Saturday, November 9, 2013

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Today is November 9th, the 313th day of 2013. There are 52 days left in the year.

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Could Chelios return to play with sons?


WATCH: Hall of Fame inductees receive rings.


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

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The "Atlantic Monthly" first appeared on newsstands on this date in 1857 and featured the first installment of "The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table" by Oliver Wendell Holmes.

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Tampa, FL. -- The Tampa Bay Lightning and Detroit Red Wings last met in 2011, a 4-2 Red Wings victory at Joe Louis Arena. The new Atlantic Division rivals play five times this season.

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U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt left for Panama to see the progress on the new canal on this date in 1906. It was the first foreign trip by a U.S. president.

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U.S. National Under-17 Defeats Switzerland
in Four Nations Tournament Opener, 8-2
Kirwan Posts Five Points; White Registers Four Points; Yan Notches Three
Prievidza, Slovakia – Luke Kirwan (Dewitt, N.Y.) scored one goal and added four assists,Colin White (Hanover, Mass.) registered two goals and two assists and Dennis Yan (Troy, Mich.) potted a goal and two assists, as the U.S. National Under-17 Team downed Switzerland, 8-2, here this evening at Prievidza Arena.
"Tonight was a good first effort and we're happy to get the win against a tough Switzerland squad," said Don Granato, head coach of the U.S. National Under-17 Team. "Moving forward, we'll have to focus on playing a more disciplined, well-rounded game."
White notched the first two goals of the game at 1:42 and 6:12 of the opening frame. Kirwan and Casey Fitzgerald (North Reading, Mass.) assisted on the first tally, while Jeremy Bracco(Freeport, N.Y.) and Kirwan chipped in on the second score. Bracco put the U.S. up, 3-0, at 8:05, combining with Kirwan and Caleb Jones (Frisco, Texas). Switzerland struck while on a two-man advantage with eight seconds left in the period, but Team USA held the 3-1 lead heading into the first intermission.
Team USA registered four goals in the second stanza to distance itself from Switzerland. Kirwan scored his first goal and registered his third point of the night at 7:43. White picked up his third point with an assist on the play. Yan tallied his first point with a goal just 27 seconds later, putting the U.S. up, 5-1. Charles McAvoy (Long Beach, N.Y.) earned a helper on Yan's goal. The Swiss answered with another five-on-three goal at 12:38, but Jack Roslovic(Columbus, Ohio) hooked up with Jordan Greenway (Potsdam, N.Y.) and Yan at 16:10 to restake the four-goal lead for the U.S. Brendan Warren (Carleton, Mich.) found the back of the net two minutes later to extend Team USA's lead, 7-2. Michael Floodstrand (Hinsdale, Ill.) and Yan were credited with assists on the seventh goal.
McAvoy scored the only goal of the final frame, putting the U.S. ahead, 8-2, at 2:40, with White and Kirwan again factoring in on the play.
Michael Lackey (Washington, D.C.) stopped 13 shots in the win for Team USA, while Joren Van Pottelberghe turned aside 34 shots for Switzerland in the loss.
The U.S. National Under-17 Team continues tournament play tomorrow (Nov. 9), versus Slovakia. The game will be held at Prievidza Arena at 11 a.m. EST.
NOTES: For tonight's box score, click here ... The U.S. National Under-17 Team is looking to successfully defend its title at the U17 Four Nations Tournament, having claimed first place in four consecutive years (2009-12) ... Follow @USAHockeyScores on Twitter for scoring updates during the Four Nations Tournament. Scores will be designated with the #4NationsU17hashtag ... For the official U17 Four Nations Tournament page, click here ... For additional coverage, visit USA Hockey's National Team Development Program website and Facebook page... The U.S. National Under-17 and Under-18 Teams train with The Hockey IntelliGym, a revolutionary software program released on October 1, 2010 that trains hockey sense. To learn more, visit USAHockeyIntelliGym.com ... For the complete U.S. National Under-17 Team roster, click here.
2013 U.S. National Under-17 Team Four Nations Tournament Schedule
Nov. 6-10, 2013 • Prievidza, Slovakia
DateOpponentLocationTime (Local/EST)
Wed., Nov. 6Slovakia*PrievidzaW, 8-2
Fri., Nov. 8SwitzerlandPrievidzaW, 8-2
Sat., Nov. 9SlovakiaPrievidza5:00 p.m./11:00 a.m.
Sun., Nov. 10RussiaPrievidza2:30 p.m./8:30 a.m.
*Pre-tournament game
ABOUT THE NTDP: In 1996, USA Hockey launched a new initiative called the National Team Development Program, based in Ann Arbor, Mich. Celebrating its 17th season of play in 2013-14, the goal of this full-time development program is to prepare student-athletes under the age of 18 for participation on U.S. National Teams and success in their future hockey careers. Its efforts focus not only on high-caliber participation on the ice, but creating well-rounded individuals of the ice.


