Full schedule for Sharks-Golden Knights series released

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Full schedule for Sharks-Golden Knights series released

We already knew the details for Game 1 of the season round series between the Sharks and Golden Knights. That will take place Thursday night at 7pm in Las Vegas.

On Wednesday night, with the Bruins beating the Maple Leafs in the final first-round series, the NHL released the full schedules for all the second-round series.

Vegas Golden Knights (P1) vs. San Jose Sharks (P3)

Thursday, April 26, 10pm: Sharks @ Golden Knights | NBCSN

Saturday, April 28, 8pm: Sharks @ Golden Knights | NBC

Monday, April 30, 10pm: Golden Knights @ Sharks | NBCSN

Wednesday, May 2, 10pm: Golden Knights @ Sharks | NBCSN

*Friday, May 4, 10pm: Sharks @ Golden Knights | NBCSN

*Sunday, May 6, TBD: Golden Knights @ Sharks | TBD

*Tuesday, May 8, TBD: Sharks @ Golden Knights | TBD

The winner of the Sharks-Golden Knights series will face the winner of the Predators-Jets series in the Western Conference Finals.

Downloading a new Font: A's acquire reliever from Dodgers

Downloading a new Font: A's acquire reliever from Dodgers

The A's are taking a flier on a journeyman reliever.

Wilmer Font, a 27-year-old right-handed pitcher was acquired from the Dodgers on Wednesday.

Font has had a rough beginning to the 2018 season. In six appearances with Los Angeles, he allowed 18 hits, 13 earned run and five home runs in 10.1 innings for an ugly 11.32 ERA.

For the moment, Font is not on the A's active roster, but a move could be made soon to give him on the 25-man roster.

Oakland is sending minor league left-handed pitcher Logan Salow back to the Dodgers. A 2017 sixth-round pick, Salow made four appearances for the Low-A Beloit Snappers and posted a 1.59 ERA.

How we think it looked when Kawhi watched the Dubs eliminate the Spurs for second straight year

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How we think it looked when Kawhi watched the Dubs eliminate the Spurs for second straight year

Kawhi Leonard was not with the San Antonio Spurs during their five-game, first-round loss.

He rehabbed a quadriceps injury away from the club, so he wasn't able to see his team's season end at the hands of the Warriors in person. Wherever he watched, the sound of the final buzzer in light of another loss to Golden State probably left him with a sinking feeling.

You can watch the video of Leonard's reaction to the loss, at least as we envision it, here.  

Kawhi watching the Dubs eliminate the Spurs for a 2nd straight year 😥

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