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    • Wright believes Mets can make playoffs

      After an injury-plagued 2014, David Wright is looking forward to better health and fortune for the Mets in 2015. The third baseman believes the team is good enough to contend for a playoff spot in the season ahead. The 32-year-old batted .269/.324/.374 in 134 games last year. More »

    • Syracuse comes up short against Miami

      Syracuse slumped to its sixth loss this season Saturday against Miami, falling short in a 66-62 defeat at home. The two teams were tied at halftime, but Miami pulled away in the second half before holding on for the win. Rakeem Christmas led all scorers with 23 points. More »

    • NHL announces return of World Cup of Hockey

      The World Cup of Hockey will be returning in 2016, commissioner Gary Bettman announced Saturday. The tournament will feature eight teams -- Canada, the United States, the Czech Republic, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Team Europe and Team North American Youngstars. More »

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      • Report: Salary cap expected to be $72 million

        With nine players slated to hit free agency next season and a tight cap-space situation, the Rangers need all the help they can get. According to reports, the NHL has assured the Board of Governors the salary cap will be at least $72 million for the 2015-16 season. More »

      • Jets tab Johnson as defensive line coach

        The Jets announced Saturday they have hired Pepper Johnson as the team's next defensive line coach. Johnson, who played for Gang Green in 1997-98, was a defensive assistant with the Patriots for 13 seasons and was the Bills defensive line coach this past campaign. More »

      • Tavares praises Boychuk's impact on Isles

        John Tavares was making the rounds at the NHL All-Star Game media day Friday, but it was Johnny Boychuk the Islanders captain credited for the team's turnaround this season. Acquired from the Bruins in the offseason, the defenseman has tallied 18 assists and 22 points in 36 games. More »

      • Knicks beat Magic, win third straight

        The Knicks officially have their longest win streak of the season. Led by Carmelo Anthony's 25 points and seven boards, and 19 points from Jason Smith, the Knicks claimed their third straight victory, 113-106, on Friday at the Garden. Langston Galloway posted 15 points and eight rebounds. More »

      • Strength, speed the keys to Kreider's game

        Though his speed and size are similar to Rick Nash's, Chris Kreider has not yet become the three-zone player his fellow Rangers winger is. Kreider has just 17 points in 33 games and has been coping with the death of his grandfather, but he has seven points in the Rangers' last nine games. More »

      • X-rays come back negative on Calderon

        Jose Calderon left Friday night's win over the Magic early and did not return thanks to a knee injury, but the Knicks guard had X-rays, and they came back negative. Calderon banged knees with Orlando forward Aaron Gordon and was diagnosed with a knee contusion. More »

      • Is Fisher mishandling Knicks' rotation?

        The Knicks' youth movement is in full force as head coach Derek Fisher has relied heavily on younger players like Langston Galloway over the past few weeks. But with veterans Pablo Prigioni, Quincy Acy and Cole Aldrich seeing more time on the bench, is Fisher handling the rotation correctly? More »

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