U.S. Men's Select Team Falls to Slovakia, 4-3, in
Opening Game of 2013 Deutschland Cup 
Mueller records two points; Sexston, Stapleton score one goal each
MUNICH, Germany - Peter Mueller (Bloomington, Minn.) scored a goal and added an assist, while Dan Sexston (Apple Valley, Minn.) and Tim Stapleton (La Grange, Ill.) chipped in a goal each, but the U.S. Men's Select Team fell to Slovakia, 4-3, in a shootout here tonight.
"In general, I was pleased with how hard we played and how smart we played," said head coach Jack Parker. "It was the tale of two games. We played very well in the first two periods. We managed the puck very well and had some very good opportunities where we could have increased our lead. The third period we started a bit back on our heels and then took a couple penalties. They were able to score a couple goals on the power play and that was the difference."
The United States scored twice before the 10-minute mark of the opening period. Sexston converted for the game's first goal at 4:48 with help from Chris Connolly (Duluth, Minn.) andRyan Shannon (Darien, Conn.). Mueller set up Stapleton for a power-play tally three minutes later to give the U.S. a 2-0 advantage at the end of the first period.
The score stayed the same until Mueller broke through for an even-strength marker at 14:57 of the middle frame. Chris Bourque (Boston, Mass.) registered the lone assist on the play. Slovakia's Michal Sersen struck for a goal on a power play at 18:28 to cut the Team USA lead to 3-1 at the second intermission.
Sersen connected for his second power-play goal -- this time on a two-man advantage -- at 13:51 of the third period, and then Marcel Hossa scored at 17:28 to force overtime.
Neither team was able to end the game in the extra session, and Mueller, Stapleton and Shannon were all stopped in the shootout before Branko Radivojevic beat U.S. goaltenderRyan Zapolski (Erie, Pa.) to clinch the victory for Slovakia.
Zapolski finished with 31 saves, while counterpart Jan Laco turned away 32 of 35 U.S. shots.
The U.S. Men's Select Team will play its second game of the 2013 Deutschland Cup tomorrow (Nov. 9) at 1:45 p.m. ET. against Switzerland.
2013 U.S. Men's Select Team - Deutschland CupNov. 8-10, 2013 - Munich, Germany
DateOpponentLocationTime/Result
Fri., Nov. 8SlovakiaMunichL, 3-4 (SO)
Sat., Nov. 9SwitzerlandMunich1:45 p.m. ET
Sun., Nov. 10GermanyMunich10:45 a.m. ET
Notes: For tonight's complete box score, click here ... For complete coverage surrounding the U.S. Men's Select Team, visit USAHockey.com or follow @USAHockeyScores on Twitter ... The U.S. roster includes 12 forwards, seven defensemen and two goaltenders ... The Deutschland Cup has been held each year since 1987 and in 2013 features teams from Germany, Slovakia, Switzerland and the United States ... Team USA has previously participated in the Deutschland Cup on seven occasions (2002-05, 2007, 2009, 2011). The U.S. won the tournament in 2003 and 2004, garnered second-place finishes in 2007 and 2009 and finished third in 2005 ... For the complete U.S. Men's Select Team roster, click here.


