Duncan Keith scored in the second period and directed a dominant defense that shut down Tampa Bay’s high-scoring attack, and the Blackhawks beat the Lightning 2-0 in Game 6 on Monday night for their third NHL title in the past six seasons.
Kevin Kiermaier’s hustle helped the Rays take a 1-0 lead in the second. Running hard out the box, Kiermaier turned what looked a routine single to center into a double. He then stole third and scored on Rene Rivera’s sacrifice fly.
The TinCaps swept a doubleheader from the Kings on Sunday, but their series finale will not be made up as Clinton doesn’t return to Parkview Field this year.
Training will continue at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colorado, through June 21.
The IHSAA boys golf championship begins on Tuesday. Local teams made the trip down to Prairie View golf course in Carmel a day earlier to get in a practice round.
At the final day of the NCAA Track and Field Championships, the Purdue Women’s 4×400 Meter Relay came in fourth with a time of 3:31.98.
It took all day, but the TinCaps swept a doubleheader from the Clinton LumberKings at Parkview Field on Sunday. Fort Wayne won Game 1, 2-1, and prevailed in Game 2, 16-1. Both games endured rain delays.
When Karch Bachman started playing hockey at the age of three, he always dreamed of one day playing in the NHL. That dream is starting to become a reality.
Canterbury’s Darby Maggard made the starting line-up for the Indiana All-Star Series game in Indianpolis on Saturday. And the former Cavaliers star made it count.
The Tampa Bay Lightning take on the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.
The differences between the Blackhawks and the Lightning are so minuscule in this historically close Final.
For the second time this season, a TinCaps game at Parkview Field has been postponed. Rain prohibited Fort Wayne and the Clinton LumberKings from taking the field on Saturday night. The TinCaps and Whitecaps are now set to play a doubleheader on Sunday beginning at 2:05 p.m.