Monday, November 11, 2013

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It's Monday. Here's what's happening....


Today is November 11th, the 315th day of 2013. There are 50 days left in the year.


New assistants bring winning experience to Panthers.

Sunday Long Read: Cup champs used down time well.

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Today's Birthdays: Demi Moore (Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, G.I. Jane) is 51; Calista Flockhart (Brothers & Sisters, Ally McBeal) is 49; Leonardo DiCaprio (J. Edgar, Inception) is 39.


Tampa, FL. -- When the Tampa Bay Lightning played their first two games against the Boston Bruins this season, they were a much different team than they are today.

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On this date in 1620, the Mayflower Compact was signed 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."


U.S. Women's National Team Earns 8-1 Victory Over Sweden
in Third-Place Game at 2013 Four Nations Cup
Knight, J. Lamoureux, Stack each score twice; Bozek records four assists
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. - Hilary Knight (Sun Valley, Idaho), Jocelyne Lamoureux (Grand Forks, N.D.) and Kelli Stack (Brooklyn Heights, Ohio) all had two goals, while teammate Megan Bozek (Buffalo Grove, Ill.) tallied four assists to help the U.S. Women's National Team beat Sweden, 8-1, in the third-place game of the 2013 Four Nations Cup here tonight.
"I like where our game has ended up after four games here in Lake Placid," said head coachKatey Stone. "We came out flying today and it won't stop for us here. We're just going to try and get better everyday."
Kate Buesser (Wolfeboro, N.H.) opened the scoring when she picked a corner at 8:38 of the first period. After a faceoff win by the U.S., Monique Lamoureux (Grand Forks, N.D.) fed Buesser with a pass at the top of the left circle, and Buesser quickly fired a shot up and over Sweden goaltender Sara Grahn.
Brianna Decker (Dousman, Wis.) poked home a rebound eight minutes later to give the United States a 2-0 lead. A Michelle Picard (Taunton, Mass.) shot was stopped by Grahn, but the puck sat in the crease until Decker knocked it into the net.
Following a Team Sweden goal late before the first intermission cut the U.S. lead to 2-1, Team USA connected for four second-period tallies -- including three in a span of 1:39 late in the frame -- to grab hold of a sizeable advantage.
Stack's first goal of the game -- a power-play marker at 4:04 of the middle period -- pushed the U.S. advantage to 3-1. Knight then scored on a well-placed shot at 14:58 before Stack and Jocelyne Lamoureux found the back of the net at 15:26 and 16:37, respectively, allowing Team USA to skate into the third period with a 6-1 lead.
Knight and Jocelyne Lamoureux finished the scoring with goals in the final frame.
Molly Schaus (Natick, Mass.) started in goal for the U.S. and made five strong saves in the victory.
For a complete box score, click here.
For information on the Four Nations Cup, including statistics, game recaps and more, click here.
Notes: 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 (
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)W, 8-1FASTHockey

