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Here are the final standings for the 2014-15 Toon NHL season:

Eastern Conference:

Metropolitan Division:

New York Islanders: 54-18-10 (118 points)
New Jersey Devils: 48-24-10 (106 points)
Philadelphia Flyers: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Washington Capitals: 46-28-8 (100 points)
Pittsburgh Penguins: 38-34-10 (86 points)
New York Rangers: 35-33-14 (84 points)
Columbus Blue Jackets: 32-38-12 (76 points)
Carolina Hurricanes: 28-40-14 (70 points)

Atlantic Division:

Detroit Red Wings: 49-28-5 (103 points)
Montreal Canadiens: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Boston Bruins: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Buffalo Sabers: 43-26-13 (99 points)
Florida Panthers: 42-26-14 (96 points)
Ottawa Senators: 38-32-12 (88 points)
Toronto Maple Leafs: 35-34-13 (83 points)
Tampa Bay Lightning: 30-40-12 (72 points)

Playoff Teams:

1. Islanders
2. Devils
3. Red Wings
4. Flyers
5. Canadiens
6. Bruins
7. Capitals
8. Sabers


Western Conference:

Pacific Division:

San Jose Sharks: 64-12-6 (134 points) [PRESIDENT'S TROPHY WINNERS]
Anaheim Ducks: 52-21-9 (113 points)
Calgary Flames: 46-28-8 (100 points)
Los Angeles Kings: 45-27-10 (100 points)
Vancouver Canucks: 38-36-8 (84 points)
Edmonton Oilers: 36-35-11 (83 points)
Phoenix Coyotes: 24-42-14 (62 points)

Central Division:

Chicago Blackhawks: 58-18-6 (122 points)
Colorado Avalanche: 55-18-9 (119 points)
St. Louis Blues: 53-19-10 (116 points)
Minnesota Wild: 50-22-10 (110 points)
Winnipeg Jets: 48-27-7 (103 points)
Dallas Stars: 44-28-10 (98 points)
Nashville Predators: 42-32-8 (92 points)

Playoff Teams:

1. Sharks
2. Ducks
3. Flames
4. Blackhawks
5. Avalanche
6. Blues
7. Wild
8. Jets


Quarterfinal Matchups:

East:

Islanders vs. Sabers
Devils vs. Capitals
Red Wings vs. Bruins
Flyers vs. Canadiens

West:

Sharks vs. Jets
Ducks vs. Wild
Flames vs. Blues
Blackhawks vs. Avalanche


Round 1 Schedule:

East:

Islanders/Sabers:

Game 1: Islanders - 3; Sabers - 2 (NYI leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 7 PM @ Islanders
Game 3: 4/19 - 7 PM @ Sabers
Game 4: 4/21 - 7 PM @ Sabers
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 7 PM @ Islanders
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 5 PM @ Sabers
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 7 PM @ Islanders

Devils/Capitals

Game 1: Devils - 4; Capitals - 2 (NJ leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 7 PM @ Devils
Game 3: 4/20 - 7 PM @ Capitals
Game 4: 4/22 - 7 PM @ Capitals
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 7 PM @ Devils
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 2 PM @ Capitals
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 7 PM @ Devils

Red Wings/Bruins:

Game 1: Red Wings - 3; Bruins - 0 (DET leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 8 PM @ Red Wings
Game 3: 4/19 - 7 PM @ Bruins
Game 4: 4/21 - 7 PM @ Bruins
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 8 PM @ Red Wings
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 7 PM @ Bruins
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 8 PM @ Red Wings

Flyers/Canadiens:

Game 1: Flyers - 5; Canadiens - 0 (PHI leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 7 PM @ Flyers
Game 3: 4/20 - 7 PM @ Canadiens
Game 4: 4/22 - 7 PM @ Canadiens
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 7 PM @ Flyers
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 7 PM @ Canadiens
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 7 PM @ Flyers


West:

Sharks/Jets:

Game 1: Sharks - 6; Jets - 2 (SJ leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 10 PM @ Sharks
Game 3: 4/19 - 9 PM @ Jets
Game 4: 4/21 - 9 PM @ Jets
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 10 PM @ Sharks
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 9 PM @ Jets
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 10 PM @ Sharks

Ducks/Wild:

Game 1: Ducks - 2; Wild - 1 (ANA leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 10 PM @ Ducks
Game 3: 4/20 - 8 PM @ Wild
Game 4: 4/22 - 8 PM @ Wild
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 10 PM @ Ducks
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 9 PM @ Wild
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 10 PM @ Ducks

Flames/Blues:

Game 1: Flames - 4; Blues - 3 (CGY leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 9 PM @ Flames
Game 3: 4/19 - 4 PM @ Blues
Game 4: 4/21 - 8 PM @ Blues
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 9 PM @ Flames
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 3 PM @ Blues
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 9 PM @ Flames

Blackhawks/Avalanche:

Game 1: Blackhawks - 3; Avalanche - 1 (CHI leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 8 PM @ Blackhawks
Game 3: 4/20 - 9 PM @ Avalanche
Game 4: 4/22 - 9 PM @ Avalanche
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 8 PM @ Blackhawks
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 4 PM @ Avalanche
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 8 PM @ Blackhawks


TIME TO GET CUP CRAZY! Who's your team?
IT'S CUP TIME! The run to Lord Stanley's Cup begins tonight! We're in Brooklyn to start the race for hockey's Holy Grail as Randy Cunningham and the Eastern Conference's top team, the New York Islanders, take on Dipper Pines and the eighth-seeded Buffalo Sabers, for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals! Here are tonight's starting lineups:

Islanders (54-18-10):

Center: Randy Cunningham (48) [C]
Left Wing: Heidi Weinerman (8) [A]
Right Wing: Howard Weinerman (13) [A]
Defenseman: Bash Johnson (37)
Defenseman: Bucky Hensletter (22)
Goalkeeper: Theresa Fowler (39)

Sabers (43-36-13):

Center: Robbie Valentino (29) [A]
Left Wing: Dipper Pines (14) [C]
Right Wing: Mabel Pines (33) [A]
Defenseman: Soos Ramirez (40)
Defenseman: Ford McGucket (11) 
Goalkeeper: Wendy Courduroy (1)

Referees: Greg Kimmerly and Mike Hasenfratz
Linesmen: Brian Mach and Steve Barton

ABC will cover this series with Gary Thorne and Bill Clement in the booth and Mike Milbury at ice level. Over to them now.


Gary Thorne (voiceover): In October, 30 teams began a journey with one common goal....to get to the Stanley Cup Playoffs. 14 of those teams are gone. 16 teams now start fresh. 8 weeks from now, 1 team will have their name etched in silver....32 pounds of silver....the STANLEY CUP. Getting there isn't easy. It will take resiliency and perseverance to make it the distance. The journey begins tonight. The New York Islanders, led by their All-Star captain Randy Cunningham, had the best record in the Eastern Conference this season. His team now faces only its 3rd playoff opponent in the last 10 years as they take on a Sabers team that barely squeaked into the playoffs. Dipper Pines has played like a general this season, leading the Sabers to their best record in 5 years. Can they pull off the upset and knock off the best team in the East? Islanders/Sabers, Game 1.....NEXT ON ABC!

(NHL on ABC 1999-2004 theme and opening)

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS ON ABC
Presented by Sprint


Gary Thorne: The Stanley Cup Playoffs on ABC, we're in Brooklyn and so are the Buffalo Sabers, who waited until the last 2 months of the season to make their move, getting into the playoffs by 3 points over the Florida Panthers. Tonight, Dipper Pines leads his Sabers into battle against Randy Cunningham and the best team in the Eastern Conference, the New York Islanders. A crowd of 19,441 on hand to witness Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals here at the Barclays Center between the #1 seed New York Islanders and the eighth-seeded Buffalo Sabers. And we welcome you to New York and to the NHL on ABC's coverage of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Gary Thorne, Bill Clement with you, Mike Milbury's at ice level, we check in with him to start. He's with Heidi Weinerman.


