More Finger Lakes Sports | Finger Lakes Daily News http://www.fingerlakesdailynews.com/pages/index.cfm?id=215 More Finger Lakes Sports 2017-05-26T02:36:01Z More Finger Lakes Sports Hobart and William Smith Colleges Error in feed.Auburn Doubledays Doubledays Front Office Adds "Local Bats To Lineups" Doubledays Front Office Adds "Local Bats To Lineups" Player Development Contract with Washington extended for two years The Washington Nationals and Auburn Doubledays have announced that the teams have extended their Player Development Contract for an additional two years. Auburn will remain part of the Washington system through the 2018 season. Attendance increases for third straight year The Auburn Doubledays have announced that a total of 52,811 fans attended 37 home games at Falcon Park this season, an average of 1,427 per game. Average attendance is up 23% since 2013. Seneca County Chamber of Commerce honors Doubledays The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce recently presented its 2016 Small Business of the Year Award to the Auburn Doubledays Baseball Club during a ceremony at the Chamber's Annual Membership BBQ event held at Knapp Vineyard Winery and Restaurant. Cost of attending Doubledays game 23% below MiLB average Minor League Baseball has announced that the average cost for a family of four to enjoy a Minor League Baseball game this season is only $64.97; a price that includes parking, two adult tickets, two child tickets, four hot dogs, two sodas and two beers. The cost for a family of four to buy those same items at an Auburn Doubledays home game at Falcon Park is only $50.00, 23% lower than the Minor League average. NY Yankees Yanks don capes to gear up for HOPE Week The Yankees swapped their iconic pinstripes for a set of equally recognizable capes and masks on Thursday morning, with Yankee Stadium transformed into a playground for superheroes and princesses as part of the team's annual HOPE Week. Thursday's Royals-Yanks game postponed The Yankees' series finale against the Royals on Thursday at Yankee Stadium was postponed due to a continued forecast of inclement weather. 2017 Honorary Bat Girl: Kristin Mindo The Yankees hosted Kristin Mindo for an unforgettable day as the 2017 Honorary Bat Girl. MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device It all began 15 years ago, and you are going to want to be part of the MLB.TV celebration of baseball and technology, as the world's longest-running and most successful live-streaming sports product is a way of life for millions. VOTE: Pick this summer's All-Stars Which Yankees are #ASGWorthy? Cast your All-Star ballots up to 5 times in any 24-hour period (max 35 votes). Cashman confident Tanaka will bounce back Brian Cashman said that the Yankees have deployed every available tool to examine Masahiro Tanaka's health and mechanics, and the general manager sounds convinced that the right-hander will be able to bounce back from his current slump. Ellsbury lands on DL after crashing into wall Yankees outfielder Jacoby Ellsbury was removed from Wednesday's game against the Royals, one inning after crashing into the center-field fence at Yankee Stadium while making a running catch of Alcides Escobar's leadoff drive. After rainout, Tanaka tabbed for opener vs. A's One of Aaron Judge's first experiences in a Major League clubhouse came prior to an Athletics-Yankees game, as the Linden, Calif., native was invited to take batting practice with his new organization after being selected in the first round of the 2013 Draft. For the first time in his career, he will have the opportunity to face the A's for real on Friday, when the clubs open a three-game series at Yankee Stadium. Kendall Graveman will pitch for Oakland, and Masahiro Tanaka gets the nod for the Yanks. Yankees' Top 30 Prospects list Who do the Yankees have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch. Mateo paces Tampa Yankees in doubleheader Ian Anderson rewarded the Braves' trust in him on Thursday against Augusta, as he rebounded from what had been a shaky month of May to set a career high with 11 strikeouts over six scoreless innings in his best professional start. Severino pins down KC with 8 shutout frames Luis Severino harnessed his electric arsenal to produce the deepest outing of any Yankees starting pitcher over the last two weeks, firing eight scoreless innings in a 3-0 victory over the Royals on Wednesday night at the Stadium. Yanks enjoy comedy relief with talented kids Live from New York, it's HOPE Week! The Yankees' ninth annual community initiative brought them to Rockefeller Center on Wednesday. Shard from bat hits fan at Yankee Stadium A young fan was struck in the forehead by a shard of Chris Carter's broken bat during the Yankees' 3-0 victory over the Royals on