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    • Knicks' win streak snapped by Kings in makeup game

      The Knicks' short-lived win streak is now history as the Sacramento Kings built a 26-point halftime lead and rolled for a 124-86 win at the Garden. Alexey Shved led the Knicks with 15 points, and Shane Larkin and Jason Smith each added 13 as New York's two-game streak was snapped. More »

    • Isles steal point but lose in OT in Dallas

      The Islanders trailed in the dying seconds of regulation, but they still managed to retain first place in the Metropolitan Division. Anders Lee's goal with 1.1 seconds in the third tied the game, but the Stars claimed the extra point on Cody Eakin's overtime marker in their 3-2 win. More »

    • Wright scolds Syndergaard for clubhouse lunch

      Rather than remain on the Mets' bench during Tuesday's intrasquad scrimmage, Noah Syndergaard was eating lunch in the clubhouse. David Wright was not pleased when he noticed and "quietly but intently" spoke to Syndergaard, who spent the rest of the game in the dugout. More »

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      • Devils flummox Preds to win second straight

        The Devils' ascent under their coaching triumvirate continued Tuesday, as New Jersey claimed a 3-1 victory over the NHL-leading Nashville Predators at the Rock. Mike Cammalleri boosted his point streak to seven with a goal, and Cory Schneider made 33 saves. More »

      • Kennedy won't make Isles debut Tuesday

        The Islanders traded for Tyler Kennedy on Monday, and Tuesday the former Penguin and Shark was supposed to make his team debut in Dallas. But Kennedy was a late scratch before the Isles took the ice against the Stars as the forward is nursing an upper-body injury. More »

      • Calderon wants to return to Knicks next season

        Trade rumors surrounded Jose Calderon around the deadline due to a poor season and big contract, but the point guard would like to remain in New York next season. "I want to be here, I want to be a part of this," said Calderon. "But at the end of the day, there is nothing you can do [about it]." More »

      • Zidlicky's no-trade clause limited Devils' options

        Marek Zidlicky was traded to the Red Wings on Monday for a conditional third-round pick, but GM and interim co-coach Lou Lamoriello said the team had better offers. The defenseman's full no-trade clause tied New Jersey's hands in negotiations. "This is a right he has," said Lamoriello. More »

      • Rodriguez not in lineup for Spring opener

        Alex Rodriguez will not play in Tuesday's Grapefruit League opener against the Phillies. Joe Girardi said Rodriguez was happy to make his debut Wednesday with most of the Yankees regulars. Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner are the only projected starters playing Tuesday. More »

      • Johnson wants to make push to sign Revis

        After watching Darrelle Revis help the rival Patriots win the Super Bowl, Jets owner Woody Johnson has opened discussion with new GM Mike Maccagnan on bringing Revis back to New York. New England is expected decline Revis' $20 million option, making him a free agent. More »

      • Harvey not under consideration for Opening Day

        The Mets know Matt Harvey is excited to pitch in the regular season, and for that reason will not start him Opening Day. The team doesn't want Harvey to be "over-amped" and will likely start him in the Mets' third game followed by their second home game, avoiding the home opener as well. More »

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