Mike Milbury: Thank you, Gary. Heidi Weinerman scored 54 goals this season. You and your team now have a clean slate to start the Stanley Cup Playoffs. You're up against a very physical Buffalo Sabers team that sneaked their way into the postseason. Do you feel you can overcome their physical game style?


Heidi: Honestly, I'm not too sure. We had our share of difficulty with the Sabers in the regular season, but it'll be hard for us to find a way around their enforcers. Valentino, Northwest, Dipper Pines....they have the potential to become All-Star caliber players. They are physical, they are tough to get around. It'll be tough to put up any kind of offense against these guys, but we'll find a way.


Mike Milbury: Heidi Weinerman confident in her team to get something done against the Sabers in these Conference Quarterfinals. Gary?


Gary Thorne: Thank you, Mike. Crowd continuing to file in here at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. We take a look at our officiating crew tonight - Greg Kimmerly and Mike Hasenfratz are the referees, Brian Mach, Steve Barton patrol the lines, standbys are Pierre Champeaux and Tom Chimelewski and the off-ice officials are from the Edmonton Oilers. Puck is dropped and we are underway in Brooklyn for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals here on ABC! This is Game 1 of a Stanley Cup Playoff doubleheader here. After we're done here in Brooklyn, we'll take it to Calgary, where Mike Greenberg and John Davidson have the call for Game 1 between the Calgary Flames and the St. Louis Blues. Islanders send out Cunningham, Heidi Weinerman, Howard Weinerman, Johnson and Hensletter with Theresa Fowler between the pipes. The Sabers will bring out Dipper Pines, Mabel Pines, Valentino, Ramirez, McGuckett with Wendy Corduroy in goal. Heidi Weinerman will snap a shot that goes wide, picked up by Cunningham. Cunningham to the backhand! Save made by Corduroy, rebound for Hensletter....OFF THE LEFT PAD OF WENDY CORDUROY! Puck onto Heidi Weinerman's stick, looking for redemption....GLOVE SAVE BY CORDUROY AND SHE'LL HOLD ONTO IT!

Bill Clement: Time to take a look at our Dodge Challenger KEYS TO THE GAME:

- Get Physical
- Fight to the Slot Area
- Control the Neutral Zone


Gary Thorne: Face-off will be to the right of Wendy Corduroy. Islanders win the draw, puck poke checked off the stick of Randy Cunningham and taken in by Dipper Pines. Pines will fire to Valentino, Robbie Valentino back to Dipper Pines and pass over to Mabel Pines. Mabel Pines....to Dipper Pines....SAVE MADE BY THERESA FOWLER! Rebound for Ramirez, KICK SAVE BY FOWLER AND SHE WILL CLEAR! This portion of the NHL on ABC is brought to you by Enterprise Rent-A-Car, official rental car provider of the NHL. Puck corralled by Johnson, overshoots Cunningham with the pass, Howard Weinerman recovers. Howard Weinerman, pass to Heidi Weinerman for a shot...rebound....SAVE MADE BY CORDUROY AND SHE'LL COVER FOR THE WHISTLE! Delayed call coming up here.

Bill Clement: Judging by the reaction on the bench, looks like this one's against Buffalo.

Gary Thorne: Let's get the call from Mike Hasenfratz.


Mike Hasenfratz: Buffalo penalty, #20, 2 minutes for charging.


Gary Thorne: Robbie Valentino is the guilty party this time.

Bill Clement: Valentino was the team leader in penalty minutes this season, let's take a look at this one more time. 1, 2, 3 steps....and right into Bucky Hensletter. Totally blatant on Robbie Valentino's part, refs are gonna call that 9 times out of 10.


Gary Thorne: Robbie Valentino will serve 2 in the sin bin. Islanders will go on the power play when we come back. The National Hockey League on ABC will return after these messages and a word from our ABC stations!

STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS - EASTERN CONFERENCE QUARTERFINALS

New York Islanders - 0
Buffalo Sabers - 0

17:42 - 1st Period


(return from commercial)

(NHL on ABC theme)


Gary Thorne: The Stanley Cup Playoffs on ABC are brought to you by Enterprise Rent-A-Car, official rental car provider of the NHL; by Walt Disney Pictures' CINDERELLA, in theaters now, rated PG; and by Goodyear - Everything we learn from making tires that stand up the grueling demands of NASCAR inspires what we put into your car. Goodyear - MORE DRIVEN. Welcome back to Barclays Center in Brooklyn for Game 1 of this Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series between the Islanders and the Sabers. Islanders about to go on a Coors Light power play as Robbie Valentino will serve 2 minutes for charging. This penalty coming at 2:18 of the opening frame. Heidi Weinerman will snap a shot, rebound for Randy Cunningham, shot....HE SCORES! (New York Islanders goal horn) THE FIRST GOAL OF THE STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFS GOES TO THE NEW YORK ISLANDERS AND IT'S 1-0!

Bill Clement: And the last thing you want to do as a keeper in the Stanley Cup Playoffs is allow a rebound. That's what happened to Wendy Corduroy, she spotted the rebound, but it was a fraction of a second too late as Randy Cunningham got to it first, went top shelf on Corduroy, makes it 1-0 Islanders.

Gary Thorne: Randy Cunningham opens the Stanley Cup Playoffs in style with his first goal of the postseason, the first goal of the postseason, Heidi Weinerman on the assist, goal coming in at 2:44 of the opening period. New defensive pairing coming on for the Sabers, Pacifica Northwest and Tambry DiCicco checking in for Ramirez and McGuckett. Dipper Pines centers it to Northwest....SHE TIES IT!

Bill Clement: They're waving it off, refs are saying that the puck didn't completely cross the line.

Gary Thorne: The refs are gonna review this and if they find conclusive evidence to overturn the call, they will do just that.

Bill Clement: We have the benefit here on ABC of multiple points of view and judging from our perspectives, the puck did indeed cross the line completely. However, it's not up to us, it's up to the officials.

Gary Thorne: Let's go to Greg Kimmerly for the call.


Greg Kimmerly: After further review, the puck completely crossed the goal line. It's a good goal.


Bill Clement: They overturned the call! That's a rarity since the refs don't have the same benefit that we in the broadcast booth have.

Gary Thorne: Pacifica Northwest will get credit for the goal, her first of the playoffs. Dipper Pines gets the assist, goal comes at 3:04 of the 1st period, ties us up at 1 here in Game 1 of this best of 7 Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series.


Period Summary:

Goals:

NYI: Randy Cunningham (1) [Power Play]
Assist: Heidi Weinerman (1)
Time: 2:44 - 1st Period

BUF: Pacifica Northwest (1)
Assist: Dipper Pines (1)
Time: 3:04 - 1st Period


Penalties:

BUF: Robbie Valentino
Charging (Minor)
Time: 2:18 - 1st Period

NYI: Heidi Weinerman
Cross Checking (Double Minor)
Time: 7:46 - 1st Period

NYI: Rachel Marano
Fighting (Major)
Time: 9:40 - 1st Period

BUF: Pacifica Northwest
Fighting (Major)
Time: 9:40 - 1st Period

BUF: Pacifica Northwest
Instigation (Minor)
Time: 9:40 - 1st Period

NYI: Willem Viceroy
High Sticking (Double Minor)
Time: 14:48 - 1st Period

NYI: Hannibal McFist
Boarding (Double Minor)
Time: 20:00 - 1st Period


(2nd Period)


(NHL on ABC theme)

Gary Thorne: The Stanley Cup Playoffs on ABC is brought to you by....PlayStation 4 - GREATNESS AWAITS; by Discover - official credit card of the NHL; and by Disney/Pixar's INSIDE OUT, starring Amy Poehler and Mindy Kaling, in theaters June 19th, film not yet rated. Back here in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center for Game 1 of this best of 7 Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series between the Islanders and the Sabers, we'll be back here for Game 2 on Friday Night. If necessary, Games 5 and 7 will be back here at the Barclays Center and you'll see them right here on ABC. Hannibal McFist's double minor for boarding carries over to this 2nd period, Sabers will start on the power play, face off taken by Valentino. He's with the Pines twins, Dipper and Mabel, on that first unit. Pacifica Northwest, Tambry DiCicco on defense and Wendy Corduroy is in net. Isles send out their PK unit of Cunningham, Howard Weinerman, Heidi Weinerman and Hensletter with Theresa Fowler between the pipes. Northwest in on net, she's got the Pines twins with her. Northwest, over to Mabel Pines....POKE CHECKED AWAY BY THERESA FOWLER! Rebound for Dipper Pines, SAVE MADE BY FOWLER AND SHE WILL CLEAR! Puck onto the stick of Heidi Weinerman, overshoots Howard Weinerman with the pass, Hensletter recovers it. Hensletter from the top circle, slapshot goes wide, Cunningham picks it off of the bounce. 2:40 to go on the power play for the Sabers. Cunningham with a shot, rebound for Heidi Weinerman....SCORES! (New York Islanders goal horn) A SHORTHANDED MARKER FOR HEIDI WEINERMAN, HER FIRST OF THE PLAYOFFS AND THE ISLANDERS ARE BACK IN FRONT! IT'S 2-1!

