Posted on: April 29, 2009 10:46 am

Carolina advances and the Celtics win in OT

Thrillers on ice

There's nothing like Game 7. Carolina rallies with two goals in the final 80 seconds to win 4-3 at New Jersey. In D.C., the Caps' Sergei Fedorov knocks in the go-ahead goal with 4:59 left to eliminate the Rangers 2-1.

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No. 5 alive

The Boston-Chicago series has it all: big shots, overtimes, cries of dirty play, Ken Berger says. The Bulls blow a golden opportunity in Game 5, losing to Paul Pierce's Celtics 106-104 in OT to trail 3-2. | Postgame

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Flying colors

Raiders ... Stafford ... grades ... uh, wait, baseball? Larry Dobrow, draft hangover subsiding, revels in the Royals' stunning start, studies St. Louis' success and boosts the BoSox to No. 1 in his newest Power Rankings.

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Posted on: April 27, 2009 11:06 am
Edited on: April 28, 2009 10:47 am

Eagles get an A+ and the Bulls win in OT

Philling up right

It's too soon to grade the '09 draft, right? Wrong. Pete Prisco says it's never too early. Philly fans should be happy to know their Eagles passed with flying colors. The same can't be said for Dallas and Oakland. Grades

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Uneven tie

The Bulls send their first-round series back to Boston tied 2-2 with a Ben Gordon-led 121-118 victory in two OTs. But don't let the tally fool you -- the Celtics trail, and the series is the Bulls' to lose, Ken Berger says.

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Alabama air show

Enough is enough. Brad Keselowski concludes a wreck-filled weekend at Talladega with his first win after spinning out Carl Edwards on the last lap. Safety comes first, Pete Pistone says, and 'Dega needs changes.

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