U.S. National Under-17 Clinches Four Nations Tournament Title, Topples Russia, 5-3
Kunin Nets Two; Four Players with Multiple Point Efforts
PRIEVIDZA, Slovakia – Luke Kunin (Chesterfield, Mo.) scored twice and added an assist and four skaters registered multiple points as the U.S. National Under-17 Team defeated Russia, 5-3, here this afternoon at Prievidza Arena. With the win, Team USA clinched its fifth consecutive Under-17 Four Nations Tournament title dating back to 2009.
“We played together as a team throughout the tournament and we’re happy to come away with the title,” said Don Granato, head coach of the U.S. National Under-17 Team. “Our players got invaluable experience that we will utilize moving forward.”
Kunin staked an early lead for Team USA just 58 seconds into the game with an unassisted goal.  Jeremy Bracco (Freeport, N.Y.) put the U.S. up by two markers at 12:58, converting while the U.S. enjoyed a two-man advantage. Noah Hanifin (Norwood, Mass.) and Colin White (Hanover, Mass.) chipped in to earn assists on the play. Russia cut the U.S. lead in half before the period expired, also capitalizing during five-on-three play.
Both teams traded goals in the second stanza. Russia knotted the game at two goals apiece with a power-play tally at 16:41, but Grant Gabriele (Brighton, Mich.) reclaimed the U.S. lead 18 seconds later. White and Bracco recorded assists.
Christian Fischer (Wayne, Ill.) scored what would prove to be the game-winning goal at 8:51 of the third period, teaming up with Kunin and Hanifin. Russia inched closer at 14:59, but was unable to find the equalizer. Kunin secured the victory for the U.S. at 16:39 with his second goal of the contest, and Hanifin added his third assist on the play.
Michael Lackey (Washington, D.C.) stopped 20 shots for Team USA in the win, while Ilya Samsonov made 44 saves for Russia.
The U.S. National Under-17 Team returns to action in the United States Hockey League on Saturday, Nov. 23, when they host the Tri-City Storm. Puck drop is schedule for 7 p.m. EST at the Ann Arbor (Mich.) Ice Cube, home of USA Hockey's National Team Development Program.
NOTES: For today's box score, click here ... The U.S. National Under-17 Team has now won the tournament in five consecutive years (2009-13) ... 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 ... 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
Wed., Nov. 6Slovakia*PrievidzaW, 8-2
Fri., Nov. 8SwitzerlandPrievidzaW, 8-2
Sat., Nov. 9SlovakiaPrievidzaW, 5-2
Sun., Nov. 10RussiaPrievidzaW, 5-3
*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. National Under-18 Team Bests Switzerland, 6-2,
in Four Nations Tournament Finale
Team USA Earns Second Place
TURKU, Finland - Alex Tuch (Baldwinsville, N.Y.) notched two goals and added one assist, as the U.S. National Under-18 Team topped Switzerland, 6-2, here today at Kupittaa Arena. With the win, Team USA finished with a record of 1-1-0-1 (W-OTW-OTL-L) and earned second place at the 2013 Under-18 Four Nations Tournament.
"We put ourselves in a great position to win the tournament by winning today, but came up just a bit short," said Danton Cole, head coach of the U.S. National Under-18 Team. "We improved as the tournament progressed and will take what we learned here and continue to grow as a team."
Switzerland tallied the first goal of the contest at 14:52 of the opening period. Late in the frame, Dylan Larkin (Waterford, Mich.) notched the equalizer for Team USA. Johnathan MacLeod (Dracut, Mass.) and Ryan Hitchcock (Manhasset, N.Y.) helped set up the play to earn assists.
The U.S. seized the lead at 1:16 of the second stanza off a Jack Eichel (North Chelmsford, Mass.) breakaway goal. Sonny Milano (Massapequa, N.Y.) recorded the lone helper. Tuch gave Team USA a two-goal advantage, sending home a loose rebound in the crease at 12:55. Ryan Wagner (Park Ridge, Ill.) and MacLeod assisted on the score. Less than two minutes later, Tuch struck again to give the U.S. a 4-1 lead entering the final frame.
Shane Gersich (Chaska, Minn.) wristed a shot into the net at 3:23 of the third period for Team USA's fifth goal. Dylan Pavelek (Marysville, Mich.) collected an assist. Milano pushed the lead to five goals at 6:53. Tuch and Eichel registered assists on the play. The Swiss answered right back on the power play, but the U.S. lead proved insurmountable.
The U.S. National Under-18 Team returns home next weekend (Nov. 15-16) to face the United States Hockey League's Green Bay Gamblers. Both games will be held at the Ann Arbor (Mich.) Ice Cube at 7 p.m. EST.
NOTES: For today's box score, click here ... Jack Eichel was named Team USA's best player ... 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 ... 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
Wed., Nov. 6Finland*PaimioL, 5-4
Fri., Nov. 8SwedenKupittaaL, 3-2
Sat., Nov. 9FinlandKupittaaW, 4-3 (OT)
Sun., Nov. 10SwitzerlandKupittaaW, 6-2
*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 off the ice.

