The Kings head back to L.A. with a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup final, it was good news and bad news for the Blue Jays, Milos Raonic's run at the French Open was halted, plus more in your top five stories from Saturday.
1. The Los Angeles Kings won their 10th straight road playoff game of the 2012 post-season thanks to this overtime goal by Jeff Carter. On the latest edition of Coach's Corner, Don Cherry looked ahead to the future with the draft class of 2012.
2. It was a golden day for Canada's Adam van Koeverden. The kayaker from Oakville, Ont. won gold in the in the K-1 1,000 metres at a kayak World Cup event in Moscow.
3. It was a good news/bad news type of day for the Toronto Blue Jays. Good news: Jose Bautista hit his first home run since May 23. Bad news: they lost to the Boston Red Sox and sit in last place in the American League East. Good news: The Jays are only three games back of the leaders of the division, the Baltimore Orioles. Bad news: Eight of the last 10 runs scored by the Blue Jays have come from solo home runs.
4. Milos Raonic's run at the French Open is over. The 21-year-old from Thornhill, Ont. was ousted in the third round by Argentina's Juan Monaco in a gruelling five-set match. The loss also denied Raonic a new record — a Canadian man has yet to reach the fourth round at Roland Garros.
5. After a streak of 20 straight wins, the San Antonio Spurs are in danger of letting a four-game slide end their season. The Oklahoma City Thunder took Game 4 of the NBA West Finals to even their series at 2-2. Boston and Miami meet in the East Final on Sunday, where it's unclear whether or not Heat forward Chris Bosh will take to the court.