Friday, November 11, 2011

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Today is November 11th, the 315th day of 2011. There are 50 days left in the year.


Eleven noteworthy lists to celebrate 11/11/11.

NHL announces 2012 All-Star Fan Balloting.

Visit the official league website,


Today's Birthdays: Actor Stanley Tucci (The Hunger Games, Captain America: The First Avenger, The Devil Wears Prada) is 51; Actress Demi Moore (Mr. Brooks, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, G.I. Jane) is 49; Actress Calista Flockhart (Brothers & Sisters, Ally McBeal) is 47; Actress Leslie Mann (The Change-Up, Knocked Up, The 40-Year-Old Virgin) is 39; Actor Leonardo DiCaprio (J. Edgar, Inception) is 37.


Tampa, FL. -- NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman led off his weekly radio show Thursday night by addressing the events of Wednesday night in Tampa Bay, where the game between the Lightning and Philadelphia Flyers featured multiple instances of the referees whistling play dead after the Flyers held the puck in their own zone for a prolonged period of time while the Lightning sat back in a 1-3-1 defensive formation -- with neither side willing to blink first.

"While we had an interesting night in Tampa, I'm not exactly sure it was the grand moment of the season that everybody's speculating," Bettman said, drawing laughter from his co-host, E.J. Hradek.

Read the rest here.


Today is Veteran's Day. When you see a vet today, be sure to thank them for their service to our country.


U.S. Women's National Team Falls to Canada, 3-1, at 2011 Four Nations Cup

Game Marked 100th Meeting between Two Teams

NYKOPING, Sweden -- The U.S. Women's National Team fell to Canada, 3-1, in its second game of the 2011 Four Nations Cup. The game marked the 100th meeting between the two teams all-time.

"It was a disappointing loss, but our kids played hard," said Katey Stone, head coach of the 2011 U.S. Women's National Team. "We learned a lot tonight, and we'll be ready to go on Saturday."

After a scoreless first period, Canada took the lead at 5:40 of the second period off the stick of Jayna Hefford. But Team USA's Jocelyne Lamoureux (Grand Forks, N.D.) evened the score in the period's final minute with a shorthanded tally assisted by Molly Engstrom (Siren, Wis.).

Hayley Wickenheiser restored Canada's one-goal lead at 9:58 of the third period. Team USA pulled goalie Jessie Vetter (Cottage Grove, Wis.) on three separate occasions in the third period, but could not tally the equalizer as Canada's Caroline Ouellette sealed the victory with an empty-net goal with just 12 seconds remaining.

Vetter made 24 saves in the loss, while Charline Labonte stopped 34 shots in the victory.

The U.S. Women's National Team, which holds a 1-0-0-1 (W-OTW-OTL-L) overall record at the tournament, will face Finland Saturday (Nov. 12) at 10 a.m. EST in its third and final preliminary-round game of the Four Nations Cup.

NOTES: Jocelyne Lamoureux (Grand Forks, N.D.) was named the U.S. Player of the Game ... Jocelyne Lamoureux joins Monique Lamoureux-Kolls and Kelli Stack with a team leading three points (2-1) after two games ... Caitlin Cahow and Julie Chu served as an alternate captains for the match-up against Canada ... For the full U.S. Women's National Team Four Nations Cup roster, click here ... Katey Stone, head women's ice hockey coach at Harvard University, is the head coach of the U.S. Women's National Team for the 2011-12 season and is guiding the team in Nyköping. Hilary Witt and Bobby Jay are serving as assistant coaches. Robb Stauber is serving as the goalie coach and team scout for the event ... The Four Nations Cup is an annual tournament featuring four of the top-ranked women's hockey teams in the world - the United States, Canada, Finland and Sweden ... To follow the team in Sweden, check out the U.S. Women's National Program blog by clicking here ... Follow @USAHockeyScores on Twitter for live scoring updates during the tournament. Scores will be designated with #4nationsWMN .


Scoring By Period

USA 0 - 1 - 0 - 1
CAN 0 - 1- 2 - 3

First Period - Scoring: None. Penalties: CAN, Birchard (holding), 3:05; CAN, Scanzano (hooking), 5:30; USA, Thatcher (hooking), 9:03; CAN, Agosta (body-checking), 18:50.

Second Period - Scoring: 1, CAN, Hefford (Agosta), 5:40; 2, USA, Lamoureux (Engstrom), 19:05. Penalties: USA, Thatcher (interference), 8:31; USA, Knight (holding), 10:09; USA, Marvin (slashing), 18:00.

