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    • Talbot continues domination of Flyers, records second straight shutout

      Confounding the Flyers has become a habit for Cam Talbot this season, and he continued that strong play Friday. The netminder registered his second consecutive shutout, both against the Flyers, stopping 24 shots as the Rangers took the front-end of the home-and-home series, 3-0. More »

    • Kreider to miss Saturday's game vs. Flyers

      Chris Kreider will sit out the Rangers' contest Saturday against the Flyers due to the death of his grandfather. In 21 games this season, the 23-year-old has potted four goals and dished out eight assists. To fill his roster spot, the Blueshirts are expected to recall J.T. Miller from Hartford. More »

    • Alderson: Herrera will begin season in Triple-A

      Dilson Herrera gave Mets fans a glimpse into his untapped potential during a September call-up this season. The 20-year-old hit .220, recorded three home runs and 11 RBIs in 18 games, but general manager Sandy Alderson said that Herrera will begin the season in Triple-A. More »

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      • Anthony to miss second consecutive game

        It appears like the Knicks will be without their top scorer for a second straight contest. Head coach Derek Fisher announced that Carmelo Anthony will sit against the Thunder on Friday night. On the other side of the court, Russell Westbrook will make his return for Oklahoma City. More »

      • McDonagh returns to Rangers' lineup

        Getting set to play a home-and-home against the Flyers, the Rangers will get a welcome addition to the blue line. Ryan McDonagh will return to the lineup for the first time since separating his shoulder on Nov. 1. John Moore is expected to be scratched for the Blueshirts. More »

      • Stempniak in, Glass out for Rangers

        After sitting out the last three games, Lee Stempniak will re-join the Rangers in Philadelphia as the Blueshirts take on the Flyers. In 18 games this season, Stempniak has tallied four goals and four assists. Tanner Glass will return to New York after suffering from flu-like symptoms. More »

      • UConn ready to play in Gulf Coast Showcase

        With the UConn women's basketball team's loss to Stanford still fresh in their memory, the Huskies are in Florida for the Gulf Coast Showcase. Freshman Gabby Williams and her squad will take on College of Charleston at 8:30 p.m., with Williams looking to build on a good game last Sunday. More »

      • Giants eliminated from playoff contention

        With Detroit's win over Chicago on Thursday, the 3-8 Giants were officially eliminated from playoff contention for the fifth time in the last six seasons. Their one playoff appearance, of course, resulted in a Super Bowl victory. The Giants head to Jacksonville to face the 1-10 Jaguars this week. More »

      • Wilkerson misses practice Thursday to rest toe

        Amidst swirling reports that he is not expected to play Monday night against the Dolphins, Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson was held out of Thursday's practice due to a toe injury. Tight end Jace Amaro and defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson also missed practice. More »

      • Schwartz sits out of Thursday's practice

        Toe injuries are prominent among New York-area linemen this week, as Giants tackle Geoff Schwartz missed the team's practice Thursday with a toe problem after being limited Wednesday. Fellow lineman Adam Snyder and linebacker Jacquian Williams also failed to practice Thursday. More »

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