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  • redistrumps May 21, 2009
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    I cannot go Saturday but will be there Tuesday. Saturday should be perfect though, great weather, weekend night, I don't know what I was thinking when I purchased Tuesday over Saturday. Anyway will watch from home and cheer like I'm there.
    GO CANES!!

  • StunGunn May 21, 2009
    Sports Legend

    dmarley2 - I hope you bring them luck on Saturday! I'm worried about Cole and Ruutu; their potential absence from Game 2 doesn't bode well for our usual success in that game. Let's hope they can split the series in Pittsburg and come back to Raleigh with the series tied, and enjoy home cookin'. GO CANES!!!

  • dmarley2 May 20, 2009
    All Star

    I'll be at game 3 on Saturday, but other than that I'll be cheering from either home or the firehouse - I have to work on the nights of game 4 and a potential game 6, so I'm stoked to have the opportunity to go see the boys in person on Saturday.

    GO CANES !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • StunGunn May 20, 2009
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    View quoted thread

    I think this will be thrown in our faces until the season is over, which I'm hoping isn't until mid-June for the Canes! Ward was picking on a player he knew wasn't a fighter (Cullen), and Walker came to help out his team mate. I'm glad Walker wasn't suspended. And for all the fuss about a broken orbital, Roddy's face looked a lot more bruised after being hit by the puck than Ward's did. dmarley2 - are you going to any of the games? I'll be cheering from home.

    GO CANES!!

  • dmarley2 May 19, 2009
    All Star

    Here we go again... I still don't understand how people are calling that a "sucker punch" - Ward was looking straight at Scott Walker when he hit him. He didn't sneak up on him from behind, or hit him blindsided - Ward was trying to get rough with Matt Cullen, Walker skated in and forearm-shivered him off of Matty, threw his glove off, squared up, and layed the wood to him. Ward had his hands down at his sides and was looking directly at Walker. How is that a sucker punch?

  • Cragsdale May 15, 2009
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    Bruins lost AGAIN! Nuff' Said!

  • AlphaTraz May 15, 2009

    hahahahah! I thought we "awoke the sleeping bear"..."the bear den wants blood tonight"...hahahahahahah! I guess all that talk was just a "crock of Beans"....hahahahaha!

    GO CANES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • mistersinister May 15, 2009
    Towel Boy

    how is Chara dirty? you need to realize that hockey goes back before the hurricanes and see some tapes of Claude Lemieux, Ulf Samuelson, or Todd Bertuzzi ending a mans career with one punch. You make it seem like Chara is driving peoples heads into the boards when the ref isn't looking.

    Just because that moron Tripp Tracy says something is or isn't a penalty, doesn't make it so. I noticed that he didn't say a word when Cole caught Kobasew with a stick to face at 7:41 in the 2nd, so it must not be a penalty then.

    Was a good series and a good win for the Canes, best of luck with Pittsburgh. Also, thanks to Scott Walkers wife for helping him "overcome adversity". I guess sucker punching someone takes a mental toll. Such a load of garbage. GL next round.

  • Claude626 May 15, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Throughout this series, I always felt that the officials were favoring the b-Ruins, Chara got way too much leeway, he is the dirtiest player I have seen, so glad to see the Bruins get dumped out........

  • none_given May 12, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Wow - Cane's fans are whiners. I've been to many games at the RBC, rooting for the Canes, and every single time a Cane gets checked the whole arean groans and screams for a penalty. It's really pretty funny.

    This is hockey, not ballet people. To me, the officiating had seemed pretty reasonable. Not perfect, but not horrible. As for Tripp being neutral, puh-leeez.

  • StunGunn May 12, 2009
    Sports Legend

    View quoted thread

    You know what really counts, chuck2 - you're a good fan! Don't let some jerk on this site tell you otherwise. If the only people allowed to watch or comment on the games were the people who knew all the rules, well, hockey and all other sports would have a pretty small audience. Keep watching and cheering, chuck2 - I don't know all the rules either, and I don't care - the more I watch, the more I learn. GO CANES!

  • chuck2 May 12, 2009

    Have you noticed most of the negative comments about the Canes are coming from the Durham area? The New Jersey loss killed them so now they have switched over to the Bruins. I'll be the first to admit that there are some rules that I don't understand after watching the game for 40 years. I played organized baseball and football from 6 years old to 21 years old and I can say I probably don't have all the rules of of these games memorized. But to finally have a team in Carolina and a chance to watch them live? I could care less if I know all the rules are not. I love sitting at the RBC and watching these guys skate. I may not know all the rules but I know all the Hurricanes by their number and first name.

