Thursday’s Games

Thursday's Games

Thursday’s Games

NHL Playoffs

First Round

N.Y. Rangers 3 Montreal 2 (OT)

(Rangers lead series 3-2)

Pittsburgh 5 Columbus 2

(Penguins win series 4-1)

Nashville 4 Chicago 1

(Predators win series 4-0)

Edmonton 4 San Jose 3 (OT)

(Edmonton leads series 3-2)

AHL Playoffs

First Round (Best-of-Five)

Albany 3 Toronto 0

(Devils lead series 1-0)

Charlotte 4 Chicago 0

(Checkers lead series 1-0)

NBA Playoffs

First Round

Milwaukee 104 Toronto 77 

(Bucks lead series 2-1)

Cleveland 119 Indiana 111

(Cavaliers lead series 3-0)

Memphis 105 San Antonio 94

(Spurs lead series 2-1)

MLB

American

Boston 4 Toronto 1 (10 innings)

Cleveland 6 Minnesota 2

Tampa Bay 8 Detroit 1

Houston 2 L.A. Angels 1

Texas 1 Kansas City 0 (13 innings)

Oakland 9 Seattle 6

National

Philadelphia 6 N.Y. Mets 4

Washington 3 Atlanta 2

Milwaukee 7 St. Louis 5

San Diego 4 Arizona 1

Interleague

Baltimore 2 Cincinnati 1 (10 innings)

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