Wednesday, April 10, 2013

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It's Wednesday. Here's what's happening....

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Today is April 10th, the 100th day of 2013. There are 265 days left in the year.

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Do Kesler, Roy make Canucks serious contenders?

Heatley to miss remainder of season.

Visit the official league website, http://www.nhl.com/.

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Today's Birthdays: John Madden is 77; Steven Seagal (Hard To Kill, On Deadly Ground) is 62; Singer-producer Babyface is 55; Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense) is 25.

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Tampa, FL. --Ben Bishop got the best of his former team on Tuesday night.

Making his first start in front of the home fans since being acquired last week, Bishop made 31 saves to help the Tampa Bay Lightning earn a 3-2 victory over the Ottawa Senators at the Tampa Bay Times Forum.

Read the rest here.

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According to a new Yale study, some skin cancer survivors still like to tan. [That's like having survived the movie Jack & Jill, and yet going back for another Adam Sandler picture.]

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U.S. Players Highlight Men's Frozen Four Rosters
USA Hockey's Junior Leagues Produce Elite NCAA Talent
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The 2013 NCAA Men's Frozen Four will have a distinct American presence yet again, as 78 of the 106 players on the rosters of Quinnipiac University, St. Cloud State University, UMass-Lowell and Yale University have developed their game within the United States.
The NCAA Men's Frozen Four begins Thursday (April 11) at the CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh, Pa., when Quinnipiac faces St. Cloud State and UMass-Lowell squares off against Yale.
A total of 65 players in this year's Frozen Four have ties to junior hockey in the United States, including 41 from the United States Hockey League and 11 from the North American Hockey League. Additionally, 10 players skated in the Eastern Junior Hockey League, while two played in the Atlantic Junior Hockey League and one player competed in the Minnesota Junior Hockey League.
Collectively, 21 states will be represented by players in the Frozen Four, including Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont and Wisconsin.
Further, 10 Americans competing in the Frozen Four this year have been drafted by National Hockey League teams.
Players with American Developmental Roots
in the 2013 NCAA Men's Frozen Four

United States Hockey League Alumni (41)
With Most Recent Team
Gregory AmlongUMass-LowellCedar Rapids RoughRiders
Derek ArnoldUMass-LowellWaterloo Black Hawks
Ben ArntQuinnipiacOmaha Lancers
Josh BalchYaleChicago Steel
Alex BarronQuinnipiacWaterloo Black Hawks
Loren BarronQuinnipiacIndiana Ice
Brooks BertschSt. CloudDubuque Fighting Saints
Clinton BourbonaisYaleSioux City Musketeers
Jonny BrodzinskiSt. CloudFargo Force
Mike DalhuisenQuinnipiacLincoln Stars
Anthony DayYaleWaterloo Black Hawks
Nic DowdSt. CloudIndiana Ice
Tommy FallenYaleCedar Rapids RoughRiders
Michael FallonUMass-LowellChicago Steel
Christian FolinUMass-LowellFargo Force
Daniel FurlongUMass-LowellSioux Falls Stampede
Kevin GravelSt. CloudSioux City Musketeers
Eric HartzellQuinnipiacSioux Falls Stampede
Cory HibbelerQuinnipiacLincoln Stars
Josh HolmstromUMass-LowellSioux Falls Stampede
Nick JensenSt. CloudGreen Bay Gamblers
Taylor JohnsonSt. CloudGreen Bay Gamblers
Soren JonzzonQuinnipiacYoungstown Phantoms
Zack KamrassUMass-LowellSioux Falls Stampede
Drew LaBlancSt. CloudChicago Steel
Nick MaricicYaleTri-City Storm
Ryan McGrathUMass-LowellCedar Rapids RoughRiders
Andrew MillerYaleChicago Steel
Jimmy MurraySt. CloudOmaha Lancers
Ryan ObuchowskiYaleIndiana Ice
Nick OliverSt. CloudFargo Force
Andrew ProchnoSt. CloudSioux Falls Stampede
Ethan ProwSt. CloudDes Moines Buccaneers
Jarrod RabeySt. CloudIndiana Ice
Joe RehkampSt. CloudWaterloo Black Hawks
Chad RuhwedelUMass-LowellSioux Falls Stampede
Jordan Samuels-ThomasQuinnipiacWaterloo Black Hawks
Jake SuterUMass-LowellSioux City Musketeers
Connor WilsonYaleChicago Steel
Stu WilsonYaleCedar Rapids RoughRiders
Mitch WitekYaleWaterloo Black Hawks
North American Hockey League Alumni (12)
With Most Recent Team
T.J. BelisleSt. CloudSpringfield Jr. Blues
Brandon BurellSt. CloudWenatchee Wild
Adam ChapieUMass-LowellNew Mexico Mustangs
Ryan FaragherSt. CloudBismarck Bobcats
Christian FolinUMass-LowellAustin Bruins 
Connor HellebuyckUMass-LowellOdessa Jackalopes
Tom HilbrichQuinnipiacFresno Monsters
Jacob MeyersQuinnipiacAlexandria Blizzard
Joseph PhillippiSt. CloudFairbanks Ice Dogs
Cory ThorsonSt. CloudOwatonna Express
Zach TolkinenQuinnipiacFairbanks Ice Dogs
A.J. WhiteUMass-LowellMichigan Warriors
Eastern Junior Hockey League Alumni (11)
With Most Recent Team
Danny FedericoQuinnipiacBoston Jr. Bruins
Jeremy LangloisQuinnipiacNew Jersey Hitmen
Cody LearnedYaleBoston Jr. Bruins
Matt LemireQuinnipiacBoston Jr. Bruins
Zach LuczykQuinnipiacBoston Jr. Bruins
Dereky McCoyUMass-LowellValley Jr. Warriors
Joseph PendenzaUMass-LowellBoston Jr. Bruins
Brian RobbinsUMass-LowellCapital District Selects
Jesse RootYaleBoston Jr. Bruins
Trent RuffaloYaleNew Hampshire Junior Monarchs
Riley WetmoreUMass-LowellGreen Mountain Glades

