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  • Maple Leafs vs. Bruins in Game 4

    Maple Leafs vs. Bruins in Game 4

    Auston Matthews got the go-ahead goal in the second period, Patrick Marleau scored twice, and the Toronto Maple Leafs beat the Boston Bruins 4-2 on Monday night in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference first-round series. Pastrnak moved in on a 2-on-1 with Marchand, faking a shot to draw the overaggressive Nikita Zaitsev to him before feeding his linemate with a slick pass for a wide-open net.

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  • Joel Embiid Listed As Doubtful For 76ers' Game 3

    Joel Embiid Listed As Doubtful For 76ers' Game 3

    He said the decision revolves around comfort. Embiid is yet to play for the Cameroon National Basketball team having not honoured the call-up to represent his home country in the 2017 FIBA Afrobasket. So the medical side, the different reasons, I'm not going to go there. Like everybody, you judge it after the event. Remember the Sixers won 28 games last year and 10 the year before that.

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  • The 7-Eleven Power Rankings: Golden Knights rule during playoffs' opening week

    The 7-Eleven Power Rankings: Golden Knights rule during playoffs' opening week

    The two teams were almost equal in shots (Vegas totaled 131, L.A. had 130) and the Golden Knights won every game by just a single goal, but those numbers are pretty misleading. Is the reason why the Vegas Golden Knights are a good expansion team because they are that good or is it because they play in a weak western conference? At this point, we should no longer be surprised by what they do, and maybe they really do have a legitimate chance to make a run at the Stanley Cup .

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  • Kyle Busch takes seventh win at Bristol

    Kyle Busch takes seventh win at Bristol

    Busch won from the pole and became the first Cup series point leader to visit victory lane at BMS since Dale Earnhardt did it twice in 1987. It's another one at Bristol that got away. Busch prevailed again on Monday, using a bump-and-run to win the Food City 500 , opening a familiar wound for Larson. "Larson and I are pretty much neck-and-neck", Busch said.

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  • Champions Manchester City can do it again - captain Kompany

    Champions Manchester City can do it again - captain Kompany

    Jay Rodriguez's second-half header condemned United to defeat at Old Trafford and handed the Premier League title to Manchester City . They also hit four past Tottenham, six past Watford and seven past Stoke City in huge wins before Christmas, while also winning 2-1 away at rivals United in December as they also finished top of their Champions League group.

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  • Suspect at Large After Binghamton University Student Stabbed to Death

    Suspect at Large After Binghamton University Student Stabbed to Death

    Binghamton's New York State University Police Chief Timothy Faughnan said there will be an increased police presence at the University throughout tonight and tomorrow, April 17. Binghamton officials are contacting the victim's family and will provide more details about what happened as they become available, according to the SUNY university's website .

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  • Monaco to reimburse travelling fans after PSG thrashing

    Monaco to reimburse travelling fans after PSG thrashing

    Emery was hired at the start of last season after guiding Sevilla to three successive Europa League titles, as PSG aimed to take themselves to the next level in the Champions League. Champions for the fifth time in six seasons, Emery's team are on course to set a new points record. Defender Thomas Meunier added: "It was important to win, especially the way we did".

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  • Flyers-Penguins: Game 1 Postgame Review

    Flyers-Penguins: Game 1 Postgame Review

    That was six years ago. The 2017-2018 season has truly has been a breakout year for the Devils and their young superstar Taylor Hall . Hulu will also create a custom hockey collection within the Hulu experience throughout the NHL playoffs.

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  • Pep Guardiola: Sergio Aguero out for Man City's 'important' game vs

    The result narrowed the gap to at the top to still what looks like an unassailable 13 point lead, but having also now lost three games in a week (two to Liverpool in the Champions League and and the Manchester Derby), Pep Guardiola is refusing to rule out an end of season collapse, and has used examples from Spanish football and the National Basketball Association to prove his point.

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  • Tottenham must be ready for Man City backlash, says defender Davies

    Tottenham must be ready for Man City backlash, says defender Davies

    Speaking about Winks at a press conference, Pochettino provided an update and said: "He is in Qatar, doing rehab. The player is right to evaluate all opportunities, so we will wait and see what he wants to do". I suspect if Harry had kept his mouth shut after the match the club had just quietly filed an appeal much of this hullaballoo could've been avoided. "Of course, he never thought that this situation would escalate, when he was so certain that he touched the ball", Pochettino said.

