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Unfamiliar leader at TPC
Alex Cejka served up more proof Friday that The Players Championship is full of surprises, not only on the devilish TPC Sawgrass, but also on the leaderboard.
Derek Roy’s two goals help Canada reach world championship final
Canada is in a position to get some revenge at the IIHF World Hockey Championship.
Cavaliers crush overmatched Hawks
While the rest of the NBA exchanges elbows, flagrant fouls and menacing stares in the playoffs, the Cleveland Cavaliers are looking for a fight. So far, they can’t find one.
Roughnecks one win from final
The Calgary Roughnecks are a win away from playing host to the National Lacrosse League championship.
Crane dialed in at Players Championship
Ben Crane should have known what was coming when he rolled in a 30-foot birdie putt on the first hole of the day. He kept right on pouring them in until he had a 7-under 65 and a one-shot lead in The Players Championship.
Ochoa takes early lead
A week off did nothing to slow Lorena Ochoa down, and a month away from the game found Lindsey Wright in the same groove she was in before a vacation.
Sports briefs – May 8
Red Deer’s Adrienne White saved one of her best performances of the Cactus Women’s Golf Tour season for the final event of the winter-spring series — the ASU Karsten in Tempe, Ariz.
Capitals looking to avoid another collapse
The Washington Capitals probably knew deep down they wouldn’t win both games in Pittsburgh. That would have been too much to ask, to shut down Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin for two nights on their home ice with the Penguins’ season hanging on every shift.
Canada, Sweden semi set
It’s time to meet “The Monster.” Canada will face Sweden and its highly touted goaltender Jonas Gustavsson in today’s semifinal at the IIHF World Hockey Championship.
Representatives of Jim Balsillie and Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger met Thursday to discuss a Copps Coliseum deal. Balsillie is hoping to buy the bankrupt Phoenix Coyotes and move the NHL team to Hamilton.
All square again
Andrew Ladd had perfect position. When the puck came flying off teammate Dave Bolland’s stick from far away, Ladd was right in front of Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo to tip it in.
Red Wings clip Ducks
Johan Franzen and Marian Hossa each scored twice to help the Detroit Red Wings beat the Anaheim Ducks 6-3 on Thursday night, tying the Western Conference semifinal series at two games each.
MacDonald focused on returning to UFC
Jason MacDonald can identify with the professional athletes who reach the apex of their specific sports and are eventually demoted to the next level.
NHL says it controls Coyotes
The National Hockey League said it has been in control of the Phoenix Coyotes since November and is asking a federal judge to throw out the team’s bankruptcy filing.
Balsillie says nearly 100,000 fans have registered at ’Make It Seven’ website
Jim Balsillie says his quest to bring a seventh NHL club to Canada is receiving “overwhelming support” from Canadian hockey fans.
Lakers even series
Another rough-and-tumble game between the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets turned bloody. This time, though, the Lakers defended their home court.
Canada downs Latvia 4-2
Team Canada Scottie Upshall is stopped by Latvia goalie Edgars Masalskis during second period action at the IIHF Men's World Hockey Championship on Thursday in Bern Switzerland.
Anaheim Ducks defenceman James Wisniewski has been cleared by doctors and released from an Orange County hospital earlier than the team initially expected.
Rebels may lose Kivisto
It appears that defenceman Tommi Kivisto might be ‘Finnish-ed’ with the Red Deer Rebels.
NHL, Coyotes, in court over bankruptcy
PHOENIX — The National Hockey League is planning a showdown in court over the Phoenix Coyotes filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and the proposed sale of the team to BlackBerry boss Jim Balsillie.