A ton happened this week in sports, so why not put it to some music? Here's this week's Saturday Soundtrack: Track 1: "Bite Hard" by Franz Ferdinand - Dedicated to Alex Burrows, Wing, Vancouver Canucks This song is a little late to the party, but in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup finals, 'Nucks forward Alex Burrows decided he wanted a mid-game snack at the expense of Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron. Vancouver went on to win game one, forcing overtime in game two with a game-winning goal by the "Skate Shark", himself - Alex Burrows. Track 2: "My Generation" by the Who - Dedicated to the 2011 MLB Draft Class The 2011 MLB first-year player draft came and went starting on Tuesday, the 6th. If you cared enough to read who got drafted, you will never see 80% of those names again. If you ever see those names again, it will be in five years. See you then, Gerrit Cole. Track 3: "The End" by Kings of Leon - Dedicated to Novak Djokovic Novak Djokovic's 43 match winning streak (41 matches in 2011) came to an end this week in the semi-finals of the French Open at the hands of Roger Federer. Djokovic's 41 matches straight in 2011 put him less than 5 matches away from tying the longest "consecutive wins to start a season" streak held by John McEnroe Track 4: "Bring the Pain" by Method Man - Dedicated to Aaron Rome, D, Canucks In game three of this year's incredibly testy Stanley Cup Finals, Aaron Rome was suspended for the remainder of the playoffs after this hit on Boston's Nathan Horton. Horton was hospitalized after the hit, which seemed necessary after Horton was out-cold on the ice post-hit. Arguments have raged on whether or not Horton had released the puck soon enough to make the hit malicious, but after further reviews, the officials got Rome's subsequent ejection correct. Track 5: "Trouble" by Ray LaMontagne - Dedicated to the Cleveland Indians The wheels have come off. The other foot has landed. The Cleveland Indians have returned to earth, and with an ever unpleasant crash into the ground. After starting off with a 30-15 record, the best record in the bigs at the time, and a huge lead on the .500 Tigers; the Indians have lost 13 of 17, and now sit at 34-28 with a chance to be caught and caged by Detroit on Saturday night. The Tribe is in Trouble. Track 6: "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" by U2 - Dedicated to the Cleveland Indians' Hitters During their horrid, past 17-game stretch, the Indians have averaged 8.1 K's per game (138 in the 17 games), with an abnormally large chunk of them coming by way of the backwards kind (including 3 by potential All-Star, Asdrubal Cabrera and 3 straight with the game on the line by way of Michael Brantley, Cabrera and Grady Sizemore on Saturday). Track 7: "How to Disappear Completely" by Radiohead - Dedicated to LeBron James In Game 4 of the 2011 NBA Finals, the "best player in the NBA", LeBron James was nowhere to be found. James registered 8 points on 3-11 shooting in a three-point loss to the Mavericks, leveling the series at two games a piece. Rumors swirled about a potential hookup between Wizards Forward, Rashard Lewis, and Savannah Brinson, longtime girlfriend of James and the mother of his children; being the reason for James' struggles. The rumors have since been shot down by Lewis. Track 8: "Help!" by the Beatles - Dedicated to Dwayne Wade In James' absence, and through all of the Finals, Miami's Dwayne Wade has been a one man wrecking-crew, averaging 28.4 ppg on a 57.6% clip. While Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers have been necessary parts, Wade is in some serious need of some "Help!" by his teammates. Track 9: "Down With the Sickness" by Disturbed - Dedicated to Dirk Nowitzki Dallas Mavericks star Dirk Nowitzki came into the same Game 4 that LeBron James "checked out of" with an 101-degree temperature, only to double-double with 23 pts. and 11 reb., though at a 31% mark from the field. The Heat were also "Down With the Sickness" prior to Game 5, mocking Nowitzki's fever on their way from shoot-around. Nowitzki responded, calling the mockery "childish" and "ignorant", but his biggest blow came in Game 5, a 112-103 Mavs victory, putting Dallas a game from the Larry O'Brien trophy. Track 10: "Jet" by Wings - Dedicated to Jason Eugene "JET" Terry Jason Terry came up with some huge shots in the Mavs' Game 5 victory, but none bigger than the dagger to LeBron James' eyes, that came in the fourth quarter to seal the game. Hidden Track: Take Dat Wit Chew by DJ Steve Porter Why not?