Barry Bonds, Phil Mickelson, Frozen Four and Monday's Late Sports News

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Barry Bonds, Phil Mickelson, Frozen Four and Monday's Late Sports News
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Barry Bonds, Phil Mickelson and the Frozen Four are three of the biggest sports-related terms today as the new week gets underway.

Former San Francisco Giants slugger and all-time home run king (762 home runs), Barry Bonds, continues to stand trial for perjury.

Here's a glimpse at what happened today:

A former mistress and a former Giants clubhouse manager took the stand to testify that Bonds knowingly took steroids during his baseball career—contrary to Bonds' claims that he never knowingly took performance enhancing drugs at any time during his 20 years in the big leagues.

In other news, Phil Mickelson continues to struggle on the golf course as he blew any chance of catching Tiger Woods in the world rankings with a poor performance during this weekend's Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Also, the Frozen Four team matchups are all set and for the first time ever, there will be no team from the Hockey East in the finals!

The Frozen Four matches will be: Minnesota Duluth vs. Notre Dame and North Dakota vs. Michigan.

We'll be giving you all the latest news on the college hockey, Barry Bonds's trial and Lefty's plans for the Masters, as well as other sports updates all day long.

So don't go anywhere the updates are coming!

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