Friday, April 21, 2017

The Buffalo Bills will begin and end the 2017 season with games against division rivals. The team released its regular season schedule yesterday, highlighting a home opener September Tenth against the New York Jets and a season-ending road game against the Miami Dolphins on New Year's Eve. The Bills are scheduled to play one primetime game on Thursday, November Second against the Jets.

The Buffalo Sabres are parting ways with head coach Dan Bylsma and general manager Tim Murray.  The team has fired the duo after missing the playoffs for the sixth straight season.  Bylsma spent just two seasons with Buffalo after signing a five-year deal in 2015.  He ends his short tenure 68-73-and-23.  The 46-year-old also spent six seasons with the Pittsburgh Penguins from 2008-14, winning a Stanley Cup title in his first year.  Murray had served as GM since January 2014.


Philadelphia Phillies 6, New York Mets 4
Washington Nationals 3, Atlanta Braves 2
Milwaukee Brewers 7, St. Louis Cardinals 5
San Diego Padres 4, Arizona Diamondbacks 1

Boston Red Sox 4, Toronto Blue Jays 1  (10 inn)
Cleveland Indians 6, Minnesota Twins 2
Tampa Bay Rays 8, Detroit Tigers 1
Houston Astros 2, Los Angeles Angels 1
Texas Rangers 1, Kansas City Royals 0  (13 inn)
Oakland Athletics 9, Seattle Mariners 6

Baltimore Orioles 2, Cincinnati Reds 1  (10 inn)

NBA Playoffs
Cleveland Cavaliers 119, Indiana Pacers 114
(Cavs lead best-of-seven East quarterfinal, 3-0)

Toronto Raptors 104, Milwaukee Bucks 77
(Bucks lead best-of-seven East quarterfinal, 2-1)

Memphis Grizzlies 105, San Antonio Spurs 94
(Spurs lead best-of-seven West quarterfinal, 2-1)

NHL Playoffs
New York Rangers 3, Montreal Canadiens 2  (OT)
(Rangers lead best-of-seven East quarterfinal, 3-2)

Pittsburgh Penguins 5, Columbus Blue Jackets 2
(Penguins win best-of-seven East quarterfinal, 4-1)

Nashville Predators 4, Chicago Blackhawks 1
(Predators win best-of-seven West quarterfinal, 4-0)

Edmonton Oilers 4, San Jose Sharks 3  (OT)
(Oilers lead best-of-seven West quarterfinal tied, 3-2)

FRIDAY'S SCHEDULE  (All times are Eastern)

  7:05 p.m. - Atlanta Braves at Philadelphia Phillies
  7:10 p.m. - Washington Nationals at New York Mets
  7:10 p.m. - Chicago Cubs at Cincinnati Reds
  8:10 p.m. - St. Louis Cardinals at Milwaukee Brewers
  8:40 p.m. - San Francisco Giants at Colorado Rockies
  9:40 p.m. - Los Angeles Dodgers at Arizona Diamondbacks
10:10 p.m. - Miami Marlins at San Diego Padres

  7:05 p.m. - Boston Red Sox at Baltimore Orioles
  7:10 p.m. - Houston Astros at Tampa Bay Rays
  8:05 p.m. - Kansas City Royals at Texas Rangers
  8:10 p.m. - Detroit Tigers at Minnesota Twins
  8:10 p.m. - Cleveland Indians at Chicago White Sox
10:05 p.m. - Seattle Mariners at Oakland Athletics
10:07 p.m. - Toronto Blue Jays at Los Angeles Angels

  7:05 p.m. - New York Yankees at Pittsburgh Pirates

NBA Playoffs
  7:00 p.m. - Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls
                    (Bulls lead best-of-seven East quarterfinal, 2-0)

  9:30 p.m. - Houston Rockets at Oklahoma City Thunder
                    (Rockets lead best-of-seven West quarterfinal, 2-0)

10:00 p.m. - LA Clippers at Utah Jazz
                    (Best-of-seven West quarterfinal tied, 1-1)

NHL Playoffs
  7:00 p.m. - Toronto Maple Leafs at Washington Capitals
                    (Best-of-seven East quarterfinal tied, 2-2)

  7:30 p.m. - Boston Bruins at Ottawa Senators
                    (Senators lead best-of-seven East quarterfinal, 3-1)

Valero Texas Open  (at San Antonio, TX)



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