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    • Rangers can't cash in on chances in shutout loss to Canadiens

      The Rangers went toe-to-toe with the Canadiens in a rematch of last season's Eastern Conference finals on Thursday but couldn't muster any offense in a 1-0 loss. Montreal forward Max Pacioretty scored the game's only goal in the third period, sending the Blueshirts to their second straight defeat. More »

    • UConn stifled in loss to Cincinnati

      UConn's offense couldn't solve Cincinnati's defense Thursday night in a 70-58 loss on the road. Senior Ryan Boatright scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half, but the Huskies fell to their third defeat in five games. UConn shot just 33 percent from the floor, making only 19 field goals. More »

    • Islanders fall short against Bruins, 5-2

      The Islanders fell behind the Bruins by two goals early Thursday before coming back on goals from Michael Grabner and John Tavares. A mistake from Jaroslav Halak gifted the Bruins the go-ahead tally late in the second period before Boston clinched the win with two third-period goals. More »

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      • Knicks routed by Pacers in Indiana

        One night after an impressive win against the Thunder, the Knicks couldn't keep pace with the Pacers on the road. A five-point halftime deficit turned into a rout in the third quarter before the Knicks fell, 103-82. Carmelo Anthony led New York with 18 points and Lou Amundson added 17. More »

      • Beckham sets one-handed catch record

        The Giants' Odell Beckham Jr. set a record Thursday, making 33 one-handed catches in a minute. The Saints' Drew Brees served as Beckham's QB for the feat. Beckham recorded 91 catches for 1,305 yards and earned a trip to the Pro Bowl in his rookie season with the Giants. More »

      • 'No one' will associate Brodeur with Blues

        Despite finishing his career in St. Louis and taking a front-office position with the Blues, Martin Brodeur knows he'll always be a member of the Devils. Brodeur announced in a news conference Thursday that retirement arrangements will be made with New Jersey in the future. More »

      • Jets officially hire Hogan to replace Bradway

        The Jets have named Rex Hogan as their senior director of college scouting, the team announced Thursday. Hogan had been a national scout for the Bears since 2012 and takes over for Terry Bradway, who was dismissed by newly hired general manager Mike Maccagnan. More »

      • Knicks to sign Amundson for rest of season

        With other 10-day contract-recipients Langston Galloway and Lance Thomas already signing with the Knicks for rest of the season, Lou Amundson is reportedly set to reach a deal with New York for the remainder of the season as well. Amundson is averaging 4.6 points in six games. More »

      • Amukamara expects to be back in time for OTAs

        After tearing his biceps and missing the final eight games of the 2014 season, Giants cornerback Prince Amukamara said he expects to be ready for OTAs this summer. New York has already exercised Amukamara's fifth-year option for next season, worth $6.9 million. More »

      • Cromartie leaves door open for return to Jets

        Antonio Cromartie is set to become a free agent in March, and the veteran cornerback isn't ruling out a reunion with the Jets. "My door is always open to returning," Cromartie said on Wednesday. "Everybody knows I didn't want to leave. I'm going to keep my door open and see what happens." More »

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