Anyone have a link to a stream of the game? I'm not anywhere close to a bar showing the game.
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Didn't take long for Czech to score, about 2 minutes into the game 1-0
LA is up 4-0 in the 2nd. If they hold on for the win, they will become the first team to clinch the Cup at home since 2007.
No M alumni currently playing for LA, unfortunately, so no new Wolverines will get their name on the cup. Jack Johnson has to be pissed he was traded to Columbus, even more than he was before.
EDIT: It's final, LA wins the game 6-1, the series 4-2, and clinches the first Stanley Cup in the history of the Los Angeles Kings franchise.
France vs. England right now, with Ukraine vs. Sweden later.
Great matchup of the cross-Channel rivals today, who are the two favorites in Group D. A pet peeve: announcers always say England has had "46 years of misery." But obviously, they weren't miserable immediately after 1966, when they won it all. It should be more like 42 years.
My prediction is that Vettel finaly wins the race for Red Bull. An other MgoF1 fans watching the race?
-Race is on Fox at 2pm, pre-race show is on SPEED
Djokovic is going for history (a career Grand Slam, plus four GS titles in a row) but he's up against the king of clay, Nadal, going for his seventh French title.
Nadal won the first two sets (interrupted by a rain delay) but Djokovic just won the third. Comeback in the making?
Stream available on thefirstrow.eu
I've got Bradley on points. Who do you got?
Craig Forys, Sr distance runner for the Michigan Men's T&F team completed a thrilling race running 8:40.66 to finish second in the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championship Meet in Des Moines, IA! Great job and congratulations on a guty race and fabulous career! Outstanding Michigan Man!!
Less than a year after breaking both ankles in competition, Michigan gymnast Sam Mikulak is in third place going into the finals of the 2012 national gymnastics competition, which airs today on NBC at 1:00 pm Eastern. As many of you know, Mikulak was 2011 NCAA National All-Around Champion as a freshman, and even after his major injuries managed to win the 2012 NCAA title in high bar. Last year’s U.S. national champion, Danell Leyva, is currently in first place (Mikulak was unable to compete in last year’s nationals because of the injuries), and 2011 world team bronze medalist John Orozco is currently in second.
Michigan freshman and last year’s junior national champion Adrian de los Angeles placed 18th overall in Day 1, and Michigan senior Syque Caesar is already set for the Olympics, competing for Bangladesh.
The highest combined scores from this championship and the U.S. Olympic trials held later this month will determine one member of the Olympic Team, after which the other four team members will be determined by committee.
Don't be distressed if you see him in a red uni. That's one of the uniforms for US national team (he's already a member). Maybe today they'll wear the blue.
UPDATE: One step closer to the Olympics. Finishes Nationals in third. With the smaller Olympics teams this year, not much room for specialists, so Sam's amazing consistency over the two-day competition is a major plus. Based on today's performances, the U.S. men's team should be a serious contender in London.