Third Period - Scoring: 2, CAN, Wickenheiser (Ouellette, Spooner), 9:58; 3, CAN, Ouellette (Wickenheiser, McKeough), 19:48 (en). Penalties: CAN, Birchard (tripping), 3:38; USA, Duggan (tripping), 11:24; SWE, Eliasson (body-checking), 17:55; CAN, Wickenheiser (hooking), 15:18.

Shots by Period
1 2 3 Total
USA 9 8 18 35
CAN 6 11 10 27

Goaltenders (SH/SV) 1 2 3 Total
USA, Vetter, 58:41 6-6 11-10 1-8 27-24
SWE, Labonte, 60:00 9-9 8-7 18-18 35-34

Power Play: USA 0-5; CAN 0-5
Penalties: USA 5-10; CAN 5-10

Team USA 2011 Four Nations Cup Schedule
Nykoping, Sweden • Stora Hallen Arena

Date Opponent Time (Local/EST) Result
Wed., Nov. 9 Sweden 7 p.m./1 p.m. W, 8-0
Thurs., Nov. 10 Canada 3:30 p.m./9:30 a.m. L, 1-3
Sat., Nov. 12 Finland 4 p.m./10 a.m. Game Blog
Sun., Nov. 13 Third-Place Game 11:30 a.m./5:30 a.m. Game Blog
Championship Game 3 p.m./9 a.m. Game Blog

U.S. Junior Select Team Tops Russia, 6-3,
in the World Junior A Challenge Quarterfinal Round

Kuraly Scores Twice to Help Team USA Advance to Semifinals

LANGLEY, B.C. - Sean Kuraly (Dublin, Ohio/Indiana Ice) scored two third-period goals, as the U.S. Junior Select Team topped Russia, 6-3, in the quarterfinal round of the 2011 World Junior A Challenge. With the win, Team USA improved to 2-0-0-1 (W-OTW-OTL-L) overall and advanced to the semifinals.

"We knew Russia was going to come at us hard, but we showed the will to win tonight," said Regg Simon, head coach of the U.S. Junior Select Team. "We need to continue with our process tomorrow in order to advance to the championship game."

Team USA opened the scoring at 12:41 of the first period when Alex Broadhurst (New Lenox, Ill./Green Bay Gamblers) fired a wrist shot high over the blocker of goalie Andrei Vasilevski for a power-play goal. But a Russian goal three minutes later knotted the score, 1-1, heading into the middle frame.

The U.S. regained the lead midway through the second when Mario Lucia (Chanhassen, Minn./Penticton Vees) stickhandled around three Russian defensemen and fired a wrist shot high past Vasilevski for his third tally of the tournament.

Team USA extended its lead to two goals when Austyn Young (South St. Paul, Minn./Sioux Falls Stampede) gained position in the slot and chipped the puck over Vasilevski's shoulder at 16:14 of the second. Then, just two minutes later, Ethan Prow (Sauk Rapids, Minn./Des Moines Buccaneers) buried a long slap shot to give the U.S. a 4-1 lead after two.

Russia cut the U.S. lead to one with a pair of goals less than four minutes apart. But Team USA responded when Kuraly's wrist shot hit a Russian defenseman's stick and beat Vasilevski low to the stick side to make the score 5-3 midway through the third period. Kuraly later closed out the scoring with less than two minutes remaining with a wrist shot from the right circle.

U.S. goalie Ryan McKay (Palatine, Ill.) made 26 saves in the victory, while Vasilevski turned aside 50 shots in a losing effort.

The U.S. Junior Select Team will face Canada East in the semifinal round tomorrow night (Nov. 11), with the game time to be determined based on the outcome of the quarterfinal match-up between Canada West and the Czech Republic. A full schedule is below.

NOTES: Vince Hinostroza (Bartlett, Ill./Waterloo Black Hawks) was named Team USA's Player of the Game after logging two assists ... The U.S. went 1-for-6 on the power play, while Russia was 0-for-3 with the man advantage ... For Team USA's full roster, click here ... The World Junior A Challenge is in its sixth year and Team USA will be competing in the tournament for the fifth consecutive time ... The U.S. has won the championship the past three years (2008, 2009, 2010) and garnered a third-place finish in 2007 ... The 2011 World Junior A Challenge includes teams from the Czech Republic, Russia, Sweden, and the United States and two teams from Canada (East and West) ... Follow @USAHockeyScores on Twitter for live scoring updates during the tournament. Scores will be designated with #JrAChallenge.


