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    • Jets' game with Bills will be Monday night in Detroit

      The Buffalo blizzard forced the NFL to alter its schedule this week too. The league announced Thursday the Bills and Jets game, originally slated for Sunday in Buffalo, will now be played Monday night in Detroit, marking the second rescheduled game in four years the city will host. More »

    • Rangers' power play starting to click

      The Rangers' much-maligned power play is finally starting to work. The Blueshirts have potted man-up goals in three straight games, including Rick Nash's on Wednesday night, and are 7-for-28 in their last nine game. The PP is now firing at a respectable 16 percent for the year. More »

    • Huskies hold off College of Charleston

      UConn has not played particularly well in two games, but it is still 2-0. Ryan Boatright led the Huskies again with 19 points, and Amida Brimah netted 14 as they held off College of Charleston, 65-57, in the Puerto Rico Tip-off's quarterfinals. The Huskies will play Dayton in Friday's semis. More »

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      • Mets add six pitchers to 40-man roster

        The Mets placed Noah Syndergaard, Cory Mazzoni, Hansel Robles, Gabriel Ynoa, Akeel Morris and Jack Leathersich on the team's 40-man roster Thursday. The Mets didn't add Logan Verrett to the roster, leaving the right-hander available for the Rule 5 draft in December. More »

      • NHL postpones Rangers-Sabres in Buffalo

        Due to the exorbitant amount of snow that has fallen in Buffalo, the National Hockey League announced that it will postpone Friday's scheduled contest between the Rangers and the Sabres. The NHL has not reached a decision on when the makeup game will be played. More »

      • Yanks add four to 40-man roster, sell Wheeler

        The Yankees placed OF Tyler Austin, OF Mason Williams, RHP Danny Burawa and RHP Branden Pinder on the team's 40-man roster Thursday. The Bombers also announced they have sold Zelous Wheeler to the Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of Japan's Pacific League. More »

      • Talbot shines in shutout of Flyers

        Heading into Wednesday's game against the Flyers, Cam Talbot felt like he had something to prove after a few poor showings to begin the campaign. The 27-year-old looked more like the netminder from last season against the Flyers, stopping 31 shots en route to his fourth career shutout. More »

      • Kirilenko's role with Nets diminshing?

        Andrei Kirilenko finds himself in an unfamiliar situation. Kirilenko was expected to take on a bigger role this season, but the Nets forward has been inactive the past two games."It's tough, but there's nothing I can do," Kirilenko said. "I'm not the one making decisions, and it is what it is." More »

      • Mets interested in adding lefty reliever

        The Mets are looking to sign a left-handed reliever, according to general manager Sandy Alderson. With lefty specialists coming at a premium this offseason, Alderson has expressed interest in re-signing Dana Eveland, who compiled a 2.63 ERA in 27 1/3 innings for the Mets last season. More »

      • Nets drop triple-overtime thriller to Bucks

        Former Nets head coach Jason Kidd returned to boos Wednesday at Barclays Center, but the Bucks coach ended up with the last laugh in Milwaukee's 122-118 victory. Brook Lopez led six Nets in double figures with a season-high 26 points, but the Nets fell to 4-7 on the year. More »

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