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Gay sets scoring mark
Brian Gay put on a record-setting show at the Verizon Heritage. And this time, he didn’t have to share the spotlight with anyone.
Iceman’s career melts away
There was history aplenty at UFC 97. Mauricio (Shogun) Rua knocked Chuck (The Iceman) Liddell out of the UFC, Anderson Silva set a record for most wins in the Octagon and looked bad doing it, and Dana White went though a news conference without dropping a single F-Bomb.
Franchitti wins at Long Beach
Dario Franchitti used fuel strategy and a very fast car Sunday to win the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach.
Eye opening action
Jordan Hemstad of the Red Deer Midget B team #2 breaks in on the Kneehill Bulldogs goaltender during lacrosse action at the Kin City Arenas in Red Deer on Sunday
Sports briefs – April 20
The Red Deer Exelta Gymnastics Club trio of Connor Trepanier, Dylan Patsula and Findley McCormick swept the podium in the Alberta championship during the weekend.
Sixers run the Magic’s show
The playoff opener for the heavily-favoured Orlando Magic was going according to plan, until Andre Iguodala and the Philadelphia 76ers charged back for a stunning upset.
It was, quite simply, the Bentley Generals’ turn to hoist the Allan Cup.
Blues pushed to brink
Roberto Luongo carried the Vancouver Canucks for two games against the St. Louis Blues. On Sunday, their special teams helped them take a 3-0 series lead.
Toews topples Flames
Jonathan Toews scored two of Chicago’s three second-period goals as the Blackhawks rallied for a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Saturday night to take a 2-0 lead in their Western Conference quarter-final series.
Bruins maul Habs
Marc Savard scored two power-play goals and Boston moved two wins away from its first playoff series victory since 1999 by beating Montreal.
Luongo blanks the Blues
Mats Sundin scored his first playoff goal in five years and Roberto Luongo stopped 30 shots for the shutout as the Vancouver Canucks defeated the St. Louis Blues 3-0 Friday night to take a 2-0 lead in their NHL first-round playoff series.
Flames still steaming
he call that didn’t come continued to resonate among the Calgary Flames as they took stock on Friday following their overtime Stanley Cup playoff loss to the host Chicago Blackhawks the night before.
UFC makes return trip to Montreal
The UFC’s debut in Canada was a record success last April. And fighters are expecting a repeat Saturday night at UFC 97— a loud and proud crowd of 20,000-plus.
Kevin Garnett likely to miss playoffs
The Big Three is down to two.
Cejka leads at Hilton Head
Alex Cejka wants to stay healthy this season. Playing his best golf wouldn’t hurt, either.
Hiller blanks Sharks in opener
Jonas Hiller coolly stopped every puck like a seasoned playoff veteran, showing all the post-season poise that the top-seeded San Jose Sharks still haven’t found.
Wild fire first GM
First the coach, now the general manager.
Red Wings power in front
The playoff-neophyte Columbus Blue Jackets belonged on the ice with the mighty Detroit Red Wings for more than half of Game 1.
Generals get Twins
Ready or not, the Thunder Bay Twins will get another shot at the Bentley Generals in an Allan Cup semifinal today at 3 p.m.
Cycling past pain
Lance Armstrong has told organizers that he will race in the Giro d’Italia.