Good morning! Here are the plays everybody will be talking about Monday:
The Connor McDavid goal. The Oilers lost to the Ducks 6-3, but it was McDavid’s third goal of the playoffs that got Wayne Gretzky out of his seat in awe. McDavid was skating with the puck away from the goal when he stopped on a dime, reversed direction, and then snipered a wrist shot into the upper-right corner of the net.
The Pedro goal. Chelsea picked up another huge late-season win on Sunday when they bested Everton 3-0 to maintain a four-point lead in the Premier League table with four matches to go. The stunner came off the left foot of Pedro in the 66th minute, breaking the 0-0 tie (via ESPN).
The Anthony Rendon’s big day. Rendon had himself a pretty good day on Sunday. In his first 22 games of the season, Rendon had no home runs and 5 RBI. On Sunday, Rendon went 6-6, hit 3 home runs, and drove in 10 runs. Most players would call that a good week.
The Kevin Kisner chip-in that forced a playoff. The team format at the Zurich Classic may have been confusing to some this weekend at the Zurich Classic. But one thing was clear, Kisner need to chip-in from just off the green on Sunday to force a playoff. He did, and he and his teammate, Scott Brown, will take on Jonas Blixt and Cameron Smith in a playoff on Monday.
With their backs to the wall …
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