Juan Martin del Potro reached his first ATP World Tour final since January 2014 thanks to a straight-sets victory over Grigor Dimitrov at the Stockholm Open on Saturday. The Argentine has not featured in a tournament decider on the Tour since winning the Sydney International almost three years ago, although he did take the silver medal at the Rio Olympic Games earlier this year. Del Potro's recent career has been blighted by injury but he has shown signs of recapturing his form this year and is now on the verge of ending his long wait for silverware.
Unseeded Argentine Diego Schwartzman upset top-seeded David Goffin 7-5, 2-6, 7-5 to reach the European Open final on Saturday. ''It was amazing for me,'' Schwartzman said after securing his first win 12 matches against a top-20 player. Schwartzman will need to produce another upset in the final against third-seeded Richard Gasquet, who earlier staged an impressive comeback to beat Britain's Kyle Edmund 3-6, 7-5, 6-2.
Less than one minute into Saturday nights game between the Penguins and the Predators, Pittsburgh found themselves up 1-0. Patric Hornqvist and Scott Wilson suddenly were on a 2-on-0 breakaway with only Just Saros in front of them. This one happened pretty fast. The Penguins were attempting to get the puck out of their own zone. As the puck was being cleared, P.K. Subban tried to keep it in the zone. Mattias Ekholm thought it was a good idea to step up and play the puck. It wasn't. As Ekholm stepped up, Patric Hornqvist chipped the puck around him, sending himself and Scott Wilson into the offensive zone by themselves. Hornqvist moved the puck over to Wilson. And then Wilson finished it off,