When new owners remade Scoreboard Sports Bar (4822 SE Division St., 233-2971) a few years ago, they left a couple of relics from the past: a series of old-school NBA pennants so dated that the purple one says "New Orleans" over the Jazz logo and the Sonics are still in Seattle. In the search for Portland's most hospitable sports bar, Scoreboard falls somewhere in the middle class—the beer is cheap ($1.25 pints of Hamm's), the french fries crisp and hot, and there are enough TVs to satisfy that perfect March Madness intersection where watching four basketball games simultaneously on a Sunday afternoon is a reality. Still, when someone asked about watching—gasp—a hockey game, a few regulars got heated, and then tried to put 20 bucks on the Notre Dame-Florida State game. I guess some things never change.