Stanley Cup finals shift to Boston

NHL: We've had a game-winning goal with 18 seconds left and an OT winner 11 seconds into extra time. Tune in to see what drama Game 3 of has in store tonight in Boston with the Canucks leading the series 2-0 (8 p.m., Versus). A team has taken a 2-0 series lead at home in every Stanley Cup final since the lockout ended in 2005 and only the 2009 Red Wings lost the series. Teams are 42-4 when leading the Stanley Cup finals 2-0. If the Bruins want to get back in the series, they need to improve on their power play. Boston has converted on just 8.6 percent of its power plays this postseason.

NCAA softball: The Women's College World Series championship starts tonight in Oklahoma City with the first game of a best-of-three series between top seed Arizona State and No. 4 Florida (8 p.m., ESPN2). Florida's lone loss in bracket play came to Arizona State in the second round. The Sun Devils are unbeaten in tournament play, going a perfect 8-0. Arizona State hopes to win its second national championship -- its first was in 2008 when this year's seniors were freshmen. Florida scored 25 runs in its last two games (both vs. Alabama), seeks the first national championship in school history and first for an SEC team.

MLB: It's a limited schedule tonight around the majors. Of note, the Dodgers visit the Phillies on ESPN's Monday Night Baseball (7:05 p.m., Ted Lilly vs. Cliff Lee). ... White Sox pitcher John Danks is 0-8 and will have to beat the Mariners and rookie phenom pitcher Michael Pineda to get his first win of the season (8:05 p.m.). Danks is the first White Sox pitcher since 1942 to start a season 0-8 or worse.

2011 MLB draft: The first round of the three-day draft starts tonight (7 p.m., MLB Network). The Pittsburgh Pirates have the top pick and are expected to select UCLA standout pitcher Gerrit Cole, who was drafted in 2008 by the New York Yankees but did not sign.

Information from ESPN Stats & Information was used in this report.

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