U.S. National Under-18 Team Edged by Sweden, 3-2, in Opening Game at Four Nations Tournament
Eichel Notches Both Goals for Team USA
TURKU, Finland. - Jack Eichel (North Chelmsford, Mass.) notched two goals, but the U.S. National Under-18 Team was edged by Sweden, 3-2, here this evening at Kupittaa Arena. The game opened the 2013 Under-18 Four Nations Tournament.
"Overall the team played very well and dominated most of the game, but the 5-on-3 goal in the third period proved costly," said Danton Cole, head coach of the U.S. National Under-18 Team. "We'll get right back to work, regroup and focus on tomorrow's game against Finland."
Sweden tallied the lone goal of the opening period at 15:52. Team USA fired five shots on net in the frame, but didn't score and entered intermission down 1-0.
Eichel knotted the game, 1-1, at 7:40 of the second stanza. The power-play strike was assisted on by Brandon Fortunato (North Hills, N.Y.). Sweden regained its lead, 2-1, potting a goal at 17:28.
Eichel's second goal tied the game once more, when he found the back of the net at 8:11 of the third period. Sonny Milano (Massapequa, N.Y.) and Alex Tuch (Baldwinsville, N.Y.) registered assists on the tally. The U.S. was whistled for back-to-back penalties midway through the frame and Sweden capitalized on the ensuing 5-on-3 for the eventual game-winning goal.
Edwin Minney (Wind Gap, Pa.) kicked out 25 shots in the loss for Team USA, while Linus Soderstrom made 19 saves in the victory for Sweden.
The U.S. National Under-18 Team will continue tournament play against Finland tomorrow (Nov. 9) at 10 a.m. EST. The game will be held at Kupittaa Arena.
NOTES: For today's box score, click here ... Jack Eichel was named Team USA's best player ... The U.S. National Under-18 Team seeks to continue its streak at the U18 Four Nations Tournament after claiming five straight titles from 2008-12 ... Follow @USAHockeyScores on Twitter for scoring updates during the Four Nations Tournament. Scores will be designated with the #4NationsU18 hashtag ... For the official U18 Four Nations Tournament page, clickhere ... For additional coverage, visit USA Hockey's National Team Development Programwebsite and Facebook page ... The U.S. National Under-17 and Under-18 Teams train with The Hockey IntelliGym, a revolutionary software program released on October 1, 2010 that trains hockey sense. To learn more, visit USAHockeyIntelliGym.com ... For the complete U.S. National Under-18 Team roster, click here.
2013 U.S. National Under-18 Team Four Nations Tournament Schedule
Nov. 6-10, 2013 • Turku, Finland
DateOpponentLocationTime / Result
Wed., Nov. 6Finland*PaimioL, 5-4
Fri., Nov. 8SwedenKupittaaL, 3-2
Sat., Nov. 9FinlandKupittaa10:00 a.m. EST
Sun., Nov. 10SwitzerlandKupittaa6:00 a.m. EST
*Pre-tournament game
ABOUT THE NTDP: In 1996, USA Hockey launched a new initiative called the National Team Development Program, based in Ann Arbor, Mich. Celebrating its 17th season of play in 2013-14, the goal of this full-time development program is to prepare student-athletes under the age of 18 for participation on U.S. National Teams and success in their future hockey careers. Its efforts focus not only on high-caliber participation on the ice, but creating well-rounded individuals of the ice.


