4.09.2011

Les nouvelles

  • A day after Bryan Murray earns a contract-extension with the Ottawa Senators for three more years (Senators), Murray makes some big moves. Hours after their loss to the Boston Bruins earlier Saturday afternoon, the Ottawa Senators fire head coach Cory Clouston and assistant coaches Greg Carvel and Brad Lauer. Way to end the season, eh? Senators
  • Minnesota Duluth defeat Michigan 3-2 in the NCAA Hockey Championship in OT. This is the first national title for the Bulldog team. TSN
  • Australian footballer Brad Jones raises awareness about a disease that affects many. Jones's son, Luca, has been revealed to have his leukemia return. Let's reduce the amount of leukemia victims and see if we can raise awareness, donors, and donations for a cure. Perth Now 
  • Manny Ramirez (MLB player) has officially called retirement instead of facing the MLB drug ban. TSN 
  • Round 2 of the CHL playoffs. Here is your update:
    • OHL
      • Oshawa Generals level the series at 1-1 with a win against the Niagara Ice Dogs
      • Owen Sound Attack go up 2-0 games in the series against the Plymouth Whalers after yet another win
      • Mississauga Majors continue to lead the series 1-0 against the Sudbury Wolves
      • Windsor Spitfires still hold the 1-0 series lead against the Saginaw Spirit
    • QMJHL
      • Lewiston MAINEiacs level the series 1-1 with a win against the Montreal Junior
      • Victoriaville Tigres take a win to level the series at 1-1 against the St. John Sea Dogs
      • Quebec Remparts go 2-0 up on the Shawinigan Cataractes after a win Saturday night
      • Drummondville Voltigeurs take a big 2-0 series lead after another win against the Gatineau Olympiques
    • WHL
      • Kootenay Ice needed OT to make the series 2-0 against the Saskatoon Blades
      • Medicine Hat Tigers take a strong 2-0 series lead after they shutout the Red Deer Rebels in a 5-0 win
      • Tri-City Americans take a solid win over the Spokane Chiefs and go up 1-0 in the series
      • Kelowna Rockets continue to hold the 1-0 series lead against the Portland Winterhawks

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