Americans in the 2013 NCAA Men's Frozen Four
by NHL Entry Draft Selection (10)
Kenny AgostinoYalePIT, 2010 (Rd. 5, 140)
Matthew BeattieYaleVAN, 2012 (Rd. 7, 207)
Nic DowdSt. CloudLAK, 2009 (Rd. 7, 198)
Kevin GravelSt. CloudLAK, 2010 (Rd. 5, 148)
Ben HanowskiSt. CloudPIT, 2009 (Rd. 3, 63)
Nick JensenSt. CloudDET, 2009 (Rd. 5, 150)
Rob O'GaraYaleBOS, 2012 (Rd. 5, 151)
Nick OliverSt. CloudNSH, 2009 (Rd. 4, 110)
Jordan Samuels-ThomasQuinnipiacWPG, 2009 (Rd. 7, 203)
Gus YoungYaleCOL, 2009 (Rd. 7, 184)
NOTES: Yale's Nic Maricic (Alta Loma, Calif./2006-08) is an alumnus of USA Hockey's National Team Development Program. Located in Ann Arbor, Mich., the NTDP is an elite training program for the top 16- and 17-year-old players in the United States ... St. Cloud's Kevin Gravel skated with Team USA at the 2012 International Ice Hockey Federation World Junior Championship ... Fourteen of the 16 USHL member clubs have at least one representative in the Frozen Four ... Fourteen players in this year's NCAA Men's Frozen Four who did not skate in the junior ranks owe parts of their development to American prep or high schools: Kenny Agostino (Flanders, N.J./Delbarton School (N.J.)), Matthew Beattie (Whitehouse Station, N.J./Phillips Exeter (N.H.) Academy), Joseph Benik (Andover, Minn./St. Francis High School (Minn.)), Clinton Bourbonais (Dexter, Mich./St. Mary's Prep - Orchard Lakes (Mich.)),Ben Hanowski (Little Falls, Minn./Little Falls (Minn.)), Matt Killian (Basking Ridge, N.J./Delbarton School (N.J.)),Antonie Laganiere (Ile Cadieux, Que./Deerfield (Mass.) Academy), Malcolm Lyles (Miami Gardens, Fla./Deerfield (Mass.) Academy), Rob O'Gara (Nesconset, N.Y./Milton (Mass.) Academy), Jesse Root (Pittsburgh, Pa./Taft School (Conn.)), Terrence Wallin (Yardley, Pa./The Gunnery (Conn.)), Alex Ward (Burlington, Vt./Deerfield (Mass.) Academy), Nicholas Weberg (Oslo, Norway/Shattuck St. Mary's (Minn.)), Gus Young (Dedham, Mass./Noble and Greenough School (Mass.)) ... UMass-Lowell's Stephen Buco (North Providence, R.I.) and Joe Houk (Richboro, Pa.) each spent time in the Atlantic Junior Hockey League with the Boston Bulldogs and Philadelphia Junior Flyers, respectively, while St. Cloud State's T.J. Belisle (Andover, Minn.) played for the Minnesota Owls of the Minnesota Junior Hockey League before joining the Huskies ... Keith Allain, head coach of the Yale University men's ice hockey team, served as an assistant coach for the U.S. Men's Olympic Ice Hockey Team at the 1992 and 2006 Olympic Winter Games. He was an assistant coach for the U.S. Men's National Team that played in the 1996 and 2004 World Cup of Hockey and on the 2005 and 2006 U.S. Men's Naitonal Teams that competed at the IIHF Men's World Championship. Allain was also head coach of the U.S. National Junior Team at the IIHF World Junior Championship in 2001, 2002 and 2011, winning gold in 2011 ... Bob Motzko, head coach for the St. Cloud State University men's ice hockey team, will serve as assistant coach of the 2014 U.S. National Junior Team that will compete at the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championship in Malmo, Sweden ... Dan Muse, assistant coach of Yale University men's ice hockey team, served as the video coordinator of the 2013 U.S. National Junior Team that won the gold medal at the 2013 IIHF World Junior Championship in Ufa, Russia. Muse will reprise his role with the team in 2014.