U.S. Women's National Team Loses to Finland, 3-1,
at 2013 Four Nations Cup
Bozek records power-play goal; Team USA outshoots Finland, 59-16
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. - Despite a power-play goal by Megan Bozek (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) and a 59-16 lead in shots on net, the U.S. Women's National Team fell to Finland, 3-1, in the final game of pool play at the Four Nations Cup here tonight. Team USA will play Sweden tomorrow (Nov. 9) at 3:30 p.m. ET in the third-place game
"I thought our team played great," said head coach Katey Stone. "Obviously we're pretty disappointed with the result, but their goaltender stood on her head. The kids stayed together and there wasn't any quit on our bench. That's the best I've seen us play, despite the result. We'll regroup and come out with the same determination tomorrow against Sweden."
After a scoreless first period, two goals in a nine-second span gave Finland a 2-0 lead early in the middle frame. The United States didn't lose its focus following the goals, and found a way to create steady offensive chances.
The pressure in the Finland zone eventually led to back-to-back penalties on the Finnish team, and the U.S. was able to capitalize. One minute into the five-on-three advantage, Team USA's power play worked the puck to Bozek at the point. She gathered a Hilary Knight (Sun Valley, Idaho) pass and unloaded a slapshot that made its way through traffic and past Finnish goaltender Noora Raty at 13:45 to pull the United States within one.
The U.S. squad continued to press, putting a total of 28 pucks on net in the second period, but Raty stood tall and helped Finland get to the second intermission up, 2-1.
Team USA had several opportunities to knot the score in the final 20 minutes, but a Jenni Hiirikoski marker at 10:35 off a U.S. skate in front of goaltender Jessie Vetter (Cottage Grove, Wis.) proved to be too much to overcome.
Bozek finished with a game-high 11 shots, while teammates Knight and Kendall Coyne (Palos Heights, Ill.) both recorded nine. Vetter turned away 13 Finland attempts on goal.
For a complete box score, click here.
For more information on the Four Nations Cup, including how to obtain tickets, click here.
Notes: All games of the Four Nations Cups are being broadcast on FASTHockey.com ... For more information on the Bring on the World Tour, including ticket information for Tour events and the entire Tour schedule, click here ... The U.S. Women’s National Team is training together at The Edge Sports Center in Bedford. Mass., and participating in the Tour and various competitions in the build-up to the 2014 Olympic Winter Games ... The final 2014 U.S. Olympic Women’s Ice Hockey Team, which will include 18 forwards/defensemen and three goaltenders, will be announced during the second intermission of the NHL Winter Classic on Jan. 1, 2014, in Ann Arbor, Mich., live on NBC ... Follow the U.S. Women's National Team throughout its journey to Sochi by following @USAHockey on Twitter or by liking U.S. Women's National Hockey Team on Facebook.
For more information, contact Rob Koch (robk@usahockey.org)
2013 Four Nations Cup - Team USA ScheduleNov. 5-9 - Lake Placid, N.Y. - Olympic Center
DateOpponentTime/ResultLive Streaming
Tues., Nov. 5SwedenW, 10-0FASTHockey
Wed., Nov. 6CanadaL, 2-4FASTHockey
Fri., Nov. 8FinlandL, 1-3FASTHockey
Sat., Nov. 9Sweden (Third-Place Game)3:30 p.m. ETFASTHockey



U.S. Junior Select Team Beats Switzerland, 7-4,in Semifinals of World Junior A Challenge
Team USA Reaches Title Game for Fifth Time in Six Years
YARMOUTH, Nova Scotia – Nick Schmaltz (Verona, Wis.) and Connor Hurley (Eagan, Minn.) posted two goals apiece to help the U.S. Junior Select Team beat Switzerland, 7-4, in the semifinals of the World Junior A Challenge. The defending champion, Team USA faces Russia in the title game at 11 a.m. ET on Sunday (Nov. 10).
Schmaltz also added three assists tonight, tying the event record for points in a game (5). In three contests, he has four goals and seven assists for 11 points, which equals the single tournament record.
“I’m really happy with how we responded tonight after trailing in the second period,” saidDerek Lalonde, head coach of the U.S. Junior Select Team. “It was important for our best players to be our best players. Nick Schmaltz and Connor Hurley stepped up and they have been very good all week. Russia will be tough in the title game. We played them earlier in the tournament and we need to use our speed and be disciplined to have success.”

C.J. Franklin (Forest Lake, Minn.) opened the scoring 11:56 into the first period, faking forehand and sliding the puck into the net on his backhand.

Switzerland converted on a two-man advantage with 53 seconds left in the first period to tie the game 1-1.

For the first time of the tournament, Team USA trailed when the Swiss took a 2-1 lead at 4:19 of the second stanza.

The U.S. responded by scoring the next five goals. On a power play, Schmaltz buried a cross-crease feed from Hurley at 6:55. Matthew Weis (Madison, N.J.) notched the go-ahead goal three minutes later when he stripped the puck from the Swiss goaltender and tucked it inside the post. Hurley scored on a Schmaltz pass at 16:37 to make it 4-2 after 40 minutes.
Thirty-four seconds into the third period, Dennis Kravchenko (San Clemente, Calif.) continued Team USA’s goal spree. Hurley made it 6-2 with a power-play goal at 2:31.
Following a Switzerland goal at 8:34, Schmaltz tallied on the man-advantage at 10:02 for his fifth point of the game.
The Swiss capped the scoring with 6:24 left on the clock.
Cal Petersen (Waterloo, Iowa) made 15 saves in the U.S. net, while Maxim Mauerhofer stopped 30-of-37 shots for Switzerland.

Team USA will play Russia in the championship game Sunday at 11 a.m. The U.S. beat Russia in the preliminary round, 8-3. The game will be streamed live at FASTHockey.com. Those interested in watching should sign up for a free account in advance atUSAHockey.FASTHockey.com.