  • dmarley2 May 11, 2009
    All Star

    Not selective stats - I was just under the impression that we were talking about the playoffs. You know, as in present time - not the all-important regular season meetings. The reason I say that Staal has handled Chara is because that has been the matchup. And like I said, the stats and performance say it all:

    Staal- 5 pts, +2
    Chara - 0 pts, -4

    I don't know, I guess little things like that don't really matter. A goon who is more physical than people smaller than him is what really counts. But then again, what should you expect from me? I also think playoff stats are more important than regular season stats. Silly me, I'm from the south, so of course I don't know anything about hockey.

    I guess if the Canes win tomorrow, we'll see john and marshall disappear as suddenly as they showed up. Can't wait to go to the game and try to keep up with whatever is going on down on that icy looking stuff.

    GO CANES Y'ALL !!!! - BEAT BAAHSTON!!!!!!!!

  • edits May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    You know what imarshall2, there is not a team in hockey that does not have players that take cheap shots or take dives, they all do it. Some get caught, some don't. Sometimes it just depends on when they do it, where they do it and how the game has been played up to that point. For example, Ruutu did it last night on a delayed/late offsides call. He dropped his stick beside the net and went and crunched a Bruin into the wall. It was really uncalled for but wasn't called, but could have been. Like I said in a previous post, I am not a fair weather fan, I am a fair fan. It is what it is.

  • imarshall2 May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    No respect for the Cranes. They are a dirty, cheap shot, bunch of cry babies!! The fans most of them have no idea how the game is played, they cry every time a crane goes down (or dives) I go to a dozen or so games a year and most of their fans have no clue. Most teams in the NHL are always complaining how the cranes are always taking a dive and what a bunch of cheap shots they are.

  • StunGunn May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    No one should mess with you! Enjoy the game tomorrow night and bring our guys some luck!

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    I'll keep that argument up, as we must have different definitions of manhandling. To me its more physical than scoring goals, unless you said Staal manhandled Thomas, which he did, but nothing you could say would have me agree that Staal ever manhandled Chara. But you seem to be limited in the time scale you look at, completely ignoring the 4 times these teams met during the regular season. Selective statistics, nice.

  • dmarley2 May 11, 2009
    All Star

    Just for the record, I am not too offended with the way this series has been called - questionable officiating seems to be the norm in sports lately, so its really a non-issue. (as in, I don't really expect good officiating, so I'm not surprised)

    As for the cheap shots and such, its been OBVIOUS to anyone with functioning eyes that the Ruins have been guilty of several - the Canes outplayed them for 3 straight games, and with each period of each game, the frustration was undoubtedly growing - naturally, that frustration is going to manifest in more physicality on the ice.
    Was Scotty's punch last night a bit dirty? I guess - but he certainly didn't "sucker punch" Ward. Ward was getting rough with Cullen and Walker came to his defense. As kenny said, Walker was just quicker than Ward.

    And yes, I believe Eric Staal will go back to "manhandling" Chara in game 6 - at least I hope so. (I couldn't help but notice how quickly johnc dropped that argument when I put up the numbers)

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Fair enough, and the panic business was kind of funny.

    I'm out of here so good luck to your team tomorrow.

  • edits May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    Sorry for the incorrectly spelled word. Don't like lap top keyboards.

    No junior college psych evaluations here, just my opinion and according to what you just said, that is perfectly OK. I do know what state Hartford is in and I know what state the Bruins are in, it is called PANIC.

    Why do you say fanboy? I'm a chick. The ranks need to be changed to include the female gender. You two are still my chumps for the day though, I don't really care what you think.

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Are the Hurrucanes a farm team for the Hurricanes?

    I didn't know the rules about the forum. I thought I could comment on whatever post I wanted. How boring would this forum be if it was just Canes fans going back and forth about who's the bigger Canes fanboy? Want to keep people out, then you should start your own forum and make it exclusive, or if you're the admin, ban my account. But please save the junior college psych. 101 evaluations.

    Do you even know what state Hartford is in?

  • edits May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    You get "Chumps" for the day! I didn't see anyone cryng in this series except for Chara Julien and some Boston fan they showed on TV before the game the other night.

    My thoughts are that all you Carolina Hurrucanes Haters have more serious issues with yourselves and instead of working on you, you pick on someone else.

    Get a firetruckin' life and if you don't have naything nice to say about OUR CANES and OUR FANS then stay the you know what off of OUR posts!