Wednesday evening at Yankee Stadium. Warren adjusting to role with Aroldis on DL Aroldis Chapman's injury significantly altered the Yankees' bullpen hierarchy, and manager Joe Girardi believes that the domino effect may have impacted Adam Warren more than anyone. Yankees prospects power RailRiders to win After his second straight scoreless start for the Dayton Dragons, also the longest of his career, Tony Santillan may not have much more to prove at the Class A level. Montgomery impressive in rematch with KC Rookie left-hander Jordan Montgomery got the bounce-back outing he was looking for in a no-decision against the Royals. Yanks lose power after early HRs vs. Royals A pair of big swings by Lorenzo Cain and rookie Jorge Bonifacio helped break up what had been a taut pitching duel for the first six innings, with the Royals hitting four homers to power past the Yankees in a 6-2 victory on Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium. Yanks play 'God Save the Queen' for victims Before the first pitch of Tuesday night's game against the Royals, the Yankees honored the victims in Monday's terror attack in Manchester, England, by playing "God Save the Queen." Yankees 'One Step Ahead' when helping kids Kristofer Robinson knew he was getting a new prosthetic leg from the One Step Ahead Foundation sometime this week. But little did he know all that his trip to the Big Apple had in store for him. Littell fans eight in win with Tampa The SeaWolves desperately needed a big performance out of starter Myles Jaye on Tuesday and the Tigers' No. 15 prospect delivered, tossing six scoreless innings and setting a career high with 11 strikeouts. Yankees confident Judge can handle hype With just 67 big league games under his belt, Aaron Judge has already become a permanent fixture at Yankee Stadium. Contract sending Ruth to NY is up for auction Contract sending Ruth to NY is up for auction No trouble with curve: Judge handling hook You may have missed it. No one could blame you if you had. But in the eighth inning at Yankee Stadium on Monday night, Royals pitcher Seth Maness did something unusual. He threw Aaron Judge a curveball, in the strike zone, and got away with it. Judge has an interesting superstition with gum Aaron Judge has an interesting superstition with gum Long ball, close call help Yanks top Royals Didi Gregorius hit a go-ahead homer, Brett Gardner continued his power surge and the Yankees got the benefit of a close call at first base to defeat the Royals, 4-2, on Monday at Yankee Stadium. Judge has his own Chambers at the Stadium Judge has his own Chambers at the Stadium Yanks accompany brave siblings to Bronx Zoo Victor García's hero was by his side as he watched the gorillas with awe at the Bronx Zoo. And he wasn't referring to one of the four Yankees stars touring the Congo exhibit with him. Gregorius no longer left behind vs. southpaws Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius has seen a steady improvement at the plate in his two-plus seasons in pinstripes, with his most significant strides coming against left-handed pitching. Girardi cleans home plate after umps' request Girardi cleans home plate after umps' request Q&A: Afterman on path to MLB, Yankees Jean Afterman recently sat down with MLB.com's "Executive Access" podcast for a lengthy interview touching on a variety of topics, including her life in and out of baseball, how her theater background has helped her throughout her career and what it was like working for George Steinbrenner. Torres next in line of young Yankees stars? Gleyber Torres is slated to make his Triple-A debut on Tuesday, leading to an obvious question: Could his Major League debut be too far behind? Judge's defense doesn't rest: 'Awesome play' Aaron Judge's bat has made plenty of noise this season, but it was the rookie outfielder's defense that had people talking on Sunday afternoon after his game-saving catch robbed the Rays' Evan Longoria in the Yankees' 3-2 victory at Tropicana Field. Gardner's bat, Judge's glove lead win vs. Rays Brett Gardner hit a two-run homer and Aaron Judge preserved the lead with a sensational diving catch as the Yankees withstood Chris Archer's season-high 12 strikeouts, snapping their three-game losing streak with a 3-2 victory over the Rays on Sunday at Tropicana Field. NY Mets Duda's bat isn't enough to knock off Padres Behind Dinelson Lamet's five strong innings and eight strikeouts in his Major League debut, the Padres scored a 4-3 win over the Mets on Thursday night at Citi Field. Montero can't remove mistakes in spot start By early Thursday afternoon, Mets officials had decided to start Rafael Montero against the Padres, pushing Jacob deGrom back a day due to the threat of rain. But the Mets did not tell Montero until about three hours prior to