NOTES: For tonight's box score, click here ... Team USA's captain is Dennis Kravchenko (San Clemente, Calif.), while the alternate captains are C.J. Franklin (Forest Lake, Minn.) andKarson Kuhlman (Cloquet, Minn.) ... The World Junior A Challenge is in its eighth year and the United States is competing for the seventh time … Team USA has won four of the last five tournaments (2008-10, '12) … The 2013 field includes Canada East, Canada West, Czech Republic, Russia, Switzerland and the United States … The official event website is availablehere ... All players on the U.S. roster, which includes 13 forwards, seven defenseman and two goaltenders, compete in the United States Hockey League. For the complete roster, click here … The 22 players represent 10 states. Eight players hail from Minnesota, while Michigan has four players and California and New Jersey have two apiece. Other states include Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Missouri, South Dakota and Wisconsin ... Two players on the roster are eligible for the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, including goaltender Chris Birdsall (Glen Rock, N.J.) and forward Kyle Connor (Shelby Twp, Mich.) ... All 22 players are verbally committed to attend NCAA Division I hockey programs in the future ... Thirteen USHL teams are represented. Leading the way are the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, Dubuque Fighting Saints, Green Bay Gamblers and Sioux Falls Stampede, which have three players each ... Derek Lalonde (Brasher Falls, N.Y.), head coach and general manager of the USHL's Green Bay Gamblers, is the head coach for the 2013 U.S. Junior Select Team ... The assistant coaches are Anthony Noreen(Chicago, Ill.) and Mark Abalan (Green Bay, Wis.). Noreen is the head coach and general manager for the USHL's Youngstown Phantoms, while Abalan is an assistant coach for the USHL's Sioux City Musketeers. Additional team staff includes Team Manager Marc Boxer(Colorado Springs, Colo.) of USA Hockey, Equipment Manager Darrin Flinchem (Indianapolis, Ind.) of the Indiana Ice, Athletic Trainer Steve Bagus (Oak Lawn, Ill.) of the Chicago Steel and Team Physician Dr. Alan Ashare (Boston, Mass).

For more information contact, Matt Trevor (mattT@usahockey.org)

2013 World Junior A ChallengeNov. 4-10 • Yarmouth, N.S. • Mariners Centre
DateOpponentVenueTime/ResultLive Streaming
Sat., Nov. 2Canada West (ex.)Digby ArenaW, 4-3
Tues., Nov. 5RussiaMariners CentreW, 8-3
Wed., Nov. 6Canada EastMariners CentreW, 4-2
Fri., Nov. 8Semifinal: SwitzerlandMariners CentreW, 7-4
Sun., Nov. 10Championship: RussiaMariners Centre11 a.m. ETusahockey.fasthockey.com


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George Claude of Paris, France, applied for a patent on neon advertising signs on this date in 1911.

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Dunk: O-line rarin’; Ellingson returning.

Keeping it Cool: Lions willing to weather the storm.

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

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Major Robert White flew an X-15 rocket plane at a world record speed of 4,093 mph on this date in 1961.

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Regina, SK. -Closed practices and cliché answers to questions as teams – especially the Roughriders – aren’t going to give the B.C. Lions anything to either post on their bulletin board or help game plan in the meetings.

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Next up for the Riders is the Western Semifinal at home against the BC Lions. Kickoff on 620CKRM, 620ckrm.com, the Rider Radio Network, TSN and ESPN3.com is set for 4:30pm EST.

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The great Northeast blackout occurred on this date in 1965 as several states and parts of Canada were hit by a series of power failures lasting up to 13 1/2 hours.

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Tampa, FL. — Although their records are uninspiring, the Miami Dolphins and Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been all over the news this season -- for all the wrong reasons.

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A Saturn V rocket carrying an unmanned Apollo spacecraft blasted off from Cape Kennedy on a successful test flight on this date in 1967.

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Corvallis, OR. -- Oregon State redshirt junior volleyball setter Tayla Woods and sophomore football offensive lineman Issac Seumalo have been named to the Capital One Academic All-District 8 First Teams for volleyball and football, it was announced on Thursday.

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The United Nations Security Council unanimously called upon Iran to release all American hostages "without delay" on this date in 1979. Militants, mostly students had taken 63 Americans hostage at the U.S. embassy in Tehran, Iran, on November 4.