Twenty-Five Champions Crowned
at 2013 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships
Youth, Girls, High School, Junior, Women's and Adult
Winners Emerge from Championships Across the Country
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A total of 24 national champions were crowned across the country Sunday (April 7) at the 2013 Toyota-USA Hockey Youth, Girls and Women's National Championships, while on Monday (April 8) the North Iowa Bulls claimed the Junior Tier III National Championship. Title game results are below for all levels.
2013 Toyota-USA Hockey Youth Tier I National Championships -- Pittsburgh, Pa.
LevelChampionRunner-UpScore
14 & UnderDetroit Honey BakedShattuck-St. Mary's3-2 (2ot)
16 & UnderChicago MissionConnecticut Wolf Pack4-3
18 & UnderNeponset Valley (Mass.) River RatsSt. Louis AAA Blues4-3 (ot)
2013 Toyota-USA Hockey Youth Tier II 14 & Under National Championships-- Charlotte, N.C.
LevelChampionRunner-UpScore
1AAtlanta PhoenixNorthern Kentucky Norse6-3
2AAffton (Mo.) AmericansAlaska All Stars7-0
3AOhio 98 SelectsSt. Lawrence Thunder3-2 (ot)
2013 Toyota-USA Hockey Youth Tier II 16 & Under National Championships -- Troy, Mich.
LevelChampionRunner-UpScore
1AGreensboro StarsNashville Jr. Predators5-1
2ATampa ScorpionsAffton (Mo.) CSDHL2-1
3ASouthern Stars (Conn.)St. Clair Shores (Mich.) Saints4-1
2013 Toyota-USA Hockey Youth Tier II 18 & Under National Championships -- Hartford, Conn.
LevelChampionRunner-UpScore
1ACharlotte Jr. CheckersNashville Predators4-2
2AAshburn (Va.) ExtremeFlorida Jr. Panthers5-1
3AAffton (Mo.) CSDHLChicago Bruins3-0
2013 Toyota-USA Hockey Girls’ Tier I National Championships -- San Jose, Calif.
LevelChampionRunner-UpScore
14 & UnderChicago Young AmericansEast Coast Wizards (Mass.)5-4 (3ot)
16 & UnderShattuck-St. Mary'sAssabet Valley Red4-3
19 & UnderAssabet Valley RedChicago Mission1-0
2013 Toyota-USA Hockey Girls’ Tier II National Championships -- San Jose, Calif.
LevelChampionRunner-UpScore
14 & UnderAlaska All StarsConnecticut Ice Cats2-0
16 & UnderVermont ShamrocksPotsdam Icestorm4-1
19 & UnderChazy Lady Flyers (N.Y.)Keweenaw (Mich.) Storm3-2 (2ot)
2013 USA Hockey 30 & Over National Championships -- Tampa, Fla.
LevelChampionRunner-UpScore
30 & Over
Tier I
Buffalo IcemenRockledge7-5
30 & Over
Tier II
Cyclones 30'sBrennick6-3
40 & Over
Tier I
Famous Joe's PizzaSuperior Brick Pavers3-2
40 & Over
Tier II
Cyclones 40'sUnique Air5-4
65 & Over
Tier I
Michigan StingMinnesota Old Timers2-0
65 & Over
Tier II
Silver LeafsIce Holes4-1
2013 USA Hockey Tier III Junior National Championship -- Rochester, Minn.
DivisionChampionRunner-UpScore
Junior Tier IIINorth Iowa BullsTwin Cities Northern Lights6-2

