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Scoreboard Roundup – 4/17/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/17/15Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NHL: Washington Capitals 4 - New York Islanders 3 (Series Tied 1-1) Montreal Canadiens 3 - Ottawa Senators 2 (F/OT) (Montreal Leads 2-0) MLB: Detroit Tigers 2 (9-1) - Chicago White Sox 1 (3-6) San Diego Padres 5 (7-4) - Chicago Cubs 4 (5-4) Washington Nationals 7 (5-6) - Philadelphia Phillies 2 (3-8) New York Mets 4 (8-3) - Miami Marlins 1 (3-8) Pittsburgh Pirates 6 (4-6) - Milwaukee Brewers 3 (2-8) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Blackhawks Expect Patrick Kane to Return for First Round of Playoffs

Blackhawks Expect Patrick Kane to Return for First Round of Playoffs Len Redkoles/Getty Images(CHICAGO) -- After missing the last seven weeks with a fractured clavicle, the Chicago Blackhawks expect forward Patrick Kane to make his return to the ice just in time for the start of the playoffs. Kane, one of the top players in the NHL, suffered the injury back on Feb. 24 and was originally expected to miss 12 weeks. He recently took part in his first full-contact team practice, and could play as soon as Wednesday. "Where I am right now is just kind of go through practice today and see how I feel, and get as ready as possible and try to feel like what it's like to be in a game simulation," Kane said Monday. "I thought it was a good day, good practice for the team overall. Overall, I feel pretty good. Just got to take it day by day right now." Before getting hurt, Kane was tied for the NHL lead in points with 27 goals and 34 assists in 61 games. The Blackhawks went 12-8-1 during Kane's absence. Chicago will face the Nashville Predators in the first round of the playoffs. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Sabres Fire Head Coach Ted Nolan

Sabres Fire Head Coach Ted Nolan Len Redkiles/NHLI via Getty Images(BUFFALO, N.Y.) -- The Ted Nolan era is over in Buffalo, again. The Sabres announced they've parted ways with the coach after a disastrous 2014-2015 season. "I don't think it was a bad fit. I don't think it was a great fit," general manager Tim Murray said. "Maybe it's just chemistry. Maybe it's just two different personality. "I know this isn't a popular thing," Murray added. "To me, it's about getting better. I feel this was an opportunity for us to improve and keep improving. And that's certainly no disrespect to Ted." The Sabres finished dead last in the NHL this past season with 54 points after posting a 23-51-8 record. Nolan originally coached the Sabres for two seasons from 1995-1997, but left the team when he was offered on a one-year extension following his initial success with the organization. He was re-hired in November 2013 when Ron Rolston was fired. He wound up going 40-87-17 in his second stint with Buffalo. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Maple Leafs Fire GM David Nonis and Interim Coach Peter Horachek