the game's first pitch, hoping to prevent him from overthinking his outing. MLB.TV: Watch every night on every device It all began 15 years ago, and you are going to want to be part of the MLB.TV celebration of baseball and technology, as the world's longest-running and most successful live-streaming sports product is a way of life for millions. Mets tab deGrom for series opener in Steel City The Pirates' lineup could receive a boost as they open a three-game series against the Mets on Friday night at PNC Park. Right fielder Gregory Polanco came off the disabled list on Thursday and should be back in the middle of the order against right-hander Jacob deGrom. VOTE: Pick this summer's All-Stars Vote up to 5 times in any 24-hour period (max 35 votes) for #ASGWorthy Mets, and write in Michael Conforto. Mets activate Asdrubal, option Plawecki One day after Travis d'Arnaud's return, the club activated shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera from the disabled list before Thursday's rubber game against the Padres. Mets scratch deGrom with rain threatening NY Concerned that rainy Queens weather would impact his start, the Mets scratched Jacob deGrom from his Thursday outing against the Padres at Citi Field. Rafael Montero will start in deGrom's place. Mets can't hold lead, leave bases loaded in 9th An inning after the Padres completed a comeback from down four runs, Hunter Renfroe smashed a go-ahead homer into the second deck at Citi Field in the eighth that had a projected distance of 440 feet, according to Statcast™. That vaulted the Padres to a 6-5 win over a Mets club that, for most of the evening, seemed to have victory firmly in its grasp. Mets' Top 30 prospects list Who do the Mets have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for New York's Top 30 Prospects on MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch. Mets help Gift of Life facilitate special meeting Wendy Wax knew her blood stem cell donor was a real person, but felt a need to confirm it. She felt desire to see the person who saved her life in flesh as well as blood. So when a Citi Field suite door opened Wednesday and Ruchail Feldman walked through, Wax reached out and grabbed her, hugged her, cried with her. SU Athletics Bennie Punches Ticket to NCAA Championships Colin Bennie became the first member of the Orange to punch a ticket to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships on Thursday to highlight night one of the NCAA East Preliminary Round in Lexington, Kentucky. Firman Named Senior CLASS Award All-American Scott Firman, who's already been twice named an All-American for his on-field performance this season, picked up another All-America nod on Thursday, this time for his success both on and off the field. #12 Orange to Compete in NCAA Championship 2017 NCAA Championship Preview Thursday's NCAA East Prelim Action Six of the 13 members of the Orange who'll be competing in Lexington, Kentucky this weekend to try to punch their ticket to the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships will get their meets underway on Thursday night. Here's a preview of Thursday's action: O’Hara Named All-ECAC First Team DANBURY, Conn. – Sydney O'Hara has been named an All-ECAC First Team selection and becomes Syracuse softball's first athlete to earn first team distinction, announced Thursday by the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). Syracuse Hockey Announces Elite Prospect Camps SYRACUSE, N.Y. – The Syracuse women's ice hockey team has announced dates for its Elite Prospects camps to be held this summer. Below is a list of the camp dates and locations: Hogendoorn Joins Orange for 2017 Over the past few weeks, head coach Ange Bradley has continually announced her class of 2017.  Previously, she announced Claire Cooke, Borg van der Velde, Sarah Luby, Isabelle Sumichrast and Emma Likly. Five Orange Named Preseason All-ACC by Athlon Headlined by redshirt sophomore punter Sterling Hofrichter five Syracuse football players have been named to the Athlon Sports 2017 Preseason All-ACC Team. 'Cuse 2017 'No Huddle Tour' Kicks Off in June Syracuse Athletics is set to travel throughout the Empire State to visit with Orange alumni, fans and friends of the University beginning on Thursday, June 1. The 'No Huddle Tour' presented by NYup.com, will make stops in  Rochester, New York City, and Syracuse, in addition to Auburn, Utica, Sackets Harbor, Binghamton, Oswego and Alexandria Bay. 13 Orange Set for Track Regionals Thirteen student-athletes will head to Lexington, Kentucky this weekend to compete in the NCAA East Preliminary of the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships. NY Giants Brandon Marshall "extremely excited" to join Giants WR Brandon Marshall spoke with the media Thursday and gave his