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    • Rangers can't generate enough offense in 3-1 loss to Canadiens

      In a rematch of last season's Eastern Conference finals, the Rangers lost, 3-1, to the Canadiens. Carl Hagelin's second goal of the season tied the score in the first period, but that's all the offense the Blueshirts could muster. The Habs scored a goal in each of the last two periods to clinch the win. More »

    • Giants roll over Royals to even up World Series

      After falling behind early, the Giants chipped away at the Royals' lead before roaring past Kansas City in an 11-4 win to even up the World Series at two games apiece. The Giants offense recorded 16 hits, and Yusmeiro Petit pitched three scoreless innings in relief to earn the win. More »

    • Jagr's goal lifts Devils to overtime win

      The Devils snapped a four-game winless streak with an overtime victory in Ottawa on Saturday night. Jaromir Jagr's goal in the extra period gave New Jersey its fourth victory this season. David Severson and Marek Zidlicky also scored, and Cory Schneider made 33 saves to earn the win. More »

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      • Islanders overpower Stars for wild victory

        The Islanders jumped out to a 3-1 lead Saturday night at Nassau Coliseum before a Stars rally gave Dallas a 4-3 lead. Three unanswered goals, sparked by Frans Nielsen's hat trick, ultimately lifted the Isles to a 7-5 victory. Nikolai Kulemin added a goal and an assist in the win. More »

      • Rutgers falls to Nebraska, loses Nova to injury

        Rutgers fell behind early to Nebraska on the road Saturday afternoon and ultimately dropped to its third defeat this season, 42-24. Wideout Leonte Carroo had 127 receiving yards and a touchdown in the loss. Quarterback Gary Nova left the game at halftime with a knee injury. More »

      • Familia to have sports hernia surgery

        Jeurys Familia had successful surgery to repair bilateral sport hernias Friday in Philadelphia. Closer Jenrry Mejia also had a sports hernia repaired earlier this month, but Familia's injury was previously undisclosed by the team. The reliever finished the season with a 2.21 ERA. More »

      • Knicks unlikely to pick up Larkin's option

        After reports last week that the Knicks were likely to pick up guard Shane Larkin's $1.7 million option for 2015-16, the team is now leaning towards not picking up the option by Friday's deadline. The Knicks are "inclined to have the cap space" they would save from letting Larkin go. More »

      • Nets waive Ware, trim roster to 15 players

        One day after acquiring guard Casper Ware from the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for Marquis Teague and a second-round pick, the Nets waived the second-year guard to cut their roster to the required 15 players. Ware averaged 5.3 points per game in limited minutes last season. More »

      • Stepan begins light skating in recovery

        When Rangers center Derek Stepan fractured his fibula in practice on Sept. 24, he was given a four-to-six week timetable to return. A little over four weeks later, Stepan is skating lightly on his own. The 24-year-old is eligible to return from long-term injured reserve on Nov. 3. More »

      • Duclair in the lineup for Montreal homecoming

        After being a healthy scratch for the last two games, winger Anthony Duclair will return to the lineup tonight to play his first NHL game in his hometown of Montreal. Duclair worked on "the little details" while inactive, and says it will be an "incredible feeling" to put on a jersey at Bell Centre. More »

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