Scoring By Period

RUS 1 - 0 - 2 - 3
USA 1 - 3 - 2 - 6

First Period – Scoring: 1, USA, Broadhurst (Prow), 12:41 (pp); 2, RUS, Yamkin (Avtomov, Barbanov), 16:05. Penalties: USA, Hinostroza (roughing), 9:43; RUS, Erokhin (roughing), 9:43; RUS, Malenkikh (hooking), 11:12; RUS, Ermakov (hooking), 13:23; RUS, Avtomov (hooking), 19:40.

Second Period – Scoring: 3, USA, Lucia (Cameranesi, Schmaltz), 9:42; 4, USA, Young (Welinski, Bourbonnais), 16:14; 5, USA, Prow (Hinostroza), 18:20. Penalties: USA, Schmaltz (interference), 5:24; RUS, Lisov (slashing), 13:28; USA, Cooper (closing hand on puck), 19:26.

Third Period - Scoring: 6, RUS, Yakimov (unassisted), 4:21; 7, RUS, Kudreman (Zykov, Avtomov), 8:18; 8, USA, Kuraly (Cangelosi, Reilly), 9:25; 9, USA, Kuraly (Hinostroza), 18:31. Penalties: USA, McCoshen (delaying-the-game), 0:18; RUS, Malenkikh (hooking) 1:45; RUS, Ermakov (holding) 18:45.

Shots by Period
1 2 3 Total
RUS 5 13 11 29
USA 20 19 17 56

Goaltenders (SH/SV) 1 2 3 Total
RUS, Vasilevski, 60:00 20/19 19/16 17/15 56/50
USA, McKay, 60:00 5/4 13/13 11/9 29/26

Power Play: RUS 0-3; USA 1-6
Penalties: RUS 7-14; USA 4-8

Team USA 2010 World Junior A Challenge Schedule
Nov. 7-13 • Langley, B.C. • Langley Events Centre

Date Opponent
Time (ET)/Result

Sat., Nov. 5 Canada East* W, 4-1
Mon., Nov. 7 Sweden L, 0-1
Wed., Nov. 9 Canada West W, 6-1
Thu., Nov. 10 Russia W, 6-3
Fri., Nov. 11 Canada East (Semifinals) 7/10:30 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 12 Third-Place Game 10:30 p.m.
Sun., Nov. 13 First-Place Game 8 p.m.
*pre-tournament game

U.S. National Under-17 Team Shuts Out Slovakia, 4-0, in 2011
Under-17 Four Nations Tournament Opener

Miska Stops 20 Shots in Team USA Victory

BALASHIKHA, Russia - Hunter Miska (North Branch, Minn.) stopped all 20 shots he faced, as the U.S. National Under-17 Team shutout Slovakia, 4-0, in its opening game of the 2011 Under-17 Four Nations Tournament here today at Arena Balashikha.

"We had a solid effort to start the tournament today", said Don Granato, head coach of the U.S. National Under-17 Team. "Tomorrow we will face another very talented opponent and expect a very good matchup."

Team USA opened the scoring at 9:13 of the first period when Anthony Louis (Winfield, Ill.) notched a power-play goal. Keaton Thompson (Devils Lake, N.D.) and Will Butcher (Sun Prairie, Wis.) collected assists on the marker. Hudson Fasching (Burnsville, Minn.) increased the U.S. lead late in the frame when he potted an unassisted goal at 17:20.

The U.S. dominated Slovakia in shots on goal in the middle stanza, outshooting its opponent by a 19-9 margin. No pucks would find the back of the net, however, and the score remained at 2-0 in favor of Team USA.

Skating with a two-goal lead late in the final frame, the U.S. notched back-to-back goals to secure the 4-0 victory. Kevin Labanc (Staten Island, N.Y.) scored Team USA's third goal at 16:32 with assists by Evan Allen (Sterling Heights, Mich.) and Luke Voltin (Blaine, Minn.). Just 26 seconds later, J.T. Compher (Northbrook, Ill.) tallied the final goal of the game.

The U.S. National Under-17 Team will continue tournament play against Switzerland on Saturday (Nov. 12) at 6:00 a.m. EST. A full schedule is below.

