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New England Revolution home attendance is among the MLS’ pacesetters

Gillette Stadium Home of NE Revolution (2008 photo by J. Poreda via wikipedia commons)

Over the years, the New England Revolution have been one of Major League Soccer’s top drawing teams at home.

With only two home games left in the 2014 season, the Revs attendance is far ahead of 2013′s attendance figures.

Through 15 home games, the club has increased its attendance by 11.3 percent. The Revolution is averaging 15,178 fans at Gillette Stadium this season; that’s almost 2,000 fans per game ahead of the team’s average of 13,237 through 14 games last season.

During the 2014 season, New England claims the MLS’ fourth-highest attendance growth rate behind D.C. United (19.4%), San Jose (19.0%, which also includes a match at the 49ers’ Levi Stadium) and Toronto (16.9%) through the same amount of games a year ago.

On the season, the MLS is averaging a 1.8 percent growth in attendance through the same number of games.

NHL TV Schedule for Saturday, April 26 Stanley Cup Playoffs First Round

The National Hockey League has announced its updated starting time information for today’s games.

Game 5 of the series between the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Columbus Blue Jackets has been set for 7:00 p.m. ET in Pittsburgh. The game will be shown on the NBC Sports Network and CBC.

Game 5 for the series matchup involving the Colorado Avalanche and the Minnesota Wild has been set to start at 9:30 p.m. ET/7:30 p.m. MT tonight in Denver. The game will be seen on the NBC Sports Network and TSN.

Game 5 of the series between the Los Angeles Kings and the San Jose Sharks has been scheduled to start at 10:00 p.m. ET/7:00 p.m. PT tonight in San Jose. The game will be shown on CNBC and CBC.

42-year-old Selanne not ready to retire; re-signs with Ducks for another year

 

Teemu Selanne (megasportsnews.com photo)

Teemu Selanne is still in good shape, productive and still wants to play hockey.

The 42-year-old has agreed to a one-year, $4.5 million deal with the Anaheim Ducks which will allow him to return for his 20th NHL season.

Selanne has been a member of the Ducks for the past seven years, winning a Stanley Cup in 2007. He played in all 82 games last season without any injuries. He is the oldest player to accomplish that feat, no injuries in an 82-game regular season.

Next season, current free-agent goaltender, 43-year-old Dwayne Roloson may still be in the league and Dominik Hasek, who is 47, is talking about a comeback. Selanne for the moment is the oldest in the NHL.

A native of Helsinki, Finland, Selanne is the NHL’s 19th-leading scorer in history with 1,046 points in two decades playing for Colorado, San Jose, Winnipeg and Anaheim. A right winger, he is 12th NHL history with 663 goals and is very close to entering the top 10.

Anaheim’s Selanne hits another milestone

 

Teemu Selanne in 2010 (photo by Hockeybroad/Cheryl Adams via wikipedia commons)

Teemu Selanne is still playing solid hockey at 41 years of age. After all, hockey is a sport, that if you stay in shape, a player can play well into his late 40′s as Chris Chelios did recently.

Selanne scored on a power-play and had an assist as he moved into 20th place on the National Hockey League’s career scoring list with 1,395 points.

The Ducks won last night over the Chicago Blackhawks, 3-1.

Anaheim continues its playoff push by winning its ninth game in 12 games.

The Helsinki, Finland native has also played for Colorado, San Jose and Winnipeg since entering the NHL since 1988.

 

Info compiled from NHL, Anaheim Ducks, Radio & TV news

 

Strong first period leads Dallas over Columbus, 4-2

 

Jamie Benn scored 2 goals for Dallas (photo by Resolute in 2009 via wikipedia commons)

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Dallas Stars are fighting for a playoff spot and if they have the lead going into the third period, the law of averages favors them.

The Stars are 16-0-0 when leading after two periods, which ties them for first in the league. The last time they have lost a game in regulation when leading into the third period, was on October 31, 2009. From that point forward, they are 57-0-5.

Thursday night at Nationwide Arena, the Blue Jackets discovered why the Stars are so good in protecting a lead as the visitors prevailed, 4-2.

The Stars went up 3-0 21 minutes into the game, but the Blue Jackets scored two power-play goals and then had several chances to get the tying goal in the final period but couldn’t get the puck passed Kari Lehtonen who had 26 saves.

Jamie Benn scored two goals, Stephane Robidas had a goal and an assist, and Mike Robeiro added two assists for the Stars who badly need points every game because they are 12th in the Western Conference but only two points behind 8th place Minnesota for the final playoff spot.

Columbus, who has looked more like a real team under interim coach Todd Richards, scored twice in the second period, both on power plays. Vinny Prospal and Rick Nash scored, while Fedor Tyutin and Derick Brassard garnered two assists each.

It was a tough night for two players, defenseman Marc Methot left the game with a broken jaw and right winger Jared Boll broke his foot.

GAME NOTES:

*** NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, met with the media before the game and was in attendance. Earlier in the day, he made the announcement of the 2013 Winter Classic between Detroit and Toronto at the University of Michigan’s football stadium.

*** Scouts were in the pressbox at Nationwide Arena with the trading deadline just 2 1/2 weeks away. The scouts were from Nashville, Ottawa, Detroit, San Jose, New Jersey, Montreal, Vancouver, Chicago, St. Louis and Tampa Bay.

POST-GAME AUDIO FROM THE DALLAS STARS DRESSING ROOM:

49 556 Jamie Benn Dallas LW The first period start was a key for the Stars

49 557 Jamie Benn Dallas LW Tomas Vincour had a fine game tonight on line with Ott & Benn

49 558 Alex Goligoski Dallas Defenseman Big win for Dallas to started game well

49 559 Alex Goligoski Dallas defenseman It’s a battle every night for points & playoff spot

 

POST-GAME AUDIO FROM COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS PRESS CONFERENCE

49 544 Todd Richards CBJ coach Columbus not ready to start game in 1st period

49 545 Todd Richards CBJ coach Marc Methot’s injury

49 548 Todd Richards CBJ coach The Power Play was working tonight with two goals

49 549 Todd Richards CBJ coach Jared Boll’s injury

49 550 Todd Richards CBJ coach Derick Brassard is finally coming around as a player

 

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