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Flames Clinch Playoff Berth, Eliminate Defending Champs

Flames Clinch Playoff Berth, Eliminate Defending Champs Comstock/Thinkstock(CALGARY, Alberta) -- The defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings have been eliminated and the Flames are in the playoffs. The Kings fell to the Calgary Flames 3-1 on Thursday night after Jiri Hudler's two-goal performance. "What an amazing feeling. After we scored that empty-netter, the building was electric," Hudler said. Calgary went into the game up two points in the standings on Los Angeles and could not afford to be tied with the loss. "I'm very proud of them. We believed in training camp. We really believed," said Flames coach Bob Hartley. Flames goalie Jonas Hiller, who had 33 saves in the victory, said: "To be able to beat the defending Stanley Cup champions to make the playoffs makes it even more special. It starts sinking in that we're going to be playing a few more games. I'm really happy. I'm happy for myself. I'm happy for the team. I'm happy for all of Calgary." Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Kings Signs Pearson to 2-Year Extension

Kings Signs Pearson to 2-Year Extension iStockphoto/Thinkstock(EL SEGUNDO, Calif.) -- Winger Tanner Pearson signed a two-year, $2.8 million contract extension with the Los Angeles Kings, Thursday.Pearson, 22, was selected by the Kings with the 30th overall pick in the 2012 NHL Draft. He has since played in 67 games for the Kings, racking up 15 goals and eight assists.The 6-foot-1, 205-pound Pearson also has played in 25 postseason games compiling 12 points.Pearson has been out since suffering a broken leg on Jan. 10 against the Winnipeg Jets. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/24/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/24/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Detroit Pistons 108 (27-44) – Toronto Raptors 104 (42-29) Milwaukee Bucks 89 (35-36) – Miami Heat 88 (32-38) Oklahoma City Thunder 127 (41-30) – Los Angeles Lakers 117 (18-51) Dallas Mavericks 101 (45-27) – San Antonio Spurs 94 (44-26) NHL: Minnesota Wild 2 (42-25-7; 91pts) – New York Islanders 1 (44-25-5; 93pts) SO Los Angeles Kings 4 (36-23-14; 86pts) – New York Rangers 2 (46-19-7; 99pts) St. Louis Blues 3 (46-21-7; 99pts) – Pittsburgh Penguins 2 (40-22-11; 91pts) OT Columbus Blue Jackets 5 (34-35-4; 72pts) – Anaheim Ducks 3 (46-22-7; 99pts) Arizona Coyotes 5 (22-44-8; 52pts) – Detroit Red Wings 4 (39-21-12; 90pts) OT Tampa Bay Lightning 4 (46-21-7; 99pts) – Florida Panthers 3 (33-26-14; 80pts) Nashville Predators 3 (45-21-8; 98pts) – Montreal Canadiens 2 (46-20-8; 100pts) OT Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/5/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/5/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Chicago Bulls 108 (39-23) - Oklahoma City Thunder 105 (34-28) NHL: Philadelphia Flyers 3 (28-25-12, 68pts) - St. Louis Blues 1 (40-18-5, 85pts) Minnesota Wild 2 (35-22-7, 77pts) - Washington Capitals 1 (35-21-10, 80pts) Calgary Flames 4 (34-25-4, 72pts) - Boston Bruins 3 (31-22-9, 71pts) - Shootout Tampa Bay Lightning 4 (40-20-6, 86pts) - Toronto Maple Leafs 2 (26-34-5, 57pts) Dallas Stars 4 (29-26-10, 68pts) - Florida Panthers 3 (28-23-14, 70pts) - Shootout New York Islanders 4 (42-21-3, 87pts) - Nashville Predators 3 (41-18-7, 89pts) Top 25 Men's College Basketball: (6) Wisconsin 76 (27-3) - Minnesota 63 (17-13) (18) Arkansas 78 (24-6) - South Carolina 74 (14-15) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 2/9/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 2/9/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) --  NBA: San Antonio Spurs 95 (33-19) – Indiana Pacers 93 (20-33) Golden State Warriors 89 (41-9) – Philadelphia 76ers 84 (12-41) Washington Wizards 96 (33-20) – Orlando Magic 80 (16-39) Miami Heat 109 (22-29) – New York Knicks 95 (10-42) Milwaukee Bucks 103 (29-23) – Brooklyn Nets 97 (21-30) Atlanta Hawks 117 (43-10) – Minnesota Timberwolves 105 (11-41) Top 25 Men’s College Basketball: (4) Duke 73 (21-3) – Florida State 70 (13-12) NHL: Edmonton Oilers 2 (15-30-9; 39pts) – New Jersey Devils 1 (21-24-9; 51pts) Los Angeles Kings 4 (23-18-12; 58pts) – Columbus Blue Jackets 3 (23-26-3; 49pts) Minnesota Wild 5 (26-20-6; 58pts) – Vancouver Canucks 3 (29-20-3; 61pts) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Kings Re-Sign Playoff Hero Alec Martinez