U.S. Junior Select Team Wins World Junior A Challenge;
Beats Russia 4-1 in Championship Game
Nick Schmaltz Named Tournament MVP with 12 Points in Four Games
YARMOUTH, Nova Scotia - The U.S. Junior Select Team captured the World Junior A Challenge championship by defeating Russia, 4-1, today at Mariners Centre. Kyle Connor (Shelby Twp., Mich.) broke a 1-1 tie in the final seconds of the second stanza and the U.S. tacked on two more goals in the third period.
Team USA has won five of the last six World Junior A Challenges (2008-10, '12-13).

"We're thrilled to win this tournament," said Derek Lalonde, head coach of the U.S. Junior Select Team. We stayed focused all week and kept it up today. I thought the difference was our depth. We wore Russia down, especially on our second goal. Then I thought we managed the third period very well."
Karson Kuhlman (Cloquet, Minn.) scored his fourth goal of the tournament at 17:00 of the first period to put Team USA ahead 1-0.
Russia tied the game 1-1 with a tally at 14:07 of the middle frame.
The U.S. reclaimed the lead for good when Connor lit the lamp with 14 seconds left in the period. Helpers went to Nick Schmaltz (Verona, Wis.) and Connor Hurley (Eagan, Minn.), who led the tournament in assists with eight and seven, respectively.
Team USA sewed up the championship in the third period with goals by Andrew Oglevie(Fullerton, Calif.) at 8:28 and C.J. Franklin (Forest Lake, Minn.) at 13:12.
Goaltender Cal Petersen (Waterloo, Iowa) stopped 16 of the 17 shots he faced. Russia Maxim Tretiak had 25 saves.
NOTES: For the box score, photos and video click here ... Team USA has won a record nine straight games at the World Junior A Challenge, dating back to its third-place game victory in 2011 ... Nick Schmaltz was named MVP of the tournament. He set the tournament record for points (12), while tying the event record for assists (8). He also tied the single-game record for points (5) when he tallied two goals and three assists vs. Switzerland in the semifinals ... The all-tournament team included forwards Nick SchmaltzConnor Hurley and defenseman Neal Pionk (Hermantown, Minn.). Hurley was second in the tournament with 10 points (3-7). Pionk had a pair of assists ... The U.S. captain was Dennis Kravchenko (San Clemente, Calif.), while the alternate captains were C.J. Franklin and Karson Kuhlman ... The World Junior A Challenge completed its eighth year and the United States competed for the seventh time … Team USA has won five of the last five tournaments (2008-10, '12-13) … The 2013 field included Canada East, Canada West, Czech Republic, Russia, Switzerland and the United States … The official event website is available here ... 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 ... 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 areAnthony 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).

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2013 World Junior A ChallengeNov. 4-10 • Yarmouth, N.S. • Mariners Centre
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 CentreW, 4-1

U.S. Men's Select Team Captures Deutschland Cup Title
with 7-4 Victory Over Germany
Championship is Team USA's third in Deutschland Cup history
MUNICH, Germany - The U.S. Men's Select Team received goals from seven players and 23 saves from goaltender Ryan Zapolski (Erie, Pa.) as it skated past Germany, 7-4, in the final game of the 2013 Deutschland Cup here today.
The win clinched the tournament title for the United States, which also won the event in 2003 and 2004.
"We're very happy to win a championship for USA Hockey," said head coach Jack Parker. "Obviously, we're very happy with how the team played this weekend and how we hung together after being behind in both the Saturday and Sunday games. Credit to the people who put this team together, because it was just an unbelievable group of players. Today, we made a few adjustments after they were up, 2-0, and everyone contributed to the comeback. It was really a great day for this team, and to win this tournament after only being together for a few days, it's a great accomplishment."
The Germans jumped to a 2-0 lead in the first 3:22 of the contest. Following a Team USA timeout, Jeremy Dehner (Madison, Wis.) scored with an assist from Chris Connolly (Duluth, Minn.) at 10:14 to pull the U.S. within a goal at the first intermission.
After a Team Germany goal at 1:14 of the second, Grant Lewis (Pittsburgh, Pa.) made it 3-2 just 23 seconds later. Peter Mueller (Bloomington, Minn.) then tied the score on a power play at 3:55 with assists from Clay Wilson (Fridley, Minn.) and Nick Bailen (Fredonia, N.Y.), but the Germans scored soon after to regain the lead.
The U.S. rallied, and Chad Kolarik (Abington, Pa.) found the back of the net at 14:14 to knot the score, 4-4, before Pete MacArthur (Clifton Park, N.Y.) put the United States in front for good at 18:53.
Steve Moses (Leominster, Mass.) and Phil McRae (Minneapolis, Minn.) both scored third-period tallies to give Team USA a 7-4 victory.
Kolarik, Wilson and Dan Sexton (Apple Valley, Minn.) all finished with three points to pace all U.S. skaters in the contest. Mueller and Tim Stapleton (La Grange, Ill.) both collected five points in the three-game tournament to tie for the scoring lead, while Wilson's four-point effort in the Deutschland Cup made him the highest-scoring blue-liner in the event.
2013 U.S. Men's Select Team - Deutschland CupNov. 8-10, 2013 - Munich, Germany
Fri., Nov. 8SlovakiaMunichL, 3-4 (SO)
Sat., Nov. 9SwitzerlandMunichW, 5-4
Sun., Nov. 10GermanyMunichW, 7-4
Notes: For tonight's complete box score, click here ... For complete coverage surrounding the U.S. Men's Select Team, visit 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.


