Patrice Bergeron scored the game-winning goal 6:05 into overtime as the Boston Bruins beat the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7. Bergeron also scored the goal that forced overtime right before the end of regulation. The Bruins will now face the New York Rangers (assuming the Ranges hold onto a 5-0 lead in the 3rd period) in a historic match up of two of hockey’s oldest rivals. Stick around after the game-winner for Maple Leafs fans exiting Maple Leaf Square like they were Bruins fans in the 3rd period of the same exact game. Just kidding. They stick around in disbelief for a while. It is kind of sad.
Matt Harvey has been very busy this year. Last month we wondered if Harvey was too focused on working hard in the offseason. I guess not. (…)
Also ordered to pay $12,000 in legal fees.
The Chinese Super League is throwing serious money around the soccer transfer market. Aspiring super club Jiangsu Suning bought Brazilian (…)
Happy-looking young couple.
Oh, Grumpy Cat, have you no pride?
Is “Signing of the Stars” the wave of the future?
Pat Haden will retire as USC’s athletic director on June 30.
Deion Sanders is seldom right, and wrong again.