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Is this in his job description?: Minnesota Twins mascot T.C. shovels snow off the top of the Twins dugout and into the television camera pit before the first baseball game of a doubleheader against the Toronto Blue Jays in Minneapolis, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Wednesday night’s game was rescheduled for Thursday night due to a winter storm in Minnesota. (Photo: Ann Heisenfelt/The Associated Press)

Is this in his job description?: Minnesota Twins mascot T.C. shovels snow off the top of the Twins dugout and into the television camera pit before the first baseball game of a doubleheader against the Toronto Blue Jays in Minneapolis, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Wednesday night’s game was rescheduled for Thursday night due to a winter storm in Minnesota. (Photo: Ann Heisenfelt/The Associated Press)

Hanging on: Ryan Getzlaf spent the final seconds of the Anaheim Ducks’ playoff opener in the dressing room with a large ice bag pressed to a nasty cut on his left cheek.Playoff success usually requires a little discomfort, and the Ducks got a good taste of both in their opener.Getzlaf had a goal and an assist, Frederik Andersen made 32 saves to win his NHL playoff debut, and the Ducks held on for a 4-3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Wednesday night.Getzlaf, Kyle Palmieri and Mathieu Perreault scored in a dominant first period for the top-seeded Ducks, who began their playoff run on a dead sprint. Anaheim led 4-0 midway through the second period before Dallas got rolling in its first playoff game since 2008. (Photo: Jae C. Hong/The Associated Press)

Hanging on: Ryan Getzlaf spent the final seconds of the Anaheim Ducks’ playoff opener in the dressing room with a large ice bag pressed to a nasty cut on his left cheek.

Playoff success usually requires a little discomfort, and the Ducks got a good taste of both in their opener.

Getzlaf had a goal and an assist, Frederik Andersen made 32 saves to win his NHL playoff debut, and the Ducks held on for a 4-3 victory over the Dallas Stars on Wednesday night.

Getzlaf, Kyle Palmieri and Mathieu Perreault scored in a dominant first period for the top-seeded Ducks, who began their playoff run on a dead sprint. Anaheim led 4-0 midway through the second period before Dallas got rolling in its first playoff game since 2008. (Photo: Jae C. Hong/The Associated Press)

The best and the worst of the Raptors’ season: The Toronto Raptors wrap up the regular season on Wednesday with a game against New York at Madison Square Garden. Before they play that one, and determine their first-round opponent in the process, here is a look back at the previous 81 games, starting with the play of the year: Terrence Ross posterized Kenneth Faried on Jan. 31 with what might have been the best dunk of the year in the NBA. (Photo: Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

The best and the worst of the Raptors’ season: The Toronto Raptors wrap up the regular season on Wednesday with a game against New York at Madison Square Garden. Before they play that one, and determine their first-round opponent in the process, here is a look back at the previous 81 games, starting with the play of the year: Terrence Ross posterized Kenneth Faried on Jan. 31 with what might have been the best dunk of the year in the NBA. (Photo: Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

Boys of summer…?: The Toronto Blue Jays were getting mowed down by Phil Hughes through the first five innings on a chilly night at Target Field, but the big swingers never panicked.The Jays have a long history of beating up on the former Yankees right-hander, so they knew it was only a matter of time before they got him in his new home in Minnesota.Jose Bautista had three hits and an RBI, and Brett Lawrie hit a grand slam in the ninth inning to help the Blue Jays beat the Twins 9-3 on Tuesday night.Edwin Encarnacion had two hits and an RBI, and Aaron Loup (1-0) won in relief of starter Brandon Morrow, who lasted 3 2-3 innings in 35-degree weather. The Blue Jays led 5-2 going into the ninth before Lawrie’s towering drive off Jared Burton put it away. (Photo: Ann Heisenfelt/The Associated Press)

Boys of summer…?: The Toronto Blue Jays were getting mowed down by Phil Hughes through the first five innings on a chilly night at Target Field, but the big swingers never panicked.

The Jays have a long history of beating up on the former Yankees right-hander, so they knew it was only a matter of time before they got him in his new home in Minnesota.

Jose Bautista had three hits and an RBI, and Brett Lawrie hit a grand slam in the ninth inning to help the Blue Jays beat the Twins 9-3 on Tuesday night.

Edwin Encarnacion had two hits and an RBI, and Aaron Loup (1-0) won in relief of starter Brandon Morrow, who lasted 3 2-3 innings in 35-degree weather. The Blue Jays led 5-2 going into the ninth before Lawrie’s towering drive off Jared Burton put it away. (Photo: Ann Heisenfelt/The Associated Press)

'We endure. We overcome. And we own the finish line': Survivors, first responders and family members of those killed came together Tuesday to mark the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing with solemn ceremonies.