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


OT Thriller: LeFevour punches Ticats' ticket to Toronto.

Riding to Calgary: Durant leads Riders to Western Semi win.

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THANK YOUR VETERANS - Today is Veterans Day.


Regina, SK. -Corey Chamblin had seen this all before.

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Next up for the Riders is the Western Final at Calgary against the Stampeders, on Sunday, November 17th. Kickoff on 620CKRM,, the Rider Radio Network, TSN and NBCSN is set for 4:30pm EST.


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


Tampa, FL. — Greg Schiano dropped about 15 pounds in the offseason by exercising more and watching what he ate. But after the Bucs' 27-24 overtime defeat to the Seahawks on Nov. 3 that dropped Tampa Bay to 0-8, the only losing the coach could stop was his weight.

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Claiming that customers demand being able to get away from their families and shop earlier, Best Buy will now open at 6 PM on Thanksgiving. A Best Buy spokeswoman says: "Last year customers clearly showed that they wanted to be out shopping much earlier on Thanksgiving."


Corvallis, OR. -- A reader wrote in this week and said we — Oregon State football writer Kevin Hampton and I — need to start “telling it the way it is” and that “OSU football has no running game and won’t be competitive until it develops one.”

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In the tightly-guarded communist nation of North Korea, a new attraction for locals has recently opened. The Munsu Water Park is the first water park in North Korea, in Pyongyang.


Can I touch the lizard please?


You're reading the Johnny Blog. Almost as much fun as watching the Riders win, isn't it?


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.


A man on the run from authorities in Japan was found curled up in an unusual location. After receiving a tip that he might be in his girlfriend's apartment, police searched high and low. Eventually they found him hiding inside the shell of an old-school floor model television. The girlfriend was also arrested since cops had to unscrew the back of the TV case to get to him.


Today in Beatles History:

1970 - 
Lee Starkey was born. She was the third child of Ringo and Maureen Starkey.

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.


Thor: The Dark World thorpedoed its competition at the box office over the weekend, bringing in over $86 million.


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.


Miley Cyrus twerked and toked at the European version of MTV's VMAs -- puffing a fat joint on live TV Sunday night while accepting the award for Best Video.


AVONDALE, Ariz. -- Don't bet against Kyle Busch when he races at Phoenix.

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Kate Smith first sang Irving Berlin's "God Bless America" on network radio on this date in 1938.


AVONDALE, Ariz. -- Jimmie Johnson survived a close call and a succession of less-than-stellar restarts.

Matt Kenseth couldn't overcome handling problems that kept his car mired in traffic.

And Kevin Harvick, meanwhile, took advantage of Carl Edwards' fuel shortage to win his fourth race of the season in Sunday's AdvoCare 500 at Phoenix International Raceway, keeping alive his faint hopes of winning the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series championship in his final season with Richard Childress Racing.

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Coming Up:

Tonight --

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

NFL Football -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Miami Dolphins 8:40pm 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)


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

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