Donald Lee Frantz, 48, passed away Monday, July 22, 2019 at his home in Aurora, Indiana. He was born June 30, 1971 in Lombard, IL. He attended Anderson University, where he enjoyed working on the radio station. Donald settled in his hometown of Aurora and was owner of a taxi business and other business ventures. A self-proclaimed Foodie, he could tell you the items in any dish you served and where perhaps you cheated on a certain ingredient. Some of his happiest times were preparing and participating in the annual gumbo festival, helping others (especially in the nursing home where his mother worked when he assumed the annual role of Santa) and enjoying all his nephews.Surviving are his father John (Kim) Frantz of Burlington, KY; sister Kristan (Matt) Donk and nephew Alex Juliano of Fort Wayne, IN; step-sister Sarah (Nick) Rollins and nephew Jack of Savage, MN; step-sister Beth (Gerald) South and nephew Oliver of Richmond, IN; step-brother Chris Brockman of Burlington, KY; Barbara Ulrey and Ulrey clan, uncle David Scharf of Aurora, IN; aunt Mary (Dennis) Anderson of Warsaw IN; dear friends Robin Ashcraft and family, Glenda, Raymond Hill and family; numerous cousins; and awesome friends. He was preceded in death by his mother, Susan Jane Frantz and grandparents, Margaret Halliday Scharf, Robert William Scharf, Vivian Louise Frantz and Darrel Max Frantz.Friends will be received Sunday, August 4, 2019, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm at the Rullman Hunger Funeral Home, 219 Mechanic Street, Aurora, Indiana.Services will be held at the Funeral Home at 4:00 pm.In lieu of flowers, friends are encouraged to splurge on their favorite snack (including of course a favorite recipe preferably with a Cajun kick) and make a donation to Aurora EMS in Donald’s memory.visit:www.rullmans.com
A win for Everton will certainly mean Moyes’ men, currently sixth in the table, will finish this season above seventh-placed Liverpool, with the current gap between them standing at five points after 35 matches played. It would be the second campaign in succession that the Toffees have secured a higher final position than the Reds, but Moyes’ focus is more on this term’s bigger picture – the hunt for a European berth. “You want to finish above every team – I wanted to finish above Manchester United and Manchester City this season,” Moyes said. “Do I want to finish above Liverpool? Of course I do. But it can’t be our sole objective, and I would be surprised if it was Liverpool’s to finish above us. “In terms of our target at the moment, we are looking to see if we can catch Tottenham or one of the other teams above us.” Everton are three points behind fifth-placed Spurs, having played one game more. Press Association Everton boss David Moyes has stressed his desire to beat Liverpool in Sunday’s Merseyside derby at Anfield is not driven by any sense of personal mission. Moyes has been in charge of the Toffees for 11 years, but is still to oversee an away victory against the Reds. The Scot has emphasised that if Everton pull off their first Anfield victory since 1999 this weekend, his thoughts will be on its significance for the club as a whole rather than for his own CV. Asked what it would mean to him personally if his side won this weekend’s Barclays Premier League clash, Moyes said: “Nothing personally. For Everton – for the team and the supporters – it will mean an awful lot, but personally, it is not an important thing really. I’m looking forward to trying to get a result for the supporters.”
