For anyone else who was at Fantasy Island for the elementary school music festival, in line at Home Depot or taking their daughter to see “Pitch Perfect 2,” we bring you the weekend recap:
*Tyler Ennis won gold and Jack Eichel took home the bronze at the world championships.
Ennis had a goal and assist Sunday as Canada crushed Russia, 6-1, to win the tournament. Ennis finished with four goals and six points in 10 games.
Eichel had an assist Sunday as the United States blanked host Czech Republic, 3-0, to earn bronze. Eichel had two goals and seven points to finish third in U.S. scoring behind linemates Brock Nelson (10 points) and Trevor Lewis (nine).
*The Rangers earned a 2-1 victory in Game One of the Eastern Conference final.
*Anaheim pulled away from Chicago, 4-1, to take a 1-0 series lead in the Western Conference final.
*Inside the NHL: The league isn’t concerned that scoring has gone down. The NHL Players’ Association is worried. Also, former Sabres forward Mal Davis is speaking out as part of concussion lawsuit.
*Michael Peca testifies after being blindsided by a financial adviser.
*Sabres hire a consultant to examine their television future.