The Stanley Cup Finals are going down to the wire -- a Game 7 after the Boston Bruins pounded the Vancouver Canucks last night 5-2. Boston scored 4 straight goals in four-minutes-and-14-seconds, setting a Stanley Cup Finals record in the process. Canucks goalie Roberto Luongo was pulled before the game was nine minutes old. Game 7 is Wednesday at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.
The Vancouver Canucks might miss Mason Raymond in the Stanley Cup's deciding game tomorrow. The forward was hospitalized with an undisclosed injury sustained in the first 20 seconds of play in Game 6. The Canucks' forward fell awkwardly after getting tangled up with Boston defenceman Johnny Boychuk. No penalty was called on the play.
In Major League Baseball, Yankees fans will have to wait a bit longer to see Derek Jeter hit his 3,000th career hit. The New York all-star shortstop strained his calf muscle running to first base on a fly ball and left in the fifth inning. No player has ever reached 3,000 hits in a Yankee uniform. The Yankees lost to Cleveland 1-nothing.
Former Blue Jay Vernon Wells hit the Angels' first homer in a week with a solo shot in the third inning, then hit a tie-breaking two-run homer in the seventh to give L-A a 6-3 win over Seattle.
The Toronto Blue Jays were off last night. They start a 3-game set with the Baltimore Orioles tonight.
Locally in women’s soccer action from Wasaga Sports Park, Carquest defeated Supercuts 7-2 and Boston Pizza edged Bell’s Maple Park 5-3.
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