(As of 12:01 AM) Updated at 2:00 PM


St. Louis Blues  2  Boston Bruins  1

Jordan Binnington made 38 saves to lead the Blues who take a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven final.

They can win the Stanley Cup at home in Game 6 on Sunday night.

Boston outshot St. Louis 39-21.

Binnington’s nine playoff road wins is the most by a rookie in NHL history.

Ryan O’Reilly and David Perron scored for the Blues before Jake DeBrusk tallied for the Bruins, who had Captain Zdeno Chara in the lineup despite a fractured jaw.

Perron’s winner, midway thru the 3rd, came seconds after the officials missed an obvious slewfoot by Tyler Bozak of St.Louis.

“The National Hockey League’s getting a black eye with their officiating in these playoffs, and there’s another one that’s going to be talked about,” said Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy.

The Blues are 9-3 on the road in the playoffs and just 6-6 at home.

The Bruins are 7-5 at home and 7-3 on the road.

2019 Stanley Cup Final Schedule/Results (All games 5 PM PT)

Game 1 May 27–St. Louis  at  Boston   BRUINS WON 4-2
Game 2 May 29–St. Louis  at  Boston  BLUES WON 3-2 IN OT
Game 3 June 1–Boston  at  St. Louis    BRUINS WON 7-2
Game 4 June 3–Boston  at  St. Louis    BLUES WON 4-2
Game 5 June 6–St. Louis  at  Boston    BLUES WON 2-1
Game 6 June 9–Boston  at  St. Louis
*Game 7 June 12–St. Louis  at  Boston
* If Necessary



Klay Thompson is expected to return tonight (Friday) but Kevin Durant remains out of the Golden State Warriors lineup.

Game four of the NBA Finals will be played in Oakland with the Toronto Raptors leading the series 2-1.

Tip-off is just after 6:00.

Thompson sat out the 123-109 loss Wednesday because of a hamstring strain.

Durant will miss his 9th straight game with a strained right calf.


Thu May 30th–Game 1  Golden State  at  Toronto   RAPTORS WON 118-109
Sun June 2nd–Game 2   Golden State  at  Toronto  WARRIORS WON  109-104
Wed June 5th–Game 3   Toronto  at  Golden State  RAPTORS WON 123-109
Fri  June 7th—Game  4   Toronto  at  Golden State  6 PM
Mon June 10th–Game 5  Golden State  at  Toronto  6 PM
Thu June  13th–Game 6* Toronto  at  Golden State  6 PM
Sun June  16th–Game 7* Golden State  at  Toronto  5 PM


The NBA has handed Golden State Warriors executive Mark Stevens a one-year ban and $500,000 fine.

Stevens shoved Kyle Lowry of the Raptors during the fourth quarter of Game 3.



France  4  Korea  0

Canada plays its opener Monday (noon PT) against Cameroon.



Westwood Pub Devils  10  Mackenzie Lumberjacks  3

PG Senior Lacrosse has four-weekend games at Kin 1.

Game times are Saturday night at 7:00 and 9:00 plus Sunday at 11:00 AM and 1:00 PM.

League Standings: (As of June 7th morning)

Westwood Pub Devils  10-0
Northland Nissan Assault  6-4
Mackenzie Conifex Power Lumberjacks  5-5
RPR Mechanical/JR Construction Bandits  3-7
Quesnel Summit Electric Crossfire  1-9


#2 Rafael Nadal whipped #3, Roger Federer in straight sets in the men’s semifinals at the French Open.

Nadal, the 11-time French champ, is 6-0 against the 37-year-old Federer at Roland Garros.

The other semi between #1 Novak Djokovic & #4 Dominic Thiem is tied at a set each and will continue Saturday.



New York Yankees  6  Toronto Blue Jays  2

The 23-39 Jays host the 31-32 Arizona Diamondbacks tonight.

The Blue Jays schedule/results right here.

The MLB standings are right here.


The Philadelphia Eagles have signed franchise quarterback Carson Wentz to a four-year extension through the 2024 season.

The extension is for a reported $128 million and includes guarantees of over $107 million.