Kings Re-Sign Playoff Hero Alec Martinez Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Defenseman Alec Martinez signed a six-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Kings, team president/general manager Dean Lombardi announced Wednesday.According to ESPN.com, the deal is worth an average of $4 million per season.The 27-year-old Martinez came up clutch in the postseason for the Kings last season scoring the series-clinching goal in the Western Conference Final and then the Stanley Cup-clinching goal.Martinez was originally drafted by the Kings with the 95th overall pick in the 2007 NHL Draft. Since then he's played in 221 games with Los Angeles tallying 25 goals, 37 assists, and a plus-32 rating. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Scoreboard Roundup – 10/8/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 10/8/14 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL: Montreal Canadiens 4 (1-0-0; 2pts) – Toronto Maple Leafs 3 (0-1-0; 0pts) Boston Bruins 2 (1-0-0; 2pts) – Philadelphia Flyers 1 (0-1-0; 0pts)  Vancouver Canucks 4 (1-0-0; 2pts) - Calgary Flames 2 (0-1-0; 0pts) San Jose Sharks 4 (1-0-0, 2pts) - Los Angeles Kings 0 (0-1-0, 0pts) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Kings Ink Gaborik to 7-Year Contract

Kings Ink Gaborik to 7-Year Contract Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- The Stanley Cup-winning Los Angeles Kings signed winger Marian Gaborik to a seven-year contract Wednesday. The deal is worth an average annual value of $4.875 million, according to ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun. Gaborik was acquired by the Kings via a trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets in March. The 32-year-old Slovak played a huge role in the Kings winning Lord Stanley's Cup this season, scoring a league-leading 14 playoff goals. Gaborik could have become a free agent on July 1. "All along I wanted to stay here. The organization knew it, the players knew it, everybody knew it, my agent knew it. That was my No. 1 priority, to try to get the deal done here," Gaborik said. "I know I could get maybe more money if I went to UFA, but it wasn't about money. I wanted to stay here and be a part of a great team." Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Kings Win Stanley Cup on Martinez’s Double Overtime Goal

Kings Win Stanley Cup on Martinez’s Double Overtime Goal Harry How/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Alec Martinez netted a game-winning goal in double overtime of Game 5 to win the Stanley Cup, 3-2, for the Los Angeles Kings. It is the second title in three years for the Kings who also won in 2012. Los Angeles won the Cup on home ice in come-from-behind fashion, trailing the New York Rangers 2-1 after two periods. Brian Boyle scored a short-handed goal with less than thirty seconds remaining in the second period to put the Rangers on top. Eight minutes into the third, the former Ranger Marian Gaborik tied the game with a power play goal of his own. Both teams battled through the rest of regulation and one overtime period before Martinez sent the Staples Center crowd into a frenzy. After Tyler Toffoli had his shot saved by Henrik Lundqvist, the puck trickled its way to the stick of Martinez who was able to blast the game-winner into the back of the net. Lundqvist made 48 saves for New York, who was trying to become just the second team ever to win the Stanley Cup after losing the first three games of the series. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick stopped 28 shots in the Cup clinching win. Justin Williams, who scored nine goals in the playoffs, was awarded the Conn Smythe trophy as the Final's Most Valuable Player. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Rangers Stay Alive, Top Kings 2-1 in Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final