Maple Leafs Fire GM David Nonis and Interim Coach Peter Horachek Christian Petersen/Getty Images(TORONTO) -- Coming off one their worst seasons in nearly two decades, the Toronto Maple Leafs have cleaned house by firing general manager David Nonis and interim head coach Peter Horachek. The club also announced they've departed with goaltending coach Rick St. Croix and assistant coaches Steve Spott and Chris Dennis. Assistant general manager Kyle Dubas and director of player personnel Mark Hunter will share the GM duties on an interim basis. The Maple Leafs finished hte 2014-2015 season with a record of 30-44-8. Their 68 points this past season was the team's lowest 82-game total since the 1996-1997 season. "It's evident that there's lots of changes that have to happen, and the direction has to be in a different direction," Horachek said after Saturday's loss to Montreal. Nonis had been a member of the team's front office since 2008, and was promoted to GM in January 2013. Horachek replaced Randy Carlyle after he was fired on January 6, and went just 9-28-5 during his time as interim head coach. The Maple Leafs have made the playoffs just once in the past 10 seasons. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/11/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/11/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- MLB: Boston Red Sox 8 (4-1) - New York Yankees 4 (1-4) Chicago White Sox 5 (1-4) - Minnesota Twins 4 (1-4) St. Louis Cardinals 4 (2-2) - Cincinatti Reds 1 (4-1) Tampa Bay Rays 2 (2-3)  - Miami Marlins 0 (1-4) Seattle Mariners 5 (2-3) - Oakland Athletics 4 (3-3) (F/11) Detroit Tigers 9 (5-0) - Cleveland Indians 6 (2-3) Milwaukee Brewers 6 (1-4) - Pittsburgh Pirates 0 (1-4) Baltimore Orioles 7 (3-2) - Toronto Blue Jays 1 (3-2) Philadelphia Phillies 3 (3-2) - Washington Nationals 2 (1-4) (F/10) Arizona Diamondbacks 6 (2-3) - Los Angeles Dodgers 0 (3-2) NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins 2 (43-27-12, 98 pts) - Buffalo Sabres 0  (23-51-8, 54 pts) Tampa Bay Lightning 3  (50-24-8, 108 pts) - Boston Bruins 2  (41-27-14, 96 pts)(F/SO) Montreal Canadiens 4  (50-22-10, 110 pts) - Toronto Maple Leafs 3  (30-44-8, 68 pts)(F/SO) Columbus Blue Jackets 5  (42-35-5, 89 pts) - New York Islanders 4  (47-28-7, 101 pts) (F/SO) Florida Panthers 3 38-29-15, 91 pts) - New Jersey Devils 2 (32-36-14, 78 pts) Detroit Red Wings 2 (43-25-14, 100 pts) - Carolina Hurricanes 0 (30-41-11, 71 pts)  New York Rangers 4  (53-22-7, 113 pts) - Washington Capitals 2  (45-26-11, 101 pts) Ottawa Senators 3 (43-26-13, 99 pts) - Philadelphia Flyers 1  (33-31-18, 84 pts) St. Louis Blues 4  (50-24-7, 107 pts) - Minnesota Wild 2 (46-27-8, 100 pts) Winnipeg Jets 5  (43-26-13, 99 pts) - Calgary Flames 1  (45-30-7, 97 pts) Los Angeles Kings 4  (40-27-15, 95 pts) - San Jose Sharks 1  (40-33-9, 89 pts) Dallas Stars 4 (41-31-10, 92 pts) - Nashville Predators 1 (47-25-10, 104 pts)   Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

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.

New York Rangers Win Presidents’ Trophy, Clinch Home Ice Through Playoffs

New York Rangers Win Presidents’ Trophy, Clinch Home Ice Through Playoffs Len Redkoles/ NHLI via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The New York Rangers won the Presidents' Trophy and clinched home ice through the playoffs after their 4-2 win over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night. New York has won five games in a row and picked up a league leading 111 points with the victory. "It's not an easy thing to do," Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. "You look at the teams still fighting to get into the playoffs. It's a challenging thing. For our group, it's one thing in the direction that we're looking to get to." "I'm very proud of our group but we all know that we are going to be judged by what we do in the playoffs. So this is a first step and we're going to get ready for the next one," he continued. Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh said, "It is a great accomplishment. Like any team, we had to handle adversity, injuries, ups and downs, travel, everything that goes about an NHL season. For us to clinch and say we won the regular season is a huge confidence boost. It's a reassurance of what this team is capable of." The Rangers finished last year as the Eastern Conference champions, but fell to the Kings in the Stanley Cup Finals. New York tied a franchise record for wins (52) and are one-point away from tying the franchise mark they set in 1993-94, the last time they won the Stanley Cup. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/5/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/5/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers 99 (50-27) - Chicago Bulls 94 (46-31) Houston Rockets 115 (53-24) - Oklahoma City Thunder 112 (42-35) NHL: Philadelphia Flyers 4 (32-29-18, 82pts) - Pittsburgh Penguins 1 (42-26-11, 95pts) PGA: J.B. Holmes wins the Shell Houston Open   Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

NHL Suspends Jets’ Byfuglien

NHL Suspends Jets’ Byfuglien A.J. Messier/NHLI via Getty Images(WINNIPEG) -- The NHL has suspened Winnipeg Jets defenseman Dustin Byfuglien four games after a cross check to the head of New York Rangers center J.T. Miller during Tuesday night's game. Byfuglien drove his stick into the back of Miller's head after the center tripped over Jets' goaltender Ondrej Pavelec. The NHL released an explanation of their ruling and in the video explain that Byfuglien's hit was dangerous and excessive.    The Jets lost the game to the Rangers 3-2 and have dropped three of their last five overall. Winnipeg is currently tied with the Los Angeles Kings at 92 points for the final wild card spot, though they are in the ninth spot because of tie breakers.   Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Rob Ford Named To Hockey Hall Of Fame Board