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In addition, the high school and sled national championships were crowned on March 24.
2013 Toyota-USA Hockey High School National Championships
DivisionChampionRunner-UpScore
VarsitySanta Margarita (Calif.)Regis Jesuit (Colo.)4-3 (ot)
The High School Varsity National Championship was held in Coral Springs, Fla., from March 20-24. Santa Margarita (Calif.) claimed the championship with a 4-3 overtime victory over Regis Jesuit (Colo).
2013 Toyota-USA Sled National Championships
DivisionChampionRunner-UpScore
SledSt. Louis BluesSan Antonio Rampage3-1
The Sled National Championship was held in West Chester, Pa., from March 20-24. The St. Louis Blues squad downed the San Antonio Rampage 3-1 to capture the title.

USAHockey.com is the online destination for live scores, stats and standings for all USA Hockey National Championships, along with feature stories and photos. Archived webcasts from the Youth, Girls, Junior Tier III and Women's championships are available at USAHockey.FASTHockey.com.
NOTES: Additional USA Hockey Adult National Championships will be staged later in April. These tournaments will feature five classifications. The Adult 50 & Over and 60 & Over run April 18-21 in Tampa and Ellenton, Fla., while the Women's 30 & Over, 40 & Over and 50 & Over tournaments take place April 25-28 in Tampa and Ellenton, Fla. For the full Adult National Championships schedule, click here.


U.S. Women's National Team Captures Gold Medal With 3-2 Win Over Canada
at 2013 IIHF Women's World Championship 
Amanda Kessel Scores the Game-Winner as Team USA Secures its Fifth World Title
OTTAWA, Ont. – The U.S. Women's National Team captured the gold medal at the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation Women's World Championship with a 3-2 victory over Canada here tonight. Amanda Kessel (Madison, Wis.) scored the game-winning goal in the third period and Team USA finished with a 4-0-1-0 record to secure its fourth gold medal in the last five world championships and fifth overall in tournament history.
"We played a determined style of hockey tonight," said Katey Stone, head coach of the U.S. Women's National Team. "We really showed up and played great, and it paid off - I'm extremely proud of our team."
The U.S. battled hard in the first period, putting up 12 shots to Canada's eight, but the Canadians scored the lone tally of the frame. Courtney Birchard skated the puck into the U.S. zone, wound up and took a slap shot from the top of the right faceoff circle that beat a screened Jessie Vetter (Cottage Grove, Wis.) high to the near side at 9:50.
Brianna Decker (Dousman, Wis.) tied the game at 1-1 midway through the second frame on a partial breakaway in which she drove to the net, cut across the crease and tucked it under Canadian netminder Shannon Szabados' outstretched arm. The United States continued to outwork Canada in the period and drew four consecutive penalties, including a two-man advantage that lasted only 30 seconds before Megan Bozek (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) took a feed from Anne Schleper (St. Cloud, Minn.) at the left point and powered a slap shot past the Canadian goaltender to take a 2-1 lead. Canada evened the score on a power-play tally by Caroline Ouellette, who wired a shot through traffic past a screened Vetter at 18:50.
Kessel gave Team USA the lead in the third period after skating down the right side and firing a wrist shot from the faceoff circle over Szabados' glove at 3:09. The U.S outshot Canada by a 30-16 margin en route to victory.
NOTES: Amanda Kessel was named U.S. Player of the Game ... Kessel, Brianna Decker and Jessie Vetter were named the top-three players for Team USA ... Decker was named to the media all-star team. She tied for the tournament lead with six goals, while totaling eight points to tie for second along with Kessel ... The U.S. was 1-for-6 on the power play, while Canada was 1-for-3 ... FASTHockey offered live streaming of all games during the 2013 IIHF Women's World Championship ... All U.S. tournament content can be found at womensworlds.usahockey.com... Members of the U.S. Women's National Team range in age from 18-31. Lee Stecklein is the youngest player, while Julie Chu is the oldest ... Team USA has won four gold medals and 10 silvers in the 14 previous IIHF Women's World Championships. The U.S. has won four of the last five world championships (2008, 2009, 2011, 2013) ... Joining Katey Stone as assistant coaches for the tournament were Hilary Witt and Bobby Jay ... Robb Stauber served as the goaltending coach and scout, while Bret Hedican was the video coach.
GAME SUMMARY
Scoring By Period
USA021 --3
CAN110 --2



