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NHL PLAYOFFS: Eastern Conference (Friday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports


Sidney Crosby scored a goal, prevented one and his stickhandling abilities led to Kris Letang’s winner late in the third period, and the Pittsburgh Penguins rebounded to beat Ottawa Senators 2-1 to even the Eastern Conference first-round series at a game apiece. The game was played in Pittsburgh.

Sidney Crosby (nhl)

Penguins goalie Marc-Andre Fluery turned aside 19 shots after the lone Ottawa goal.


Dainius Zubrus scored on a rebound with 4:04 to play and New Jersey beat Philadelphia in Newark, New Jersey to tie the Eastern Conference series at a game apiece.

Dainius Zubrus (nhl)

Zach Parise, Colin White, Andy Greene and Ilya Kovalchuk also scored and Martin Brodeur stopped 26 shots to help New Jersey avoid losing the first two games at home in the best-of-7 series.

NHL PLAYOFFS: Western Conference (Friday results)

compiled from staff and wire reports


Devin Setoguchi deflected in a loose puck for a power-play goal 5:32 into overtime and San Jose rallied to even the Western Conference series at 1-1. The game was in San Jose, California.

Devin Setoguchi (nhl)

Goalie Evgeni Nabokov earned his fifth overtime win in 13 playoff games. He allowed 5 goals on the first 13 shots he faced, getting mock applause when he stopped an easy dump-in midway through the third period.


J.P. Dumont scored twice in the final period and the Nashville Predators won for the first time on the road in the playoffs, rallying to beat the Chicago Blackhawks 4-1 in Chicago in the Western Conference quarterfinal opener.

J.P. Dumont (nhl)

It was Nashville’s first road playoff win in 11 tries and it was a dramatic one with former Blackhawk Dumont burning his former team in the third.


Henrik Zetterberg scored three goals, including the game-winner with 6:06 left, and Detroit beat Phoenix in Glendale to tie the Western Conference series, 1-1.

Henrik Zetterberg (nhl)

Zetterberg scored the deciding goal when he took a rebound off a shot by Todd Bertuzzi and fed it into an open net. He added an empty-net goal with 47 seconds left.

Stewart on the pole for first time in 5 years at Texas Motor Speedway

compiled from staff and wire reports

Sunday is Tony Stewart’s 400th Sprint Cup race and he’ll start from the pole.

Stewart won qualifying for the first time in five years, turning a lap of 191.327 mph at Texas Motor Speedway. It’s been 155 races since Stewart last won the pole, at Martinsville in October 2005.

It’s the third time Stewart has won the pole in Texas. He was the top qualifier twice in the IndyCar Series in the 1990′s.

Tony Stewart (nascar)

Former IRL star Sam Hornish, Jr., still winless in his third full Sprint Cup season, almost knocked Stewart off the pole. He settled for second with a lap 191.232.

Greg Biffle, who was denied a seventh straight top-10 finish to start the season last week in Phoenix, qualified third for Sunday’s race. Four-time defending Sprint Cup champion and current points leader Jimmie Johnson was fourth.

Furyk, Appleby and Owen catch Choi to share lead at Verizon

compiled from staff, wire and PGA Tour info

K.J. Choi did not have the type of second round that is needed to set a golfer up to win a tournament. On Friday at the Verizon Heritage in Hilton Head, S.C., Jim Furyk, Charles Howell, III and Greg Owen took advantage of Choi’s miscues to lead the second-round.

Jim Furyk (pga)

Furyk (68), Howell (67) and Owen (69) were tied at 7-under 135, a stroke ahead of a group that included two-time Verizon champ Boo Weekly and Stuart Appleby.

Choi couldn’t keep up with that trio and fell three shots off the lead after carding a 74 at Harbour Town Golf Links.

Furyk is the world’s sixth ranked player, but he missed the Masters cut for just the second time in 14 appearances.

But Furyk had to the media that he would due better in the tournament following the Masters.

It showed in the second round. Furyk stuck approach shots within 10 feet on the 13th and 15th holes for birdies. He caught Choi for the lead when he chipped in from just off the green on number 16.

Ted Ginn, Jr. goes from the AFC to the NFC

compiled from staff and wire reports

Ted Ginn, Jr. knows that his new coach Mike Singletary wanted him eventhough he hasn’t played a game for the San Francisco 49ers.

Mike Singletary called Ginn on Friday to personally welcome him to the 49ers family,

The former number 1 pick of the Miami Dolphins is heading to the Bay Area to help fill one of the 49ers biggest offseason needs in the process, and giving Ginn a fresh start in his career in the NFC West.

Ted Ginn, Jr. (nfl)

Ginn, a receiver and quality return man, was traded to San Francisco on Friday for a fifth-round pick–the 145th overall selection. Miami had Ginn on the trading block before they aquired Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall on Wednesday from the Denver Broncos.

Dolphins fans began booing Ginn the day he was drafted and never stopped. Taken with the ninth overall pick in 2007, he made only five touchdown catches in three seasons while averaging 13.0 yards per reception.

Ginn was more succesful on special teams, scoring on kickoff returns of 100 and 101 yards in the same quarter of a game against the New York Jets last season. He became the first player with two kickoff returns of at least 100 yards in the same game.

The 49ers hope Ginn can fulfill the potential he showed at Ohio State, where he tied an NCAA record with 8 touchdown returns.

Ginn drew criticism for running poor routes and shying away from contact. Last season he lost his job as a starting receiver and caught 38 receptions for 454  yards and one TD.

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