Bill Clement: And this was a problem for Corduroy during the first part of the season. She allowed too many rebounds. That's exactly what happened here, she reverted to her early season form, let a rebound get to her, Heidi Weinerman was right on top of it and fired a laser right past Wendy Corduroy. If the Sabers are to win this series, they're to need a playoff caliber performance from everyone, especially their keeper.

Gary Thorne: Official tally is Heidi Weinerman from Randy Cunningham at 1:32 of the 2nd period, Sabers continue on the power play, 1:56 remaining on McFist's double minor. Hensletter loses his footing, puck stolen away by Pacifica Northwest! Only the goalie to beat! Hard shot....PAST FOWLER, SHE SCORES! A POWER PLAY GOAL FOR PACIFICA NORTHWEST, HER 2ND GOAL OF THE GAME AND WE ARE TIED AT 2!


Period Summary:

Goals:

NYI: Heidi Weinerman (1) [Shorthanded]
Assist: Randy Cunningham (1)
Time: 1:32 - 2nd Period

BUF: Pacifica Northwest (2) [Power Play]
Unassisted
Time: 2:34 - 2nd Period

Penalties:

NONE


3rd Period Summary:

Goals:

NONE

Penalties:

BUF: Robbie Valentino
Fighting (Major)
Time: 13:44 - 3rd Period

NYI: Randy Cunningham
Fighting (Major)
Time: 13:44 - 3rd Period

NYI: Heidi Weinerman
Fighting (Major)
Time: 14:20 - 3rd Period

BUF: Pacifica Northwest
Fighting (Major)
Time: 14:20 - 3rd Period

BUF: Pacifica Northwest
Instigation (Minor)
Time: 14:20 - 3rd Period


Overtime Summary:

Goals:

NONE

Penalties:

NONE


(Double Overtime)

Gary Thorne: We welcome you back to Brooklyn for Game 1 of this Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series between the Islanders and the Sabers. For those of you expecting to see Game 1 between the Flames and the Blues from Calgary, you can now see that on ESPN. Coming up next on ABC, it's your late local news followed by 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' and 'Nightline'. Unlike the regular season, where we go to a shootout if no one scores in overtime, games in the playoffs just go to another overtime and we will keep going until we have a winner. Islanders will go with their starting lineup with Cunningham, Heidi Weinerman, Howard Weinerman, Johnson and Hensletter with Theresa Fowler in net. Sabers have Valentino with the Pines Twins, Dipper and Mabel, making up the forward unit. Pacifica Northwest and Tambry DiCicco on defense and Wendy Corduroy holding station in goal. ODD MAN RUSH FOR THE ISLES, 2 ON 1! Cunningham....over to Heidi Weinerman.....SCORES! (New York Islanders goal horn) THIS ONE'S OVER! HEIDI WEINERMAN WITH A GAME WINNING GOAL AND THE ISLANDERS TAKE A 1-0 SERIES LEAD!

Goal: Heidi Weinerman (2)
Assist: Randy Cunningham (2)
Time: 1:56 - Double Overtime


3 Stars:

3rd Star: Pacifica Northwest
2nd Star: Randy Cunningham
1st Star: Heidi Weinerman


Shots:

Islanders: 56
Sabers: 47

Win: Theresa Fowler (1-0)
Loss: Wendy Corduroy (0-1)


Final Score:

New York Islanders - 3
Buffalo Sabers - 2
Final/2OT

Islanders lead series 1-0


Time: 4:32

Attendance: 19,441


Stanley Cup Playoff Recap:

Devils: 4; Capitals: 2 (Devils lead series 1-0)
Flyers: 5; Canadiens: 0 (Flyers lead series 1-0)
Red Wings: 3; Bruins: 0 (Red Wings lead series 1-0)
Sharks: 6; Jets: 2 (Sharks lead series 1-0)
Flames: 4; Blues: 3 [3OT] (Flames lead series 1-0)
Ducks: 2; Wild: 1 [2OT] (Ducks lead series 1-0)
Blackhawks: 3; Avalanche: 1 (Blackhawks lead series 1-0)


Next up: Game 2 between the Blackhawks and the Avalanche from Chicago! STAY TUNED!
Toon NHL Playoffs: Islanders vs. Sabers Game 1
The Quest for Lord Stanley's Cup begins tonight in Brooklyn as Dipper Pines leads his Sabers into battle against Randy Cunningham and the Eastern Conference's top team, the New York Islanders!
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It's time for a new season around the Verizon IndyCar Series! Today, Dan Kuso begins his title defense while a young driver by the name of Marco Diaz joins the Penske crew. Who will take home the first checkered flag of the 2015 Verizon IndyCar season in the FIRESTONE GRAND PRIX OF ST. PETERSBURG? Here's our starting lineup:

1. Dipper Pines (18)
2. Hank Hill (82)
3. Dan Kuso (9)
4. Spongebob Squarepants (34)
5. Otto Rocket (26)
6. Marco Diaz (22)
7. Guy Hamdon (19)
8. Ish Taylor (14)
9. Todd Daring (2)
10. Ben Tennyson (10)
11. Nigel Uno (98)
12. Phineas Flynn (99)
13. Tommy Turnbull (20)
14. Becky Botsford (27)
15. Tommy Pickles (3)
16. Ash Kethcum (8)
17. Johnny Test (4)
18. Sonic the Hedgehog (11)
19. Jonesy Garcia (6)
20. Gumball Waterson (91)
21. Jimmy Neutron (67)
22. Timmy Turner (16)
23. Eli Shane (17)
24. Wyatt Williams (7)
25. Ferb Fletcher (77)
26. Abigail Lincoln (5)
27. Randy Cunningham (1)
28. Manny Rivera (25)
29. Alvin Seville (28)
30. Ricky Cervantes (41)
31. Arnold Shortman (68)
32. Tai Kamiya (15)
33. Ashoka Tano (83)


Race Conditions:

Air Temp.: 83 degrees
Track Temp.: 120 degrees
Weather: Sunny and clear, no chance of rain
Green Flag Time: 3:25 PM

Track Specs:

Description: 1.8 mile temporary street circuit
Turns: 14
Distance: 110 laps/198 miles


ABC will cover this race with Allen Bestwick, Scott Goodyear and Rusty Wallace in the booth. Over to them now.


(IndyCar on ABC/ESPN theme)


Allen Bestwick: There's a live look at Madeira Beach flooded with spring breakers. Due east of there is the St. Petersburg street circuit, where we start a new season of Verizon IndyCar Series racing! We welcome you to the 11th running of the FIRESTONE GRAND PRIX OF ST. PETERSBURG live on ABC! And welcome to St. Petersburg and the Verizon IndyCar Series on ABC. Alongside Scott Goodyear and Rusty Wallace, I'm Allen Bestwick. Thanks for having us in for the race. Scott, Rusty....we found out in December that Mordecai survived his wreck in Las Vegas with a little help from resident boy genius Jimmy Neutron. As a result, not only were races in Kentucky and Las Vegas removed from this year's calendar, but ejector seats were added to this year's cars.

