Anthony Joshua wasn't wrong when he raised his hands in victory after knocking Wladimir Klitschko down in the fifth round of what looked like a one-sided heavyweight title fight. The rookie mistake allowed Klitschko to rally, nearly taking the lead as the two 6-foot-6 men went to the 11th round — four rounds longer than any Joshua fight had ever gone. Rounds 5 and 6 featured some of the best heavyweight action since Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield and Lennox Lewis — the latter two sitting ringside — ruled the division.
As the linesman was about to drop the puck for a faceoff, there was a second puck sitting behind the Capitals’ goal, which hadn’t been collected after the last stoppage in play. Now, play would continue for about 90 seconds, including a few instances where the other puck would be sent behind the Capitals’ net and we all prayed for chaos. As one point, NBC debuted what can only be called “Second Puck Cam” during this weirdness.
Ilya Kovalchuk's path to a potential return to the NHL goes through the New Jersey Devils.