Rangers Stay Alive, Top Kings 2-1 in Game 4 of Stanley Cup Final Paul Bereswill/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Henrik Lundqvist made 40 saves to help the New York Rangers stay alive by beating the Los Angeles Kings, 2-1 Wednesday night, in Game 4 of the NHL Stanley Cup Final.  The Kings lead the best-of-seven series, 3-1. Lundqvist was great all game, but he did receive some help from his friends. In the first period, Kings defenseman Alex Martinez's shot got past the Rangers goalie and glided across the goal line before Rangers defenseman Anton Stralman cleared the puck from danger. Then with 1:11 left in the game, the puck once again got by Lundqvist, this time stopping dead on the goal line. A tap of the puck would have allowed the Kings to score the game-tying goal, but instead Rangers center Derek Stepan got on the ground and flicked the puck out of harm's way, to save the Rangers' season. "I was just holding my breath," Rangers defenseman Dan Girardi said. "All those guys in the crease did a great job to keep it out." Benoit Pouliot and Martin St. Louis both scored for the Rangers, which have now won and NHL-record eight straight home games when facing elimination. Dustin Brown scored the lone goal for the Kings. Game 5 is Friday in Los Angeles. The puck is scheduled to drop at 8 p.m. Eastern. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/11/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/11/14 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL Stanley Cup Final – Game 4: New York Rangers 2 – Los Angeles Kings 1 (Kings lead series, 3-1) MLB: Minnesota Twins 7 (31-33) – Toronto Blue Jays 2 (39-28) Kansas City Royals 4 (33-32) – Cleveland Indians 1 (33-33) Baltimore Orioles 6 (33-31) – Boston Red Sox 0 (29-36) Pittsburgh Pirates 4 (31-34) – Chicago Cubs 2 (26-37) Philadelphia Phillies 3 (27-36) – San Diego Padres 0 (28-37) Cincinnati Reds 5 (30-34) – Los Angeles Dodgers 0 (35-32) Milwaukee Brewers 3 (39-27) – New York Mets 1 (29-36) Tampa Bay Rays 6 (25-42) – St. Louis Cardinals 3 (34-32) Texas Rangers 6 (32-34) – Miami Marlins 0 (34-31) Houston Astros 5 (30-37) – Arizona Diamondbacks 1 (29-39) Chicago White Sox 8 (33-33) – Detroit Tigers 2 (33-28) Colorado Rockies 8 (30-35) – Atlanta Braves 2 (34-30) New York Yankees 4 (33-31) - Seattle Mariners 2 (34-31) Oakland Athletics 7 (40-26) - Los Angeles Angels 1 (36-29) Washington Nationals 6 (35-29) - San Francisco Giants 2 (42-24)   Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Kings Dominate to Take 3-0 Series Lead

Kings Dominate to Take 3-0 Series Lead Paul Bereswill/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Following three straight overtime games in the playoffs, the Los Angeles Kings made sure there would not be a fourth by defeating New York 3-0 in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Final. The Kings are now one win away from their second title in three years. "We did a lot of things the right way," said Jonathan Quick, who stopped 32 shots in the win. "Now we get ready for the next one. The fourth one is always the most difficult." Los Angeles had not led once during the first two games of the Final, winning both games in overtime. That changed 0.7 seconds left in the first when Jeff Carter's shot knocked off the skate of a diving Dan Girardi and hit the back of the net. The Kings then added to their advantage in the second period with goals from Jake Muzzin and Mike Richards. Los Angeles has scored 11 goals in the Cup Final, all of which were scored by a different player. New York looked for a comeback but were stonewalled each time they made an attempt on Quick. Chris Kreider had a breakaway chance just eight seconds into the third, but was stopped by the Kings goalie. Henrik Lundqvist made 12 saves for the Rangers in net. Only four teams have ever overcome a 3-0 series deficit in NHL Playoff history. The Kings did it in the first round, rallying against San Jose. The 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs are the only team to complete the feat in a Stanley Cup Final. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/9/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/9/14 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL Stanley Cup Final: Los Angeles Kings 3 - New York Rangers 0 (Kings lead series, 3-0.) MLB: Seattle Mariners 3 (34-29) - Tampa Bay Rays 0 (24-41) Baltimore Orioles 4 (32-30) - Boston Red Sox 0 (28-35) Pittsburgh Pirates 6 (30-33) - Chicago Cubs 2 (25-36) Toronto Blue Jays 5 (39-26) - Minnesota Twins 4 (29-33) Los Angeles Dodgers 6 (34-31) - Cincinnati Reds 2 (29-33) Cleveland Indians 17 (33-31) - Texas Rangers 7 (31-33) Chicago White Sox 6 (32-33) - Detroit Tigers 5 (33-27) Atlanta Braves 3 (33-29) - Colorado Rockies 1 (29-34) Houston Astros 4 (29-36) - Arizona Diamondbacks 3 (28-38) Washington Nationals 9 (33-29) - San Francisco Giants 2 (42-22) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 4 (35-28) - Oakland Athletics 1 (39-25) New York Yankees (31-31) - Kansas City Royals (31-32) Postponed due to rain Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Kings Down Rangers in Overtime Again

