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    • After early stumbles, McDonagh recovers in Rangers' win

      Ryan McDonagh, playing for the first time since April 1, looked shaky early in the Rangers' Game 1 victory over the Flyers. But after his giveaway led to the opening goal, the critical defenseman settled down. He finished with 22:42 of ice time and looked better as the game went on. More »

    • Mets attend Hanrahan's showcase

      With their bullpen hindered by injuries and Jose Valverde's propensity to give up the long ball, the Mets could be in the market for Joel Hanrahan. The 32-year-old reliever had Tommy John surgery last May and recently held a showcase attended by many teams, including the Mets. More »

    • Rangers run away from Flyers in third period

      For a while, the Rangers' home-ice advantage was squarely in doubt, but their much-maligned power play helped assuage fears. New York potted three third-period goals, two during Jason Akeson's double-minor high-sticking penalty, in its 4-1 win over the Flyers in Game 1. More »

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      • Young visits Stony Brook on off day

        Most Major Leaguers catch up on rest or spend time with their families on rare days off during the season. But, Eric Young decided to spend a cherished day away from the park helping people. GEICO SportsNite caught up with the Mets outfielder Thursday as he visited an area hospital. More »

      • Sabathia, Yankees steamroll Rays

        Fresh off a two-game sweep of the Cubs, in which the Yankees did not allow a run, CC Sabathia kept the good pitching going. Sabathia surrendered just two runs in seven innings, and the Yanks blitzed David Price for their fifth straight win, 10-2, in St. Petersburg, Fla. More »

      • Woodson still the Knicks' coach

        In the first day after the NBA season ended no coaches were relieved of their duties. Among those still safe is the Knicks' Mike Woodson, who presided over the club's first losing season since 2009-10. The Daily News Live panel discussed why Woodson is still the team's bench boss. More »

      • Anthony would like to stay with Knicks

        For Carmelo Anthony, this season was one of the toughest of his 10-year career. If Anthony tests free agency this offseason, the 29-year-old could sign a max contract with the Knicks for five years and $129 million."I want to come back," Anthony said. "But I also want to win." More »

      • Flyers searching for answers against McDonagh

        Ryan McDonagh's strong defense along the blue line has given opponents fits this season. For the Flyers, it's no different. In an effort to change its fortunes against the Rangers' top pair, Craig Berube's squad will look to dump the puck in on McDonagh's side to try and wear him down. More »

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        • Nets confident heading into first round

          Leading up to his first playoffs as a head coach, Jason Kidd rested some starters down the stretch to ensure a healthy Nets' squad before their first-round bout with the Raptors. "I like where we are," Kidd said. "We've rested and guys have gotten their work in at the same time." More »

        • Nash to play with chip on his shoulder

          In his second career playoff appearance last season, Rick Nash's performance was underwhelming for the Rangers, scoring just one goal and four assists over 12 games. This go around, Nash will look to prove he's the big-game player the team acquired in 2012. More »

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