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  • Scenarios for who Warriors could play in first round of National Basketball Association playoffs

    There were only teams locked into specific seeds after 81 games. After studying the scenarios and such for the past few weeks, most people that cover any of the teams involved in the playoff race out West have advanced degrees in National Basketball Association playoff tiebreakers, but here's the simplest way to break down the possibilities as the Thunder head into their final regular season game against the Grizzlies...

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  • Real Madrid 0-3 Juventus

    Madrid now carries an 18-match Champions League home unbeaten streak stretching back more than three years to a defeat against Schalke 04 on 10 March 2015. If there was ever a sign that lightning might strike twice, it was when Mario Mandzukic scored the early goal Juve so desperately needed after just 76 seconds, the fastest goal ever conceded by the Spanish giants at home in the competition.

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  • Salah emerges PFA Player of the Month of March

    Salah emerges PFA Player of the Month of March

    Klopp's men will be hoping to pounce on City, who fell to defeat at the hands of their local rivals Manchester United on Saturday night, missing out on the chance to secure the Premier League title. "Rather yes than no, but we have to wait and see for the reaction". "I don't know in the moment 100 per cent, but I am quite hopeful we will have a bigger squad than we had at Everton ", Klopp told the club's official website.

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  • Gov. Rick Scott aims to unseat Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson

    Gov. Rick Scott aims to unseat Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson

    He announced his campaign on Facebook Monday morning, but later at a news conference in Orlando, Scott called on politicians in D.C. demanding for change. Anthony List, a group that seeks to reduce and end abortion. Scott also repeatedly attacked "career politicians" without naming his opponent, Nelson, who has served in the Senate since 2001.

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  • Danny Welbeck double gives Arsenal win over Southampton in Premier League

    Danny Welbeck double gives Arsenal win over Southampton in Premier League

    For Southampton (18th place, 28 points), they are in the drop zone and three points from safety. There were many standout performers for the Gunners , so with that said, here are my Arsenal player ratings vs Southampton . At that point Wenger abandoned all pretence of tactical shape and defensive nous by simply ordering his side to attack to win the game. Here is how we rated the players after the game.

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  • Games: Horton, relay team give Australia golden start in the pool

    Games: Horton, relay team give Australia golden start in the pool

    Camilla, Duchess Of Cornwall , has been pretty soundly called out for appearing utterly unamused by last night's Commonwealth Games opening ceremony on the Gold Coast . Stephanie Morton and Kaarle McCulloch showed Australian women's sprinting is in good hands by winning gold in the team sprint. Cate Campbell, whose tempo seemed to increase with the decibels as the 10,000-strong crowd willed her to the world record, then produced a flying final leg of 51.00 seconds.

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  • How to watch MI vs. Notre Dame hockey in the Frozen Four

    How to watch MI vs. Notre Dame hockey in the Frozen Four

    Senior forward Dexter Dancs discussed how the team exceeded expectations and first-year head coach Mel Pearson showed appreciation for the two seniors, standing up and hugging Calderone and Dancs, who scored both of Michigan's goals Thursday, as they walked off the podium during the postgame news conference.

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  • Tony Finau: Will compete in Masters

    Tony Finau: Will compete in Masters

    The Augusta spectators went wild, while Finau turned on the jets and sprinted toward the hole. "To be in this position I'm at now, when I woke up this morning, it's nothing short of a miracle if you ask me". Many punters have been quick to back the Masters hopeful after his sensational Par-3 performance. "I've learned a lot and I can't wait to get an opportunity and do it again".

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  • Patriots have options with money saved following Brandin Cooks trade

    Patriots have options with money saved following Brandin Cooks trade

    Acquiring a first- and sixth-rounder via Cooks and collecting a second-round pick for Jimmy Garoppolo could be the initial steps in a grander scheme to maintain a high level of success in New England . But even though they didn't get Beckham, the Rams should be pleased with landing Cooks . New signing Cordarrelle Patterson , Julian Edelman , Chris Hogan , Riley McCarron , Cody Hollister , Kenny Britt , Malcolm Mitchell are all under contract and should soften the blow of Cook's ...

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  • Ozzie Newsome Announces The Ravens Have Signed Robert Griffin III

    Ozzie Newsome Announces The Ravens Have Signed Robert Griffin III

    He came in last week and worked out - had a real good workout. The two sides came to a contract agreement on Tuesday and Griffin is expected to officially sign next week. While he had an impressive rookie season, injuries limited his productivity the next few years. "I felt like (Griffin) really wanted to be here". In fact, it's Robert Griffin III, who last played in the National Football League back in 2016 with the Cleveland Browns.

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