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Thursday w/ 4Quarters

Almost done with the week here are four Thursday topics for you

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Two combined wins tonight in Santa Clara

First Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard
2. Six games tonight
3. TNT Thursday DH GM1: Bucks @ Celtics, 7 pm
4. TNT Thursday DH GM2: Pelicans @ Trail Blazers, 9:30 pm

Second Quarter: College Football Week 10

1. College Football scoreboard
2. Northern Illinois (5-3, 4-0 MAC) @ Akron (4-3, 2-2 MAC), 6 pm/CBS Sports
3. Ohio (5-3, 3-1 MAC) @ Western Michigan (6-3, 4-1 MAC), 6 pm/ESPNU
4. Temple (5-3, 4-0 AAC) @ 12 UCF (7-0, 4-0 AAC), 6:30 pm/ESPN

Third Quarter: NFL Week 9

1. NFL scoreboard 
2. Bye weeks: Bengals, Colts, Giants, Eagles, Cardinals, Jaguars
3. Who wins tonight
4. Thursday Night Football: Raiders (1-6) @ 49ers (1-7), 7:20 pm/FOX & NFL Network

Fourth Quarter: NHL

1. NHL scoreboard
2. 13 games today
3. Jets beat the Panthers 4-2 in Helsinki
4. Which of the 12 games are you watching tonight?

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2018 Posts: 214


Tuesday = Lots of Links

It’s Tuesday so bring on the links

Warriors are champions again after beating the Cavs in five

First Quarter: NBA Finals

1) NBA scoreboard
2) Warriors win in five
3) Kevin Durant named Finals MVP
4) Highest ratings since 1998

Second Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) Best logos
3) New Panthers coach
4) NHL Draft order finalized

Third Quarter: MLB

1) MLB scoreboard
2) ASG ballot
3) MLB draft tracker
4) Inconsistent

Fourth Quarter: Tuesday Links

1) No White House visit?
2) Suspensions in Boulder
3) That’s rough
4) 25 golfers to watch in the US Open

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2017 Posts: 113

2013 NHL Predictions Sure to go Wrong

Will Chicago make it three Stanley Cup championships in four seasons? Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

Tonight the 2013-14 NHL season begins with the Chicago Blackhawks raising another banner (second in three seasons) and trying to defend their title. As per the start of a season I like to throw out predictions that likely will be wrong and make public for people to remind me later.

* = Playoff Team

Eastern Conference –

Atlantic Division: 1 Boston Bruins* 2 Detroit Red Wings* 3 Ottawa Senators* 4 Montreal Canadians* 5 Toronto Maple Leafs* 6 Florida Panthers 7 Tampa Bay Lightning 8 Buffalo Sabres

Metropolitan Division: 1 Philadelphia Flyers* 2 Pittsburgh Penguins* 3 New York Rangers* 4 Washington Capitals 5 Carolina Hurricanes 6 New Jersey Devils 7 New York Islanders 8 Columbus Blue Jackets

Western Conference –

Central: 1 Chicago Blackhawks* 2 Minnesota Wild* 3 St. Louis Blues* 4 Nashville Predators* 5 Winnipeg Jets* 6 Dallas Stars 7 Colorado Avalanche

Pacific Division: 1 Los Angeles Kings* 2 Anaheim Ducks* 3 San Jose Sharks* 4 Phoenix Coyotes 5 Edmonton Oilers 6 Vancouver Canucks 7 Calgary Flames

Stanley Cup Playoffs

Eastern Conference Playoffs –

First Round: 1 Boston Bruins over 8 Toronto Maple Leafs, 2 Philadelphia Flyers over 7 New York Rangers, 3 Detroit Red Wings over 6 Montreal Canadians, 4 Ottawa Senators over 5 Pittsburgh Penguins

Second Round: 1 Boston Bruins over 4 Ottawa Senators, 3 Detroit Red Wings over Philadelphia Flyers

Conference Finals: 1 Boston Bruins over 3 Detroit Red Wings

Western Conference Playoffs –

First Round: 1 Chicago Blackhawks over 8 Winnipeg Jets, 2 Los Angeles Kings over 7 Nashville Predators, 3 Anaheim Ducks over 6 St. Louis Blues, 5 San Jose Sharks over 4 Minnesota Wild

Second Round: 1 Chicago Blackhawks over 5 San Jose Sharks, 3 Anaheim Ducks over 2 Los Angeles Kings

Conference Finals: 1 Chicago Blackhawks over 3 Anaheim Ducks

Stanley Cup Finals –

Boston Bruins over Chicago Blackhawks in seven games

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2013 Posts: 229

Monday Edition

Here are you four Monday topics for you to start the week

Adios D12, San Antonio swept the Lakers out of the playoffs on Sunday. Photo by USA Today Sports