first impressions of Big Blue:  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – “No comment” apparently is not part of Brandon Marshall’s lexicon. ... OTA practice notes and observations (5/25) Giants.com brings you an inside look at Thursday's OTA Practice: On Thursday the Giants held their third of ten Organized Team Activities (OTAs) which will continue for the next three weeks until... Standout players from OTA practice (5/25) Three standout players from the Giants' third OTA practice of 2017: OTA No. 3 is in the books. NEWS > Giants sign DE Taylor, Safety Ihenacho > Experts predict big year for Gi... Veteran QB's vie for backup role QBs Geno Smith and Josh Johnson look to secure a role on the Giants 53-man roster: EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – Geno Smith was the Giants’ most intriguing acquisition this offseason. ... 5 things we learned at media hour (5/25) Five takeaways from the Giants media availability following Thursday's practice:  The New York Giants wrapped up their first week of Organized Team Activities (OTAs) on Thursday with their longe... Giants add defensive depth with DE Devin Taylor & Safety Duke Ihenacho The Giants have signed DE Devin Taylor and Safety Duke Ihenacho:EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The Giants today added two veteran defenders who have played in 102 NFL games and registered a combined 306 ... More experts are predicting a big year for Giants NFL experts make bold predictions for the Giants' 2017 season: Rejoice football fans. Your favorite sport is on its way back.   NEWS > OTA practice notes and observations > ... New overtime and roster cut rules highlight 2017 changes The NFL owners voted on several new rule changes for 2017: The winds of change blew out of Chicago this week. At the NFL’s spring meeting in the Windy City, owners approved a handful of rule chang... Rashad Jennings wins Dancing with the Stars RASHAD JENNINGS WINS DANCING WITH THE STARS BY MATT COHEN There’s something about moves on the football field that translates to moves on the dance floor. On Tuesday night, former Giants runn... OTA practice notes and observations (5/23) Giants.com brings you an inside look at Tuesday's OTA Practice: On Tuesday the Giants held their second of ten Organized Team Activities (OTAs) which will continue for the next three weeks until ... Buffalo Bills Bills OTA notes - Week 2 The Bills are now more than halfway through their OTA practice sessions with week two now complete. Here are some of the noteworthy events that took place on the field. Watch: Hodges Signs, C. Jones Impresses Bills' Insider Chris Brown wraps up week 2 of OTA's from One Bills Drive, a week that featured the addition of LB Gerald Hodges to the roster, both sides of the ball looking sharp and more. Bills finalize scouting staff Buffalo completed the hirings in their scouting department on Thursday with three scouts. Terrance Gray hired as College Scouting Director On Thursday the Bills named Terrance Gray as the College Scouting Director. LeSean McCoy: "This Is Like Home to Me" RB LeSean McCoy talks about his upcoming charity softball game, adjusting to the new offense, working with new fullbacks, feeling at home in Buffalo and more. Sean McDermott: "This is a Total Team Effort" HC Sean McDermott talks to the media about recent roster transactions, injury updates, Marcell Dareus, Ron Darby and more. Bills sign free agent LB Gerald Hodges Buffalo's newest free agent linebacker figures to be firmly in the mix for the weak side linebacker role in the Bills 4-3 defensive front. Bills Today: Frazier believes Ragland could play outside Bills defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier is eager to get Reggie Ragland in the team portions of practice, but he's not yet cleared. Still, he thinks Ragland is capable of playing more than just middle linebacker. Bills ink Peterman to complete draft class signings The Bills now have their entire 2017 draft class under contract after fifth-round pick Nate Peterman signed on Wednesday. Top 3 Breakout Sophomores: Defense See which Buffalo Bill made Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks list of 2nd-year defenders that are ready to take the next step this season. Keuka College Keuka College Holds 2016-17 Athletics Awards Keuka College honored their student-athletes for their achievements over the academic year Hammers and Mooney Named NFCA All-Region Keuka College freshmen Jessie Hammers and Colleen Mooney were named Second Team All-Northeast Region by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Keuka College Baseball’s Season Ends in NEAC Tournament The Wolves lost to Penn St.