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Jacques Lemaire's exit was hardly unexpected. The Chicago Blackhawks' near departure was almost a much bigger stunner.
The Nashville Predators know they are playing the Anaheim Ducks. The opponent almost doesn't matter for a franchise that realizes making the postseason isn't enough.
South Africa's Charl Schwartzel is off to a fast start in the final round of the Masters, moving into a tie for the lead with Rory McIlroy.
It's a jacket like no other.
Tiger Woods has shot a 5-under 67 in the final round of the Masters, going to the clubhouse trailing leader Adam Scott by one stroke.
The Australians were headed for a very g'day at the Masters.
Charl Schwartzel marked the 50th anniversary of Gary Player's breakthrough first international win in the Masters with another South African victory at Augusta National.
Carlos Beltran had taken Nationals' left-hander Tom Gorzelanny deep twice already when he stepped to the plate in the top of the sixth, but it was his routine fly ball that stayed in the park that did the most damage Saturday night.
Rory McIlroy stood slumped over on the 13th tee, head buried in the crook of his elbow. There was still golf left to be played, but for a long moment he didn't move, as if he didn't want to face further punishment from a course that had suddenly turned on him.