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 6, 2012 at 7:04 pm Contact Michael: email@example.com | @Michael_Cohen13 Syracuse strong safety Shamarko Thomas was “feeling good” one day after he was part of a brutal collision with Pittsburgh tight end J.P. Holtz, a source close to Thomas told The Daily Orange on Saturday.The source also said the SU medical staff had not yet given Thomas a diagnosis of any potential injuries.Thomas and Holtz made helmet-to-helmet contact on a passing play late in the second half of SU’s 14-13 win over the Panthers, and Thomas was left motionless on the field for several minutes. The collision knocked Thomas’ helmet off and spun him around almost 360 degrees.Immediately, Thomas’ teammates as well as several Pittsburgh players went down on one knee, and some bowed their heads in prayer. The entire sideline behind the Syracuse bench rose instantly as Thomas and Holtz made contact, and spectators remained standing until Thomas was helped up.He was able to walk off the field under his own power.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAfter the game, SU head coach Doug Marrone said he had no update on Thomas’ status because he had not yet spoken with the trainers.“I just made sure it wasn’t anything drastic — something really bad,” Marrone said. Comments
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Like it has all season, Syracuse played like a shadow of itself on the road. SU never cut its deficit to single digits in the second half, and the Orange (17-13, 9-8 Atlantic Coast) lost big, 88-68, to No. 7 Louisville (23-6, 11-5) in the KFC Yum! Center on Sunday afternoon.Here are the best and worst from Syracuse’s eighth road loss of the season.Turning pointIf only for a five-minute stretch, Louisville looked mortal. The Cardinals allowed Syracuse to make up an early nine-point deficit by turning the ball over five times, capped off by a Tyus Battle 3 that gave SU a 17-13 lead with 10:06 to go in the first half. But from the point, the Cardinals flew away with the game. UofL buried seven consecutive shots (while the Orange had made only six total) to go on a 23-4 run to lead by 16 at halftime. Syracuse could never close the gap from that point.Stud: Louisville’s interior defenseAdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse knows how much it struggled to shoot the 3 against Louisville two weeks ago. The Orange misfired 25 times behind the arc, and missed 21 times on Sunday. It’s not that SU forgot that the Cardinals have been the ACC’s second-best 3-point defense. But the presence of 7-footer Anas Mahmoud and 6-foot-10 Ray Spalding sealed off almost every attempt to penetrate by the visitors.The Orange was left desperately hoisting long 3s while the Cardinals knifed their way through Syracuse’s defense on the other end of the court. It was a polar opposite picture all afternoon.Dud: Andrew WhiteIt took nearly 31 minutes for SU’s leading scorer to make a basket. That’s what kind of game it was against the seventh-ranked team in the country. After leading the Orange with 22 points against UofL in the Carrier Dome, White was shutout for most of the afternoon. He finished with only four points, and didn’t make a 3-pointer (0-for-7) for only the second time this season.Highlight: Johnson’s no-look saveThere weren’t many meaningful shots in the second half of Sunday’s blowout, but at least one UofL basket had a bit of artistry to it. As the ball was trickling out of bounds near courtside seats, Jaylen Johnson lunged toward the spectators and blindly flung the ball to halfcourt. Given how the game went for the Cardinals, it was appropriate that Johnson’s desperate save landed right in the hands of Deng Adel. The 6-foot-7 forward lumbered down the court with minimal resistance and easily laid the ball in to stretch the lead back out to 15.Lowlight: Game-opening shot clock violationIt didn’t take long to find out what kind game Syracuse’s offense was in for. At home against Louisville, Syracuse fueled its late-game comeback on a series of shots at or near the end of the shot clock. In the first possession of Sunday’s game, the Orange found itself in familiar territory.But with the clock winding down toward zero, Tyler Lydon found no room to move toward the rim. He moved away from the basket but couldn’t get a shot off as the buzzer sounded. It was the first of SU’s 16 turnovers, which UofL scored 28 points off. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on February 26, 2017 at 4:16 pm Contact Connor: firstname.lastname@example.org | @connorgrossman