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    The word neutral was used in a post on page 1, where someone said he had to remain neutral, which is laughable and where I got it from. I don't assume southerners in general don't understand hockey, just a large number of them aren't clear what constitutes a penalty and what doesn't. Not sure why that would bother you. It wouldn't bother me if you thought I was just some northern a-hole (even though I've lived here almost half my life), as its your opinion.

    I didn't catch Lucic over at the Canes bench, as I changed it at the horn to see the 4th quarter of the Celtics but he could have just been asking about dinner plans, or seeing if the Canes had tee times scheduled... I hope he doesn't do anything stupid as any payback on Walker can wait and he's more valuable on the ice.

  • kennywalters May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    Why should Tripp Tracy be neutral? I mean seriously. What team is he working for, the Bruins? No. He works for the Canes. By the way John, the fans in Boston whine just as hard when one of their players gets hit I'm sure. Every fan thinks their team is getting the short end of the stick. However, do not assume that just because we're from the South that we do not understand hockey. I agree it is a tough game, but the Bruins have been real chippy since the Canes went ahead in this series, especially Lucic. I don't condone Walker's actions and am surprised he didn't get at least one game off. However, I also do not condone the way Aaron Ward chose to go after Matt Cullen in a 4-0 game or that Lucic decided to trash talk the bench when the game was over. Game 6 will probably be called tight as a drum now and I imagine there will be a lot of power plays. Hopefully, they won't remain at a 2-1 Bruin advantage.

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    I completely agree, playoff hockey is rougher and mean, I just prefer it not to be dirtier (think Claude Lemieux), but its a 2 way street. 90% of the posts on here are just whining about how the Canes are getting the shaft, the Bruins get away with whatever they want and are the only team that pushes and shoves after the whistle.

    I didn't think Ward knew a fight was coming, at least not with Walker but oh well. Suspensions have been erratic and inconsistent across the board. I'm over it and have moved on. I do wish someone would cheap shot Paul Maurice like that though. What a d-bag that guy is.

    And yes, Tripp Tracy has a man crush on Staal and quite possibly Jokinen. I find listening to his "neutral" commentary painful. Forslund is good though, although I don't appreciate his enthusiasm when the Canes score.

  • reese74 May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Hey John,
    It wasn't the most civilized thing Walker has done. But was nowhere near the same as the hits that the Canes have taken either. Don't you think Sean Avery's hit to Andrew Ladd was dirtier? How about Colton Orr giving Cullen a concussion with his stick? Look at the video - Ward knew a fight was coming - Walker just got his gloves off quicker. You can't blame Scotty for sticking up for Cullen. I do agree that the instigating rule should be enforced. But, I'm not going to argue that he only got a fine. It's playoff hockey. It's dirty, rough, and mean. That's what this sport is about. Besides, we all know that Ovechkin is the one that gets away with murder. At least what I've seen so far in the playoffs.

  • StunGunn May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    I just hope tomorrow's game is not one filled with penalties. I'd personally love to see Lurch flattened, but our main objective is to beat the Beanie Babies and be done with them. I agree that the Canes have gotten the short end of the stick with phantom penalties, and oh, yeah that goal that everyone saw was a goal except the ref and the guys in Toronto. No one has done Carolina any favors. I never noticed Tripp Tracy having a man crush on Staal, but if that's the way you feel,johnc, maybe you won't mind getting them a room tomorrow night, and as for the "Candy Canes", well, they'll do their talking on the ice tomorrow, and I'm sure it won't be "sweet", other than sweet revenge. GO CANES!

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Ok, so I'm not bright when it comes to Canes fans, I can live with that, but I've been to enough games down here, including the exhibition game back in Greensboro (Rangers vs. Pens) and the crowd goes crazy whenever the blessed red and white even gets bumped into. Sure, the officiating may suck, but look at the fact that Walker got no suspension. I'm fine with that too, but enough already with the whining about not getting calls.

    What goes around comes around, and thats been the rule for at least as long as I've been watching hockey. Just don't try and tell me that a) that punch wasn't cheap and cowardly and b) that you wouldn't be upset if the roles were reversed.

    That shot will come back to haunt Walker, I just hope its either next season or at the earliest, game 7 back in Boston.