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St. Petersburg, FL. -- The "Next Great Thing" showed up midway through the Rays' season in the form of Wil Myers, and somehow, the rookie outfielder managed to live up to his lofty expectations.

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The Internation Monetary Fund approved a $5.8 billion load to India on this date in 1981. It was the highest loan to date.

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The Spidermen check out a dinosaur.

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You're reading the Johnny Blog. Almost as much fun as waiting for your friend to come visit, isn't it?

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Today in Elvis History

1957 - Elvis Presley's single "Jailhouse Rock" hit #1 in the U.S. and it's b-side "Treat Me Nice" hit #27.


1957 - Elvis Presley's song "Party," the b-side to "Got A Lot O' Livin' To Do," hit #17 in the U.K.

1961 - Elvis Presley's single "(Marie's The Name) His Latest Flame/Little Sister" hit #1 in the U.K.

1961 - Elvis Presley's album "Something For Everyone" hit #2 in the U.K.

1962 - Elvis Presley completed his work on "It Happened at the World's Fair" and traveled to Las Vegas.

1996 - The album "Presley - The All Time Greats" hit #32 in the U.K.

2010 - "Viva Elvis - The Album" was released. It was the companion album to the Cirque de Soleil Las Vegas extravaganza.

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On this date in 1984, a bronze statue titled "Three Servicemen," by Frederick Hart, was unveiled at the site of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC.

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Today in Beatles History:

1961 - 
Brian Epstein saw the Beatles play for the first time at a Cavern Club lunchtime session.


1966 - John Lennon met Yoko Ono for the first time at an Indica Gallery in London's West End.

1967 - The first issue of Rolling Stone was published in San Francisco. John Lennon was on the cover.

1996 - The Beatles release of "Anthology Volume 2" hit #4 in the U.K.

2001 - It was reported that George Harrison was in a hospital and he was being treated with an experimental drug used for cancer and brain tumors.

2004 - Ringo Starr's "Anthology-So Far" was released.


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PBS aired its documentary special "Chihuly Over Venice" on this date in 1998.

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Today in Sports History:

1861 - The first documented Canadian football game took place at the University of Toronto. 

1952 - Maurice "The Rocket" Richard became the NHL's leading goal scorer with his 325th career goal. He later sent the puck to Britain's Queen Elizabeth.

1953 - The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a 1922 ruling that major league baseball did not come within the scope of federal antitrust laws.

1961 - The Professional Golfer's Association (PGA) eliminated its "caucasians only" rule.

1965 - Willie Mays was named the National League Most Valuable Player.

1971 - The NHL announced that it had granted a franchise to Atlanta.

1972 - John Bucyk (Boston Bruins) scored his 1,000th NHL point.

1982 - Sugar Ray Leonard retired from boxing. In 1984 Leonard came out of retirement to fight one more time before becoming a boxing commentator for NBC.

1984 - Larry Bird and Dr J. got into a fight during a game. They were both fined $7,500.

1991 - Roman Anderson (Houston Cougars) became the first player in NCAA history to surpass 400 points when he kicked a 32-yard field goal.


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U.S. First Lady Laura Bush officially reopened Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House to pedestrians on this date in 2004.

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Coming Up:

Tonight --

Nascar Nationwide Series -- Servicemaster 200 at Phoenix International Raceway 4:00pm EST (Final race of season)

USPHL Empire Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Florida Eels 5:15pm EST

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Detroit Red Wings 7:00pm EST

USPHL Elite Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors vs Florida Eels 8:00pm EST

Sunday --

Nascar Sprint Cup Series -- Advocare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway 3:00pm EST

CFL Playoff Football -- Saskatchewan Roughriders vs BC Lions 4:30pm EST (Western Semifinal)

Monday --

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Boston Bruins 1:00pm EST

NFL Football -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Miami Dolphins 8:25pm EST

Tuesday --

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Montreal Canadiens 7:30pm EST

Wednesday --

Nothin' Doin'

Thursday --

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning vs Anaheim Ducks 7:30pm EST

Friday --

Nothin' Doin'

Saturday --

NHL Hockey -- Tampa Bay Lightning at Phoenix Coyotes 8:00pm EST

College Football -- Oregon State Beavers at Arizona State Sun Devils 9:30pm EST

Sunday --

Nascar Sprint Cup Series -- Ford Ecoboost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway 3:00pm EST (Final race of season)

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

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