American League rivals begin their season series as the New York Rangers welcome the Baltimore Orioles at the Yankee Stadium in the regular season of Major League Baseball. The match will be on May 7, 2015 at 7:05 p.m. ET.
So far, the Yankees have started the season well and lead the East with a 17-11 record. They recently finished a series against their biggest rivals the Boston Red Sox and the Toronto Blue Jays and are now set to meet the Orioles four straight times.
New York swept the Red Sox, much to the delight of the fans but lost the series against the Blue Jays after losing two out of three. They will have a chance to get back on track against Baltimore. more >>
After three straight wins, the Chicago Blackhawks try to wrap up their Western Conference series match-up against the Minnesota Wild in the NHL Stanley Cup. Game 4 will be on May 7, 2015 at 7 p.m. ET and will be played at Xcel Energy Center.
Peaking at the perfect time of the season, the Blackhawks have shown why there are one of the best teams in the league as they have won every match so far against Minnesota.
Only losing twice so far in the post-season, Chicago have won four straight playoff matches, and have steadily looked more dangerous as they go deep in the playoffs. more >>
After taking a commanding lead in their Eastern Conference semifinals series, the Tampa Bay Lightning look to advance to the next round as they face the Montreal Canadiens in Game 4. The match is on May 7, 2015 at 7 p.m. ET and will be played at the Amalie Arena.
Heading to Game 3, the Lightning have dominated the series, winning the first two games despite giving up home advantage to the Canadiens.
The first game ended 2-1 in an overtime win for Tampa Bay, then they continued their domination via a 6-2 thrashing in Game 2. more >>
Manny Pacquiao made it through "the fight of the century," but now he is battling with a shoulder injury and a number of fans who have decided to file lawsuits against the Filipino boxer.
Pacquiao,36, is the subject of five class-action lawsuits, according to ESPN reports. The website claims two lawsuits were filed in California, one in Las Vegas, Texas and another in Illinois with a numer of fans, pay-per-view buyers, ticket buyers and gamblers seeking upwards of $5 million in compensation.
Pacquiao was reportedly fighting while suffering from a longstanding shoulder injury that was aggravated further a little over two weeks before the fight against Mayweather. While the Nevada State Athletic Commission expects fighters to make their injuries known on a pre-fight medical questionnaire, ESPN reports that Pacquiao failed to reveal his injury, a decision which could likely cause trouble for him and the Top Rank boxing promotion company that represents him. more >>
Hoping to extend their lead in the series, the Tampa Bay Lightning host the Montreal Canadiens at Amelie Arena in the NHL Stanley Cup. The Game 3 match will be on May 6, 2015 at 7 p.m. ET.
Tampa Bay currently lead the series 2-0, winning both games away from home to the surprise of the Montreal faithful.
They opened the series up with a tough 2-1 double overtime win, with Nikita Kucherov scoring the winning goal inside the third minute of the fifth period. Tyler Johnson scored early in the third after a blank first two periods for both teams, but Max Pacioretty found the equalizing goal that forced the game to extra time. However, Tampa Bay looked to be the fresher of the two teams until Kucherov eventually found the winner to shock the home crowd. more >>
The Washington Capitals will look to gain a big 3-1 series advantage over the New York Rangers in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference semifinal match in the NHL Stanley Cup. To be played at the Verizon Center, Game 4 will be on May 6, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
The series was tied 1-1 before moving to Game 3, with both teams trying to get a big win in order to get the series lead.
Things were very evenly matched in the first period as both teams traded shooting instances and played defense well as the both teams came up blank after the first 20 minutes. However, the deadlock turned to a lead for the hosts as Jay Beagle scored his first goal of the playoffs in the 7:31 minute mark behind assists from Andre Burakovsky and Troy Brouwer. more >>