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    • Rangers overcome two-goal deficit to beat Devils in OT

      Kevin Klein scored 2:42 into overtime to give the Rangers a 4-3 win over the rival Devils on Tuesday night. The Blueshirts rallied from a 3-1 hole in the third period. Rick Nash continued to stay red-hot, recording his eighth goal of the season to force the extra session. More »

    • Isles ugly in second period, lose to Leafs

      Nick Leddy and John Tavares each netted first-period goals for the Islanders, but the Maple Leafs scored four times in the second period en route to a 6-2 win over the Isles. After winning its first four games of the season, New York has now dropped two in a row. More »

    • Long to interview for Mets' opening

      Kevin Long will speak with the Mets on Wednesday regarding the team's vacancy at hitting coach, according to a report. Long spent the past seven seasons with the Yankees before being dismissed. Curtis Granderson still uses some of Long's drills from their time together in the Bronx. More »

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      • King not deterred by Nets' offseason

        Despite losing Paul Pierce and slashing the payroll, general manager Billy King still thinks the Nets can compete. "Our goal is still to try to win a championship," King said on Tuesday. "We're not taking steps back or anything like that. We're trying to build a team we feel can win." More »

      • Bargnani still sidelined with injured hamstring

        Andrea Bargnani will miss his fourth straight preseason game on Wednesday night with a hamstring injury, Knicks coach Derek Fisher said after Tuesday's practice. Bargnani is in the final year of his contract and would no doubt like to have a bounce-back year entering free agency. More »

      • Rangers' Stepan has no timetable for return

        Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said Tuesday that there remains no timetable for Derek Stepan's return from a fractured fibula. Stepan suffered the injury prior to the season and was expected to miss four-to-six weeks. The 24-year-old scored 17 goals and tallied 40 assists last season. More »

      • Beason could be headed for surgery

        Giants linebacker Jon Beason admitted Tuesday that he could undergo foot surgery, which would end his season. The 29-year-old suffered a broken foot in June and hasn't been fully healthy all season. Beason left Sunday's game against the Cowboys after playing only 17 snaps. More »

      • Jets sign Kerley to four-year extension

        The Jets signed wideout Jeremy Kerley to a four-year extension, the team announced Tuesday. A fifth-round pick back in the 2011 NFL draft, Kerley has 1,865 career receiving yards and seven touchdowns in 49 games. He has 22 catches for 201 yards and a touchdown this season. More »

      • Williams is healthy, ready for upcoming season

        After an injury-plagued campaign in 2013-14, Deron Williams is healthy and ready for the Nets' season. Williams is coming off offseason surgery on both his ankles. "I feel a lot better than last year," Williams said Tuesday. "I just continue to get my lift back, game-by-game." More »

      • SNY unveils women's basketball schedule

        On the heels of its 40-0 national championship season, the UConn women's basketball team returns to SNY for the 2014-15 campaign. The first of 17 games on SNY comes Nov. 23 at 1 p.m. when UConn hosts Creighton. Huskies All-Access also returns for a behind-the-scenes look. More »

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