First Period - Scoring: 1, CAN, Birchard (Ouellette, Poulin), 9:50. Penalties: CAN, Larocque (interference), 14:15; USA, Duggan (cross checking), 15:30; USA, Bozek (slashing), 17:01.
Second Period - Scoring: 2, USA, Decker (Coyne), 2:43; 3, USA, Bozek (Schleper, Coyne), 14:26 (5x3pp); 4, CAN, Ouellette (Ward, Poulin), 17:50 (pp). Penalties: CAN, Bonhomme (hooking), 4:55; CAN, Larocque (high sticking), 9:52; CAN, Johnston (body checking), 13:03; CAN, Wickenheiser (elbowing), 13:56; USA, Decker (body checking), 17:43.
Third Period - Scoring: 5, USA, Kessel (Marvin, Vetter), 3:09. Penalties: CAN, Larocque (hooking), 11:48.
Shots By Period123Total
USA1212630
CAN82616
Goaltenders (SH-SV)123Total
USA, Vetter, 60:008-72-16-616-14
CAN, Szabados, 60:0012-1212-106-530-27




Power Play: USA 1-6; CAN 1-3
Penalties: USA 3-6; CAN 6-12
Officials: Referee-Nicole Hertrich (GER); Linesmen-Ilona Novotna (CZE), Zuzana Svobodova-Arazimova (CZE)
Attendance: 13,776
U.S. Women's National Team Schedule & Results
2013 IIHF Women's World Championship • April 2-9 - Ottawa, Ontario(all times ET and subject to change)
DateEventTime (EDT)
Group/
Result
LocationBroadcast
April 2Canada vs. USA7:30 p.m.
L, 2-3 (SO)
Scotiabank PlaceFASTHockey.com
April 3USA vs. Finland3:30 p.m.
W, 4-2
Scotiabank PlaceFASTHockey.com
April 5USA vs. Switzerland3:30 p.m.
W, 5-0
Scotiabank PlaceFASTHockey.com
April 8USA vs. Finland*3:30 p.m.
W, 3-0
Scotiabank PlaceFASTHockey.com
April 9Canada vs. USA^7:30 p.m.
W, 3-2
Scotiabank PlaceFASTHockey.com
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The U.S. patent system was established on this date in 1790.

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Wenatchee, WA. -- Robert Nichols’ teammates have to tread lightly in practice, because the Wenatchee Wild goalie’s competitive side gets the best of him now and again.

Read the rest here.

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The first hotel opened in Hawaii on this date in 1825.

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Bombers tasked with protecting Pierce in 2013.

Copeland named CFL President and COO.

Visit the league's official website at cfl.ca.

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Walter Hunt patented the safety pin on this date in 1849. He sold the rights for $100.

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Tampa, FL. —The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have re-signed reserve quarterback Dan Orlovsky and restructured the contract of cornerback Eric Wright.

Read the rest here.

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Facebook users in the UK can now pay to message their favorite celebrities' Facebook inboxes. Since December, Facebook has charged many users in the U.S. a buck to message strangers' inboxes directly. It was expanded to the UK this week, with some celebs signing on.