  • Cragsdale May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    Johncarreiro, first off, you're not real bright when it comes to canes fans. Second, it's one thing to call a game close in both directions, it's another to have penalty in min being a 2 - to - 1 odds favor the Bruins in a Playoff series. And third, even the ESPN analysts, TV commentators, fans from both teams (yes I know some bruins fans who agree the games are being called lopsided and it makes this series very much worthless to watch in some cases) and just about anyone whose watched hockey a few times all know and are saying there are a lot of bad calls being made and even more no calls. You can't knee a guy in the side when he's down on the ice up against the boards, smash his head into the ice, there's only so much face pushing and punching after a wistle that's supposed to be allowed, god the list can go on and on but I've made my point.

    So sure, hockey is a physical sport, but just like all sports there are rules and the Bruins aren't being held to the same accountability as teh rest of the league. The Boston player not also recieving a 5min Fighting major for throwing punches back at Walker is case in point.

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Wow, way to stay on topic.

    You know, its tough pulling for the only team in the NHL to initiate extracurricular activity after the whistle. I guess thats what the Bruins brought to the table when the NHL was created.

    I wonder how you hockey knowledgable Canes fans would be reacting if Aaron Ward would have clocked Walker, breaking his orbital bone while his hands were at his sides, and then Claude Julien joked about it. Of course, if that were the case, THEN it would be a cheap shot.

    I've met quite a few hockey fans from a wide assortment of teams, but Canes fans are always the ones that can't seem to grasp that hockey is a physical game. Anything happens to someone in the red and white, the crowd screams for a call, regardless if its from a hit, or the guy just lost an edge with no one near him. Watch some of the other series and you'll see that extracurricular activity exists in every series and game, not just your poor little Canes getting the mush.

  • kennywalters May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend


    I know that the Canes have been to the Stanley Cup finals twice this decade and came up on the victorious side in 06. I know that the Bruins love to initiate extracurricular activity after the whistle. I also know that all these transplant Bruins fans can get out of NC if they don't like it here. Go back to Massachusetts where your senators can kill people and get away with it because their last name is Kennedy.

  • dmarley2 May 11, 2009
    All Star

    Completely agree with you, jack - but then again, what do we know about hockey down here in the south?

  • jacktheripper May 11, 2009
    Bench Warmer

    I think the reason why the Canes players got so chippy last night was due to the fact that they have been getting the shaft this entire series. Everytime there is a scrum after the play you can see Chara or some other Bruin in there giving some glove love (from time to time this is just part of the game, but not every single time). I think it all just came to a head last night.

    Canes players were tired of getting called on cheap hooks and stick holding calls when Bruins players have been getting away with blatant trips/boarding calls all series. I think they figured as long as this game(game 5) is over we are going to start earning some of these penalties. If the Bruins try and come to Raleigh on Tuesday and get away with some of the same old stuff the Canes have been letting slide up to this point I think you will find there will be a lot more gloves dropped in a lot shorter preiod of time. GO CANES!!!!

  • dmarley2 May 11, 2009
    All Star

    I was a hockey fan before we ever got the Canes, and I mos def know the rules, so your blanket statement about Canes fans was not necessarily true. I'd also like to know which Canes player cried or accused the refs of cheating - I haven't seen ANYONE in this series crybabying or making excuses except for Claude Julien.

    I will say one thing - The Ruins cheap shots have been more subtle than what we saw from Scotty last night. Certainly doesn't qualify as a "sucker punch" as some are calling it, but still not a good play.

    As for examples of sportsmanship, how about thug Lucic going over to the Canes bench AFTER the game and running off at the mouth trying to start something? Or Ruins fans throwing stuff onto the ice?

  • jbritt May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    I figured out what the "B" on their sweaters stands for . . . and it is neither Boston nor Bruins.

  • dmarley2 May 11, 2009
    All Star

    "As for Staal 'manhandling' Chara, when does this happen? Is that what you call it when he makes a run at Zdeno and then bounces off?"

    No, that's what I call it when Staal has dominated in terms of stats and productivity, not the fact that the biggest player in the history of the league is hard to knock down - that's pretty obvious.
    Let's be real and look at the Staal/Chara matchup going into Sunday's game:

    Staal - 5 pts, +2
    Chara - 0 pts, -4

    You're right, johncarreiro - I guess its been pretty even, huh? Yes, I know Chara stepped up last night, but my comment was made before last night - and as you can see, it was indisputable.

  • johncarreiro May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Tripp Tracy remains neutral? Thats the funniest thing I've read in a while. Thank you. That guy sweats Eric Staal like he's his wife and listening to him, you'd think the Candy-canes invented the sport. There's nothing neutral about his so called analyzing.