“This day will always be hard, but this place will always be strong,” former Mayor Thomas Menino told an invitation-only audience of about 2,500 people gathered at the Hynes Convention Center, not far from the marathon finish line where three people died and more than 260 others were injured a year ago. (Photos: Charles Krupa/The Associated Press, Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

'It just pisses me off': Canucks coach fumes at Flames counterpart after Daniel Sedin stretchered off iceA miserable season for the Vancouver Canucks ended with a scary incident on Sunday night, and more frustration from their combustible coach.Daniel Sedin scored twice before leaving the game on a stretcher following a hit from behind that saw Sedin stay down after being driven into the boards by Calgary’s Paul Byron. Sedin was taken to hospital as a precaution and later released.Byron was assessed a five-minute penalty for boarding and a game misconduct. Flames head coach Bob Hartley appeared agitated at the call, something that incensed his Vancouver counterpart, John Tortorella, who struggled to bite his tongue when speaking to the media afterwards.“The year that we’ve had, and I am the head coach of this team, you tuck your tail between your legs and you leave,” said Tortorella. “It’s been a rough year, but it’s embarrassing to coach against the guy across from me tonight. Some of the things that went on when Danny was hurt, it’s embarrassing.” (Photo: Rich Lam/Getty Images)

'It just pisses me off': Canucks coach fumes at Flames counterpart after Daniel Sedin stretchered off ice
A miserable season for the Vancouver Canucks ended with a scary incident on Sunday night, and more frustration from their combustible coach.

Daniel Sedin scored twice before leaving the game on a stretcher following a hit from behind that saw Sedin stay down after being driven into the boards by Calgary’s Paul Byron. Sedin was taken to hospital as a precaution and later released.

Byron was assessed a five-minute penalty for boarding and a game misconduct. Flames head coach Bob Hartley appeared agitated at the call, something that incensed his Vancouver counterpart, John Tortorella, who struggled to bite his tongue when speaking to the media afterwards.

“The year that we’ve had, and I am the head coach of this team, you tuck your tail between your legs and you leave,” said Tortorella. “It’s been a rough year, but it’s embarrassing to coach against the guy across from me tonight. Some of the things that went on when Danny was hurt, it’s embarrassing.” (Photo: Rich Lam/Getty Images)

Sunday’s London Marathon had a reported 36,000 runners, from fun-runners to the world’s elite. World record-holder Wilson Kipsang of Kenya won the men’s London Marathon in a course record two hours, four minutes and 29 seconds. (Photos: Tom Dulat/Getty Images, Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images)

Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia returns a shot against Tanongsak Saensomnoonsuk of Thailand during the OUE Singapore Open tournament men single quarter-final in Singapore on April 11, 2014. Lee beat Saensomnoonsuk 21-8, 21-14. (Photo: Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images)

Lee Chong Wei of Malaysia returns a shot against Tanongsak Saensomnoonsuk of Thailand during the OUE Singapore Open tournament men single quarter-final in Singapore on April 11, 2014. Lee beat Saensomnoonsuk 21-8, 21-14. (Photo: Roslan Rahman/AFP/Getty Images)

Atletico Madrid fans show their colours during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg match between Club Atletico de Madrid and FC Barcelona at Vicente Calderon Stadium on April 9, 2014 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Atletico Madrid fans show their colours during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg match between Club Atletico de Madrid and FC Barcelona at Vicente Calderon Stadium on April 9, 2014 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo: Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Canucks fire GM Mike Gillis: The Vancouver Canucks will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2008, and it has cost their general manager his job.The team fired Mike Gillis on Tuesday, a day after a loss to the Anaheim Ducks eliminated Vancouver from playoff contention.“I would like to sincerely thank Mike Gillis for his hard work and the many contributions he made on and off the ice during his tenure,” Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini said in a release posted to the team’s website. “The Vancouver Canucks had success under Mike’s leadership, and we nearly reached our ultimate goal; but I believe we have reached a point where a change in leadership and new voice is needed.” (Photo: Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press)

Canucks fire GM Mike Gillis: The Vancouver Canucks will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2008, and it has cost their general manager his job.

The team fired Mike Gillis on Tuesday, a day after a loss to the Anaheim Ducks eliminated Vancouver from playoff contention.

“I would like to sincerely thank Mike Gillis for his hard work and the many contributions he made on and off the ice during his tenure,” Canucks owner Francesco Aquilini said in a release posted to the team’s website. “The Vancouver Canucks had success under Mike’s leadership, and we nearly reached our ultimate goal; but I believe we have reached a point where a change in leadership and new voice is needed.” (Photo: Jonathan Hayward/The Canadian Press)