Scott Goodyear: Sounds too James Bond if you ask me, Allen. However, I have learned from last season to never underestimate Jimmy Neutron. His inventions may have messed up our world, but they always come back and save our world as well.

Rusty Wallace: If it wasn't for him, Mordecai may have been seriously injured....or worse! Let's focus on the here and now for the time being. We got a new season upon us, 24 races across 23 weekends spanning 8 months and it all will end in Miami on November 19th, when we crown a new champion. Dan Kuso begins his title defense while a new career begins for Marco Diaz, the 4th member of the Penske brigade. I see great things coming for him.

Allen Bestwick: 1st of 24 races for the Verizon IndyCar Series in 2015, the Firestone Indy Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. Let's head down trackside!


Track Announcer: ST. PETERSBURG RACE FANS, ARE YOU READY?! Please welcome our grand marshal, one of the stars of ABC's hit comedy 'Modern Family', SOFIA VEGARA, as she delivers the most famous words in motorsports in Spanish and English!


Sofia Vegara: Pilotos, Enciendan Sus Motores! DRIVERS, START YOUR ENGINES!


(33 900 horsepower engines fire up)


Allen Bestwick: Thank you, Sofia! Sofia Vegara from 'Modern Family', airs Wednesdays here on ABC. We look aboard Honda's FASTEST SEAT IN RACING and find one of Sofia's ABC Comedy Wednesday friends, Eden Sher from 'The Middle'! Her new show, 'Star Vs. The Forces Of Evil' debuts Monday, March 30th over on Disney XD. She's riding shotgun with Mario Andretti in the Honda 2-seater.

Rusty Wallace: She's in for the ride of her life, Allen! We say that racing's a dangerous sport and Eden Sher's about to see why.

Allen Bestwick: We take a look at our Firestone Starting Grid. Dipper Pines, Hank Hill took the top spots in qualifying earlier today. Row 2 - Dan Kuso, the defending series champion and Spongebob Squarepants in a new ride over at Andretti Autosport. Row 3 is where we'll find our rookie over at Penske Racing, Marco Diaz in the #22. He's the highest starting Penske driver on the grid today. Row 5 is where we see Todd Daring in the 2, the winner at Kansas last year.

Scott Goodyear: And not a good qualifying run for last year's 5th place driver in the points, Randy Cunningham. He's rolling off 27th. This race has never been won from outside the top 10 since we first starting coming here in 2005.

Rusty Wallace: Last year's top 5 in points with the exception of Kuso and Tennyson didn't do so hot in qualifying. They need good runs here to start the new season in style.

Allen Bestwick: We'll go 110 laps, just short of 200 miles here along the streets of St. Petersburg to start the 2015 season. Don't go over 40 MPH or you will be busted for speeding....

Scott Goodyear: And that pit window will be key, 38-42 laps. This is, in all good theory, a 2 stop race. We don't see many cautions here, but depending on how they fall, we could see more than 2 stops here today.

Allen Bestwick: Pace car pulls off, field out of turn 14 and the 2015 Verizon IndyCar Series season IS GREEN! WE ARE FULL THROTTLE IN ST. PETERSBURG! TROUBLE! ELI SHANE'S AROUND! CAUTION!

Rusty Wallace: We always say that there's a high likelihood of a yellow within the first few turns of a start or restart here in St. Petersburg.

Allen Bestwick: First caution of the race comes out on the first lap of the race. Eli Shane will rejoin the field in the 33rd position. We'll be back for the restart, you'll miss nothing as we go SIDE-BY-SIDE presented by Firestone!


(RESTART: Lap 5 - 4 caution laps)


Allen Bestwick: How about we do another take? Green flag in St. Petersburg, TAKE 2! This time, no caution in the first 5 turns as Pines sets sail!

Scott Goodyear: And there's that street course expertise coming in for Dipper Pines. He was a winner in Sonoma last year, had great runs at the road and street courses last season. He's looking to pick up where he left off, going for a W here to start the season.

Allen Bestwick: He's well on his way to picking up that season opening win, he's led all 8 laps to this point. Battle for 2nd place shaping up as Hank Hill is under attack by Guy Hamdon in the 19!

Rusty Wallace: That's Dipper's teammate right there! That's who Dipper wants to see in his rear view mirror! He's gonna clear the 82 right here and it looks like he'll take the 22 of Marco Diaz, 26 of Otto Rocket and the 9 of Dan Kuso with him!

Scott Goodyear: And you said it, Rusty....Guy Hamdon in the 19 is EXACTLY who Dipper Pines wants to see behind him. That's the most comforting feeling you can get as a driver, to have a teammate right behind you. Your teammates are essentially your best friends. They can block for you, provide essential drafting help....whatever you need to win the race, your teammates can handle it.

Allen Bestwick: As they round Dan Wheldon Way, we cross the one-tenth mark of this race, 12 of 110 laps complete here in St. Petersburg and we have a Dale Coyne 1-2 on our hands! We go SIDE-BY-SIDE presented by Sunoco, you're watching the Verizon IndyCar Series on ABC!

(IndyCar Side-By-Side)


(Lap 38 - Caution 2)


Allen Bestwick: TROUBLE IN TURN 9, THAT'S THE 17 AND THE 11 GETTING TANGLED UP!

Scott Goodyear: 2nd time today that Shane's been involved in a caution.

Rusty Wallace: I don't know if Shane got a little loose through turns 7 and 8, let's see it again in slow motion.

Allen Bestwick: 17 got hit from behind by the 22 of Marco Diaz there, Rusty.

Rusty Wallace: Shane had a good run going for him, he was 3rd, Sonic the Hedgehog was 7th....

Scott Goodyear: Sonic just had nowhere to go.

Allen Bestwick: Pits are open, we go to our Pennzoil QUAD PITS and Bill Weber!


Bill Weber: All 4 Penske cars pitting right next to each other, each going for 4 tires and fuel, as will defending series champion Dan Kuso. Kuso jumped on the radio that last lap saying his car's too free on entry. They'll make a wing adjustment to try and fix that. Meanwhile, our race leader, the 18 of Dipper Pines, opting for no adjustments, just 4 tires and fuel for the 18 and he's away!

Top 10:

1. Dipper Pines (18)
2. Guy Hamdon (19)
3. Dan Kuso (9)
4. Marco Diaz (22)
5. Otto Rocket (26)
6. Tommy Pickles (3)
7. Randy Cunningham (1)
8. Ben Tennyson (10)
9. Timmy Turner (16)
10. Phineas Flynn (99)


(RESTART: Lap 45 - 7 caution laps)


Allen Bestwick: 65 laps to go this time by here in St. Petersburg, back to green flag racing, let's go FULL THROTTLE with Disney's CINDERELLA!


(Full Throttle graphic)


(Lap 76 - Caution 3)


Allen Bestwick: 34 laps to go here in St. Petersburg, yellow flag out for the 3rd time for debris on Dan Wheldon Way, that's turn 10 here on this 1.8 mile course. There's the debris, looks like a piece of the rear wing fell off one of the cars.

Scott Goodyear: Looks like it came off the 27 of Becky Botsford.

Allen Bestwick: Caution flag #3 has come out, now 33 laps from the finish here in the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. We go Side-By-Side presented by Microsoft!


(RESTART: Lap 81 - 5 caution laps)


Allen Bestwick: We'll get the green with 29 laps to go here in St. Petersburg, green flag in the air and once again, Dipper Pines goes to the lead!

Scott Goodyear: That is a beautiful sound. We've waited 5 months to hear the engines of these IndyCars roar and it's great to hear them again.

Rusty Wallace: Give a call to that 18 team, Dipper Pines. They have absolutely dominated this race! This was supposed to be the start of Dan Kuso's title defense. While Kuso runs 5th, Pines has outclassed the field all day, led every single lap to this point and we still have 27 to go!

Allen Bestwick: Make that 26 to go as they cross the line. IndyCars head to New Orleans next. Next time we'll see you for IndyCar Series racing will be in Indianapolis for round 5 of the season, the Angie's List Grand Prix of Indianapolis. That'll take place Saturday, May 9th, 3:30 PM Eastern here on ABC. May 24th, it's the Greatest Spectacle in Racing, the 99th running of the Indianapolis 500. That's Sunday, May 24th, 11 AM Eastern right here on ABC. Our coverage is presented by GoDaddy.