AnnaMarie Gatti stood at the back of the circle and faced the outfield. She had just completed the second strikeout of the fourth inning and needed just one out to get out of a two-baserunner jam. She threw up two fingers.The ensuing groundout got SU out of trouble and contributed to the second shutout of her career in Syracuse’s (25-18, 7-11 Atlantic Coast) 2-0 win over NC State (22-24, 5-14). She struck out eight batters in seven innings, tying her career best. “I thought (Gatti and Romero) just competed,” head coach Mike Bosch said. “That’s the one thing I really saw out of both of them. They really went to batters and they took it kind of personally.”It was a continuation of Syracuse’s pitching dominant who won the first game of the doubleheader, 3-1, behind Alexa Romero’s career high 16 strikeouts. Syracuse got off to a quick start. An error in the first inning by third baseman Timberlyn Shurbutt on Hannah Dosset’s line drive scored freshman Miranda Hearn. But SU slowed afterwards. That was their only run until the sixth inning when a Michala Maciolek single scored Gabby Teran.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut the runs were on the board for SU, so it was up to Gatti to perform.The first batter she faced set the tone for the rest of the game. NC State center fielder Jade Caraway went out swinging, the first of many batters to do so.Gatti wasn’t aware she was close to a career high, she said. It wasn’t until after the game someone told her she struck out eight batters to tied her career best. Previously, she had only thrown that many against Savannah State during a tournament in February of 2017. It was the first time she reached that mark against a conference opponent. “I’m not a strikeout pitcher so like just to be able to get that amount of strikeouts against an ACC school is the biggest win for me,” Gatti said, “whether we would’ve won or not.”Gatti slowed a bit, starting the sixth inning by walking the first batter. She got behind on the next count and NC State’s Sam Russ stole second to get into scoring position with no outs.Maciolek, the catcher, approached the circle. She told Gatti to relax and reminded her that the team had her back. The next play, Gatti got a strikeout.“I think I would have been a little more worried if we would’ve gone 10 straight balls or something like that,” Bosch said, “but she came back with a good pitch, got a good strike.”Gatti also played a role fielding. Multiple batters hit the ball directly toward her. Each time she would pick the ball up, and do what associate head coach Alisa Goler calls her ‘sassy walk’. After picking the ball up, Gatti paused for a moment and watched the batter run to first before tossing the ball to the first baseman. “Gabby (Teran) told me she holds her breath every time,” Gatti said. But, this game, she completed the toss each time. It was her third complete game of the season as the regular season comes to a close, and the ACC Tournament awaits. “Anna did unbelievable. It was great catching her,” Maciolek said. “It was a lot of fun. She was hitting her spots, she was striking people out, it was great.” Comments Published on April 21, 2018 at 8:01 pm Contact Kaci: email@example.com Facebook Twitter Google+
Michael Ryan says special thanks are due to those who beat the Cats at Croke Park. Tipperary senior hurling manager Michael Ryan says the players that won the county’s first All-Ireland title in six years are a ‘tremendous bunch of men’.He made his comments at a special event in Upperchurch at the weekend which was held to celebrate the victory over Kilkenny.The Tipp boss is from the village while the team’s full-back James Barry also plays for the local club.
The good news for Paddy Power Betfair is that the company now has certainty over the succession to outgoing chief executive Breon Corcoran, writes Scott Longley, with ex-WorldPay executive Peter Jackson to be officially anointed in early January.However, the slightly less good news is that he has a lengthy order of business to address if he is to achieve the grand hopes for the merged entity which is now one-and-a-half year years into an integration plan._______________This week’s third-quarter trading statement was described as “encouraging” by the company and certainly it showed signs that it was reaping the benefits of many of the recent merger rationalisations (job cuts and cost-cutting) with EBITDA up 7 percent to €121m.But the detail of trading performance was less rosy. Retail was good with revenues up 12 percent for the period and the US (up 18 percent) and Australia (up 29 percent) were buoyant. However, the European online business saw revenues decline 3 percent, albeit compared to last year when there was the tail end of a major football tournament taking place.Within that, sports was down 3 percent despite wagering growth of 10%, largely due to an 80 basis points fall in margin to 6.6 percent. Gaming was flat year-on-year.Corcoran has previously made much of the difficulties of competing in the gaming space. But the degree to which competition across the whole of Paddy Power Betfair’s regulated markets businesses is taking its toll would appear to be evident from the 4 percent fall in point of consumption regime revenues while the unregulated quotient (which has been going backwards until recently) rose 10 percent. These markets now account for 9 percent of online revenues.Questions also have to be asked about the betting exchange which was down 5 percent year-on-year and continued a “lacklustre trend” despite the tougher comparatives from last year, suggested Paul Leyland at Regulus Partners.Jackson undoubtedly has the firepower to fund whatever changes he might wish to bring to the business to enable the core online arm to get to the point of being able to fire on all cylinders. The company’s full-year guidance for EBITDA is now €450m-€465m, and according to analysis from Cenkos that will flow through to an estimated net cash