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NHL PLAYOFFS:Eastern Conference (Saturday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports

The Washington Capitals are one of the highest-scoring and most explosive teams in the NHL.  So it does not matter how many goals they are behind, the game is never over.

Nicklas Backstrom completed a hat trick by scoring 31 seconds into overtime, and the Eastern Conference top-seeded Capitals won at home against the Montreal Canadiens, 6-5 to even the first round playoff series at a game apiece.

Nicklas Backstrom (nhl)

Montreal led 2-0 after its first two shots, prompting Washinton to yank goalie Jose Theodore, and then went ahead 4-1. But with Alex Ovechkin producing a goal and three assists, the Capitals kept charging back.

Rookie defenseman John Carlson tied it at 5-all with 1:21 left in regulation, and Backstrom’s sizzling wrist shot past Jaroslav Halak won it.


Zdeno Chara and Michael Ryder scored 2 minutes apart in the third period and Boston rallied to tie the Eastern Conference series 1-1.

Zdeno Chara (nhl)

The Sabres not only squandered a lead entering the third period for the first time this season but also lost leading scorer Thomas Vanek, who didn’t return after he hurt his left foot in the first period.

Chara and Ryder both scored twice for the bruins who erased deficits of 2-0 and 3-2. Chara broke a 3-3 tie by snapping a shot over the right shoulder of goalie Ryan Miller with 12:37 left.

NHL PLAYOFFS: Western Conference (Saturday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports


Anze Kopitar scored on a power play 7:28 into overtime and Los Angeles overcame a two-goal deficit to beat Vancouver on the road, 3-2 tying the Western Conference series at a game apiece.

Anze Kopitar (nhl)

With the Canucks penalized for too many men on the ice after a sloppy line change, Kopitar got his own rebound in the slot and fired a quick shot that hit Roberto Luongo and then bounced off the butt end of the goalie’s stick.

NBA PLAYOFFS:Western Conference (Saturday results)

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Carmelo Anthony scored a playoff career-high 42 points and J.R. Smith’s fourth-quarter flurry of 3-pointers helped Denver beat Utah in Game 1 in Denver of the Western Conference playoff series.

Carmelo Anthony (nba)

Anthony, whose previous playoff high was 41 points against Dallas in the second round last year, benefitted from the absence of Utah Jazz forward Andrei Kirelenko who would’ve been guarding him. Kirelenko will not play in the series due to a re-injured left calf strain.

NBA PLAYOFFS: Eastern Conference (Saturday results)

compiled by staff


Kevin Garrett had 15 points and nine rebounds and Boston played Miami-style defense to beat the Heat in the Eastern Conference series opener.

Kevin Garnett (nba)

With 40 seconds left in the game, a scuffle broke out near the Miami bench resulted in two technical fouls against Garnett, an automatic ejection, and one each to Boston’s Glen Davis and Miami’s Udonis Haslem and Quentin Richardson.

Trailing 44-41 at halftime, the Celtics held the Heat to 32 points in the second half. They shadowed Dwayne Wade with backup guard Tony Allen and the Miami Heat star couldn’t get going in the game, though he scored a mild 26 points.


Joe Johnson scored 22 points, and Mike Bibby had 19 for Atlanta in Playoff game 1 of the Eastern Conference series, en route to a 102-92 victory.

Mike Bibby (nba)

Jamal Crawford, playing in the first playoff game of his 10-year career, scored 17 points for Atlanta.

Rookie Brandon Jennings led Milwaukee with 34 points.

The Hawks had mismatches all over the court, taking advantage of the fact that Milwaukee was without Andrew Bogut who’s season ended with an injury.

With James and O’Neal back in the lineup, Cavs roll in Game 1

Compiled by the staff

LeBron James and Shaquille O’Neal have only one goal, and they put a victory on the board as they work for a championship.

James had 24 points and four blocks and a slimmer O’Neal, playing for the first time since February 25, scored 12 points in 24 minutes to help #1 seed in the Eastern Conference. Cleveland beat Chicago 96-83 on Saturday in Game 1 of the playoff series.

O’Neal looked extremely sharp despite missing the Cavaliers final 23 regular season games after tearing a thumb ligament.

Shaquille O'Neal (nba)

Derrick Rose had 28 points and 10 assists for Chicago, which cut a 22-point deficit in the third quarter to seven in the fourth.

But as usual with the game-on-the-line, James took over and converted a three-point play with 2:29 left and Mo Williams followed with a 3-pointer to put Cleveland up 94-81.

Williams scored 19 points with 10 assists, and Antawn Jamison put up 15 points and 10 rebounds. The Cavaliers blocked 12 shots, 10 in the second half.

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