Trying to return to the Stanley Cup finals, the New York Rangers begin Round 2 of the NHL Eastern Conference series against the Washington Capitals at the Madison Square Garden. The match is on April 30, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
New York dispatched the Pittsburgh Penguins in Round 1 of the competition after winning three straight matches.
With the series tied at 1-1, the Rangers won both games away from home and set-up a thrilling 2-1 overtime win when they returned to the Garden. more >>
With both teams one step closer to the NHL Stanley Cup, the Anaheim Ducks host the Calgary Flames at the Honda Center in Round 2 of the Western Conference playoffs. The match is on April 30, 2015 at 10 p.m. ET.
Anaheim booked their place in the second round after a dominating performance against the Winnipeg Jets in the opening of the post-season.
The Ducks beat the Jets in four straight games, scoring at least four goals in three of the four matches including a big 5-2 win in Game 4 to close things out. more >>
Jon "Bones" Jones, the Christian UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, was suspended indefinitely from the league Wednesday and stripped of his title after his alleged involvement in a hit-and-run accident, but the bantamweight division UFC fighter Michael "Mayday" McDonald wants the troubled athlete to know there is still hope in Jesus Christ.
Jones, 27, was arrested after fleeing the scene when his Buick SUV allegedly ran a red light and hit a car belonging to a pregnant woman, causing her to collide with a third car on Sunday in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The fighter who USA Today gave its top rank placement initially fled the scene, while the pregnant woman broke her arm, according to MMA Junkie reports.
According to a police report obtained by CNN, Jones fled the scene but returned to get some cash from his SUV before hopping a fence and running away. Albuquerque police officials reportedly found a marijuana pipe, marijuana and lists "drugs or medication" as a factor contributing to Jones making an illegal turn that caused the accident. more >>
Commenting on the devastating violence that took place on Monday in Baltimore, outspoken Christian professional football player Benjamin Watson explained that the pain, anger and tension that the city and its residents are experiencing can only be healed through the power of Christ.
The 34-year-old 11-season NFL tight end, who plays for the New Orleans Saints, is a frequent commentator on current events and has never been afraid to let his Christian convictions be heard. On Tuesday, Watson took to Facebook to voice his thoughts on the rioting, looting, injuring of cops, destroying of police cars, and homes and businesses that took place in Baltimore after the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray, who suffered a spinal injury while in Baltimore police custody.
Watson noted that Baltimore is not the first city to go through a violent uprising over police negligence, and likely won't be the last. He further asserted that the problems Baltimore faces right now are shared by the nation as a whole. more >>
Even though this young boy is disabled, he never fails to live life to the fullest. Braylon O'Neill is a resident of Cranston, Rhode Island and in most ways, he's just like any other 6-year-old around the country. He has no bones in his lower legs, and still manages to get around thanks to a brilliant technology advancement.
His friends call him "Bray," and he does many thing with them. Braylon loves to swim, run, play golf, learn the drums and a whole lot more. Unfortunately, Braylon was born with a birth defect. He had no bones in his lower legs and has to use prosthetic legs to do all these things. Microsoft found him, after seeing a video someone posted of him playing at an event. They contacted the family and used his story in an ad for the Super Bowl in 2015. A commercial like this will touch anyone's heart, that loves to play sports. Braylon is a hero for many people, and an inspiration for all.
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With the series on the line, the Tampa Bay Lightning host the Detroit Red Wings at the Amalie Arena for Game 7 in the first round of the NHL Stanley Cup playoffs. The match is on April 29, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
After getting a 3-2 lead in the series, Detroit had a chance to close out the series at home for Game 6.
However, Tyler Johnson reminded Detroit that they were not going down easily as he scored within the first four minutes of the game to give Tampa Bay the early lead. Jason Garrison then doubled the Lightning's lead with a snap shot inside the 12th minute to give the visitors a cushion. more >>