NOTES: Hudson Fasching was named Team USA's Player of the Game ... The U.S. went 1-for-2 on the power play, while Slovakia went 0-for-1 with the man advantage ... For Team USA's full roster, click here ... The U.S. has captured the tournament title the past two years (2009, 2010) ... The 2011 Under-17 Four Nations Tournament will include teams from Russia, Slovakia, Switzerland and the United States ... Follow @USAHockeyScores on Twitter for live scoring updates during the tournament. Scores will be designated with #4nationsU17.


Scoring By Period

USA 2 - 0 - 2 - 4
SVK 0 - 0 - 0 - 0

First Period – Scoring: 1, USA, Louis (Thompson, Butcher), 9:13, (pp); 2, USA, Fasching (unassisted), 17:20. Penalties: SVK, Holenda (holding), 8:09.

Second Period – Scoring: None. Penalties: SVK, Petras (tripping), 11:18; SVK, Bobos (roughing), 20:00; USA, Hamilton (roughing), 20:00.

Third Period – Scoring: 3, USA, Labanc (Allen, Voltin), 16:32; 4, USA, Compher (Hayden), 16:58. Penalties: USA, Voltin (high-sticking), 12:27.

Shots by Period
1 2 3 Total
USA 12 19 16 47
SVK 2 9 9 20

Goaltenders (SH/SV) 1 2 3 Total
USA, Miska, 60:00 2/2 9/9 9/9 20/20
SVK, Godla, 60:00 12/10 19/19 16/14 47/43

Power Play: SVK 0-1; USA 1-2
Penalties: SVK 3-6; USA 2-4

Team USA 2011 Under-17 Four Nation Tournament Schedule
Nov. 9-13 • Arena Balashikha • Balashikha, Russia

Date Opponent
Time (ET)/Result

Wed., Nov. 9 Russia* W, 6-2
Fri., Nov. 11 Slovakia W, 4-0
Sat., Nov. 12 Switzerland 6:00 a.m.
Sun., Nov. 13 Russia 9:30 a.m.
*Pre-tournament game

U.S. National Under-18 Team Clips Sweden, 3-2, in 2011
Under-18 Four Nations Tournament Opener

Kerdiles Nets Two, Including Game Winner

MONTHEY, Switzerland - Nicolas Kerdiles (Irvine, Calif.) netted two goals, including the game winner, as the U.S. National Under-18 Team clipped Sweden, 3-2, in the opening game of the 2011 Under-18 Four Nations Tournament here today at Monthey Arena.

“I'm proud of our team and how they persevered against a very talented team," said Danton Cole, head coach of the U.S. National Under-18 Team. "We will take what we learned today and apply it as we move forward in the tournament."

Team USA found itself down one goal at 7:18 of the opening stanza after Sweden netted the first goal of the contest. Cameron Darcy (South Boston, Mass.) answered for the U.S. when he took a Frankie Vatrano (East Longmeadow, Mass.) pass and buried it into the net at 13:58. Sweden reclaimed the lead on the power play at 19:09 to send the U.S. to the locker room trailing by a goal.

Kerdiles scored two consecutive goals in the second period to propel Team USA to a 3-2 lead. The first tally by Kerdiles, a power-play marker, was assisted by Ryan Hartman (West Dundee, Ill.) and Kyle Osterberg (Lakeville, Minn.). Seth Jones (Plano, Texas) and Brady Skjei (Lakeville, Minn.) earned assists on the second tally, which stood as the game-winning goal.

The U.S. held Sweden to seven shots on goal in the third period and Jared Rutledge (Chicago, Ill.) was perfect in the frame to preserve the Team USA victory. Rutledge made 24 total saves in the game.

The U.S. National Under-18 Team will continue tournament play against Finland on Saturday (Nov. 12) at 8:30 a.m. EST. A full schedule is below.

NOTES: The U.S. went 1-for-6 on the power play, while Sweden went 2-for-11 with the man advantage ... For Team USA's full roster, click here ... The U.S. has captured the tournament title the past three years (2008, 2009, 2010) ... The 2011 Under-18 Four Nations Tournament will include teams from Finland, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States ... Follow @USAHockeyScores on Twitter for live scoring updates during the tournament. Scores will be designated with #4nationsU18.


