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    • Islanders' Mayfield makes limited minutes count in Game 6 vs. Caps

      Due to several injuries along the blue line, Scott Mayfield got his first taste of playoff hockey in his young NHL career Sunday. A surprise pick to suit up over Ryan Pulock, the 22-year-old played limited minutes with partner Matt Donovan, but made them count when he was on the ice. More »

    • Bogdanovic finds shooting stroke at home

      Inserted back into the starting lineup, Bojan Bogdanovic's success at Barclays Center continued Saturday. The rookie went 7-of-13 from the field, including 3-of-7 from beyond the arc, to tally 19 points in Brooklyn's Game 3 win. Bogdanovic was one of four Nets starters to reach double digits. More »

    • Hagelin continues to step up in playoffs

      Carl Hagelin has always been known as a speedster, but he's beginning to establish a new reputation -- playoff standout. The 26-year-old leads the Rangers in postseason markers since 2013, lighting the lamp 12 times in 42 games. Hagelin's also collected 21 points over that span. More »

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      • Mets dominate Yankees to even Subway Series

        After their 11-game win streak was snapped Friday, the Mets turned to Matt Harvey to ward off a losing streak, and the Dark Knight delivered. Harvey struck out seven and allowed two runs in 8 2/3 innings as the Mets routed the Yankees, 8-2, in the Bronx. More »

      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        Matt Harvey struck out seven in 8 2/3 innings in his first career start at Yankee Stadium, and Kevin Plawecki's first MLB homer led an offensive effort that socked three homers in the Mets' 8-2 win at Yankee Stadium. Gary, Keith and Ron have the details from the Bronx. More »

      • With season on the brink, Young saves the day

        The Nets trailed 2-0 in their series against the top-seeded Hawks entering Saturday. But as Brooklyn sat on the brink of playoff elimination, Thaddeus Young pulled the club in from the ledge. Young posted 18 points and 11 boards, improvements that finally enabled Brooklyn to beat Atlanta. More »

      • Opting out would be prudent move for Lopez

        Brook Lopez has an opt-out clause in his contract and until July 1 to determine whether to use it or accept his $16.7 million option for next season. With a history of foot injuries, even only at 27 years of age, Lopez could stand to gain the security of a long-term contract. More »

      • Sabathia struggles again in loss to Mets

        While Matt Harvey spent most of Saturday afternoon mowing down the Yankees, CC Sabathia struggled yet again, surrendering seven runs, and three homers in five innings in the Yanks' 8-2 loss to the Mets. Sabathia fell to 0-4 on the season, and his ERA is now 5.96 in four outings. More »

      • Islanders force Game 7 with 3-1 win

        If Saturday's Game 6 was the final game at Nassau Coliseum, the Islanders sent the old barn out with a bang. John Tavares recorded a goal and assisted on Nikolay Kulemin's game-winner in the Isles' 3-1 win over the Capitals at the Coliseum. Game 7 will be Monday in Washington. More »

      • Nets top Hawks in Game 3 at Barclays Center

        The Nets came home down 2-0 in their opening-round playoff series against the Hawks, but kept their season alive with a big 91-83 triumph. Brook Lopez led the way with 22 points and 13 rebounds, while Thaddeus Young and Joe Johnson added double-doubles of their own in the win. More »

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