website, http://www.cfl.ca/.

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Time to go play now Daddy.

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Today is the start of National Flag Week.


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BALTIMORE --  Grinding it out. That's the way Joe Maddon described what his team did on Saturday night during a 7-5 win over the Orioles in 11 innings, and the way the Rays have been going about their business all season.
"I really think it speaks to professional attitude," the Rays manager said. "Our guys, when things aren't going that well, they don't get down. When it's going really well, they don't get too up about it. They keep grinding out the inning. They keep grinding out the situation. And I think we've learned that over the last several years."
Read the rest here.
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Ever since Anthony Weiner's lewd messages on Twitter went public there's been a noticeable drop in Twitter usage by other members of Congress, according to a study by TweetCongress, a site which monitors active feeds from members of Congress.
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SAN FRANCISCO --  Already burdened with concerns about their long list of injured players, the Giants must concern themselves with a new malaise: Tim Lincecum's ineffective pitching.
The oft-dominant and untouchable right-hander looked ordinary and hittable Saturday against the Cincinnati Reds, who handed San Francisco a 10-2 defeat.
Lincecum (5-5) lasted four batters into the fifth inning, his shortest outing of the season. He allowed seven earned runs, matching a career high he reached at Toronto on June 13, 2007, during his rookie season. His ERA climbed from 2.85 to 3.41. Lincecum also struck out just one batter, the lowest total of his 137-game career.
Read the rest here.
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Today in Elvis History:

1965 - Elvis Presley's single "Crying In The Chapel" hit #3 in the U.S.

1965 - The soundtrack to the Elvis Presley movie "Girl Happy" hit #8 in the U.S.

1966 - Elvis Presley recorded Kui Lee's "I'll Remember You."

1967 - Filming began on the Elvis Presley movie "Speedway."

1968 - The Elvis Presley movie "Speedway" premiered in Charlotte, NC.

1971 - Elvis Presley's single "Life/Only Believe" hit #53 in the U.S.

1976 - The album "From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee" hit #29 in the U.K.

1989 - Graceland opened the Elvis Presley Autoland Museum, which contained over 20 cars owned by Presley.

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While most of us don't trust spam, if you order something advertised through it it will probably end up at your door, according to research on products sold in spam emails.

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Today in Beatles History:

1965The Beatles received their MBE (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) awards.

1972 - John Lennon and Yoko Ono released the album "Some Time In New York City."

1976 - The Wings single "Silly Love Songs" hit #2 in the U.K.

1995 - Paul McCartney's daughter Stella premiered her fashion collection in London. One of the songs used for runway music was "Stella May." The song was written by Paul McCartney.

2007 - The Traveling Wilburys Collection and the Deluxe Collectors Edition were released in the U.S. It was released the previous day in the U.K.

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King Henry VIII married his first of six wives, Catherine of Aragon on this date in 1509.

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Today in Sports History:

1839 - Abner Doubleday created the game of baseball, according to the legend. However, evidence has surfaced that indicates that the game of baseball was played before 1800.

1939 - The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum was dedicated in Cooperstown, New York. This was exactly one hundred years to the day on which the game was invented by Abner Doubleday.

1948 - Ben Hogan won his first U.S. Open golf classic.

1967 - The Senators beat Chicago, 6-5, in 22 innings. The game lasted six hours, 38 minutes and ended at 2 43 a.m. and caused the league to adopt a curfew stating that no inning may start after 1 00 a.m.

1981 - Major league baseball players began a 49 day strike. The issue was free-agent compensation.

1985 - Wayne "The Great One" Gretzky was named winner of the NHL's Hart Trophy. The award is given to the league Most Valuable Player.

1991 - The Chicago Bulls won their first NBA championship. The Bulls beat the Los Angeles Lakers four games to one.

1994 - Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were murdered outside her home in Los Angeles. O.J. Simpson was later acquitted of the killings, but he was held liable in a civil suit.

1997 - Interleague play began in baseball, ending a 126-year tradition of separating the major leagues until the World Series.

2000 - Steve Young (San Francisco 49ers) retired from the NFL.

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Last month William Shatner's show (Blank) My Dad Says was canceled. William will return to TV this fall though in a guest-starring role on USA's Psych.

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FORT WORTH, Texas -- Dario Franchitti held off Target Chip Ganassi Racing teammate Scott Dixon by 0.0527 of a second to win the first of the Firestone Twin 275s at Texas Motor Speedway.
Franchitti, who started second in the No. 10 Huggies car, overtook pole sitter Alex Tagliani before Lap 1 was complete and earned the two bonus points for leading the most laps plus the 25 points (half points) for the victory.

Read the rest here.

FORT WORTH, Texas -- Will Power, who finished third in the first race of the Firestone Twin 275s at Texas Motor Speedway, drew the third starting position for the second 114-lap race. It certainly was advantageous in a sprint.

Power overtook Tony Kanaan on Lap 39, and after cars cycled through two pit stops (the latter with 10 or so laps left), he was out in front again to stay to score his first IZOD IndyCar Series oval victory. The 25 points (plus two bonus points for leading the most laps) gave Power a 239-218 points advantage over Dario Franchitti heading into the Milwaukee 225 on June 19.

Read the rest here.

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Coming Up: 

Tonight --

Nascar Sprint Cup Series - Pocono 500 at Pocono Raceway 1:00pm EDT

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Baltimore Orioles 1:35pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Cincinnati Reds 8:05pm EDT

Monday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Detroit Tigers 7:05pm EDT

NHL Stanley Cup Finals -- Vancouver Canucks at Boston Bruins 8:00pm EDT

Tuesday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays vs Boston Red Sox 7:10pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks 9:40pm EDT

Wednesday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays vs Boston Red Sox 7:10pm EDT

NHL Stanley Cup Finals -- Boston Bruins at Vancouver Canucks 8:00pm EDT (If necessary)

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks 9:40pm EDT

Thursday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays vs Boston Red Sox 7:10pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks 9:40pm EDT

Friday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays vs Florida Marlins 7:10pm EDT

CFL Football -- Edmonton Eskimos at Saskatchewan Roughriders 9:00pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Oakland Athletics 10:05pm EDT

Saturday --

Nascar Nationwide Series -- Alliance Truck Parts 250 at Michigan International Speedway 3:30pm EDT

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays vs Florida Marlins 7:10pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Oakland Athletics 10:05pm EDT

Sunday--

Nascar Sprint Cup Series - Heluva Good! Sour Cream Dips 400 at Michigan International Speedway 1:00pm EDT

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays vs Florida Marlins 1:40pm EDT

Izod Indy Car Series -- The Milwaukee 225 at the Milwaukee Mile 3:30pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Oakland Athletics 4:05pm EDT

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