    As for Staal "manhandling" Chara, when does this happen? Is that what you call it when he makes a run at Zdeno and then bounces off? Oh, and nice cheap shot by Walker to possibly take out a defenseman, and then have the classless coach laugh about it. Win at all costs I guess huh Caniacs?

  • imarshall2 May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Carolina fans are the worst in all of the NHL, they don,t know the game rules they cry everytime there guys are hit. Carolina has a reputation of taking falls. Canes players are the dirty ones, tried to chop off Chara ankle, threw a cheap shot to the face of one of the Bruins and broke his bone now maybe out for the rest of the playoffs!! Talk about dirty unsportsmanlike players!!! if things don,t go there way your fans and your players do nothing but cry and call the refs cheaters, yes the refs don,t always get it right but it has gone both ways.

  • imarshall2 May 11, 2009
    Towel Boy

    Must be from Carolina, it,s Hockey when they use a stick and a little black disk (NFL)

  • StunGunn May 11, 2009
    Sports Legend

    View quoted thread

    Funny dmarley:-) I like all your theories. Well, it's going to rain today, so I hope it rains - GOALS - for us tomorrow!

    Go Canes!!!!

  • GoHeels88 May 10, 2009

    Go Canes!

  • edits May 10, 2009
    Sports Legend

    dmarley2: You are hurting me! Literally. I am laughing so hard now that I am really hurting. I have a mildly bruised lung and chest wall contusion and it really hurts, especially when I cough, breathe and especially laugh.

  • dmarley2 May 10, 2009
    All Star

    Oh yeah, I forgot one thing - GO CANES!!!!!!!!!!!!! WOOOOOOOOO!!!!

  • dmarley2 May 10, 2009
    All Star

    It's the ice's fault - the ice in the RBC center isn't the right temperature.

    I mean, isn't it obvious? - it's the Zamboni driver's fault - he doesn't do the right pattern between periods.

    No wait, it's Sidney Lowe and Bill Cowher's fault - the way they sound the siren creates an unfair disadvantage for the Ruins.

    Hold on - I think the Canes are up 3-1 because of all the rain we've had the past week or so - everybody knows that teams who wear red benefit tremendously from precipitation. I really think that the NHL should look into this.

    It certainly has nothing to do with the fact that the Canes are out-skating, out-hustling, out-defensing and downright out-playing the Ruins. Quit being a crybaby Julien, and take losing like a man. Crybaby.

  • edits May 10, 2009
    Sports Legend

    From my previous post don't misunderstand, I meant the officiating has been good, in fact great for the Bruins.

  • edits May 10, 2009
    Sports Legend

    Officiating has been good, it's been great for the Bruins.
    Julien is running out of excuses. First it was the hockeys gods , then he blamed the team then the refs, now it's the coach, who isn't even on the ice (see video under "Canes Today")! Next he's gonna be blaming the fans, then after that he will be blaming the Penguins or the Capitals. Whatever! Hopefully tonight the excuses that have come pouring out of his mouth will come to an end. He just needs to go ahead and admit that his team has run into a team that is playing better and wants it more and does not take anything for granted. Happy Mother's Day! Especially to my two hockey mom peeps devilshhockeygirl and jgunn!

  • dmarley2 May 10, 2009
    All Star

    No respect for the Bruins. They are simply a dirty team. You can always see a team's (or individual's) true colors when things aren't going good, and they are proving themselves to be cheap-shot artists. Must suck to be as big as Chara and still be getting man-handled by Staal. We will definitely see things get ugly on Sunday, especially if the Canes score first. The frustration of getting dumped on for the past week has undoubtedly gotten the best of Boston.

  • dexterpyro69 May 9, 2009
    Towel Boy

    The officiating has been very very bad...The Bruins get the canes on the ice and do pushed their heads in the ice. If we jump out to a lead in Game 5....fists are going to start flying....Carolina has been disciplined so far but we can only take so much....

  • gtr May 9, 2009
    Sports Legend

    It's always funny when fans of the winning team complain about officiating.

  • toastingyoureffort May 9, 2009
    Towel Boy

    The NFL?

  • jbrothers513 May 8, 2009
    Towel Boy

    What was up with the ref's tonight? It's almost like the NFL wants the Bruins to win.