(Lap 96 - Caution 4)


Allen Bestwick: BIG TROUBLE! ASH KETCHUM HARD INTO THE WALL! TIMMY TURNER WITH NOWHERE TO GO AND RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF IT ALL IS OUR SERIES CHAMPION, DAN KUSO!

Scott Goodyear: Oh my god.....a horrific wreck out in turn 7! Our series champ got leveled, his car's totaled.

Rusty Wallace: Closing stages of the race, sprint to the finish, everyone's jockeying for position, they were just in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Allen Bestwick: 98 of 110 laps complete here in St. Petersburg, under caution again for a 3 car wreck involving our defending series champion, Dan Kuso. We'll be back for the finish of this one, but you'll miss nothing as we go Side-By-Side presented by Samsung.


(RESTART: Lap 106 - 10 caution laps)


Allen Bestwick: Pines, Hamdon, Pickles, Rocket and Diaz are your top 5 with Cunningham, Seville, Squarepants, Taylor and Tennyson as we go back to green with 4 LAPS TO GO!

Rusty Wallace: I've said it before and I'll say it again, Guy Hamdon is exactly who Dipper Pines wants to see in his mirror right now.

Allen Bestwick: Will Hamdon block for Pines or will he try to win it himself? Lead is 2 seconds between the Dale Coyne teammates! They round Dan Wheldon Way, 2 LAPS TO GO IN ST. PETERSBURG! Season opening race for the Verizon IndyCar Series coming down to the final laps, Dipper Pines has led the whole way, teammate Guy Hamdon behind him....off of turn 14 they come, FINAL LAP AT ST. PETERSBURG! He won 2 races last year, he's gonna start 2015 off with a bang! TWIN CHECKERS ARE OUT FOR DIPPER PINES! HE'S A WINNER IN ST. PETERSBURG!


(18 Team Communications)

Dipper: Couldn't have done this without you, Guy!

Guy: That was She-mazing!

Dipper: Bro, enough with the she-puns. They're not funny.

Wendy: Dude, well done! That's how you start a new season!

Mabel: That was ext-ROAR-dinary, bro-bro!


That'll wrap up the season opening Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg! Here's how they finished:

1. Dipper Pines (18)
2. Guy Hamdon (19)
3. Tommy Pickles (3)
4. Otto Rocket (26)
5. Marco Diaz (22)
6. Randy Cunningham (1)
7. Alvin Seville (28)
8. Spongebob Squarepants (34)
9. Ish Taylor (14)
10. Ben Tennyson (10)
11. Phineas Flynn (99)
12. Hank Hill (82)
13. Tai Kamiya (15)
14. Abigail Lincoln (5)
15. Nigel Uno (98)
16. Tommy Turnbull (20)
17. Becky Botsford (27)
18. Ricky Cervantes (41)
19. Manny Rivera (25)
20. Jonesy Garcia (6)
21. Johnny Test (4)
22. Wyatt Williams (7)
23. Ferb Fletcher (77)
24. Ashoka Tano (83)
25. Jimmy Neutron (67)
26. Arnold Shortman (68)
27. Gumball Waterson (91)
28. Todd Daring (2)
29. Ash Ketchum (8) (DNF: Accident)
30. Timmy Turner (16) (DNF: Accident)
31. Dan Kuso (9) (DNF: Accident)
32. Sonic the Hedgehog (11) (DNF: Accident)
33. Eli Shane (17) (DNF: Accident)


Points (after 1 of 24 races):

1. Dipper Pines - 54 points
2. Guy Hamdon - 40 points
3. Tommy Pickles - 35 points
4. Otto Rocket - 32 points
5. Marco Diaz - 30 points
6. Randy Cunningham - 28 points
7. Alvin Seville - 26 points
8. Spongebob Squarepants - 24 points
9. Ish Taylor - 22 points
10. Ben Tennyson - 20 points
11. Phineas Flynn - 19 points
12. Hank Hill - 18 points
13. Tai Kamiya - 17 points
14. Abigail Lincoln - 16 points
15. Nigel Uno - 15 points
16. Tommy Turnbull - 14 points
17. Becky Botsford - 13 points
18. Ricky Cervantes - 12 points
19. Manny Rivera - 11 points
20. Jonesy Garcia - 10 points
21. Johnny Test - 9 points
22. Wyatt Williams - 8 points
23. Ferb Fletcher - 7 points
24. Ashoka Tano - 6 points
25. Jimmy Neutron - 5 points
26. Arnold Shortman - 5 points
27. Gumball Waterson - 5 points
28. Todd Daring - 5 points
29. Ash Ketchum - 5 points
30. Timmy Turner - 5 points
31. Dan Kuso - 5 points
32. Sonic the Hedgehog - 5 points
33. Eli Shane - 5 points


Next Race: GRAND PRIX OF LOUISIANA

SEE YOU IN NEW ORLEANS!
Toon IndyCar 2015: ST. PETERSBURG GRAND PRIX
A new IndyCar season dawns in St. Petersburg as Dan Kuso begins his title defense! Can he start the season off right with a win? Or will rookie Marco Diaz score his first IRL victory in the FIRESTONE GRAND PRIX OF ST. PETERSBURG?
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After the Easter break, NASCAR's back and we're off to the place where EVERYTHING'S bigger! We're in Texas for race #7 of the season, the DUCK COMMANDER 500! Here's how they'll line up for the start:

1. Guy Hamdon (41)
2. Edd (4)
3. Hoagie Gilligan (2)
4. Abigail Lincoln (5)
5. Randy Cunningham (48)
6. Tristan Taylor (22)
7. Jeremy Johnson (31) (TO THE REAR: Engine Change)
8. Ed (27)
9. Johnny Test (42)
10. Nigel Uno (1)
11. Kick Buttowski (14)
12. Tommy Pickles (24)
13. Storm Shadow (21)
14. Otto Rocket (3)
15. Blossom (78)
16. Dudley Puppy (19)
17. Timmy Turner (20)
18. Yugi Moto (11)
19. Danny Fenton (16)
20. Nikki Wong (13)
21. Cindy Vortex (10)
22. Rudy Tabootie (17)
23. Matt Quinlan (6)
24. Spongebob Squarepants (51)
25. Kim Possible (88)
26. Ben Tennyson (47)
27. Ashley Armbruster (15)
28. Marco Diaz (25)
29. Ferb Fletcher (9)
30. Joey Wheeler (18)
31. Aang (35)
32. Phineas Flynn (43)
33. Arnold Shortman (37)
34. Ash Ketchum (36)
35. Dipper Pines (66)
36. Vince Lasalle (55)
37. Virgil Hawkins (32)
38. Sokka (38)
39. Ginger Foutley (30)
40. Katara (34)
41. Hank Hill (23)
42. Homer Simpson (83)
43. Eric Cartman (26)

Race Conditions:

Air Temp.: 78 degrees
Track Temp.: 96 degrees
Weather: Cloudy, 40% chance of rain
Green Flag Time: 7:46 PM

FOX?

(NASCAR on FOX 2001-2007 theme)


Mike Joy: Everything's bigger in Texas, why should the racing be any different? We welcome you to FOX Sports' live coverage of the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series! Tonight, it's the DUCK COMMANDER 500 from Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth! Hi everyone, alongside Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds, I'm Mike Joy. NASCAR is in the hurry-up. There's rain in the forecast. NASCAR has moved the start time up 5 minutes to try and beat the weather. Let's go down trackside for the command.

Track Announcer: Race fans, it's time for the most famous words in motorsports! Please welcome our grand marshal, SI ROBERTSON!

Si Robertson: DRIVERS! START....YOUR....ENGINES!


(43 850 horsepower engines fire up)

Mike Joy: We get a look at our Pepsi starting grid. An all Stewart-Haas front row, Guy Hamdon and Edd. Hoagie Gilligan, Abigail Lincoln are in row 2, Row 3 - Randy Cunningham and Tristan Taylor. Cunningham has yet to win the spring race here, he won the fall race in 2012. Jeremy Johnson and Ed, teammates at Childress Racing, Johnson will go to the rear, he made an engine change. Johnny Test, Nigel Uno round out the top 10. While we take a look at the rest of the starting grid, DW's gonna talk to our 3rd place starter.