Scoring By Period

USA 1 - 2 - 0 - 3
SWE 2 - 0 - 0 - 2

First Period – Scoring: 1, SWE, Burakowsky (Fernholm), 7:18, (pp); 2, USA, Darcy (Vatrano), 13:58; 3, SWE, Spangberg (Westlund), 19:09, (pp). Penalties: SWE, Nyberg (boarding), 2:20; USA, Trouba (roughing), 5:46; USA, Koules (boarding), 7:55; SWE, Rydahl (holding), 11:10; USA, Hartman (tripping), 15:34; USA, Koules (cross-checking), 18:34; USA, Matteau (interference), 20:00.

Second Period – Scoring: 4, USA, Kerdiles (Hartman, Osterberg), 11:29, (pp); 5, USA, Kerdiles (Jones, Skjei), 17:32. Penalties: USA, Bench (too-many-men), 5:03; USA, Vatrano (diving), 8:19; USA, Rutledge (delay-of-game), 8:58; SWE, Gunnarsson (holding), 10:57; SWE, Spangberg (elbowing), 15:32; USA, Bench (too-many-men), 18:25.

Third Period – Scoring: None. Penalties: SWE, Agren (interference), 2:54; USA, Osterberg (charging), 6:01; SWE, Spangberg (interference), 11:21; USA, Matteau (checking-to-head), 12:53; USA, Matteau (misconduct), 12:53; USA, Barber (roughing), 18:51.

Shots by Period
1 2 3 Total
USA 9 12 13 34
SWE 11 8 7 26

Goaltenders (SH/SV) 1 2 3 Total
USA, Rutledge, 60:00 11/9 8/8 7/7 26/24
SWE, Hogberg, 60:00 9/8 12/10 13/13 34/31

Power Play: SWE 2-11; USA 1-6
Penalties: SWE 6-12; USA 12-34

Team USA 2011 Under-18 Four Nation Tournament Schedule
Nov. 9-13 • Monthey Arena • Monthey, Switzerland

Date Opponent
Time (ET)/Result

Wed., Nov. 9 Switzerland* W, 6-0
Fri., Nov. 11 Sweden W, 3-2
Sat., Nov. 12 Finland 8:30 a.m.
Sun., Nov. 13 Switzerland 10:00 a.m.
*Pre-tournament game at Leysin Arena


The Mayflower Compact was signed on this date in 1620 by the 41 men on the Mayflower when they landed in what is now Provincetown Harbor near Cape Cod. The compact called for "just and equal laws.


Moffat: Is this a 1975 Alouettes déja vu?

Cauz: The Lions are the team to beat.

Visit the leagues' official website,


The telescope was patented by Alvan Clark on this date in 1851.


OSU football: Despite criticism, Beavers say they evolve throughout season.

Visit the official football website by clicking here.

Visit the school's official athletics website by clicking here.


Washington became the 42nd state of the United States on this date in 1889.


The 2011 NFL season is underway. Here's the week nine results:

Week 9

Sunday, November 6th

Miami 31 at Kansas City 3
Atlanta 31 at Indianapolis 7
At New Orleans 27, Tampa Bay 16
NY Jets 27 at Buffalo 11
At Dallas 23, Seattle 13
At Houston 30, Cleveland 12
San Francisco 19 at Washington 11
Cincinnati 24 at Tennessee 17
Denver 38 at Oakland 24
NY Giants 24 at New England 20
At Arizona 19, St. Louis 13 (OT)
Green Bay 45 at San Diego 38
Baltimore 23 at Pittsburgh 20

Monday, November 7th

Chicago 30 at Philadelphia 24

·Bye: Detroit, Minnesota, Carolina, Jacksonville

Week 10

All Times Eastern

Thursday, November 10th

Oakland 24 at San Diego 17

Sunday, November 13th

Arizona at Philadelphia 1:00 PM
Tennessee at Carolina 1:00 PM
Houston at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM
Washington at Miami 1:00 PM
Jacksonville at Indianapolis 1:00 PM
Denver at Kansas City 1:00 PM
Buffalo at Dallas 1:00 PM
New Orleans at Atlanta 1:00 PM
St. Louis at Cleveland 1:00 PM
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati 1:00 PM
Baltimore at Seattle 4:05 PM
NY Giants at San Francisco 4:15 PM
Detroit at Chicago 4:15 PM
New England at NY Jets 8:20 PM

Monday, November 14th

Minnesota at Green Bay 8:30 PM


Billy Crystal has been asked to host the 2012 Academy Awards. The comedy veteran and eight time Oscar host tweeted on Thursday afternoon that he would be hosting the Oscars "so the young woman in the pharmacy will stop asking my name when I pick up my prescriptions...."


