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    • Niese enjoys outstanding outing as Mets shut out Nationals

      Jon Niese got the start for the Mets on Tuesday afternoon against the Nationals, tossing six shutout innings in a 2-0 win. Niese allowed just three hits while racking up three strikeouts without a walk. The left-hander is scheduled to pitch the fifth game of the season against the Braves. More »

    • Rangers snap two-game skid with win over Jets

      Thanks to a late third-period goal from Chris Kreider, along with 31 saves from Henrik Lundqvist, the Rangers snapped a two-game slide with a 3-2 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night. Dan Girardi chipped in defensively for New York with a career-high 10 blocks. More »

    • Nets boost playoff hopes with win over Pacers

      With another stellar performance from Brook Lopez, the Nets increased their postseason hopes, earning a 111-106 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night. Lopez finished the evening with 24 points and 11 rebounds as Brooklyn claimed its fourth straight win. More »

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      • Slumping Devils fall to Blue Jackets in overtime

        Two goals from Mike Cammalleri were not enough as the Devils suffered a 3-2 overtime loss to the Blue Jackets on Tuesday night. The win for Columbus was the team's seventh straight while New Jersey suffered its sixth consecutive defeat. The Devils host Montreal on Friday. More »

      • Twins top Yankees in Tanaka's final spring start

        In his last exhibition tune-up, Masahiro Tanaka allowed three runs on seven hits in four-plus innings in a 3-1 loss to the Twins on Tuesday. Despite his struggles, Tanaka exited the outing healthy heading into the regular season. Ramon Flores' RBI single scored the Yanks' lone run. More »

      • Lundqvist set to start against Jets on Tuesday

        After missing almost two months, Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist returned Saturday against Boston, allowing four goals in a loss. Lundqvist will be between the pipes again Tuesday against the Jets, hoping to bounce back against a team which he holds a 4-2 career record against. More »

      • Jets to hold training camp in Florham Park

        After spending five of their past six training camps in Cortland, the Jets announced Tuesday that this year's camp will be held in Florham Park. This will allow the Jets to hold camp at their year-round training facility as well as staying closer to their local fan base. More »

      • Nash, Rangers to be judged by playoff success

        The Rangers lead the Metropolitan Division in points, and Rick Nash has reached the 40-goal plateau for the third time in his career this season. Still, despite an impressive campaign, Nash and the Blueshirts will be judged by how they perform in the playoffs this spring. More »

      • Young's return to give Nets a boost

        Currently tied for the East's final playoff spot with the Celtics, the Nets will get a boost Tuesday with the return of Thaddeus Young. The forward has been sidelined for two games with a left knee strain. Since landing with the Nets at the trade deadline, Young has averaged 13.6 points per game. More »

      • Mets and Duda to push off contract talks

        The Mets and Lucas Duda will reportedly table contract negotiations until after the season. On Saturday, Duda said the two sides had begun talks for a potential extension, but the discussions remained preliminary. The 29-year-old hit .253/.349/.481 with 30 home runs in 2014. More »

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