flow of €308m this year rising to an estimated €464m in 2019. It gives Jackson him plenty of ammunition in terms of marketing and promotions.Simon French at Cenkos suggested that further M&A might be in the offing once Jackson takes the reins (and with the protracted triennial review finally being concluded at around the same time). Still, the obvious lesson – once again – is the degree to which post-merger integration issues can hold a business back.Paddy Power Betfair need look no further than its Sportsbet business in Australia for how a lack of distractions can allow a business to power on.Despite further regulatory tightening net revenue rose 29 percent for the quarter, representing an acceleration on the 21 percent recorded in the first half.On the conference call, the company noted that it believes that the instigation of further point of consumption tax (PoC) regimes will come on a state-by-state level rather than as a Federal move. The management noted that Tasmania is the latest to signal it hopes to propose a 15 percent tax rate.Leyland noted that even with the introduction of PoC in Western Australia, for instance, the business is “better placed to bear” the extra circa $12m in annualised costs. “Sportsbet continues to be the jewel in the crown, possibly due to the lack of merger business disruption and also a less capable (if not less crowded) competitive set.”For French, an obvious starting point for Jackson would be to cast a fresh eye over Paddy Power Betfair’s decision to concentrate almost exclusively on regulated earnings For him, the rise in third-quarter unregulated revenues might be a precursor to a more concerted strategy reverse.“We have long questioned Paddy Power Betfair’s aversion to unregulated markets given the strong growth opportunities available,” he says. “We think a fresh pair of eyes may conclude that certain countries in South America, Asia and Africa all offer acceptable risk reward opportunities.” Flutter begins ‘new era’ by completing merger with Stars Group April 30, 2020 Flutter moves to refine merger benefits against 2020 trading realities August 27, 2020 Scott Longley – Confusion reigns over FDC’s second betting rights deal July 14, 2020 Submit Share Related Articles StumbleUpon Share
NO. 3: COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 9 UCLA at WASHINGTON Details/TV: At Husky Stadium in Seattle, Saturday, 12:30 p.m., Ch. 7The Bruins (4-3, 2-2) haven’t played the Huskies (6-1, 3-1) since 2014 – a 44-30 win at Seattle behind Brett Hundley’s two rushing and two passing TDs. Washington has given up only 74 points this season, fewest in the Pac-12 and second-fewest in the nation behind Penn State.Also in College Football Week 9:Penn State at Ohio State, Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Channel 11; Georgia vs. Florida in Jacksonville, Fla., Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Channel 2; North Carolina State at Notre Dame, Saturday at 12:30 p.m., Channel 4; Oklahoma State at West Virginia, 9 a.m., Channel 7; Georgia Tech at Clemson, Saturday at 5 p.m., Channel 7; Texas Tech at Oklahoma, Saturday at 5 p.m., ESPN2; Washington State at Arizona, 6:30 p.m., Pac-12 Network; Stanford at Oregon State, Thursday at 6 p.m., ESPN; Cal at Colorado, 11 a.m., Pac-12 Net. Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook and other NBA stars pay tribute to Kobe Bryant Horse dies after injury during workout at Del Mar Photos: Lakers defeat Trail Blazers in Game 4 of first-round playoff series NO. 4: NFL WEEK 8 CHARGERS at PATRIOTS Details/TV: At Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, Sunday, 10 a.m., Ch. 2The Chargers haven’t had to make a trip to the greater Boston area for a game since Week 2 of 2011, when Phillip Rivers threw for 378 yards, but it was no match to Tom Brady’s 434 in a Patriots’ 35-21 victory. Chargers tight end Antonio Gates we held without a catch.Also in NFL Week 7: Washington at Philadelphia, Monday at 5:30 p.m., ESPN Also in NFL Week 8 where the Rams have a bye: Miami at Baltimore, Thursday at 5:25 p.m., Channel 2; Minnesota vs. Cleveland in London, Sunday at 6:30 a.m., NFL Network; Pittsburgh at Detroit, Sunday at 5:30 p.m., Channel 4; Dallas at Washington, Sunday at 1:25 p.m., Channel 11NO. 5: NBA: WIZARDS AT LAKERSDetails/TV: At Staples Center, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., ESPN, Spectrum SportsNetThe first weekend of the NBA regular season wasn’t over before Lonzo Ball released his new rap single, “Super Saiyan”It includes the hook: “Triple B’s, I’m the man. I’m leveled up, I’m Super Saiyan. You said I can’t, but I can. Triple B’s got the plan. I had to stunt on my haters, I had to show ’em who’s boss. I had to flex on my haters, diamonds they drippin’ in sauce.” And you thought this was just going to be a normal Lakers season. The Wizards (2-0) and John Wall ran past Philadelphia and Detroit for their first two wins.Also this week: Lakers vs. Toronto at Staples Center, Friday at 7:30 p.m., SSN; at Utah, Saturday at 6 p.m., SSNNO. 