Rob Ford Named To Hockey Hall Of Fame Board iStockPhoto/Thinkstock(TORONTO) -- The Hockey Hall of Fame has named former Toronto mayor Rob Ford to its board of directors, the museum announced Saturday. Ford became a pop culture celebrity and topic of late night talk shows after admitting in 2013 that he smoked crack cocaine while mayor. The former mayor, ended his re-election campaign last year after he was diagnosed with a malignant liposarcoma, a soft-tissue cancer. He then chose to run for a seat in the city council and won. The museum named Ford and two other members of the council to its board.  Ford stated in an interview that he played hockey when he was younger and hopes to promote the sport to children. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/3/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/3/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Indiana Pacers 93 (33-43) - Charlotte Hornets 74 (32-43) Washington Wizards 101 (43-33) - New York Knicks 87 (14-62) Milwaukee Bucks 110 (38-38) - Boston Celtics 101 (34-42) Brooklyn Nets 114 (35-40) - Toronto Raptors 109 (45-31) Orlando Magic 97 (23-53) - Minnesota Timberwolves 84 (16-60) Chicago Bulls 88 (46-30) - Detroit Pistons 82 (29-47) Memphis Grizzlies 100 (52-24) - Oklahoma City Thunder 92 (42-34) San Antonio Spurs 123 (50-26) - Denver Nuggets 93 (28-48) New Orleans Pelicans 101 (41-34) - Sacramento Kings 95 (26-49) Portland Trail Blazers 107 (49-26) - Los Angeles Lakers 77 (20-55) NHL: New Jersey Devils 3 (32-33-13, 77 pts) - Montreal Canadiens 2 (47-22-10, 104 pts) *F/SO Chicago Blackhawks 4 (48-24-6, 102 pts) - Buffalo Sabres 3 (22-48-8, 52 pts) St. Louis Blues 7 (48-23-7, 103 pts) - Dallas Stars 5 (37-31-10, 84 pts) Colorado Avalanche 4 (36-30-12, 84pts) - Anaheim Ducks 2 (50-23-7, 107 pts) San Jose Sharks 3 (39-30-9, 87pts) - Arizona Coyotes 1 (23-47-8, 54pts) 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 – 4/2/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 4/2/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Cleveland Cavaliers 114 (49-27) - Miami Heat 88 (34-41) Houston Rockets 108 (52-24) - Dallas Mavericks 101 (46-30) Golden State Warriors 107 (62-13) - Phoenix Suns 106 (38-38) NHL: Columbus Blue Jackets 4 (38-35-4, 80 pts) - New York Islanders 3 (45-27-6, 96 pts) F/SO Florida Panthers 6 (36-27-15, 87 pts) - Carolina Hurricanes 1 (28-38-11, 67 pts) Boston Bruins 3 (40-25-13, 93 pts) - Detroit Red Wings 2 (40-24-13, 93 pts) Ottawa Senators 2 (39-26-12, 90 pts) - Tampa Bay Lightning 1 (47-24-8, 102 pts) *F/OT Washington Capitals 5 (43-25-10, 96 pts) - Montreal Canadiens 4 (47-22-9, 103 pts) *F/SO New York Rangers 3 (49-21-7, 105 pts) - Minnesota Wild 2 (44-26-7, 95 pts) St. Louis Blues 4 (47-23-7, 101 pts) - Calgary Flames 1 (42-29-7, 91 pts) Chicago Blackhawks 3 (47-24-6, 100pts) - Vancouver Canucks 1 (45-28-5, 95pts) Los Angeles Kings 8 (38-25-14, 90pts) - Edmonton Oilers 2 (23-42-13, 59pts) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Alex Ovechkin Scores 50th Goal

Alex Ovechkin Scores 50th Goal G Fiume/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Alex Ovechkin scored his 50th goal of the season on Tuesday night in the team's 4-2 win over the Hurricanes. Ovechkin has now scored 50 goals in one season six times in his career and joined the likes of Mario Lemieux, Marcel Dionne, and Guy Lafleaur. Wayne Gretzky and Mike Bossy both did it nine times. "Every year is harder and harder, but it's a huge (accomplishment) being with the names up there," Ovechkin said. "It's always nice. Every year, you don't know what to expect from yourself and how you're going to play." Ovechkin's 50th goal was his 472nd career goal in his tenth season in Washington. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Penguins Letang Released from Hospital

Penguins Letang Released from Hospital iStockPhoto/Thinkstock(PITTSBURGH, Pa.) -- Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Kris Letang was released from the hospital Sunday and diagnosed with a concussion after a scary collision in Saturday's game against the Arizona Coyotes. Letang lay on the ice in a disoriented state when he fell backwards into the boards after a check by Coyotes winger Shane Doan. "I just went to make sure I got a piece of him so he couldn't jump by me and he obviously went into the boards awkward," Doan said. "You never ever want to see anyone like that, especially a guy with his caliber and everything he's went through in the past couple years," he added. "You feel awful as a player when something like that happens."  Letang has a history of concussions and suffered a stroke last season, in what doctors attributed to a small hole in his heart. Currently, there is no scheduled date for Letang's return, according to coach Mike Johnston. “We'll see how he feels over the next few days and go from there,” Johnston said. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Bruins Ruin Lundqvist’s Return

