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Andrew Shaw deflected a shot past Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask late in the third overtime and the Blackhawks took down the Bruins 4-3 in a riveting Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The Bruins and Blackhawks are headed for a third overtime in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, the first triple-OT game of the playoffs. Who will be left standing? Follow it here.
In a comprehensive story in this week's Sports Illustrated, senior writers Pete Thamel and Alexander Wolff go inside the Nevin Shapiro case at Miami and explore how the NCAA mishandled it. Here is some additional information that doesn't appear in the story. For the complete magazine story and to buy a digital version of the issue, go here.
The portrait of the NCAA enforcement department painted by more than 20 former and current employees is one battered by turnover, lawsuits and scandal, says Pete Thamel.
LeBron James was unusually passive in Game 3. Has San Antonio found the key to slowing him down? The best defense is often the one that's least expected, writes Ben Golliver.
CHICAGO -- There are so many things that simply pass in life, that flit through the consciousness and vanish into the discard pile of the brain. A mood. A whim. An NHL lockout.
BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil -- Imagina na Copa. The pessimist's war cry can be heard at the water cooler and in the elevator, in the padaria (bakery) and the bar. If you think Brazil's infernal traffic, dizzying crime rates and frequent airport chaos are bad now, then just imagine what it will be like during the World Cup.
SAN ANTONIO -- With the release of every last three-pointer, dropping on the heads of the Miami Heat like a relentless tropical rain, all the players on the San Antonio Spurs' bench inched forward in their chairs and rose in anticipation of the inevitable. They whipped towels. They ran sprints along the baseline. They leapt beneath the basket. Only one of them sat still amid the din.
BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil -- When the World Cup hopes and dreams of arguably the world's most successful footballing country rest on your skinny shoulders, you're going to need all the help you can get.
A state prosecutor for the northeastern region of Catalonia has lodged a lawsuit against Lionel Messi for fraud in unpaid income tax amounting to 4 million euros ($5.3 million).
With a 2-0 win against Panama, the U.S. is well past its earlier World Cup qualifying woes. After displaying a full effort, Tim Newcomb wonders if it can keep playing at this level.
What happened to LeBron James in Game 3? That's what Michael Rosenberg is wondering after witnessing the star's abysmal performance in the Spurs' 113-77 rout over the Heat.
SEATTLE (AP) -- Jozy Altidore continued his scoring blitz with a goal in his third straight match, Eddie Johnson thrilled his home club fans with a goal in the 53rd minute, and the United States took over first place in its World Cup qualifying group with a 2-0 win over Panama on Tuesday.