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so maybe theyd take a peek and read t • Absender: jinshuiqian0713, 28.09.2019 08:22

MONTREAL (May 1, 2014) – One of hockeys greatest rivalries will be reignited when the Montreal Canadiens face off against the Boston Bruins in the Second Round of the 2014 STANLEY CUP? PLAYOFFS. TSN 690, the Canadiens official radio broadcaster, is there to deliver live coverage of every game, plus extensive pre- and post-game coverage from the series. Calling all the action on TSN 690 are play-by-play commentator John Bartlett and analyst Sergio Momesso, a former Montreal Canadien and Stanley Cup Champion. Fans can tune in on AM 690 in Montréal, online at TSN.ca/Montreal, or via the TSN GO app. TSN 690s live coverage begins tonight at 7 p.m. ET with Game 1: Montreal @ Boston. The station is bolstering its Second Round coverage with the following: Special editions of MELNICK IN THE AFTERNOON – live from Boston – today and Friday afternoons from 3-7 p.m. ET Special pre-game and post-game coverage – live from Boston – on Thursday and Saturday, with pre-game coverage kicking off at 7 p.m. ET and 10:30 a.m. ET respectively Special Playoff Road Reports from Melnick and TSN 690s Conor McKenna and Mitch Gallo NHL ON TSN analyst Jeff ONeill will be in Montréal for Game 3 and 4 to join TSN 690s game coverage, including MELNICK IN THE AFTERNOON ONeill will also join the MORNING SHOW WITH PRICE, STARR AND MOFFATT Simulcasts between TSN 690s THE MONTREAL FORUM with Tony Marinaro and Boston radio station WEEIs Mutt & Merloni after every weekday game TSN 690 will also continue to deliver in-depth analysis and Habs-focused talk across its slate of local programming, including: THE HABS BREAKFAST: weekday mornings at 7:10, 8:10, and 9:10 a.m. ET during the MORNING SHOW WITH PRICE, STARR AND MOFFATT THE HABS LUNCH: weekdays from 12 noon to 1 p.m. ET with Tony Marinaro and Montreal Canadiens Stanley Cup winner Chris Nilan MELNICK IN THE AFTERNOON: Pierre McGuire joins the stations drive home show weekdays at 5:10 p.m. ET Plus contributing reports from TSNs team of Hockey Insiders and analysts, including Bob McKenzie, Darren Dreger, Ray Ferraro, and Aaron Ward, as well as Montreal Gazette hockey writer Pat Hickey, and more Fans can also follow the HABS REPORT on TSN.ca/Montreal throughout the Second Round, with blog posts, interviews, and podcasts from Bartlett and TSN 690 Habs reporter Jessica Rusnak. 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Its the second of three meetings between these teams this season. Vancouver was a 2-1 winner on home ice December 22nd.SAN DIEGO -- The NFL acknowledged that referees erred in not penalizing the San Diego Chargers for an illegal formation on a missed 41-yard field goal attempt by Ryan Succop of the Kansas City Chiefs with 4 seconds left in regulation on Sunday. Succop was wide right on the kick, and the Chargers went on to win 27-24 in overtime to claim the AFCs final playoff spot. The Pittsburgh Steelers would have been in the post-season had Kansas City won the game. San Diego lined up with seven men on one side of the snapper, and NFL rules state no more than six players can be on the line of scrimmage on either side of the snapper. The NFL said in a statement Monday that the penalty should have been called by referee Bill Leavys crew, moving the ball 5 yards closer to the end zone and giving Succop another attempt at the game-winning field goal. Succop was 15 of 16 this season from within 40 yards. The NFL did not say whether Leavys crew would be disciplined. "We misaligned on it. Im not going to deny it," Chargers rookie coach Mike McCoy said Monday. "But hey, those calls all balance themselves out over the year. Theyre part of the game. Were all human. ... Things happen for a reason. We didnt do it on purpose, I can tell you that." Chiefs coach Andy Reid actually called his final timeout after the missed field goal and tried to convince the officiating crew of the illegal formation. But because illeggal formations are not reviewable, Reid had no other recourse and the play stood.dddddddddddd "I called a timeout right there. That was for a reason," Reid said. "I couldnt challenge, all I had was a timeout, so maybe theyd take a peek and read through the timeout and see what took place, but listen, human error. ... Theres not much more you can say." The outcome of the game didnt have any bearing on the Chiefs, who rested most of their starters. Kansas City was already assured of the No. 5 seed in the AFC playoffs and will head to Indianapolis on Saturday for a rematch of a game won two weeks ago by the Colts. The result had significant repercussions for the Chargers and Steelers, though. San Diego (9-7) earned the final AFC playoff spot when Nick Novak kicked a 36-yard field goal in overtime to win the game. The Chargers will visit Cincinnati in the wild-card round Sunday. The Steelers (8-8), meanwhile, would have claimed the playoff spot through a series of tiebreakers had Kansas City won, and Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin even said Monday he knew the Chargers were lined up illegally before the field goal attempt. "What transpired yesterday was unfortunate for our hopes moving forward. Well have to find a way to accept that and move forward," Tomlin said. "Im not going to lose any sleep over something that happened in a stadium that we werent even in." ' ' '


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