Bruins Ruin Lundqvist’s Return iStockphoto/Thinkstock(BOSTON) -- Milan Lucic scored twice to help the Boston Bruins upend the New York Rangers 4-2 Saturday, spoiling goalie Henrik Lundqvist's return to the ice. Lundqvist, who missed the past seven weeks with a vascular injury, was instantly challenged. Lucic scored just 1:41 into the game when a puck went off his skate and past the former Vezina Trophy winner. Lucic scored again just over seven minutes later when Torey Krug dished the puck to the B's hulking winger, who slapped it between Lunqvist's legs for a 2-0 lead. "It seemed like everything kind of kept rolling after we got that break on the first goal," Lucic said. "It's good to see us step up and play the way we can play. Right now it's just continuing to recapture what we had here tonight." The Bruins did receive a scare early in the second period when goalie Tuukka Rask left the game for the locker room. He didn't return to the bench but Bruins head coach Claude Julien said after the game that it appeared Rask was just dehydrated. "He's scheduled to travel with us, he's scheduled to be with us and he should be fine for (Sunday against Carolina)," Julien said. "We just found out at the beginning of the second (period). I said, `Are you still having those symptoms?' He said, `Yep.' So I said, `Let's get you out of here." Rick Nash scored his 40th goal of the season for the Rangers (47-20-7, 101pts) in the loss. With the win the Bruins (37-25-13, 87pts) snap a six-game losing streak and take over sole possession of the final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.   Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/26/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/26/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NCAA Men's Tournament:  Midwest Region: (1) Kentucky 78 (37-0) - (5) West Virginia 39 (25-10)  (3) Notre Dame 81 (32-5) - (7) Wichita St 70 (30-5) West Region: (1) Wisconsin 79 (34-3) - (4) North Carolina 72 (26-12) (2) Arizona 68 (34-3) - (6) Xavier 60 (23-14)   NHL: Carolina Hurricanes 5 (27-36-10, 64 pts) - Pittsburgh Penguins 2  (40-23-11, 91 pts) Los Angeles Kings 3 (37-23-14, 88 pts) - New York Islanders 2 (44-26-5, 93 pts) Washington Capitals 3 (40-24-10, 90 pts) - New Jersey Devils 2 (31-31-12, 74 pts) *F/OT Arizona Coyotes 4 (23-44-8, 54 pts) - Buffalo Sabres 3 (20-46-8, 48 pts) *F/OT Anaheim Ducks 3 (47-22-7, 101 pts) - Boston Bruins 2 (36-25-13, 85 pts) *F/OT New York Rangers 5 (47-19-7, 101 pts) - Ottawa Senators 1 (37-25-11, 85 pts) San Jose Sharks 6 (36-30-8, 80 pts) - Detroit Red Wings 4 (39-22-12, 90 pts) Nashville Predators 3 (46-21-8, 100 pts) - Tampa Bay Lightning 2 (46-22-7, 99 pts) Florida Panthers 4 (34-26-14, 82 pts) - Toronto Maple Leafs 1 (27-42-6, 60 pts) Winnipeg Jets 5 (39-24-12, 90 pts) - Montreal Canadiens 2 (46-21-8, 100 pts) Colorado Avalanche 4 (33-28-12, 78pts) - Vancouver Canucks 1 (43-26-4, 90pts) NBA: Milwaukee Bucks 111 (36-36) - Indiana Pacers 107 (31-41) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