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(31) A. Ramos-Vino3 6 6 2 6 
J. Benneteau6 3 3 6 1 
J. Thompson7 6 65 4 5 
S. Darcis5 3 77 6 7 
(7) M. Cilic6 7 6   
R. Dutra Silv4 5 1   
(13) R. Gasquet2 2 3   
K. Edmund6 6 6   
S. Stakhovsky6 3 2 6 77 
G. Elias1 6 6 3 64 
L. Lacko4 6 6 3  
E. Escobedo6 4 4 6  
G. Pella6 6 6   
B. Fratangelo3 4 4   
T. Bellucci4 6 1 66  
A. Kuznetsov6 3 6 78  
(28) M. Klizan2 1 1   
M. Youzhny6 6 6   
N. Almagro6 6 79   
M. Fucsovics1 4 67   
V. Pospisil6 6 6   
J. Kovalik1 3 3   
(10) G. Monfils6 6 77   
G. Muller4 2 65   
S. Robert2 6 4 3  
A. Seppi6 3 6 6  
(20) J. Isner3 4 77 6 77 
F. Tiafoe6 6 65 2 63 
(9) J. Tsonga6 6 6   
G. Andreozzi3 4 4   
M. Baghdatis6 6 1   
F. Bagnis4 2 1   
G. Clezar6 66 2 4  
M. Chiudinell2 78 6 6  
B. Baker6 78 4 2 2 
F. Delbonis3 66 6 6 6 
(4) R. Nadal6 6 6   
D. Istomin1 4 2   
(32) B. Paire6 2 3 7 6 
D. Lajovic2 6 6 5 1 
J. Satral4 3 6 6 6 
M. McDonald6 6 3 2 2 
(23) K. Anderson6 7 6   
Y. Nishioka3 5 4   
(18) P. Cuevas6 6 0 5 6 
D. Sela3 2 6 7 3 
P. Herbert4 66 6 0  
M. Zverev6 78 4 6  
R. Haase6 5 3 6 3 
J. Duckworth4 7 6 4 6 
(15) R. Bautista A7 6 65 77  
G. Garcia-Lop5 1 77 63  
A. Mannarino4 65 3   
R. Harrison6 77 6   
(24) L. Pouille3 6 6 6  
M. Kukushkin6 2 4 2  
J. Vesely77 4 2 6 7 
S. Myneni65 6 6 2 5 
(26) J. Sock77 7 3 1 6 
T. Fritz63 5 6 6 4 
(5) M. Raonic7 6 6   
D. Brown5 3 4   
(1) N. Djokovic6 5 6 6  
J. Janowicz3 7 2 1  
WTA Scoreboard
Monday, Aug. 29
First Round
I. Falconi2 1    
C. Buyukakcay6 6    
(24) B. Bencic66 6 6   
S. Crawford78 3 4   
(7) R. Vinci6 6    
A. Friedsam2 4    
A. Petkovic77 6    
K. Kucova63 3    
(14) P. Kvitova7 6    
J. Ostapenko5 3    
C. Wozniacki4 6 6   
T. Townsend6 3 4   
(30) M. Doi4 1    
C. Witthoeft6 6    
C. McHale6 6    
M. Barthel2 2    
V. Golubic2 3    
C. Bellis6 6    
M. Sakkari4 6 3   
Y. Duan6 4 6   
(2) A. Kerber6 1    
P. Hercog0 0    
Y. Putintseva6 6    
S. Lisicki1 2    
A. Cornet4 1    
M. Lucic-Baro6 6    
(28) C. Vandeweghe77 3 4   
N. Osaka64 6 6   
(27) S. Errani4 63    
S. Rogers6 77    
(9) S. Kuznetsova6 6    
F. Schiavone1 2    
A. Sevastova6 6    
A. Schmiedlov3 3    
Y. Wang6 77    
A. Van Uytvan3 64    
E. Rodina6 6    
D. Collins1 2    
(12) D. Cibulkova6 6    
M. Linette2 3    
(3) G. Muguruza2 6 6   
E. Mertens6 0 3   
T. Pironkova6 6    
V. Razzano1 2    
(21) I. Begu0 4    
L. Tsurenko6 6    
(32) M. Puig4 2    
S. Zheng6 6    
S. Cirstea6 5 2   
A. Bogdan0 7 6   
S. Hsieh0 5    
K. Bondarenko6 7    
A. Sasnovich2 6 5   
L. Davis6 4 7   
M. Brengle2 2    
K. Day6 4    
(13) J. Konta6 6    
B. Mattek-San3 3    
(22) E. Svitolina65 6 6   
M. Minella77 0 2   
(18) B. Strycova3 77 1   
M. Niculescu6 63 6   
(8) M. Keys4 5    
A. Riske6 5