DW: I'm gonna try to talk to Hoagie Gilligan. Hoagie Gilligan, it's DW in the FOX booth. You got me?

(IN-RACE REPORTER: Hoagie Gilligan - 2)

Hoagie: Got ya, DW.

DW: Hoagie, you're in the most prolific position tonight. 8 of the last 9 Texas races have been won from a top 5 starting spot. You feel good about the car tonight?

Hoagie: I'd like to think so. Didn't have that good a run in practice....shocked that we're starting 3rd so let's try to capitalize on it.

DW: Okay, good luck tonight, Hoagie.

Hoagie: 10-4.


Mike Joy: We'll run 334 laps around Texas Motor Speedway to complete the 500 mile distance, pit road speed is 45 MPH and you'll be on pit lane for fuel and tires around every 48 laps.

DW: Comin' down to green here, boys. Mr. Hamdon, Mr. Edd, play nice. BOOGITY, BOOGITY, BOOGITY! LET'S GO RACIN' TEXAS STYLE, BOYS!

(START OF THE DUCK COMMANDER 500)


Mike Joy: Who's gonna lead the first lap? It's gonna be....

Larry Mac: Guy Hamdon, the 41 car. He took that lap by two-tenths of a second over Edd in the 4 car. Hamdon knows Edd has a faster car, he'll cede the position to him in the backstretch.

DW: Edd had the fastest car in both practice sessions on Friday, just missed the pole by 4 one thousandths of a second, he'll be a force to be reckoned with for sure.

Mike Joy: And take a look at rookie Dipper Pines, gentlemen! He started 35th, already up inside the top 20, bringing fellow rookie Marco Diaz in the 25 with him!

Larry Mac: Now they might not be teammates, Dipper Pines in a Michael Waltrip Toyota, Marco Diaz has that Hendrick Chevrolet, but they sure are acting like teammates right now!

Mike Joy: Yugi Moto brushed the wall in turn 3, he's fallen back to 22nd after starting 18th. There you see Joey Wheeler making his way by the 11 as 2nd place changes hands, that's Randy Cunningham, winner of the fall race in 2012, getting past Guy Hamdon. 12 laps on the board here in Texas, we'll go side-by-side and be right back. You're watching NASCAR ON FOX!


(Lap 38 - Caution 1)

Mike Joy: Eric Cartman, the race's slowest qualifier, was running 42nd, when this happened....

Larry Mac: Looks like he lost a right front tire on that 26 car. Might have shredded it, might not....

DW: He shredded the right front, guys. The entire right front side of the car is torn up. He's done.

Mike Joy: Pit stops coming up, we start with Chris Neville!


Chris Neville: Defending race winner Otto Rocket opting for 4 tires and fuel, they'll make a wedge adjustment to try and free the car up, 3 car's away! Jamie Little?

Jamie Little: Dipper Pines will pit out of 11th place, 4 tires and fuel, track bar adjustment complete and he's away! Matt Yocum?

Matt Yocum: Guy Hamdon, the polesitter tonight, reported in that his car is too tight on entry. They'll take a round of track bar out of the right front to try and rectify the situation. 4 tires and fuel for car 41 and Hamdon's away!


Mike Joy: Tommy Pickles - too fast entering; Yugi Moto nabbed for an uncontrolled tire; Marco Diaz - too fast entering, they'll have to restart tail end of the field.

Top 10:

1. Guy Hamdon (41)
2. Edd (4)
3. Otto Rocket (3)
4. Dipper Pines (66)
5. Hoagie Gilligan (2)
6. Randy Cunningham (48)
7. Nigel Uno (1)
8. Timmy Turner (20)
9. Ashley Armbruster (15)
10. Tristan Taylor (22)

(RESTART: Lap 44 - 6 caution laps)


Mike Joy: 44 laps complete this time by, green flag back out and they are already 3 wide heading into turn 2!

Larry Mac: That's not gonna work! That's not gonna work!

DW: Someone's gotta give here!

Mike Joy: That someone was Guy Hamdon! That allowed Dipper Pines to grab the lead!


(66 Team Communications)


Wendy: New Leader....66!


DW: And this is a big moment for young Dipper Pines, his first lap led in NASCAR Sprint Cup competition. I see nothing but good things for this young man.

Larry Mac: There you see his girlfriend, Pacifica Northwest, atop the pit box, cheering Dipper on.

Mike Joy: 2 drivers got nailed for speeding on pit lane during the last round of stops. For more on those penalties, we go to our FOX Sports NASCAR rules expert, Andy Petree.


Andy Petree: Thanks, Mike. Pickles and Diaz both got nailed for being too fast on entry. There are 7 timing sections on pit lane here at Texas. If you're over that 5 MPH grace period that NASCAR gives you, they will bust you, especially with the new Hawkeye system in place. Now, here's where the rule can be exploited. If your pit is within a certain scoring area, you can speed in that section all you want. Diaz's pit was in section 4, Tommy Pickles' pit was in section 6. They both sped in the section before their pit boxes. That is a no-no, that got 'em kicked to the back of the field for the restart.


(Lap 136 - Caution 2)

Mike Joy: It took us 92 laps, but now the caution's come out again, this time for debris in turn 2. There it is, it's a Coke bottle.

Larry Mac: And this caution's coming right out of a cycle of green flag stops. So the question becomes....to pit or not to pit?

Mike Joy: Survey says....no takers to pit road! 137 laps complete here in Texas, Dipper Pines is your leader, you're watching NASCAR on FOX!


(RESTART: Lap 140 - 4 caution laps)

Mike Joy: Ready to race again at lap 140, Dipper Pines leads as we CRANK IT UP!


(Crank It Up graphic)


(Lap 206 - Caution 3)

Mike Joy: SPIN IN THE FRONTSTRETCH! 25 CAR AROUND!

Larry Mac: That's our Daytona 500 winner, Marco Diaz in the NAPA car. Caution is out.

Mike Joy: 128 laps to go here in Texas, time to go up to Chris Myers and Michael Waltrip in the Hollywood Hotel for an AT&T Race Break.


(Hollywood Hotel)

Chris Myers: Thanks, Mike. 128 laps to go here in Texas, time for an AT&T Race Break. Michael, one of your guys is up front, trying to shock the world.

Michael Waltrip: That Dipper Pines is something else, Chris. I knew he was something special when I saw him run the Xfinity Series last season. After he nearly won the title, I knew I scouted the right driver for the 66.

Chris Myers: Working our 3rd caution of the race, our first one was on lap 38 when Eric Cartman blew out a left rear tire.

Michael Waltrip: This is what happens when you don't take care of your tires here at Texas. Bad decision making by Cartman, another bad finish in the works.

Chris Myers: Cartman has retired from the race, ensuing round of stops, Hendrick Motorsports drivers Tommy Pickles and Daytona 500 champion Marco Diaz get nailed for speeding coming on to pit lane. We've seen a lot of these penalties tonight, Michael.

Michael Waltrip: There you see Ashley Armbruster get busted on the last round of stops, as does Randy Cunningham, Joey Wheeler and Yugi Moto get nailed for uncontrolled tires. These pit penalties are gonna end up being killers here tonight.

Chris Myers: Dipper Pines has led the most laps, 106 of the 208 we have run so far. Just our 3rd caution of the race and only Eric Cartman has retired from the race. This has been an AT&T Race Break, now back to Mike Joy, Darrell Waltrip and Larry McReynolds.


(RESTART: Lap 213 - 7 caution laps)


Mike Joy: Closing in on 400 miles here in Texas, Dipper Pines leads 'em down to green and we're back to action in Texas!

DW: That 66 car is on fire! No one's been able to touch him!

Larry Mac: Once Pines gets into that clean air, forget about going after him! He'll be long gone!