6: NBA: JAZZ AT CLIPPERS Details/TV: At Staples Center, Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., Prime TicketThe Clippers lead the league already in point differential – a plus 29.0 – after two conference wins. Rudy Golbert (16 points, 13 rebounds) helped the Jazz knock off OKC in its last game.Also this week: Clippers at Portland, Thursday at 7 p.m., Prime Ticket; vs. Detroit at Staples Center, Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Prime Ticket On Mamba Night, the Lakers make short work of Blazers to take 3-1 series lead NO. 7: NHL: KINGS at MAPLE LEAFS Details/TV: Monday at 4 p.m., FSWThe Kings’ franchise-best 6-0-1 start surely is more pleasant than all those other times the team began the season 0-3 and went scrambling for answers. This intriguing six-game, 10-day road trip continues with stops in Ottawa (Tuesday, 4:30 p.m.), Montreal (Thursday, 4:30 p.m.) and Boston (Saturday, 4 p.m.)NO. 8: NHL: DUCKS at FLYERS Details/TV: Tuesday, 4 p.m., Prime TicketSix of the Ducks’ first seven games were at home, so a four-game road trip starting here and continuing to Florida (Thursday, 4:30 p.m.) and Tampa Bay (Saturday, 4 p.m.) means they aren’t back home until Nov. 1.NO. 9: GOLF: PGA TOUR CHAMPIONS POWERSHARES QQQ CHAMPIONSHIP Details/TV: At Sherwood Country Club in Thousand Oaks, Friday-Sunday, Golf ChannelThis second event in the Charles Schwab Cup playoff cuts the field from the 54 who make it here to 36 for the championship in two weeks in Phoenix and a $1 million bonus. Bernhard Langer, a winner last Sunday in Richmond, Va., continues to dominate the tour with six titles and 15 Top 10s. Tom Pernice Jr., the defending champ at Sherwood, holds the No. 48 spot in the standings. More info: www.pgatour.com/championsNO. 10: GOLF: HSBC CHAMPIONSHIPS Details/TV: At the Sheshan International Golf Club in Shanghai, China, Thursday-Sunday, Golf ChannelWe’re four weeks into the 2017-18 season, and this World Golf Championship event, known as “Asia’s Major,” is worthy of attention with a $9.7 million purse. Hideki Matsuyama won this last year, along with a $1.19 million payday. Dustin Johnson has committed to playing in this as well. Ranking the top 10 sports events Oct. 23-29 you won’t want to miss:NO. 1: 113th WORLD SERIES DODGERS vs. ASTROSDetails/TV: Games 1 and 2 at Dodger Stadium, Tuesday and Wednesday, 5:09 p.m., Ch. 11If we’re still all about keeping things 100, we should consider:= This is the first Fall Classic matchup of teams that each won at least 100 games in the regular season since 1970. That’s when the 108-win Orioles outlasted the 102-win Reds – a season that the Dodgers won 87 and the Astros were at sub-.500 with just 79 in the NL West. There were no wild cards or anything like that, otherwise the Dodgers had the third-best record in the league.= Only one player on either team has a batting average that is 100 points or better in the playoffs than it was during their regular season. That would be the Dodgers’ Yasiel Puig — .414 (12 for 29) versus .263. Interestingly, Jose Altuve, hitting .400 (16-for-40) in 11 playoff games, is only 54 points higher than his MLB-best .346 average in the regular season.= Will Corey Seager’s back be 100 percent healthy to get back on the Dodgers’ active roster? We will wait to see how things progress by Tuesday morning.= Justin Verlander, Dallas Keuchel and Charlie Morton have combined to throw 862 pitches in the postseason as Houston’s main starting pitchers. That’s a few 100 more than what Dodgers starters Clayton Kershaw, Rich Hill and Yu Darvish (588) have been asked to toss thus far.= Finally, temperatures are supposed to hit a high of 100 degrees sometime Tuesday prior to Game 1, and dip closer to the low 90s by 5 p.m. first pitch.Also this week: Games 3, 4 and 5 at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Friday and Saturday at 5:09 p.m., Sunday at 5:16 p.m., Channel 11NO. 2: COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 9 USC at ARIZONA STATEDetails/TV: At Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona, Saturday, 7:45 p.m., ESPNBack to the carving board as Trojan Nation goes into crisis mode. Even though the Pac-12 South still has some wiggle room, AP No. 21 USC (6-2, 4-1), on a trajectory to land in San Diego’s Holiday Bowl if those who predict such things are correct, should be weary of the pitchfork of ASU (4-3, 3-1). The Sun Devils’ followed up a 13-7 triumph over then-No. 5 Washington on Oct. 15 with a convincing win at Utah on Saturday.Related Articles Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
The sports hall ” Ramiz Salčin” in Mojmilo, will be the host of a very special sport event. This event will take place on Saturday, the 22nd December. This very special sport event is the New Year mini-tournament in indoor football. All four indoor football teams will participate on this event. The goal of this event is to promote indoor sports.The mini-tournament is being organized by the Sports Society ” Alipašino polje” and JP ”Lokom” Sarajevo. The goal of this event is to promote the female volleyball team from Alipašio polje, as one of the youngest sports team in the area of the Municipality Novi Grad Sarajevo. Their carrier has just started and they have already scored significant results that will, we hope, bring them better future.The visitors of the sports hall ”Ramiz Salčin” will have the opportunity to enjoy the matches of the aforementioned teams. The entrance for this tournament is free for all who want to come.