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Arlington, TX. -- Just like that, the Rays have lost three straight.

After getting waxed Sunday and having to wear a bad call Monday, Tampa Bay ran into a 24-year-old rookie buzz saw Tuesday night en route to a 6-1 loss to the Rangers at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.

Read the rest here.

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Nine colleges are testing technology that lets professors know whether students are reading their textbooks. CourseSmart allows them to track their students' progress with digital textbooks.

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San Francisco, CA. -- If anything could distract the Giants from Tim Lincecum's inconsistency, it was their stirring comeback Tuesday night against the Colorado Rockies.

Actually, despite his inelegant statistical pitching line, Lincecum performed well enough to keep the Giants competitive. And compete they did, overcoming a four-run deficit to defeat the Colorado Rockies for the second straight game, 9-6.

Read the rest here.

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Police in North Carolina said a guy stole an excavator from a construction site and used it to steal an ATM from a bank kiosk. The suspect used the excavator's claw to knock over the ATM kiosk at the credit union and then used the machine to lift the 2-ton ATM into a waiting vehicle. The man hasn't been caught.

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Here's another egg Daddy!

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You're reading the Johnny Blog. Almost as much fun as still waiting for results from a medical exam, isn't it?

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Today in Elvis History

1916 - Elvis Presley's father, Vernon Elvis Presley, was born. 

1963 - Elvis Presley's movie "It Happened at the World's Fair" opened in the U.S. The movie had premiered in Los Angeles on April 3.

1982 - A live version of Elvis Presley's "Are You Lonesome Tonight" hit #25 in the U.K. The song was recorded on July 31st, 1969. Elvis started laughing during the song.

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NBC is reportedly in talks with Alec Baldwin to join the late-night lineup, likely a 30 minute program.

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Today in Beatles History:

1962 -  Stuart Sutcliffe died of a brain hemorrhage. He is sometimes referred to as the "fifth Beatle".

1970 - Paul McCartney wrote "Paul leaves Beatles" in his diary. The diary was stolen in 1980 by two women visiting McCartney's house while it was being restructured. They returned the diary on May 13, 2003.

1999 - George Michael, Sinead O'Connor, the Pretenders' Chrissie Hynde, and Paul McCartney all performed at the "Here There and Everywhere - A Concert for Linda", a charity tribute to Linda McCartney held at London's Royal Albert Hall.

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Blogger Linda Sharps says when you have kids, it means kissing your clean car goodbye -- forever.

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Today in Sports History:

1916 - The Professional Golfers Association (PGA) held its first championship tournament. 

1947 - Brooklyn Dodgers president Branch Rickey announced that he had purchased the contract of Jackie Robinson from the Montreal Royals. Robinson was the first African-American player of the modern era.

1961 - Gary Player of South Africa became the first foreign golfer to win the Masters Golf Tournament in Augusta, Georgia.

1961 - U.S. President John F. Kennedy threw out the first pitch at Griffith Stadium. The Senators lost to the Chicago White Sox, 4-3

2000 - Ken Griffey Jr. became the youngest player in baseball history to reach 400 home runs. He was 30 years, 141 days old.

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On a personal note, I'm had testing done Monday afternoon for a possible medical problem. Now, I await the results. Your prayers, good thoughts or whatever you'd like to offer up will be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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Coming Up:

Tonight --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Texas Rangers 2:05pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Colorado Rockies 3:45pm EDT

Thursday --

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Chicago Cubs 2:20pm EDT

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning vs Pittsburgh Penguins 7:30pm EDT

Friday --

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Chicago Cubs 2:20pm EDT

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

Nascar Nationwide Series -- O'Reilly Auto Parts 300 at Texas Motor Speedway 8:30pm EDT

Saturday -- 

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Chicago Cubs 1:05pm EDT

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox 1:10pm EDT

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Washington Capitals 7:00pm EDT

Nascar Sprint Cup Series -- NRA 500 at Texas Motor Speedway 7:30pm EDT

Sunday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox 1:35pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Chicago Cubs 2:20pm EDT

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Buffalo Sabres 5:00pm EDT

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That's all for today. Thanks for stopping by, see you tomorrow!

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