First Quarter: MLB

1. MLB scoreboard
2. Washington Nationals (13-12)/S. Strasburg (1-4, 3.16) @ Atlanta Braves (15-9)/J. Teheran (1-0, 5.48), 6:10 pm/ESPN
3. Pittsburgh Pirates (15-10)/W. Rodriguez (2-0, 1.66) @ Milwaukee Brewers (12-11)/Y. Gallardo (2-1, 4.97), 7:10 pm
4. Cincinnati Reds (14-12)/M. Latos (1-0, 2.16) @ St. Louis Cardinals (14-10)/A. Wainwright (4-1, 1.93), 7:15 pm

Second Quarter: NBA

1. NBA scoreboard , advancing this weekend were the Heat and Spurs with sweeps of the Bucks and Lakers
2. 5 Chicago Bulls @ 4 Brooklyn Nets, 6 pm/TNT – CHI 3-1
3. 3 Indiana Pacers @ 6 Atlanta Hawks, 6:30 pm/NBATV – IND 2-1
4. 1 Oklahoma City Thunder @ 8 Houston Rockets, 8:30 pm/TNT – OKC 3-0

Third Quarter: NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs
1. NHL scoreboard and postseason broadcast schedule
2. President Cup Winner (Best Record): Chicago Blackhawks (36-7-5, 77 pts), Worse Regular Season Record: Florida Panthers (15-27-6, 36 pts)
3. Eastern Conference Playoffs: 1 Pittsburgh Penguins, 2 Montreal Canadians, 3 Washington Capitals, 4 Boston Bruins, 5 Toronto Maple Leafs, 6 New York Rangers, 7 Ottawa Senators, 8 New York Islanders
4. Western Conference Playoffs: 1 Chicago Blackhawks, 2 Anaheim Ducks, 3 Vancouver Canucks, 4 St. Louis Blues, 5 Los Angeles Kings, 6 San Jose Sharks, 7 Detroit Red Wings, 8 Minnesota Wild

Fourth Quarter: Weekend Links
1. – Media Circus
2. – Jason Collins comes out
3. USA – Something good out of ESPN and it’s the college baseball coverage this summer
4. – Partly a sports story but great timeline of the Boston Marathon story

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2013 Posts: 120

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend

Brandon Phillips and Team USA begin the 2013 World Baseball Classic against Mexico at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix. Photo by Paul Sancya/AP

First Quarter: NBA

1) NBA Scores
2) Utah Jazz (32-29) @ Chicago Bulls (34-27), 7 pm
3) Portland Trailblazers (28-32) @ San Antonio Spurs (34-27), 7:30 pm
4) Houston Rockets (33-29) @ Golden State Warriors (35-27), 9:30 pm/ESPN

Second Quarter: College Basketball What to Watch

Friday –
1) Arch Madness aka the Missouri Valley Conference tournamant in St. Louis quarterfinals, finals Sunday on CBS
Saturday –
2) 17 Syracuse Orange (23-7, 11-6 Big East) @ 5 Georgetown Hoyas (23-5, 13-4 Big East), 11 am/ESPN
3) 9 Kansas State Wildcats (25-5, 14-3 Big XII) @ 13 Oklahoma State Cowboys (22-7, 12-5 Big XII), 12:30 pm
4) LaSalle Explorers (21-7, 11-4 A10) @ 16 Saint Louis Billikens (23-6, 12-3 A10), 12:30 pm/NBC Sports Network

Third Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) Ottawa Senators (12-8-4, 28 pts) @ New York Rangers (12-8-2, 26 pts), 6 pm
3) Winnipeg Jets (11-11-1, 23 pts) @ Florida Panthers (7-12-5, 19 pts), 6:30 pm
4) Chicago Blackhawks (21-0-3, 45 pts) @ Colorado Avalanche 8-10-4, 20 pts), 8 pm/NHL Network

Fourth Quarter: World Baseball Classic and College Baseball (All Rankings from Baseball America)

1) World Baseball Classic Scoreboard
2) Team USA begins their WBC journey with Mexico tonight (8 pm), Italy tomorrow (8 pm) and Canada on Sunday (3 pm), all games on MLB Network
3) 4Q College Baseball Tournament of the Weekend: Dodgertown Classic (Los Angeles) – 12 UCLA Bruins (9-2), 17 Oklahoma Sooners (11-2), 22 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (8-2) and South California Trojans (6-6)
4) 4Q College Baseball Series of the Weekend: 2 Vanderbilt Commodores (13-1) @ 15 Oregon Ducks (10-3) Scoreboard

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

2013 Posts: 76

Friday’s Weekend Primer

Getting you set for the Weekend

The 11th and final Bracketbusters take place tonight and tomorrow.

