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The Jets opened a big early lead, and routed the Red Wings 6-2 last evening. Goals by David Perron and Joe Veleno midway through the third period finally put Detroit on the scoreboard. Magnus Hellberg stopped 23 shots, and took the loss.
The Wings visit the Maple Leafs tomorrow night. Coverage will begin at 6:45 on 99.3 The Lift.
The Great Lakes Hockey League tournament continues today. This year’s tourney is being hosted by the Calumet Wolverines at the Colosseum.
Here is the schedule:
Group A: Fond du Lac Bears (1), Eagle River Falcons (4), Calumet Wolverines (5), De Pere Deacons (8)
Group B: Portage Lake Pioneers (2), Mosinee Papermakers (3), Fox Cities Ice Dogs (6), Marquette Mutineers (7)
Game 1 – 10:30 – Fond du Lac pounded De Pere 12-1.
Game 2 – 11:00 – Portage Lake blasted Marquette 10-2.
Game 3 – 1:30 – Eagle River defeated Calumet 4-2.
Game 4 – 2:00 – Mosinee got past Fox Cities 5-4.
Game 5 – 8:00 – Fond du Lac downed Eagle River 6-2.
Game 6 – 10:30 – Portage Lake edged Mosinee 7-6 in overtime.
Game 7 – 9:00 – De Pere v Calumet – Colosseum
Game 8 – 11:30 – Marquette v Fox Cities – Colosseum
Game 9 – 2:00 – Eagle River v Game 7 winner – Colosseum
Game 10 – 4:30 – Mosinee v Game 8 winner – Colosseum
Game 11 – 7:00 – Portage Lake v Game 9 winner – Colosseum
Game 12 – 10:00 – Fond du Lac v Game 10 winner – Colosseum
Game 13 – 1:00 – Game 11 winner v Game 23 winner – Colosseum
The semifinals of the NCAA Division I men’s basketball tournament will be played tonight. 5 San Diego State faces Florida Atlantic at 6:09. Connecticut takes on Miami of Florida at 8:49.
In the Division I women’s semifinals yesterday, LSU stunned Virginia Tech 79-72, and Iowa upended South Carolina 77-73. The championship game will be played tomorrow at 3:30.
The Pistons fell to the Rockets 121-115 last evening. Marvin Bagley III led Detroit with 21 points.
The Pistons have dropped 20 of their last 22 games, and visit the Magic tomorrow. Coverage will begin at 5:35 on 99.3 The Lift.
The NBA and the NBA Players Association have reached a tentative agreement on a new labor deal. Reports indicate it will run for seven years, and will include an eight-team, in-season tournament, which will probably be played in December.
The Tigers had yesterday off, and play at Tampa Bay again this afternoon. Spencer Turnbull will face Zach Eflin. Coverage will begin at 3:45 on 99.3 The Lift.
Detroit released a number of minor leaguers yesterday. They include Kris Anglin, who was acquired from the Braves in the Robbie Grossman trade last summer, and César Hernández, the veteran infielder who signed a minor league contract in the offseason. He was quickly picked up by the Mariners.
The Brewers also had yesterday off, and play the Cubs in Chicago again this afternoon. Brandon Woodruff will start against Justin Steele.
Milwaukee will be without infielder Luis Urías for a while, after he injured a hamstring while running the bases in Thursday’s loss. There are reports that outfielder Joey Wiemer will be called up to fill in.
Packers fans are mourning the death of fullback John Brockington. Drafted in 1971 in the first round after a stellar career at Ohio State, Brockington was named NFL Rookie of the Year, and became the first NFL player to rush for more than a thousand yards in his first three seasons. His production faded after that, and he was released midway through the 1977 season. He was inducted into the Packers Hall of Fame in 1984. John Brockington was 74 years old.
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