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Topic - Erik Johnson
The state at 7:15 p.m.
Erik Johnson saved the night for Colorado with his quick feet and thinking.
Paul Stastny sweated out the trade deadline, wondering if his big, expiring contract and Colorado's desire to beef up its blue line might lead to his departure from Denver.
Avisail Garcia nearly made a game-saving catch. Instead, the right fielder ended up with a jammed left shoulder.
The Colorado Avalanche are on a roll heading into the postseason.
A Bismarck eighth-grader will represent North Dakota at the National Geographic Bee next month.
Rookie right-hander Erik Johnson put the White Sox in a big hole early.
Alex Gordon got the big hit and Norichika Aoki and Omar Infante spent all day setting the table.
Paul Konerko and Marcus Semien homered for the Chicago White Sox, who overcame Robinson Cano's four RBIs in a 7-6 win over the Seattle Mariners on Monday.
Albert Pujols doubled twice, Mike Trout hit a solo homer and the Los Angeles Angles beat the Chicago White Sox 14-10 Wednesday.
Colorado is in the mix for one of the top playoff seeds in the Western Conference, and first-year coach Patrick Roy thinks the Avalanche are one of the NHL's biggest surprises.
Patrick Roy returned to the Colorado Avalanche to restore the glory years he helped forge, and he's enjoying the ride with a young team playing at a high level.
Boston College coach Erik Johnson wanted a chance to have the fans say goodbye to injured forward Katie Zenevitch and couldn't have been more thankful that Maryland coach Brenda Frese agreed.
Colorado Avalanche defenseman Erik Johnson has been suspended by the NHL for two games without pay on Tuesday for slashing New York Islanders forward Frans Nielsen.
The schedule says things have get a little easier for the Boston College women, who have lost three of their last four games, all against top 10 teams.
"I didn't think I could get it, then I turned on the afterburners and it slowed down and turned on its edge and I was able to make a last-ditch, desperation effort," said Johnson, whose team took it easy Friday rather than go through a taxing workout. "That's just one of the plays in the game that was fun to make and help the team win."
"I think any time you come back like that in a playoff game, luck's on your side a little bit," he said. "I thought we played a good game toward the end. We'll take it, but we realize we have a lot more to give and they outplayed us."