Realty One


Thursday, June 4, 2015


Game 1 of the Stanley Cup final went to Chicago. The Blackhawks squeaked out a 2-1 victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning to open the series. Teuvo Teravainen and Antoine Vermette scored two goals in under two minutes to supply Chicago's offence.


The Pittsburgh Penguins could be up for sale. Pens' ownership said in a statement they are in the middle of a feeling out process that could include anything from an outright sale to selling a share of the team or standing pat. Penguins co-owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle have hired investment bank Morgan Stanley to explore their options.


Mark Buehrle earned his 11th career shutout, going the distance as the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Washington Nationals 8-0. Buehrle allowed just six hits and needed only 93 pitches to earn his seventh win of the season.


In the AL East, the Boston Red Sox split a day-night double header against the Minnesota Twins, the Baltimore Orioles fell to the Houston Astros 3-1, the New York Yankees toppled the Seattle Mariners 3-1 and the Tampa Bay Rays edged out the L-A Angels in 10 innings, 6-5.


James Shields threw seven strong innings to remain unbeaten and Will Middlebrooks drove in three runs as the San Diego Padres beat the New York Mets 7-3. Shields allowed two runs and six hits while striking out four en route to a 7-and-0 record.


Former FIFA executive committee member Chuck Blazer told a US federal judge that he and others on the governing body's ruling panel agreed to receive bribes to vote for South Africa to host the 2010 World Cup. Prosecutors unsealed a 20-page transcript of the November 2013 hearing in U-S District Court during which Blazer pleaded guilty to racketeering and other charges.



Anonymous said...

So much great sports coverage, everything from hockey (of course) to some guy named 'James Shields of the San Diego Padres... Okay yes I am starting to be a bit sarcastic...

But could it have hurt to have mentioned one little thing called the "NBA Championship"... After all it does start tonight (Thursday night). Oh that's right, ... I will be tuning in to watch 3 hours of San Diego baseball instead...

I know Regina and Sask are football and hockey first, but believe me in that millions of people across North America, including Canada, and including Saskatchewan believe it or not, will be tuning in to watch the NBA final that begins tonight; could it have hurt to at least mentioned it... maybe squeeze it in there between the Minnesota Twins coverage and the Tampa Bay Rays updates...


Anonymous said...

What is an NBA?