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Game-winners and no-hitters. Plus: The Secret History Of Tiger Woods; The Who Sox; Blame Butler; Timberwolves Land Tom Thibodeau For Phil Jackson Money; Loyola Investigating Sheryl Swoopes After Mass Transfers; and Everton Board Rumored To Hold Emergency Meeting.
* Dan Hampton.
2:00: Blackhawks Survive Game Five.
* Kane's Glorious Game-Winner:
Andrew Shaw and Curt Schilling insulted the gay and transgender community in recent days. But how they responded afterward suggests that one of them (Shaw) comprehends the ramifications of what he did, and the other (Schilling) does not.
Shaw, a Chicago Blackhawks forward, was suspended for Game 5 of his team's playoff series against St. Louis on Thursday night for shouting an anti-gay slur after being sent to the penalty box during Tuesday's game.
"I get it," he said after being disciplined by the N.H.L. "It's 2016 now. It's time that everyone is treated equally."
Schilling did not choose the road to contrition after he shared a post on Facebook that was an apparent response to the North Carolina law that bars transgender people from using bathrooms and locker rooms that do not correspond with their birth genders. On his blog, he snarled at "all of you out there who are just dying to be offended so you can create some sort of faux cause to rally behind."
The #Blackhawks are 16-0 in the playoffs when Marian Hossa scores a goal.— Mark Potash (@MarkPotash) April 22, 2016
* Not Duncan Keith?
I legit think Niklas Hjalmarsson is the toughest athlete in Chicago. And yes, I cover football.— Adam Hoge (@AdamHoge) April 22, 2016
20:23: Jake From The Cubs Sounds Unhittable.
* This made a comeback Thursday night:
* "It felt sloppy."
* Maddon: ""Pitch counts go out the window when it comes to no-hitters."
Prince, thank you for 3+ decades of brilliant music. #gameblouses— Jake Arrieta (@JArrieta34) April 21, 2016
* Four pitches away from perfect game.
* They meet every fifth day.
Hey @Reds, Arrieta no-hitter support group meets on Mondays.— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 22, 2016
57:07: The Who Sox.
58:09: Blame Butler.
* Previously: Iverson, Shaq and Swoopes!
1:03:26: Royal Blue Mersey: Everton Board Rumored To Hold Emergency Meeting.
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