Thanks for the candy mister!


The Syfy channel announced that it will air a marathon of 15 James Bond movies over the Thanksgiving holiday. ("Lord, on this special day we want to give you thanks for Grandpa and Grandma, Little Jimmy, Aunt Frieda, and, of course, our license to kill.")


Today in Elvis History:

1960 - Filming began on the Elvis Presley film "Wild In The Country."

1964 - The Elvis Presley film "Roustabout" opened in the U.S.

1970 - The documentary "Elvis - That's The Way It Is" opened in the U.S. The film covered Elvis' Las Vegas shows during the summer of 1970.

1995 - The Elvis Presley single "The Twelfth Of Never" hit #21 in the U.K.

2003 - The Elvis Presley two-CD compilation "Louisiana Hayride/Interviews With Elvis" was released.

2003 - The DVD "Elvis - The Man the Music the Legend" was released.


Determined to top retailers like Target, Macy's, Kohl's and Best Buy -- who are all opening at midnight on Black Friday -- Walmart has announced it will be opening at 10pm Thanksgiving night. Walmart says its customers told them they would rather stay up late to shop than get up early.


Today in Beatles History:

1970 - Two albums called "Plastic Ono Band" were released. One was by John Lennon. The other was recorded by Yoko Ono.

2003 - Ringo Starr's "Ringo Rama Deluxe" was released. The two-CD release included a bonus DVD.


Cops in California say a man walked into an unlocked home, past an elderly couple watching TV game shows, and into the kitchen. They say the man grabbed two bottles of beer from their fridge and "a food object of some type" wrapped in foil, then left.


Today in Sports History:

1868 - The first indoor amateur track and field meet was held by the New York Athletic Club.

1944 - The New York Rangers set an NHL record of 25 games without a win (0-21-4).

1946 - The New York Knickerbockers (later the Knicks) played their first game at Madison Square Garden. New York lost the game 78-68 to Chicago.

1963 - Gordie Howe (Detroit Red Wings) tied Rocket Richard's record of 544 career goals.

1981 - Fernando Valenzuela (L.A. Dodgers) became the first pitcher to win Rookie of the Year and the Cy Young award in the same season.

1981 - The Minnesota North Stars scored 8 goals in the second period against the Winnipeg Jets. The North Stars won the game 15-2.

1984 - The Houston Oilers ended their streak of 23 consecutive road losses when they beat Kansas City 17-16.

1990 - Derrick Thomas (Kansas City Chiefs) set an NFL record when he had 7 sacks in a game against the Seahawks.

1997 - Roger Clemens (Toronto Blue Jays) became the third major league player to win the Cy Young Award four times.

2002 - Barry Bonds became the first major league baseball player to win the leagues Most Valuable Player title five times.

2002 - The NHL suspended Krzysztof Oliwa (New York Rangers) for five games for a cross-check against Grant Marshall (Columbus Bluejackets) on November 9. Coach Bryan Trottier (New York Rangers) was suspended for two games for sending several enforcers on the ice for the final 2.5 seconds of the same game.

2004 - Shaquille O'Neal (Miami Heat) hit 22,000 career points.


IN THEATERS THIS WEEKEND -- J. Edgar (R); Jack & Jill (PG); Immortals (R)


Coming up:


Empire South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Valley Jr. Warriors Showcase vs Boston Bandits 10:10am EST

Empire South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Valley Jr. Warriors Showcase vs New England Huskies 5:00pm EST

EJHL South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Valley Jr. Warriors Showcase vs TBD TBA

Saturday --

Nascar Nationwide Series -- Wypall 200 at Phoenix International Raceway 3:30pm EST

Empire South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Valley Jr. Warriors Showcase vs Valley Jr. Warriors 5:30pm EST

College Football -- Oregon State Beavers at California Golden Bears 6:30pm EST

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at St. Louis Blues 8:00pm EST

EJHL South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Valley Jr. Warriors Showcase vs TBD TBA

Sunday --

Empire South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Valley Jr. Warriors Showcase vs New Hampshire Jr. Monarchs 10:30am EST

NFL Football -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Houston Texans 1:00pm EST

Nascar Sprint Cup Series -- Kobalt Tools 500 at Phoenix International Raceway 3:00pm

EJHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Valley Jr. Warriors Showcase TBA TBD


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