The Slate

The Best Sports in 7 Days

This week one of golf's major tournaments misses one of the sport's biggest stars. Tiger Woods will miss The Masters for the first time since 1994.

Thursday, April 10

Hockey (4-10 p.m., ESPN2): The Frozen Four battle it out for the right to play for the NCAA title in men's hockey, with Union versus Boston College, then Minnesota vs. North Dakota.

Friday, April 11

Golf (3-6:30 p.m., ESPN): Check out second-round coverage of The Masters as the field is cut down to those who will have a shot at claiming the title over the weekend.

Saturday, April 12

Auto racing (5-10 p.m., Fox): NASCAR races under the lights in the Bojangles' Southern 500 from Darlington Raceway. ... Hockey (6:30-9:30 p.m., ESPN): Two teams from Thursday's semifinals will play for all the glory in the championship game of the Frozen Four.

Sunday, April 13

Golf (1-6 p.m., CBS): A champion will be crowned as the best golfers in the world battle the Augusta National Golf Club course and each other in the final round of the The Masters.

Monday, April 14

MLB (6-9 p.m., ESPN): The Atlanta Braves visit National League East rival the Philadelphia Phillies as baseball begins to take over the sports landscape.

Tuesday, April 15

Special (8-9 p.m., ESPN2): If you missed it the first time, make plans to catch the replay of the SportsCenter Special: Gruden's QB Camp on Texas A&M star Johnny Manziel.

Wednesday, April 16

Soccer (2:30-4:30 p.m., ESPN): The Copa del Rey Final features two of Spain's soccer giants as Barcelona looks to avenge Real Madrid's 1-0 victory the last time these two teams meet in 2011.

Now the speculation truly begins about if Tigers Woods can break Jack Nicklaus' record for the most majors won. Woods hasn't won a major since 2008—he trails Nicklaus 18 to 14.