First Quarter: NBA

1) NBA Scores
2) Houston Rockets (30-26) @ Brooklyn Nets (33-22), 6:30 pm
3) Minnesota Timberwolves (20-31) @ Oklahoma City Thunder (39-15), 7 pm/ESPN
4) San Antonio Spurs (44-12) @ Golden State Warriors (31-23), 9:30 pm/ESPN

Second Quarter: College Basketball What to Watch

Friday –
1) Saint Louis Billikens (20-5, 9-2 A10) @ 15 Butler Bulldogs (22-5, 9-3 A10), 6 pm/ESPNU
BB – Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks (22-3, 13-2 SLC) @ Long Beach State 49ers (17-9, 13-2 Big West), 8 pm/ESPNU
2) Bracket Buster Saturday –
Southern Mississippi Golden Eagles (21-6, 10-2 CUSA) @ 21 Memphis Tigers (23-3, 12-0 CUSA), Noon/FSN
BB – Montana Grizzlies (19-5, 15-1 Big Sky) @ Davidson Wildcats (20-7, 15-1 SoCon), 2 pm/ESPNU
11 Georgetown Hoyas (20-4, 10-3 Big East) @ 8 Syracuse Orange (22-4, 10-3 Big East), 3 pm/CBS
16 New Mexico Lobos (22-4, 9-2 MWC) @ 22 Colorado State Rams (21-5, 8-3 MWC), 3 pm/NBC Sports Network
BB – Detroit Titans (18-9, 10-4 Horizon) @ Wichita State Shockers (23-5, 12-4 MVC), 3 pm/ESPN2
BB – Creighton Bluejays (22-6, 11-5 MVC) @ Saint Mary’s Gaels (23-5, 12-2 WCC), 5 pm/ESPN
BB – South Dakota State Jackrabbits (21-8, 12-3 Summit) @ Murray State Racers (19-7, 10-4 OVC), 7 pm/ESPN2
BB – Ohio Bobcats (20-6, 11-1 MAC) @ Belmont Bruins (21-6, 12-2 OVC), 9 pm/ESPN2

Full Bracketbuster Schedule (BB = Bracketbuster)

Sunday –
3) Cincinnati Bearcats (19-8, 7-7 Big East) @ Notre Dame Fighting Irish (21-6, 9-5 Big East), 1 pm/CBS
4) 4 Michigan State Spartans (22-5, 11-3 B1G) @ 18 Ohio State Buckeyes (19-7, 9-5 B1G), 9-5 B1G), 3 pm/CBS

Third Quarter: NHL

1) NHL scoreboard
2) Florida Panthers (5-7-4, 14 pts) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (11-6-0, 22 pts), 6 pm
3) Vancouver Canucks (9-3-4, 22 pts) @ Nashville Predators (8-4-5, 21 pts), 7 pm
4) San Jose Sharks (8-4-3, 19 pts) @ Chicago Blackhawks (13-0-3, 29 pts), 7:30 pm/NHL Network

Fourth Quarter: College Baseball

1) LSU Tournament (Baton Rouge, LA): Southeastern Louisiana Lions @ 2 LSU Tigers
2) 6 UCLA Bruins @ Baylor Bears
3) 8 Oregon State Beavers @ San Diego State Aztecs
4) 19 Cal State Fullerton Titans @ 24 TCU Horned Frogs Scoreboard

See you on Monday and enjoy your weekend! Thanks for reading Four Quarters! Follow me on twitter @MikeVmos

2013 Posts: 60

4Quarters Threeman Weave: NHL 2013 Season Predictions

Yes, hockey has been away for a long time but this blog loves the game and during last season’s playoffs the threeman weave was created. Myself, Joe Tichy and Jerry Durney are back to give you who we think win the divisions, make the playoffs, hoist the Cup and take home individual honors.

The NHL season begins today and will any of us pick the Los Angeles Kings to repeat in the quest for another ring like this?

Division Winners –

Eastern Conference: New York Rangers (Atlantic), Buffalo Sabres (Northeast), Florida Panthers (Southeast)
Western Conference: St. Louis Blues (Central), Minnesota Wild (Northwest), Los Angeles Kings (Pacific)

Eastern Conference: New York Rangers (Atlantic), Boston Bruins (Northeast), Washington Capitals (Southeast)
Western Conference: St. Louis Blues (Central), Vancouver Canucks (Northwest), Los Angeles Kings (Pacific)

Eastern Conference: New York Rangers (Atlantic), Boston Bruins (Northeast), Tampa Bay Lightning (Southeast)
Western Conference: St. Louis Blues (Central), Minnesota Wild (Northwest), Los Angeles Kings (Pacific)

Comments: Everyone likes the Rangers (Atlanta), Blues (Central) and Kings (Pacific) while Jerry and Joe like the Wild (Northwest) where I choose the Canucks. Myself and Jerry took the Bruins (Northeast) with Joe going with the Sabres. Each of us chose a different Southeast winner Joe likes the Panthers, Jerry the Lightning and me the Capitals.