-Abington 5-4 and Penn College 10-6 on Friday Keuka College Baseball Trio Earn All-Conference Skinner, Johnsen, and LaRue were named All-Conference by the NEAC Wolves Split with Penn College to end Regular Season Keuka College lost the opener 5-1 but won the nightcap 8-7 Nuzzo and Johnsen Honored by NEAC Dave Nuzzo was named Player of the Week and Bryan Johnsen was named Pitcher of the Week on Monday Keuka College Softball Falls in NEAC Championship Keuka College defeated Abington, but lost to Penn St.-Berks in the championship Wolves Defeat Wildcats on a Rainy Saturday Keuka College defeated Cazenovia 7-2 in Baseball. Game 2 was called due to rain Wolves Lose to Penn St.-Berks 9-0 Keuka College fell to the Nittany Lions in Softball Keuka Tops Wilson in Record-Setting Victory Keuka College earned their school-record 26th victory, defeating the Phoenix 7-2 in softball Rochester Democrat and Chronicle St. John Fisher ace Lindsey Thayer tosses a no-hitter in NCAAs Junior right-hander strikes out 11, comes within walk of perfect game, in a 2-0 win          Red Wings Wheeler making pitch for suicide prevention, awareness and educational funding Red Wings pitcher Jason Wheeler looks to strike out stigma of suicide with day at Frontier Field in honor of his brother-in-law Jeremy Walters.          WATCH: Penfield's Megan Motkowski get surprised being named Girls Athlete of Week The senior lacrosse player, who is headed to Hofstra, has a team-high 47 goals for the Patriots (11-5).          Crisis Nursery provides emergency child care Two parents were recently cited for leaving their three small children alone in Eastview Mall while they worked. The case led many people to ask what options are available for parents who find themselves in need of emergency child care. Crisis Nursery, on Genesee Park Boulevard, is one option.          D&CNOW: Our top stories Here's a breakdown of the stories right now at www.democratandchronicle.com.          Rain hangs over Section V baseball and softball tournaments The new Section V baseball and softball tournament lineup after rain moves finals and semifinals back a day and to different sites.          Buffalo Bills sign WR Streater and LB Hodges, release Kouandjio The Buffalo Bills reshaped their offense and defense with flurry of moves          Red Wings postponed; Aquinas grad Bostick coming to town Holiday weekend promotions include fireworks, Bark in the Park and Turn Back the Clock Day with 50-cent hot dogs          WATCH: Eastridge's Da'Kari Brown named Athlete of the Week Eastridge senior zoomed to fifth-fastest 100-meter dash on state leaderboard during Monroe County Championships.          Rochester Knighthawks record big assist, donate $17,500 to Veterans Outreach Center The indoor lacrosse team's annual Military Night jersey auction in March raised $10,000 more than its previous best.          Daily Messenger Naples boys tennis rallies past C-S-B to advance to sectional finals After the first two singles matches of their sectional contest on Thursday, Campbell-Savona-Bradford lead Naples two games to none. Knowing that their season was on the line, the Big Green realized that had to win the remaining three games, one single and two doubles games, in order to advance in sectionals.That is exactly what Naples would do, winning their final three games and clinching a 3-2 sectional victory over the Panthers on Thursday at Naples.In the first singles [...] Canandaigua Classic shifts course to town roads Third edition of half-marathon takes in sights of Canandaigua Lake and flows north through Cheshire on Saturday morning Youth gymnastics: Eagle Extreme team fourth at state meet Gymnasts compete at event in Ithaca HS Roundup: Canandaigua lacrosse topples Spencerport to advance to semifnals The Canandaigua boys lacrosse team defeated Spencerport on Wednesday, which leads off our roundup of local high school sports. NHL playoffs: Best show on earth When it comes to excitement and grit, it doesn't get much better than hockey and former NBA great Charles Barkley agrees HS Roundup: Canandaigua softball knocks off top-seeded Brighton The Canandaigua girls softball team defeated Brighton on Tuesday, which leads off our roundup of local high school sports. Indy 500: Dixon discusses gunpoint robbery Just hours after winning the pole position, Scott Dixon and fellow driver Dario Franchitti were held up in Taco Bell drive-thru Youth gymnastics: Eagle team places fourth at state championships Victor's Julia Hannan wins all-round title at Level 6 Child D age group for Eagle Gymnastics of Canandaigua HS roundup: Victor baseball upsets No. 1 Webster Schroeder Louie Schafer, Hunter Ruthven and Chris Varone combine on winning run in 7th inning, which leads off our roundup of Monday's events HS boys lacrosse: Area teams ready to roll Section V tournaments kick off and Victor, Canandaigua and Pal-Mac are in position to make run toward