(7) Wichita St. Fends Off (10) Indiana, Sets Up Matchup with Kansas

(7) Wichita St. Fends Off (10) Indiana, Sets Up Matchup with Kansas Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images (OMAHA, Neb.) -- Fred VanVleet tied a career high with 27 points, and Wichita State converted 29 of 34 free throws in route to eliminating No. 10 Indiana 81-76 in the second round of the Men's NCAA Tournament.The seventh-seeded Shockers got contributions from all over the board. Freshman Zach Brown scored a career high 11 points, and Ron Baker added 15 while hitting 7 of 8 free throws in the final two minutes.Wichita State (29-4) now advances to take on in-state rival Kansas, whom they haven't played since 1993."It's a big thing for the state of Kansas," said Baker, who is from Kansas. "A lot of houses are going to be divided. Being a player from Kansas, I'm really fortunate to be in this game. These types of games don't happen a whole lot."Indiana (20-14) received 24 points from Kevin "Yogi" Ferrell in the loss. Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/20/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/20/15 Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NCAA Men's Tournament - Second Round - Midwest Region: (2) Kansas 75 (27-8) - (15) New Mexico State 56 (23-11) (5) West Virginia 68 (24-9) - (12) Buffalo 62 (23-10) (7) Wichita State 81 (29-4) - (10) Indiana 76 (20-14) (4) Maryland 65 (28-6) - (13) Valparaiso 62 (28-6) West Region: (1) Wisconsin 86 (32-3) - (16) Coastal Carolina 72 (24-10) (8) Oregon 79 (26-9) - (9) Oklahoma State 73 (18-14) East Region: (2) Virginia 79 (30-3) - (15) Belmont 67 (22-11) (3) Oklahoma 69 (23-10) - (14) Albany 60 (24-9) (4) Louisville 57 (25-8) - (13) UC Irvine 55 (21-13) (5) Northern Iowa 71 (31-3) - (12) Wyoming 56 (23-11)  (7) Michigan State 70 (24-11) - (10) Georgia 63 (21-12) South Region: (1) Duke 85 (30-4) - (16) Robert Morris 56 (20-15) (7) Iowa 83 (22-11) - (10) Davidson 52 (24-8) NBA: Orlando Magic 111 (22-49) - Portland Trail Blazers104 (44-23) Philadelphia 76ers 97 (17-52) - New York Knicks 81 (14-55) Cleveland Cavaliers 95 (45-26) - Indiana Pacers 92 (30-28) Brooklyn Nets 129 (28-39) - Milwaukee Bucks 127 (34-35) - 3 Overtime Miami Heat 108 (32-36) - Denver Nuggets 91 (26-44) Chicago Bulls 108 (42-28) - Toronto Raptors 92 (41-48) Oklahoma City Thunder 123 (39-30) - Atlanta Hawks 115 (53-16) San Antonio Spurs 101 (43-25) - Boston Celtics 89 (30-38) NHL: New Jersey Devils 3 (31-29-11) - Buffalo Sabres 1 (20-44-7) Tampa Bay Lightning 3 (44-21-17) - Detroit Red Wings 1 (38-21-11) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/19/15

Scoreboard Roundup – 3/19/15 Hemera/Getty Images (NEW YORK) -- NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament –Second Round – East Region: (1) Villanova 93 (33-2) – (16) Lafayette 52 (20-13) Midwest Region: (3) Notre Dame 69 (30-5) – (14) Northeastern 65 (23-12) (8) Cincinnati 66 (23-10) – (9) Purdue 65 (21-13) OT (6) Butler 56 (23-10) – (11) Texas 48 (20-14) South Region: (5) Utah 57 (25-8) – (12) SF Austin 50 (29-5) (11) UCLA 60 (21-13) – (6) SMU 59 (27-7) (14) UAB 60 (20-15) – (3) Iowa State 59 (25-9) West Region: (2) Arizona 93 (32-3) – (15) Texas Southern 72 (22-13) (4) North Carolina 67 (25-11) – (13) Harvard 65 (22-8) (6) Xavier 76 (22-13) – (11) Mississippi 57 (21-13) (10) Ohio State 75 (24-10) – (7) VCU 72 (26-10) (14) Georgia State 57 (25-9) – (3) Baylor 56 (24-10) NBA:  Houston Rockets 118 (46-22) – Denver Nuggets 108 (26-43) Minnesota Timberwolves 95 (15-53) – New York Knicks 92 (14-54) NHL: Ottawa Senators 6 (35-24-11; 81pts) – Boston Bruins 4 (36-24-11; 83pts) San Jose Sharks 4 (35-28-8; 78pts) – Toronto Maple Leafs 1 (27-39-6; 60pts) Montreal Canadiens 4 (45-20-7; 97pts) – Carolina Hurricanes 0 (26-35-9; 61pts) Florida Panthers 3 (32-25-14; 78pts) – Detroit Red Wings 1 (38-20-11; 7pts) Washington Capitals 3 (39-23-10; 88pts) – Minnesota Wild 2 (39-25-7; 85pts) Winnipeg Jets 2 (36-23-12; 84pts) – St. Louis Blues 1 (45-20-6; 96pts) Follow @ABCNewsRadio Copyright © 2015, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
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