Kings Down Rangers in Overtime Again Harry How/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- The Los Angeles Kings rallied from multiple two-goal deficits before ultimately beating the New York Rangers in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Final by a 5-4 final in double overtime. Los Angeles now owns a 2-0 series lead at the Final shifts to New York. Dustin Brown deflected Willie Mitchell's shot just over halfway through the second overtime period, completing another rally by the Kings. Much like Game 1, New York jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first period with goals from Ryan McDonagh and Mats Zuccarello. Despite a pair of Kings goals in the second, the Rangers held a 4-2 advantage heading into the final frame. Dwight King scored just two minutes in the third before Marian Gaborik, a former Ranger, tied the contest at 4-4 with 12:26 to play in regulation. Both teams had chances in the first overtime, but the goaltenders stood tall and forced a second extra session. Derrick Brassard, who scored New York's fourth goal of the night, had a chance with time expiring in the first OT but was stopped by Jonathan Quick. Quick finished the game with 34 saves while Henrik Lundqvist stopped 39 in the loss. Game 3 will be played at Madison Square Garden on Monday night. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/7/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/7/14 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL Stanley Cup Final: Los Angeles Kings 5 - New York Rangers 4   2OT  (Kings lead series, 2-0) MLB: St. Louis Cardinals 5 (32-31) - Toronto Blue Jays 0 (38-25) Minnesota Twins 8 (29-31) - Houston Astros 0 (27-36) Cleveland Indians 8 (31-31) - Texas Rangers 3 (31-31) Seattle Mariners 7 (32-29) - Tampa Bay Rays 4 (24-39) Colorado Rockies 5 (29-32) - Los Angeles Dodgers 4 (32-31) 10 Innings Cincinnati Reds 6 (28-32) - Philadelphia Phillies 5 (25-35) Milwaukee Brewers 9 (37-26) - Pittsburgh Pirates 3 (29-32) Chicago Cubs 5 (25-34) - Miami Marlins 2 (32-30) Baltimore Orioles 6 (31-29) - Oakland Athletics 3 (38-24) Kansas City Royals 8 (30-32) - New York Yankees 4 (31-30) Detroit Tigers 8 (33-25) - Boston Red Sox 6 (27-34) Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 6 (33-28) - Chicago White Sox 5 (31-32) San Francisco Giants 5 (41-21) - New York Mets 4 (28-34) Arizona Diamondbacks 4 (27-37) - Atlanta Braves 3 (32-28) San Diego Padres 4 (28-34) - Washington Nationals 3 (31-29) 11 Innings Horse Racing: Tonalist wins the 146th Belmont Stakes. California Chrome finishes in a tie for 4th. IndyCar: Ed Carpenter wins the Firestone 600 at Texas Motor Speedway Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Williams Scores OT Winner for Kings in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final

Williams Scores OT Winner for Kings in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Final Bruce Bennett/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Justin Williams scored off a Dan Girardi turnover 4:36 into overtime to vault the Los Angeles Kings over the New York Rangers 3-2 in overtime Wednesday, in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final. "Everything usually offensively starts in our zone and (Mike) Richards made a great play getting the puck out," Williams said when describing the game-winning goal. "We screwed up a three-on-two royally and fortunately for us one of their 'D' men was falling and we were able to turn the puck over. I was sitting in front of the net with the puck and I was able to make a shot." But when the game started it was only the Rangers lighting the lamp. New York raced out to a 2-0 lead in the first period after Carl Hagelin scored a shorthanded goal. The Kings answered at the end of the first when Kyle Clifford scored his first goal of the postseason to make it 2-1. Drew Doughty tied the game in the second period when he scored his fifth goal of the playoffs. Then in the third period, the Kings outshot the Rangers 20-3, although no goals were scored. "Not quite sure what happened there in the third," Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault said. "Not sure if it was them being that good or us stopping moving the puck and skating and going north-south. They definitely took it to us in the third." Game 2 is Saturday in Los Angeles. The puck is scheduled to drop at 7 p.m Eastern. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/4/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 6/4/14 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Stanley Cup Final: Los Angeles Kings 3 - New York Rangers 2 (Kings lead series, 1-0.) MLB: Seattle Mariners 2 (31-28) – Atlanta Braves 0 (31-27) San Diego Padres 3 (27-33) – Pittsburgh Pirates 2 (28-31) Oakland Athletics 7 (37-22) – New York Yankees 4 (29-29) Toronto Blue Jays 8 (36-24) – Detroit Tigers 2 (31-24) Miami Marlins 5 (31-28) – Tampa Bay Rays 4 (23-37) San Francisco Giants 3 (38-21) – Cincinnati Reds 2 (27-30) Los Angeles Angels 4 (31-27) - Houston Astros 0 (25-35) Minnesota Twins 6 (28-29) - Milwaukee Brewers 4 (35-25) St. Louis Cardinals 5 (31-29) - Kansas City Royals 2 (28-31) 11 Innings Baltimore Orioles 6 (30-27) - Texas Rangers 5 (29-30) Washington Nationals 8 (29-28) - Philadelphia Phillies 4 (24-33) Chicago Cubs 5 (22-34) - New York Mets 4 (28-31) Arizona Diamondbacks 16 (25-36) - Colorado Rockies 8 (28-30) Chicago White Sox 2 (31-30) - Los Angeles Dodgers 1 (31-30) Cleveland Indians 7 (30-30) - Boston Red Sox 4 (27-32) 12 Innings   Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Rangers Forward Daniel Carcillo’s Suspension Reduced to Six Games