titles Finger Lakes Times Royals-Yankees game postponed, rescheduled for Sept. 25 NEW YORK (AP) — The scheduled game between the Kansas City Royals and New York Yankees has been postponed by rain. Ex-Houston Rockets coach Jeff Gundy supports charter school HOUSTON (AP) — Jeff Van Gundy navigates the campus of Pro-Vision Academy like it was Toyota Center. France eases into U20 World Cup knockout stage SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — France eased into the knockout stage of the Under-20 World Cup after beating Vietnam 4-0 on Thursday. Rooney dropped by England LONDON (AP) — Former captain Wayne Rooney was dropped from the England squad on Thursday, a day after his Manchester United side won the Europa League. Montana hunter, angler groups increasingly at odds There is a political and ideological division between Montana hunter and angler groups that seems to be widening. Flooding has negligible effect on fish spawn The timing and duration of flooding throughout Southern Illinois probably won’t have a negative effect on game fish spawns. In some cases, flooding may have actually been beneficial. Man U rediscovers aura, winning mentality under Mourinho STOCKHOLM (AP) — Two trophies, qualification for the Champions League, and a re-establishment of the club's old aura and winning mentality. THE FISHING LINE Despite some chilly weather coupled with hat-chasing winds that kept many boats in dry dock last week, fishing continued to improve last week with increased activity on prairie lakes and streams added to the mix. Spring fishing conditions are beginning… Portugal's European Championship hero dropped from squad LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Portugal is going to the Confederations Cup without Eder, its goal-scoring hero in the final of the European Championship, and rising star Renato Sanches. Luis Enrique seeks one last trophy before leaving Barcelona MADRID (AP) — Luis Enrique is finally saying goodbye to Barcelona, with one last chance at a trophy. Auburn Citizen Larry Robinson won't return to Sharks next season SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Larry Robinson will not be back with the San Jose Sharks next season. Skydiver wearing a wingsuit crashes, dies in California SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The skydiver who fell to his death in a California vineyard was wearing a specialized jumpsuit that resembles a flying squirrel and undertaking an extreme but growing sport that can send people soaring through the air… Warriors coach Steve Kerr not yet ready to return to bench FILE - In this Monday, Nov. 28, 2016 file photo, Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr directs his team during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Atlanta Hawks in Oakland, Calif. Golden State Warriors coach… Warriors coach Steve Kerr not yet ready to return to bench OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Steve Kerr is involved in just about everything but the actual game-day coaching for the Golden State Warriors — film session, coaches meetings, game-planning and practice. Kentucky extends women's assistant hoops coach Dunn's deal LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky has signed assistant Lin Dunn to a contract extension through the 2017-18 season. Aly Raisman calls out airport worker for 'muscles' comment FILE - In this Feb. 3, 2017, file photo, Aly Raisman attends ESPN: The Party 2017 in Houston, Texas. Raisman used Twitter on May 24, 2017, to call out an airport security worker who she says questioned whether she had… Aly Raisman calls out airport worker for 'muscles' comment Three-time Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman is calling out an airport security worker who she says questioned whether she had enough muscles to be a gymnast. Ducks look to future after narrow playoff loss to Predators Anaheim Ducks head coach Randy Carlyle and players watch the action during the third period in Game 6 of the Western Conference final against the Nashville Predators in the NHL hockey Stanley Cup playoffs Monday, May 22, 2017, in Nashville,… Ducks look to future after narrow playoff loss to Predators The Anaheim Ducks shake hands with the Nashville Predators after the Predators won Game 6 of the Western Conference final in the NHL hockey Stanley Cup playoffs Monday, May 22, 2017, in Nashville, Tenn. The Predators won 6-3 to win… Ducks look to future after narrow playoff loss to Predators ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Ryan Kesler and Kevin Bieksa both say the Anaheim Ducks' narrow defeat in the Western Conference finals this week was the toughest loss of their hockey careers. Finger Lakes Daily News 2017-05-26T07:36:01Z http://www.fingerlakesdailynews.com/pages/index.cfm?id=215