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    • Sans Carmelo, Knicks blitzed by Thunder in Westbrook's return

      Playing without Carmelo Anthony on Wednesday in Dallas, the Knicks showed some punch. On Friday in Oklahoma City, they looked lost without their leading scorer. Russell Westbrook scored 32 points in his return from injury, and the Thunder routed the Knicks, 105-78. More »

    • Devils blow three-goal lead, fall in shootout

      Holding a third-period lead proved problematic for the Devils again. New Jersey blew a three-goal advantage then fell in a shootout, 5-4, to the Detroit Red Wings on Friday night. Jaromir Jagr posted a goal and an assist, taking sole possession of sixth place on the NHL's all-time goal list. More »

    • Islanders' win streak snapped by Capitals

      The Islanders erased a two-goal deficit Friday, but their magic ran up in Washington. Alex Ovechkin's second-period goal was the eventual game-winner in the Capitals' 5-2 win over the Isles. John Tavares and Anders Lee both scored for the Islanders, whose five-game win streak was snapped. More »

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      • Beckham Jr. named NFL Rookie of Week

        Odell Beckham Jr. received much recognition for his monster game and acrobatic touchdown catch Sunday against Dallas, and the latest accolade was announced Friday. Thanks to his 10-catch, 145-yard performance, Beckham Jr. was named NFL Rookie of the Week for Week 12. More »

      • Talbot records second straight shutout

        Confounding the Flyers has become a habit for Cam Talbot this season, and he continued that strong play Friday. The netminder registered his second consecutive shutout, both against the Flyers, stopping 24 shots as the Rangers took the front-end of the home-and-home series, 3-0. More »

      • Kreider to miss Saturday's game vs. Flyers

        Chris Kreider will sit out the Rangers' contest Saturday against the Flyers due to the death of his grandfather. In 21 games this season, the 23-year-old has potted four goals and dished out eight assists. To fill his roster spot, the Blueshirts are expected to recall J.T. Miller from Hartford. More »

      • Alderson: Herrera will begin season in Triple-A

        Dilson Herrera gave Mets fans a glimpse into his untapped potential during a September call-up this season. The 20-year-old hit .220, recorded three home runs and 11 RBIs in 18 games, but general manager Sandy Alderson said that Herrera will begin the season in Triple-A. More »

      • Anthony to miss second consecutive game

        It appears like the Knicks will be without their top scorer for a second straight contest. Head coach Derek Fisher announced that Carmelo Anthony will sit against the Thunder on Friday night. On the other side of the court, Russell Westbrook will make his return for Oklahoma City. More »

      • McDonagh returns to Rangers' lineup

        Getting set to play a home-and-home against the Flyers, the Rangers will get a welcome addition to the blue line. Ryan McDonagh will return to the lineup for the first time since separating his shoulder on Nov. 1. John Moore is expected to be scratched for the Blueshirts. More »

      • Stempniak in, Glass out for Rangers

        After sitting out the last three games, Lee Stempniak will re-join the Rangers in Philadelphia as the Blueshirts take on the Flyers. In 18 games this season, Stempniak has tallied four goals and four assists. Tanner Glass will return to New York after suffering from flu-like symptoms. More »

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