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    • Zidlicky's no-trade clause limited Devils' options at deadline

      Marek Zidlicky was traded to the Red Wings on Monday for a conditional third-round pick, but general manager and interim co-coach Lou Lamoriello said the team had better offers. The defenseman's full no-trade clause tied New Jersey's hands in negotiations. "This is a right he has," said Lamoriello. More »

    • Rodriguez not in lineup for Spring opener

      Alex Rodriguez will not play in Tuesday's Grapefruit League opener against the Phillies. Joe Girardi said Rodriguez was happy to make his debut Wednesday with most of the Yankees regulars. Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner are the only projected starters playing Tuesday. More »

    • Johnson wants to make push to sign Revis

      After watching Darrelle Revis help the rival Patriots win the Super Bowl, Jets owner Woody Johnson has opened discussion with new GM Mike Maccagnan on bringing Revis back to New York. New England is expected decline Revis' $20 million option, making him a free agent. More »

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      • Harvey not under consideration for Opening Day

        The Mets know Matt Harvey is excited to pitch in the regular season, and for that reason will not start him Opening Day. The team doesn't want Harvey to be "over-amped" and will likely start him in the Mets' third game followed by their second home game, avoiding the home opener as well. More »

      • Stewart's season-high 29 leads UConn past USF

        Breanna Stewart set a new season high with 29 points as the Huskies won their final AAC game over the Bulls, 88-65. Stewart added 11 rebounds and blocked seven shots in UConn's closest win of conference play. The Huskies will play again Saturday in the AAC tournament. More »

      • Zuccarello leads Rangers past Predators

        The Rangers shook things up at the NHL trade deadline and the early returns look good. Fresh off his contract extension, Mats Zuccarello assisted on the Rangers' first two goals as the Blueshirts rolled the Predators, 4-1. Chris Kreider and Marc Staal added goals of their own in the win. More »

      • Jack's buzzer-beater helps Nets top Warriors

        A 33-point first quarter had Brooklyn up 10 on Golden State, but the Nets let the Warriors slowly back in the game to tie it, 108-108. On the final possession, Nets guard Jarrett Jack took it to his former team, hitting an 18-foot dagger with a second to play as Brooklyn won, 110-108. More »

      • Syracuse falls to Virginia despite hot start

        Syracuse started Monday's game with a stifling defensive effort, holding Virginia to two points in the first 14 minutes. After that it was all Cavaliers, as they held the Orange to 38 percent shooting and outrebounded them 41-20 as Syracuse fell, 59-47, allowing Virginia to clinch the ACC. More »

      • Rangers, Zuccarello finalize four-year extension

        Mats Zuccarello, who at times leading up to the trade deadline appeared to have one foot out the door due to his impending free agency, has been locked up for the near future. The Rangers and the 27-year-old winger agreed to a four-year deal worth $18 million Monday. More »

      • Tanaka throws first live batting practice

        Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka continued to make strides in his recovery from last season's partially torn UCL. On Tuesday, Tanaka threw 25 pitches of live batting practice, mixing in several split-fingered fastballs. Tanaka understands the need to be cautious, but said "so far it's been good." More »

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