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Hartley’s Sports Shorts; Sunday, May 8th

Sports by Hartley Miller as of 2:05 p.m. Sunday, May 8th

NHL: (4 Saturday playoff games)

Dallas  4  Calgary  2

Pittsburgh  7  NY Rangers  4

Washington  6  Florida  1

Colorado  7  Nashville  3

The Stars, Penguins and Capitals all lead their series 2-1 while the Avalanche enjoy a 3-0 lead over the Predators.

There are four Stanley Cup playoff games today: Boston beat Carolina 5-2 to tie the series 2-2, Minnesota is at St. Louis (1:30 p.m.), Toronto visits Tampa (4:00) and Edmonton is  LA (7:00).

The Wild, Maple Leafs and Oilers all lead their first round series 2-1.

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The NHL playoff schedule is right here or right here.

 

WHL:

Kamloops  4  Vancouver  3

Portland  4  Seattle  2

Winnipeg  7  Moose Jaw  0

Edmonton  5  Red Deer  0

Kamloops, Winnipeg and Edmonton all lead their second round series 2-0 while Portland is ahead of Seattle 1-0.

The WHL playoff schedule and results are right here.

 

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NBA: 

Golden State  142  Memphis  112

Milwaukee  103  Boston  101

The Warriors and Bucks both lead their best-of-7 series 2-1.

There are a pair of NBA playoff games today: Phoenix at Dallas (12:30 PM PT) followed by Miami at Philadelphia (5:00).

The Suns and Heat both lead 2-1.

The NBA playoff results and upcoming schedule are right here.

 

MLB:

(Sunday)

Cleveland  4  Toronto  3

(Saturday)

Toronto  8  Cleveland  3   (1st game)

Cleveland  8  Toronto  2  (2nd game)

The (17-13) Jays are 1-3 on a 9-game road trip that continues Tuesday night against the NY Yankees (4:05 p.m. PT)

The Blue Jays schedule is right here.

The MLB standings are right here.

 

Prince George Senior Lacrosse:

(Sunday)

Devils  20  Quesnel Crossfire  2  

(Saturday)

Mackenzie  8  Assault 5

Bandits  10  Devils  9

There is one league game Monday night at 8: Bandits against the Assault at the PG Coliseum.

 

Horse Racing:

Rich Strike, an 80-1 longshot, won the 148th running of the Kentucky Derby.

The 4-1 favourite Epicenter placed second by three-quarters of a length in the 20-horse field.

Zandon came third at Churchill Downs.

Rich Strike had the second-biggest upset in the race’s history, paying $163.60 to win.

Only Donerail in 1913 had a higher payout of $184.90.

 

BCHL:

The Penticton Vees host the Nanaimo Clippers in the first two games of the BCHL best-of-7 Fred Page Cup championship series on Friday, May 13th and Saturday, May 14th.

The series will shift to Nanaimo May 17th and 18th.

Both teams swept their Conference Finals in four straight.

Penticton outscored West Kelowna 25-4 (Interior) while Nanaimo outscored Langley 18-5 (Coastal).

The BCHL playoff results and upcoming schedule are right here.

 

UNBC Timberwolves:

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