Good morning and happy Wednesday!
Shakim Phillips profile in NorthJersey.com:
The former DePaul wide receiver from Paterson began his career at Boston College, but left after one year, transferring to Connecticut. Now, after three years in Storrs, he's on the move again - possibly back to BC.
VA Tech talks football attendance since their ACC move:
Hokie Mark breaks down the attendance numbers since the conference switch in 2003.
Chris Kreider's 4-point game was not enough as the Montreal Canadiens flopped their way to a Game 5 win, extending the series to a Game 6 at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night:
Rangers center Derek Stepan scored two goals after missing Game 4 with a broken jaw. He played with a plastic guard attached to his helmet to protect his injury. Chris Kreider had a goal and three assists, Rick Nash had a goal and an assist, and Ryan McDonagh had two assists.
Reggie Jackson started for the Thunder last night and only scored 3 points, but his team picked up a win to even their series with San Antonio:
Notes: Jackson started for the second straight game. He sprained his right ankle on a drive to the hoop and left the game with 8:25 left in the first quarter. He returned to start the second quarter.
Wake Forest also drew headlines with the hire of Danny Manning, fresh off a Conference USA title and conference Coach of the Year honors, while new Boston College coach Jim Christian boosted his staff with the addition of Scott Spinelli from Maryland.
Johnny Gaudreau completes the clean sweep of college awards after earning USA Hockey's Player of the Year award.