The NBA playoffs start in Canada, as Toronto looks to end its playoff drought. What you need to know: Nets | Raptors » Series preview »Breakdown Playoff stars then and now »Matchup »
A slap shot to the face in Game 1 won't stop Ryan Getzlaf from trying to steer the Ducks to a 2-0 series lead. Story »Datsyuk lifts Wings »Habs roll, lead 2-0 »
Jarome Iginla has pursued the Stanley Cup for 17 seasons to no avail. Is now his time? Joe McDonald »Nyquist's next test »Habs-Lightning Matchups »
The main event says "Hopkins vs. Shumenov." But Bernard Hopkins fights Father Time each time he steps into the ring. Jeff MacGregor » Rafael: History in the making ... again? » Five keys »Hopkins Q&A
Another reason Monday's Boston Marathon will be special? It boasts the best of the U.S.. Bonnie D. Ford » Hall's road back »Why they run » Runner essays »Every second counts »Marathon blog » More »
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Alexander Steen's goal in the third overtime lifted the Blues past the Blackhawks 4-3.
Edwin Encarnacion's RBI single in the seventh lifted the Blue Jays to a 3-2 win over the Indians.
The Twins took advantage of three wild pitches from Sergio Santos and defeated the Blue Jays 9-5.
Knicks F Carmelo Anthony says he is done with rebuilding and wants to win a championship.
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