Rest of the Playoff Teams –

Eastern Conference: Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston Bruins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals
Western Conference: Nashville Predators, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Dallas Stars, Vancouver Canucks

Eastern Conference: Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Toronto Maple Leafs, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes
Western Conference: Minnesota Wild, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks

Eastern Conference: Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, New Jersey Devils, Buffalo Sabres, Washington Capitals
Western Conference: Detroit Red Wings, Nashville Predators, Vancouver Canucks, Phoenix Coyotes, San Jose Sharks

Comments: Let us start with the Eastern Conference non-divisional playoff teams. We all put the Flyers and Penguins into the playoffs. The Maple Leafs, Capitals show up on two of playoff picks, other solo picks are the Devils, Lightning and Hurricanes. The Western Conference’s only unanimous teams are the Detroit Red Wings who are practically guaranteed to be in the playoffs yearly. Seems like we’ve all got similar combinations out west with the Predators, Blackhawks, Sharks showing up. Teams that are flying solo are the Stars (Joe), Ducks (Mike) and Coyotes (Jerry) which shows we all favor a different Pacific Division foe.

Stanley Cup Finals –

Joe: St. Louis Blues over New York Rangers
Mike: Los Angeles Kings over New York Rangers
Jerry: New York Rangers over Los Angeles Kings

Comments: We’ve all got the Rangers playing for the Cup with only Jerry (noted Blue Shirt fan) picking them to win. I went with a Kings repeat while Joe has hit a note with the Blues winning its first championship.

Individual Awards –

Hart Trophy (MVP): Zach Parise, Minnesota Wild
Vezina Trophy (Goalie): Pekka Rinne, Nashville Predators
Norris Trophy (Defenseman): Ryan Suter, Minnesota Wild
Calder Trophy (Rookie): Justin Schultz, Edmonton Oilers
Jack Adams (Coach of the Year): Darryl Sutter, Los Angeles Kings
Presidents Cup: St. Louis Blues

Hart Trophy (MVP): Ryan Callahan, New York Rangers
Vezina Trophy (Goalie): Jonathan Quick, Los Angeles Kings
Norris Trophy (Defenseman): Zdeno Chara, Boston Bruins
Calder Trophy (Rookie): Justin Schultz, Edmonton Oilers
Jack Adams (Coach of the Year): John Tortorella, New York Rangers
Presidents Cup: St. Louis Blues

Hart Trophy (MVP): Stephen Stamkos, Tampa Bay Lightning
Vezina Trophy (Goalie): Henrik Lundqvist, New York Rangers
Norris Trophy (Defenseman): Kris Letang, Pittsburgh Penguins
Calder Trophy (Rookie): Vladimir Tarasenko, St. Louis Blues
Jack Adams (Coach of the Year): Ralph Krueger, Edmonton Oilers
Presidents Cup: St. Louis Blues: Los Angeles Kings

Comments: Let’s go through the six postseason trophy’s that I selected for our esteemed panel to choose from.
Hart – Joe choose Zach Parise of the Wild, I went with Ryan Callahan of the Rangers while Jerry choose Stephen Stamkos of the Lightning. Three different choices for the Hart Trophy (MVP) from the panel.
Vezina Again, no one sees eye-to-eye here with three different picks for best goalie, Joe picking Pekka Rinne of the Predators, myself choosing Jonathan Quick of the Kings and Jerry going with Henrik Lundqvist of the Rangers.
Norris Best defenseman? We’ve all taken different routes here with Joe picking Ryan Suter of the Wild, me Zdeno Chara of the Bruins and Jerry making a good pick with Kris Letang of the Pengiuns.
Calder   Rookie of the year finally has some agreement with Joe and I taking Justin Shultz of the Oilers while Jerry likes Vladimir Tarasenko from the Blues.
Jack Adams More disagreement from us with Joe picking Darryl Sutter of his Kings, I picked John Tortorella and Jerry selects Ralph Krueger of the Oilers.
Presidents Cup – Who’ll win the Presidents Cup? Joe and I both like the Blues while Jerry is picking the Kings.

So there you go, we’ve got our picks in and look for us in a few months when we pick the playoffs or try to.

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