Despite it being Sidney Crosby’s 33rd birthday, the Penguins came out flat and didn’t have much offense in this one outside of a few sporadic moments. In fact, the high-powered offense was held to just three high-danger chances for (per Natural Stat Trick). Montreal took advantage of the lackluster effort to move on.While the qualifying round was expected to be unpredictable, this result is a surprising one. The Canadiens didn’t even have a sniff of the playoffs when the season was paused.Back on March 12, Claude Julien’s squad had a 31-31-9 record and were nine points out of the postseason with three teams between them and the last wild-card spot. They were tied for 18th in goals for (212), tied for 23rd in goals against, in the bottom third on special teams, and in the midst of a three-game losing streak. When the June 26 draft lottery happened, everyone was gearing up to potentially see Québécois star Alex Lafreniere get drafted by Quebec’s team. Now, there’s a chance Lafreniere will be skating with fellow Rimouski Oceanic alum Sidney Crosby.MORE: Phase 2 draft lottery explainedThe Canadiens will have to wait until Saturday to find out who they’ll face. It’ll either be the Lightning or Flyers, who meet in their respective final round-robin game.Sporting News had all the action as the Canadiens eliminated Sidney Crosby — on his birthday — and his Penguins in four games.Penguins vs. Canadiens scores, updates, highlights(All times are Eastern)Final score: Canadiens 2, Penguins 0Third period: Canadiens 2, Penguins 06:27 p.m. — GOAL. Shea Weber sends it 200 feet as he rings it around from behind his own net and it caroms into the empty net. Canadiens lead 2-0.6:27 p.m. — Schultz with a shot that’s turned away.6:25 p.m. — Penguins pull Jarry. 6:25 p.m. — Malkin with a sharp-angle shot that is stopped by Price.6:21 p.m. — Crosby gets a chance but his shot is deflected into the seats by Ben Chiarot. A lucky fan will get that one.6:20 p.m. — For a team that entered the game facing elimination, there hasn’t been much urgency thus far from the Penguins. Will they be able to turn it on now?6:19 p.m. — GOAL. Canadiens take the lead on a delayed call. Byron gets hooked as he takes the puck around the net and feeds it in front to Artturi Lehkonen, who buries it with just over four minutes remaining. Canadiens take a 1-0 lead.The @CanadiensMTL break the deadlock late in the 3rd! #StanleyCup pic.twitter.com/02XmiIPZsI— #StanleyCup Qualifiers on NBC (@NHLonNBCSports) August 7, 20206:02 p.m. — Crosby rings one off the pipe. No birthday luck here as he looks skyward.Crosby rings iron on the PP. #LetsGoPens pic.twitter.com/YJsxMHJNn2— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@TheReplayGuy) August 7, 20206:01 p.m. — Penguins get their second power play of the day. They had zero shots during their first man advantage.5:57 p.m. — Brendan Gallagher gets the spring pass from Tatar and is robbed by the glove of Jarry. He was also stopped by Jarry less than a minute into the period on a shot from the right circle.YOU SHALL NOT PASS! https://t.co/MLbXKN4Gu9 pic.twitter.com/s666QMnxul— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) August 7, 20205:55 p.m. — Canadiens swarming and controlling play. Paul Byron with a shot that goes off the outside of the post.Paul Byron rings iron. #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/aPOZQqu6hx— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@TheReplayGuy) August 7, 20205:53 p.m. — Third period is underway. Who will score first?Grosse 3e période.Huge 3rd period. #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/cpY6niD1b3— Canadiens Montréal (@CanadiensMTL) August 7, 2020Second period: Penguins 0, Canadiens 05:34 p.m. — Double eggs still in Toronto as the second period flies by. Penguins still with the shots advantage (13-11). Per Natural Stat Trick, the ice was more tilted in the Canadiens’ favor as the second period wore on; they had a 70 percent CF%.5:27 p.m. — Canadiens will head back to the power play. Can they get their first power-play goal of the