TUESDAY’S SPORTS w/ PATRICO

In today’s SPORTS we chat about the NHL Stanley Cup, the Cards continue Interleague play, some NBA playoff action, and the brand new craze of “JAGUARING”

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The Los Angeles Kings are this years Stanley Cup Champions.  The Kings beat the Devils 6-1 last night to take the series 4 games to 2 to win their first championship in team history.  With the win, they become the first 8 seed to win the cup.  Kings goalie Jonathan Quick was awarded the playoff MVP trophy.  In related hockey news…NHL opening night is tomorrow…GOOOOOOO.

The Cardinals continue interleague play tonight against the Chicago Whitesox.  First pitch is scheduled for 7:15pm as Adam Wainwright takes the mound for the Cards.

The NBA finals kick off tonight as the Miami Heat head to Oklahoma to take on the Thunder.  Tip off between the two teams is tonight on ABC at 8PM.

Just a few days ago Chad Ochocinco was released by the Patriots….and he already has a new team.  Just four days after being released Ochocinco signed a deal with the Miami Dolphins.  Ochocinco is a Miami Native, and has caught a career 67 touchdowns. He could join the team as early as Wednesday.

And finally – listen, Im a Jacksonville Jaguars fan…but this is awful.  We’ve seen Tebowing, we’ve seen planking, and now, the folks in Jacksonville are trying to get Jaguaring on the map.  It’s simple, you make claws like a bear (which is not a Jaguar), sort of put them up like thriller, and then bend your knees.  Believe it or not, its already HUGE in Jacksonville, but there is a video showing how to do it…and Rizz…the over the top guy in the video..is rockin a bow tie…so, it seems pretty obvious…you can’t trust him.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=269KGSgC4OU

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