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    • Rangers handle Hurricanes to halt two-game losing streak

      After consecutive losses to the Islanders and Canadiens, two of the top teams in the East, the Rangers welcomed the hapless Hurricanes to Madison Square Garden. Rick Nash started the scoring with his 29th goal of the season, tying him for first in the NHL, and the Rangers rolled, 4-1. More »

    • Beckham named Offensive Rookie of the Year

      Odell Beckham Jr. played just 12 games in his rookie season after an early injury, but ran away with the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year award anyway. On the heels of a debut season that saw him make 91 receptions for 1,305 yards and 12 TDs, Beckham received 42 of the 50 votes. More »

    • Devils cage Panthers with strong first period

      The Devils bounced back from a tough overtime loss to the Penguins by taking care of the Panthers on Saturday at Prudential Center, 3-1. Two first-period goals from Jaromir Jagr and Michael Cammalleri put New Jersey in front early, and Keith Kinkaid stopped 26 of 27 shots in the win. More »

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      • Islanders dropped by Red Wings in Detroit

        Lubomir Visnovsky found the back of the net in his return to the ice after a nine-game stint on injured reserve, but the Red Wings got the best of Islanders' backup netminder Chad Johnson in Detroit's 4-1 win over New York. Johnson stopped only 15 of the 19 shots he faced Saturday. More »

      • Plawecki close to contributing in Majors

        MLB.com recently named Kevin Plawecki as the sixth-best catching prospect in baseball. The 23-year-old has excelled in the Minor Leagues, hitting .283 or better at each full-season stop and is expected to be on the Mets' 25-man roster at some point this upcoming campaign. More »

      • Miller in, Stempniak out Saturday against Canes

        J.T. Miller's brief stint in the press box will come to an end. The 21-year-old winger will return to the ice for the Rangers on Saturday night against the Hurricanes, replacing Lee Stempniak in the Blueshirts' lineup. In 24 games this season, Miller has recorded five goals and five assists. More »

      • Report: Durant could command $200 million

        If the Knicks and president Phil Jackson want to bring Kevin Durant to Madison Square Garden in 2016, it'll reportedly cost them a pretty penny. With a new TV revenue-infused market, the 26-year-old could fetch a deal up to five years and worth $200 million in the 2016 offseason. More »

      • Jack puts forth career game against Raptors

        With Deron Williams sidelined with a rib injury, Jarrett Jack has shined as his replacement in the Nets' starting lineup, but he saved his best for Saturday's battle with the Raptors. Jack tallied career highs in points (35), assists (13) and minutes played (52:13) in the losing effort. More »

      • Knicks sign Thomas for rest of season

        Forward Lance Thomas inked a deal with the Knicks for the remainder of the season, the team announced Saturday. A mid-season acquisition from the Thunder, the Duke product has played in seven games with the Knicks, averaging 10.6 points and 4.4 rebounds per contest. More »

      • Islanders activate Visnovsky off IR

        After missing the past nine games with an upper-body injury, Lubomir Visnovsky will be activated from the injured reserve, the Islanders announced Saturday. The 39-year-old, who has tallied 11 points in 29 games this season, is expected to be in the Isles' lineup against the Red Wings. More »

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