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    • Decker: Broncos' success this season is 'hard to watch'

      Jets wide receiver Eric Decker spent four seasons with the Broncos before signing a five-year contract with the Jets this past summer. Now, with Gang Green struggling this season, Decker admits it is tough to watch Denver's offense succeed so much without him still there. More »

    • Islanders make statement with wins over Pens

      The Islanders continued their strong start to the NHL season this past week, including winning both sides of a home-and-away matchup with the Penguins. With Saturday night's victory over the Pens, the Isles moved into a tie for first place in the Metropolitan Division with Pittsburgh. More »

    • Nash coming up big for the Rangers

      After a quiet performance in the playoffs last season, Rangers forward Rick Nash has been a force for the Blueshirts so far this campaign. Nash has 13 goals and seven assists through 19 contests, and many of his teammates have noticed the 30-year-old's improved play. More »

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      • Backman to manage Herrera in winter league

        Mets coach Wally Backman will manage in the Dominican Republic winter league this offseason. Backman is set to coach Licey, which has Mets prospects Dilson Herrera and Hansel Robles on the roster. He will manage the Mets' Triple-A team in Las Vegas for the third season in 2015. More »

      • Rangers hoping to build off strong win

        After a big win against the Flyers, the Rangers are looking to build on that performance Sunday against the Canadiens. Most of all, the Blueshirts are hoping to avoid the inconsistency that has plagued them this season, with Dan Girardi saying, the team's effort "needs to last every game." More »

      • Knicks send reeling 76ers to loss

        The Knicks had no trouble beating the NBA's worst team Saturday night. Keyed by Carmelo Anthony's 25 points and seven rebounds, and 16 points from Amar'e Stoudemire, the Knicks beat the 76ers, 91-83, at the Garden. New York snapped a two-game losing streak. More »

      • Devils stumble in shootout to Flames

        The Devils possessed three two-goal leads Saturday night in Calgary yet could not find a way to seal a victory. The Flames scored twice in the final 2:22 of regulation and stole a 5-4 shootout win at the Saddledome. Scott Clemmensen, making his first start of the year, made 33 saves. More »

      • Huskies shut out by Cincinnati

        UConn's offense had no answer for Cincinnati's stout defense, and the Huskies' defense could not slow Bearcats running back Rodriguez Moore. Moore rushed for 108 yards and a touchdown, and Cincinnati held UConn to just 129 yards in its 41-0 win at Rentschler Field. More »

      • Nets blitzed in San Antonio by Spurs

        A night after a surprising win in Oklahoma City, the Nets scuffled in San Antonio. Brooklyn shot just 37 percent from the field, and despite 24 points from Deron Williams, it lost 99-87 on Saturday night to the Spurs. Mirza Teletovic chipped in 22 points as the Nets fell to 5-8. More »

      • Islanders cap home-and-home sweep with Pens

        The Islanders faced a daunting test this weekend but passed it with flying colors. The Isles scored three third-period goals in their 4-1 win Saturday night over the Penguins. Jaroslav Halak stopped 27 shots as the Isles capped a home-and-home sweep of the first-place Pens. More »

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