Mike Joy: Battle for 4th place, that's Marco Diaz on Timmy Turner, he will clear the 20, bringing Tommy Pickles and Otto Rocket with him. Now Dudley Puppy has a million reasons to race tonight. If he wins, his sponsors, ACE Hardware and Stanley Tools, will donate $1,000,000 to Children's Miracle Network hospitals.

Larry Mac: Talk about comeback stories tonight, Mike, Puppy was one of the drivers nailed for an uncontrolled tire on a round of stops, fell to the tail end of the field; he's now up in the 7th position, looking strong as we get into the final 100 miles of this race.

Mike Joy: But he's got some ground to make up as he is 4.1 seconds back of race leader Dipper Pines. 112 laps to go here in Texas, you're watching NASCAR ON FOX!

(Lap 258 - Caution 4)

Mike Joy: 76 laps to go here in Texas, caution out for the 4th time as Timmy Turner spins in turn 4!

Larry Mac: Looks like he might have slammed the wall, possibly blown a right front tire as you see him pull into pit road.

Mike Joy: Money stops coming up! We start with Matt Yocum!


Matt Yocum: Final stop of the night for series champion Danny Fenton, just 4 tires and fuel for the 16 and he's away! Vince Welch?

Vince Welch: Tommy Pickles will make his final stop of the night, they'll also take on 4 tires and fuel and send the 24 on his way. Jamie?

Jamie Little: Marco Diaz is in from the 4th position, his team consists of the original Rainbow Warriors, 4 tires and fuel for the 25 and the rookie is away!


Top 10:

1. Dipper Pines (66)
2. Tommy Pickles (24)
3. Marco Diaz (25)
4. Otto Rocket (3)
5. Danny Fenton (16)
6. Hoagie Gilligan (2)
7. Nigel Uno (1)
8. Edd (4)
9. Randy Cunningham (48)
10. Dudley Puppy (19)


(RESTART: Lap 266 - 8 caution laps)

Mike Joy: 68 laps to go this time by, let's wake the neighbors and CRANK IT UP for you!

(Crank It Up graphic)


(Lap 306 - Caution 5)


Mike Joy: 28 laps to go here in Texas, caution out for the 5th time as Ginger Foutley slams the wall hard in turn 4. Let's show you the replay through our FOX X-MO camera.

Larry Mac: Looks like she was trying to defend from going a lap down to our race leader, Dipper Pines in the 66 car. Pines forced her a little too high, sent Foutley right into that outside wall.

Mike Joy: And Ginger Foutley is leaking oil everywhere! She's pulled into the garage, cleanup crews work on the track as it looks like we'll be under yellow for quite a while. Dipper Pines leads with 26 laps to go in Texas, you're watching NASCAR on FOX!

(RESTART: Lap 320 - 14 caution laps)


Mike Joy: Pines, Pickles, Rocket, Diaz, Fenton are your top 5 with 14 laps to go in Texas! Can the rookie Dipper Pines bring it home for his first career win? We saw it last year with Otto Rocket! Pines has set sail, Larry Mac!

Larry Mac: This is what we've been seein' from Pines all night long, Mike. Once he got into that clean air, he just disappeared from the pack. He's got 12, make it 11 laps to go. What he doesn't want to see right now is a caution flag. That would royally screw him over.

DW: He especially doesn't want to see the yellow coming to the white flag because that means a green-white-checker!

Larry Mac: ....or two....

Mike Joy: ....or 3! In NASCAR, if the caution comes out before the white flag, we'll get up to 3 attempts at a green-white-checker finish. They'll wave the green flag first, then the white flag, then the checkered flag. If the caution comes before the white flag, we try again. If the leader takes the white flag, the next flag ends the race. Pines is hoping the next flag he sees is the white flag. He's got 5 LAPS TO GO to score his first career Sprint Cup Series win! Lead is now 4 seconds between him and 2nd place Tommy Pickles!

Larry Mac: Smooth sailing right now for the 66, Mike. Only thing that would burn him right now, as we've been saying, is that caution flag.

Mike Joy: 152,000 fans on their feet! They're about to witness another first time winner in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series! Dipper Pines will come around to take the white flag! NEXT FLAG ENDS THE RACE! Lead is now 6 seconds between him and the 24! Does the 66 have enough fuel to make it? HALF A LAP TO GO! DIPPER PINES WILL COME OFF OF TURN 4, CHECKERED FLAG IN THE AIR AND DIPPER PINES SCORES HIS FIRST CAREER SPRINT CUP SERIES VICTORY! HE HAS WON THE DUCK COMMANDER 500 AT TEXAS!


(66 Team Communications)


Dipper: ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!

Mabel: We aren't kidding you, bro-bro! YOU ARE A WINNER IN THE SPRINT CUP SERIES!

Stan: Well done, kiddo!

Pacifica: Tonight is your night, Dipper. You're in the Chase!

Dipper: Celebration's probably gonna have to wait. Just ran out of fuel.

Pacifica: Dipper, you can be such a dork!

Dipper: But I'm your dork, Pacifica. Hey, Wendy....tell your dad that I thank him for pushing the car to Victory Lane!


That'll wrap up the Duck Commander 500! Here's how they finished:

1. Dipper Pines (66)
2. Tommy Pickles (24)
3. Otto Rocket (3)
4. Marco Diaz (25)
5. Danny Fenton (16)
6. Randy Cunningham (48)
7. Ashley Armbruster (15)
8. Joey Wheeler (18)
9. Dudley Puppy (19)
10. Kick Buttowski (14)
11. Timmy Turner (20)
12. Hoagie Gilligan (2)
13. Phineas Flynn (43)
14. Rudy Tabootie (17)
15. Abigail Lincoln (5)
16. Kim Possible (88)
17. Vince Lasalle (55)
18. Ed (27)
19. Nigel Uno (1)
20. Edd (4)
21. Tristan Taylor (22)
22. Ferb Fletcher (9)
23. Johnny Test (42)
24. Guy Hamdon (41)
25. Jeremy Johnson (31)
26. Cindy Vortex (10)
27. Ben Tennyson (47)
28. Matt Quinlan (6)
29. Yugi Moto (11) (1 lap down)
30. Blossom (78) (1 lap down)
31. Storm Shadow (21) (1 lap down)
32. Ash Ketchum (36) (1 lap down)
33. Arnold Shortman (37) (1 lap down)
34. Aang (35) (2 laps down)
35. Katara (34) (2 laps down)
36. Spongebob Squarepants (51) (5 laps down)
37. Sokka (38) (6 laps down)
38. Virgil Hawkins (32) (6 laps down)
39. Ginger Foutley (30) (DNF: Accident)
40. Hank Hill (23) (DNF: Electrical)
41. Homer Simpson (83) (DNF: Engine)
42. Nikki Wong (13) (DNF: Transmission)
43. Eric Cartman (26) (DNF: Blown Tire)


Points (after 7 of 36 races):

1. Edd - 255 points
2. Tommy Pickles - 255 points
3. Marco Diaz - 253 points (1 win)
4. Yugi Moto - 241 points (1 win)
5. Otto Rocket - 234 points (2 wins)
6. Joey Wheeler - 227 points (1 win)
7. Timmy Turner - 221 points
8. Ashley Armbruster - 215 points
9. Randy Cunningham - 215 points
10. Dipper Pines - 208 points (1 win)
11. Nigel Uno - 201 points
12. Guy Hamdon - 200 points (1 win)
13. Danny Fenton - 198 points
14. Kim Possible - 194 points
15. Johnny Test - 190 points
16. Hoagie Gilligan - 189 points
17. Dudley Puppy - 188 points
18. Phineas Flynn - 188 points
19. Abigail Lincoln - 187 points
20. Kick Buttowski - 180 points
21. Tristan Taylor - 178 points
22. Matt Quinlan - 172 points
23. Rudy Tabootie - 156 points
24. Vince Lasalle - 153 points
25. Jeremy Johnson - 152 points
26. Ed - 148 points
27. Cindy Vortex - 144 points
28. Ferb Fletcher - 127 points
29. Ginger Foutley - 125 points
30. Ben Tennyson - 115 points
31. Ash Ketchum - 112 points
32. Katara - 102 points
33. Aang - 101 points
34. Blossom - 100 points
35. Arnold Shortman - 91 points
36. Sokka - 89 points
37. Nikki Wong - 88 points
38. Hank Hill - 79 points
39. SpongeBob Squarepants - 71 points
40. Virgil Hawkins - 59 points
41. Storm Shadow - 58 points
42. Homer Simpson - 46 points
43. Eric Cartman - 24 points