postseason?5:25 p.m. — Nick Suzuki with a short-handed chance. The kid is flying.5:21 p.m. — Penguins will head to the power play. Pittsburgh 3-for-15 entering Game 4.5:17 p.m. — Nick Suzuki comes close.5:15 p.m. — Maybe he was just giving him a birthday present.Carey tosses the puck at Sid after that save 😂 #GOHABSGO pic.twitter.com/f6N3k6Pevw— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@TheReplayGuy) August 7, 20205:15 p.m. — Off a bad line-change, Penguins break out 2-on-1, but Petry doesn’t give Guentzel a chance to shoot. Guentzel finds Crosby, who gets robbed by Price on the bad angle. So far, no birthday goals for the birthday boy. On the flip side, Petry does it all.Price save on Crosby. #GoHabsGo pic.twitter.com/glSToSIA0E— Here’s Your Replay ⬇️ (@TheReplayGuy) August 7, 20205:09 p.m. — Jarry has to make a tricky save off a faceoff. Still 0-0 in Toronto.5:08 p.m. — This game is must-see TV.Let’s Go Pens! #BurghProud pic.twitter.com/QgSF99zig5— Pirates (@Pirates) August 7, 20205:06 p.m. — The second period started three minutes ago but NBCSN had a live look-in of Predators-Coyotes. Spoiler alert: Predators tied it with 31.9 seconds left to keep their season going. First period: Penguins 0, Canadiens 04:45 p.m. — First period comes to a close goalless and the Penguins outshot the Canadiens 8-5. According to Natural Stat Trick , Pittsburgh controlled play with a Corsi For of 60.61 percent but it was Montreal that had the only high-danger chances (two) in the game.A look at the numbers after the 1st frame ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/PErwed5BuV— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) August 7, 20204:42 p.m. — Canadiens with some good pressure with under a minute left as Victor Mete gets a couple of looks.4:37 p.m. — Montreal is 0-for-10 on the power play in the series entering Game 4…and are now 0-for-114:34 p.m. — Evgeni Malkin gets called for high-sticking and the Canadiens will head to the power play.4:31 p.m. — Canadiens get a few chances including a Shea Weber shot — which, let’s be honest, no one wants to stand in front of.4:19 p.m. — Hornqvist rings one off the post. There was a little bit of daylight above the glove of Price and he was millimeters off.4:16 p.m. — Penguins controlling the puck down low and Dumoulin’s shot can’t find its home. 4:14 p.m. — The birthday boy, Sidney Crosby, rifles off a shot that Carey Price gets a piece of. It’s got to be exciting for the kid to play on his birthday.4:11 p.m. — Less than a minute in and Jarry gets tested by Tomas Tatar.4:10 p.m. — Game on. Not many pundits had this one correct — the No. 5-seeded Penguins have been eliminated by the 12th-seeded Canadiens.Led by the Vezina and Hart Trophy-winning Carey Price’s sixth career postseason shutout, Montreal skated away with a 2-0 win and advanced to the Stanley Cup playoffs first round Friday. Price turned aside 22 shots while Artturi Lehkonen potted the game-winner against Pens Game 4 starter Tristan Jarry with less than five minutes left in regulation. Habs captain Shea Weber then sealed the victory with a shot that rang around the boards from behind his own net. Pregame3:35 p.m. — Updates from warmies.We’ve got Cale Fleury, Ryan Poehling and Jordan Weal dressed for warmup. Presuming they are the extras.— Eric Engels (@EricEngels) August 7, 2020Ruhwedel AND Johnson on the ice for warmups. McCann is out there. Lafferty is NOT.— Dan Kingerski (@TheDanKingerski) August 7, 202011:07 a.m. — Jake Evans was injured in the second period of Game 3 on a hit by Brandon Tanev.Claude Julien says Alex Belzile is likely to replace Jake Evans tonight. He would be making his NHL debut at age 28 in a playoff elimination game.— Аrpon Basu (@ArponBasu) August 7, 202010:32 a.m. — Tristan Jarry named the starter for Game 4.Coach Sullivan continued: I think that transfers to a game environment. Tristan deserves a lot of credit for how hard he’s worked his game and where he’s at today. He’s a real good goalie.” (2 of 2)— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) August 7, 2020