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20th May 2018

Two former BSU Beaver mens hockey players are headed to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals.  Brad Hunt and Zach Whitecloud...and the rest of the Vegas Golden Knights are headed to the Finals after the Knights beat Winnipeg Jets last night 2-1.  The Knights will play either Washington or Tampa in the Finals.  

In 1989 Joel Otto, who played his collegiate hockey at Bemidji State, was a key member of the Calgary Flames when his team outlasted Montreal 4-2 in the Stanley Cup final series, winning the clinching game at The Montreal Forum.

In 2007 former Bemidji Lumberjack Joe Motzko skated in three playoff games for the Anaheim Ducks and he celebrated with his teammates after Anaheim disposed of Ottawa four games to one in the Cup final.


The Bemidji Lumberjacks boys tennis team lost to Brainerd over the weekend to end their season.  The Jacks beat Moorhead in the first round, then lost to Brainerd in the second round.  The Section individual tournament starts today.


The Lumberjack baseball team played host to the Sagedahl Tournament this weekend.  Their game with Grand Rapids on Friday was suspended due to rain.  On Saturday, the Jacks beat Duluth East and Moorhead.  The Jacks will finish their game with Grand Rapids today in Grand Rapids...then will play a second game after.  The regular season ends tomorrow with the Jacks hosting DL for a doubleheader.


The Bemidj Lumberjack softball team got the number one seed in teh Section 8AAA tournament and will host either Alexandria or Sauk Rapids Thursday.  As teh number one seed, the Jacks get a first round bye.


The Bemidj Blue Ox baseball team won twice on the weekend.  The Ox beat the Park Rapids E-SOx 16-0 on Saturday, and beat the Crookston Reds yesterday 16-1.  The Ox travel to Marble on Saturday.


The Gophers softball team ended its season with a 5-3 loss to the Washington Huskies on Sunday night. 

Washington, ranked fifth in the country, won 5-3 to advance out of the Seattle regional of the NCAA Tournament and into the Super Regional, where they'll face Alabama in a best-of-three series next week. 

Minnesota ends the season with a 41-17 record and the bragging rights of winning the Big Ten Tournament for a third consecutive season.


The Twins earned a much-needed win by a score of 3-1 over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday at Target Field. 

The victory salvages the series after the Brewers won Friday and Saturday, and puts the Twins back in the winning column after losing five of their last six. 

The Twins improved to 19-23 on the season, just two games behind the first-place Indians in the division, but only one game ahead of Ron Gardenhire's Tigers, who visit Target Field for the first time this season tonight.


Cardinals' pitcher hits 105 mph twice on radar gun
May 21, 2018, 1:51 am
A relief pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday lit up the radar gun with two pitches registering at 105 mph in the team’s 5-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies.

Boxer Badou Jack accidentally punches referee during title fight
May 20, 2018, 7:45 pm
British referee Ian John-Lewis held his own after taking a huge left hook to the face from Badou Jack during his WBC light-heavyweight title battle with Adonis Stevenson.

Vegas Golden Knights reach Stanley Cup Final in first-ever NHL season
May 20, 2018, 5:30 pm
The Vegas Golden Knights have reached new heights. They will play for the Stanley Cup in their inaugural season.

Justify wins Preakness Stakes on way to possible Triple Crown
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm
Justify clinched first place at the Preakness Stakes on Saturday at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore.

Mets pitcher finally unblocks long-blocked fan on Twitter -- but with stern warning
May 19, 2018, 9:15 pm
New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard was apparently in a forgiving mood Saturday, unblocking a fan on Twitter whom Syndergaard had blocked more than a year and a half ago.

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