Next Race: FOOD CITY 500 in honor of Steve Byrnes benefiting STAND UP TO CANCER

SEE YOU IN BRISTOL!
NASCAR Toon Cup 2015: DUCK COMMANDER 500
After the Easter break, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is back and they're off to the place where EVERYTHING's bigger, including the racing! That's right....we're in TEXAS! It's race 7 of the season, the DUCK COMMANDER 500!
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My 'Cartoon Amazing Race' series has been renewed for a 4th season! However, for this season and beyond, I'll be expanding the spectrum to include TV and literary characters as well as real people, like my friend :icondarealitytv:'s 'Amazing TV Race'. The 11 teams are:

Wilma & Betty - Neighbors/Friends ('The Flinstones')
Jessie & James - Co-Workers ('Pokemon')
Anna & Elsa - Sisters ('Frozen') 
Kermit & Ms. Piggy - Dating Actors ('The Muppets')
Chandler & Monica - Married ('FRIENDS')
Tommy & Chuckie - Best Friends ('Rugrats: All Grown Up')
Marco & Star - Best Friends ('Star vs. The Forces of Evil') [I'm planning on them having a relationship upgrade during the race]
Dan & Runo - Dating ('Bakugan')
Blake Griffin & Chris Paul - LA Clippers Teammates
Kirby & Dawn - Brother/Sister  ('Kirby Buckets')
Kurt & Kyle Busch - Brothers/NASCAR Drivers

The route:

1. Los Angeles, California to Bora Bora, French Polynesia
2. Bora Bora, French Polynesia
3. Bora Bora, French Polynesia to Christchurch, New Zealand
4. Christchurch, New Zealand to Badung, Indonesia
5. Badung, Indonesia to Hanoi, Vietnam
6. Hanoi, Vietnam to Maun, Botswana
7. Maun, Botswana
8. Maun, Botswana to Grindelwald, Switzerland
9. Grindelwald, Switzerland to Berlin, Germany
10. Berlin, Germany to Edinburgh, Scotland
11. Edinburgh, Scotland to Belfast, Northern Ireland
12. Belfast, Northern Ireland to Washington DC

Elimination Order:

1st:
2nd:
3rd:
4th:
5th:
6th:
7th:
8th:

2nd Runner Up:
1st Runner Up:

Winner:

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Here are the final standings for the 2014-15 Toon NHL season:

Eastern Conference:

Metropolitan Division:

New York Islanders: 54-18-10 (118 points)
New Jersey Devils: 48-24-10 (106 points)
Philadelphia Flyers: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Washington Capitals: 46-28-8 (100 points)
Pittsburgh Penguins: 38-34-10 (86 points)
New York Rangers: 35-33-14 (84 points)
Columbus Blue Jackets: 32-38-12 (76 points)
Carolina Hurricanes: 28-40-14 (70 points)

Atlantic Division:

Detroit Red Wings: 49-28-5 (103 points)
Montreal Canadiens: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Boston Bruins: 44-26-12 (100 points)
Buffalo Sabers: 43-26-13 (99 points)
Florida Panthers: 42-26-14 (96 points)
Ottawa Senators: 38-32-12 (88 points)
Toronto Maple Leafs: 35-34-13 (83 points)
Tampa Bay Lightning: 30-40-12 (72 points)

Playoff Teams:

1. Islanders
2. Devils
3. Red Wings
4. Flyers
5. Canadiens
6. Bruins
7. Capitals
8. Sabers


Western Conference:

Pacific Division:

San Jose Sharks: 64-12-6 (134 points) [PRESIDENT'S TROPHY WINNERS]
Anaheim Ducks: 52-21-9 (113 points)
Calgary Flames: 46-28-8 (100 points)
Los Angeles Kings: 45-27-10 (100 points)
Vancouver Canucks: 38-36-8 (84 points)
Edmonton Oilers: 36-35-11 (83 points)
Phoenix Coyotes: 24-42-14 (62 points)

Central Division:

Chicago Blackhawks: 58-18-6 (122 points)
Colorado Avalanche: 55-18-9 (119 points)
St. Louis Blues: 53-19-10 (116 points)
Minnesota Wild: 50-22-10 (110 points)
Winnipeg Jets: 48-27-7 (103 points)
Dallas Stars: 44-28-10 (98 points)
Nashville Predators: 42-32-8 (92 points)

Playoff Teams:

1. Sharks
2. Ducks
3. Flames
4. Blackhawks
5. Avalanche
6. Blues
7. Wild
8. Jets


Quarterfinal Matchups:

East:

Islanders vs. Sabers
Devils vs. Capitals
Red Wings vs. Bruins
Flyers vs. Canadiens

West:

Sharks vs. Jets
Ducks vs. Wild
Flames vs. Blues
Blackhawks vs. Avalanche


Round 1 Schedule:

East:

Islanders/Sabers:

Game 1: Islanders - 3; Sabers - 2 (NYI leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 7 PM @ Islanders
Game 3: 4/19 - 7 PM @ Sabers
Game 4: 4/21 - 7 PM @ Sabers
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 7 PM @ Islanders
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 5 PM @ Sabers
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 7 PM @ Islanders

Devils/Capitals

Game 1: Devils - 4; Capitals - 2 (NJ leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 7 PM @ Devils
Game 3: 4/20 - 7 PM @ Capitals
Game 4: 4/22 - 7 PM @ Capitals
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 7 PM @ Devils
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 2 PM @ Capitals
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 7 PM @ Devils

Red Wings/Bruins:

Game 1: Red Wings - 3; Bruins - 0 (DET leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 8 PM @ Red Wings
Game 3: 4/19 - 7 PM @ Bruins
Game 4: 4/21 - 7 PM @ Bruins
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 8 PM @ Red Wings
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 7 PM @ Bruins
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 8 PM @ Red Wings

Flyers/Canadiens:

Game 1: Flyers - 5; Canadiens - 0 (PHI leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 7 PM @ Flyers
Game 3: 4/20 - 7 PM @ Canadiens
Game 4: 4/22 - 7 PM @ Canadiens
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 7 PM @ Flyers
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 7 PM @ Canadiens
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 7 PM @ Flyers


West:

Sharks/Jets:

Game 1: Sharks - 6; Jets - 2 (SJ leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 10 PM @ Sharks
Game 3: 4/19 - 9 PM @ Jets
Game 4: 4/21 - 9 PM @ Jets
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 10 PM @ Sharks
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 9 PM @ Jets
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 10 PM @ Sharks

Ducks/Wild:

Game 1: Ducks - 2; Wild - 1 (ANA leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 10 PM @ Ducks
Game 3: 4/20 - 8 PM @ Wild
Game 4: 4/22 - 8 PM @ Wild
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 10 PM @ Ducks
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 9 PM @ Wild
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 10 PM @ Ducks

Flames/Blues:

Game 1: Flames - 4; Blues - 3 (CGY leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/17 - 9 PM @ Flames
Game 3: 4/19 - 4 PM @ Blues
Game 4: 4/21 - 8 PM @ Blues
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/23 - 9 PM @ Flames
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/25 - 3 PM @ Blues
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/27 - 9 PM @ Flames

Blackhawks/Avalanche:

Game 1: Blackhawks - 3; Avalanche - 1 (CHI leads series 1-0)
Game 2: 4/18 - 8 PM @ Blackhawks
Game 3: 4/20 - 9 PM @ Avalanche
Game 4: 4/22 - 9 PM @ Avalanche
Game 5 (if necessary): 4/24 - 8 PM @ Blackhawks
Game 6 (if necessary): 4/26 - 4 PM @ Avalanche
Game 7 (if necessary): 4/28 - 8 PM @ Blackhawks


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