Rangers Forward Daniel Carcillo’s Suspension Reduced to Six GamesElsa/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- New York Rangers winger Daniel Carcillo had his 10-game suspension reduced to six games, the NHL announced Tuesday. Carcillo was originally suspended 10-games for striking an NHL linesman during Game 3 of the Easter...

Alain Vigneault: “Like Our Chances” Against Kings

Alain Vigneault: “Like Our Chances” Against Kings Bruce Bennett/Getty Images(GREENBURGH, N.Y.) -- The New York Rangers will play in their first Stanley Cup Finals since 1994, and coach Alain Vigneault has faith that his team can get the job done against the Los Angeles Kings. The Kings beat the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks in Chicago on Sunday in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals and are looking for their second Stanley Cup in the last three years. "Even though a lot of people aren't going to give us a chance, I like our chances," Vigneault said on Monday. "I like our group. I like our focus. I like the way we compete." If the Rangers are going to take home the Cup, they'll have to do it without home ice. "I know L.A.'s been there before," Vigneault continued.  "I know they've won before [in 2012]. I know they've gone to three Game 7's [this postseason] and won them, and they just beat the defending Stanley Cup champions. I get that....But we've really rallied around ourselves and the opportunity [to play for the title]." New York's road to the finals has not been an easy one; they beat the Penguins in seven games, came back from a 3-1 deficit to the Philadelphia Flyers, and took six games to close out the Candiens in the East finals. "I think going into Philly [in the first round], people were probably 50/50 that we'd get through that," Vigneault said. "Going into Pittsburgh [in the Eastern Conference semifinals], I would probably say a lot more experts were picking Pittsburgh than the Rangers. And then against Montreal [in the conference finals], other than a few New York reporters, I think everybody across Canada was picking Montreal in four or five." Game 1 will be at the Staples Center on Wednesday night. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio

Martinez’s OT Goal Lifts Kings into Stanley Cup Final

Martinez’s OT Goal Lifts Kings into Stanley Cup Final Justin Heiman/Getty Images(CHICAGO, Ill.) -- The Los Angeles Kings trailed the Chicago Blackhawks 2-0 in the first period but battled back to force overtime in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. Less than six minutes into the extra frame, Alec Martinez scored, giving the Kings a 5-4 win and sending them to their second Stanley Cup Final in three seasons. "We've battled back so many times this year and so many times in these playoffs, we said, 'Why not again today?'" said winger Justin Williams. "It was a total team effort, every single guy here giving everything they've got." Williams tied the game at 2-2 in the first period and later assisted on the game-winner, giving him 14 career points in Game 7's, the most all-time. Los Angeles never led until Martinez's tally in overtime. The Blackhawks took a 3-2 lead into the first intermission thanks to Patrick Sharp and again led 4-3 after two periods, courtesy of Sharp's power play goal. Marion Gaborik knotted things up in the third with his 12th goal of the postseason. The Kings will now face the New York Rangers, the team that traded Gaborik at the deadline in the 2012-13 season, in the Stanley Cup Final. Los Angeles won the title in 2012, their only championship in franchise history. Corey Crawford made 27 saves in the loss, as the defending champs were ousted on home ice.  Jonathan Quick stopped 37 shots, including one in the final seconds of regulation. Los Angeles improves to 7-0 in elimination games in the playoffs and become the first team to ever reach the Stanley Cup Final by winning three Game 7's. The Kings and Rangers play Game 1 on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright 2014 ABC News Radio
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