Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Monday, May 6

Gooooooooddddd Morning!We already had a sweep. And now we’re going to have at least one Game 7 in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs as well. The St. Louis Blues guaranteed that with an impressive 4-1 win in Dallas on Sunday afternoon. Goals by Jaden Schwartz and Sammy Blais just 33 seconds apart approaching the midway point of the third period blew open a 2-1 game and sent the Blues and Stars back to St. Louis for tomorrow night.Story continues belowAlex Pietrangelo, who opened scoring just 63 seconds…

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Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Monday, April 29

Goooooooddddddd Morning.Whether it’s “The Storm Surge” celebrations — or carrying on like a “Bunch of Jerks” — it’s working for the Carolina Hurricanes. After being held scoreless for 40 minutes, Carolina came out firing, with goals less than a minute apart in the opening 65 seconds of the third period to erase an early deficit for a 2-1 win over the Islanders and a 2-0 series lead.Story continues belowAnd it didn’t help New York’s cause when a late second period goal by defenceman Devon Toews was disallowed because referees said…

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Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Friday, April 26

Good Morning from Bradenton, Fla.The Bruins and Blues drew first blood in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs Thursday Night, both winning by 3-2 scores over Dallas and Columbus respectively.Boston needed overtime to sneak past the Blue Jackets as Charlie Coyle scored the tying and winning goals, setting a career high for goals in a post season with his fourth and fifth of these playoffs, while becoming the 11th overtime hero this spring.And Vladimir Tarasenko pulled the trigger on the go ahead and winning goals for St. Louis…

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Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Monday, April 22

Two games ago, it was a bit of an understatement to describe Martin Jones as the San Jose Sharks’ “embattled” netminder.His goals against average was north of five, his save percentage south of .800, and he was given an early hook in Games 2 and 4. But in a must-win Game 5 on Thursday night he stopped 30 shots in a 5-2 victory.Story continues belowLast night, Jones turned in the best goaltending performance of this post-season thus far, making 58 saves in the Sharks’ 2-1 double overtime win to send…

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Winnipeg city golf courses teeing off for 2019

If you’ve been waiting for spring weather to finally settle in so you can hit the links, you’re in luck – Winnipeg’s city-owned golf courses are set to open over the next two weeks.The city of Winnipeg owns four golf courses – two 18-hole courses (Kildonan Park and Windsor Park) and two nine-hole courses (Crescent Drive and Harbour View).READ MORE: Winnipeg coach headed to Masters with rising Canadian golf star Corey ConnersHarbour View and Kildonan Park officially open for the season April 19, while Windsor Park and Crescent Drive open…

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Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Monday, April 15

Gooooooooodddddd Morning!IF Jordan Binnington WAS in the heads of the Winnipeg Jets following the St. Louis Blues 2-1 and 4-3 victories at Bell MTS Place, the rookie St. Louis netminder certainly isn’t now. The Jets solved Binnington, and then some, for a 6-3 win in Game Three to cut the Blues’ lead in the series to 2-1. Patrik Laine scored for the third straight game, and said he and his team mates definitely needed that one.https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/patrik-laine.mp3Kevin Hayes, and Kyle Connor with his first of two on the night, joined Laine…

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Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Friday, April 12

Gooooooooodddddd Morning!Story continues belowGoing into the Stanley Cup playoffs, it could be argued there were four “pick ’em” series – while Tampa Bay, Boston, Washington, and Calgary were thought to be the favorites in their matchups. Last night the Caps, and Flames delivered, while the Bruins joined the Lightning in the “being upset” column. Patrice Bergeron gave Boston a 1-0 lead midway through the first, but Toronto goalie Frederik Andersen slammed the door shut the rest of the way for a 4-1 Leafs victory. The first series opening win for…

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Moore’s Morning Sports Briefing for Thursday, April 11

Gooooooooodddddd Morning!Last night’s opening game of the St. Louis series did nothing to calm the nerves of an already frazzled fan base of the Winniopeg Jets. A wide open Tyler Bozak scored from the high slot with two minutes and five seconds remaining for a 2-1 Blues win, and a steal of home ice advantage right from the get-go.https://shawglobalnews.files.wordpress.com/2019/04/bozak-on-gwg.mp3 Story continues belowThe tenth time this season the Jets have squandered a lead after 40 minutes — and Paul Maurice says the tying goal by David Perron four minutes into the third…

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Chipping in for Parkinsons

April 11 2019 8:51am The 4th Annual Chipping in for Parkinsons event is coming up in June and founders Jim and Rebecca joined us with how we can get involved. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) { var resp = jQuery.parseJSON( jQuery.ajax({ url: “/gnca-ajax/videoshare-links/{\”id\”:\”” + svp.releaseInfo.contentId + “\”}/”, async: false }).responseText); gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] = resp; } jQuery(‘#videoContainer’).gnca_socialVideoShare(‘init’, gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] ); } }; // don’t do on IE, doesn’t work yet if ( !gNews.Common.isIE && !gNews.Common.isTrident && gNews.Common.isFlash ) { var gnca_videoShareCallbackInterval = window.setInterval(…

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Winnipeg coach headed to Masters with rising Canadian golf star Corey Connors

The coach of a rising Canadian golf star says next week’s Masters tournament will be “nerve-wracking and super exciting” – and he’ll have a front row seat.Winnipegger Derek Ingram is the longtime coach of Corey Connors of Listowel, Ont., who earned his first PGA Tour victory Sunday and punched his ticket to the big event.“He’s been playing really good golf and not getting rewarded for it for about a month,” Ingram told 680 CJOB’s Sports Show.Story continues below“We knew he was playing good and training in the right direction, and…

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