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TWO THUMBS UP, WAY UP 1. MIAMI (60-16) Chris Bosh should soon have some replacement jewelry for items taken from home. (1) 2. OKLAHOMA CITY (56-20) Top seeding in West may come with home court and a first-round bye (Lakers). (3) PULITZER-WORTHY 3....
Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. What is the central issue in the legal skirmishes between Maryland and the Atlantic Coast Conference...
The Press of Atlantic City, Pleasantville, N.J.Lucas Matthysse vowed to deliver an impressive performance against Lamont Peterson Saturday night. He lived up to his promise with a spectacular victory. Matthysse used his trademark power to register a third-round TKO over Peterson in a duel of...
NewsdayIt was as close as predicted, the first game of the Eastern Conference semifinals between two similar teams, the Rangers and Bruins, with the score tied at 2 after regulation. But then came overtime, which has not been kind to the Rangers in the...
The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va.Summer has always been a special time when it comes to music. A great concert under the stars can more than make up for the asinine traffic jams you had to sit through on the way to the venue. Music thrives in the heat and humidity of summer, and it...
The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va.Alex Ovechkin believes the Washington Capitals can still win a Stanley Cup with their current team despite their elimination in the first round of the playoffs on Monday. While the Capitals have qualified for the playoffs each of the last six seasons,...
NewsdayOn the heels of a world-class goaltending exhibition from Henrik Lundqvist, a defensive clampdown on Alex Ovechkin and offensive contributions from unexpected sources in Game 7 against the Washington Capitals, the Rangers enter the Eastern Conference...
The Hartford Courant— The Rangers have been down two games to none before. Heck, the last time it happened was only two weeks ago. Before Game 3 of the opening series against the Washington Capitals, coach John Tortorella jabbed reporters for having their heads buried...
The Hartford CourantNEW YORK — They haven't met in the playoffs in 40 years. They haven't meant when it has really mattered since Emile Francis was coach and Glen Sather was one of his Rangers players. They haven't meant since Orr and Espo were in Boston and Don Cherry...
NEW YORK -- John Tortorella does not think Derick Brassard understands the Stanley Cup Playoffs. And the coach of the New York Rangers believes that is a positive. "Look at (Brassard). He doesn't give a (expletive) what's going on the ice," Tortorella...
NewsdaySoon after Henrik Lundqvist, Derick Brassard and the Rangers finished off a down-to-the-wire 1-0 win over the Capitals in Game 6 Sunday at the Garden, coach John Tortorella declared Monday night's Game 7 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals as a...
NewsdayWASHINGTON _ The season has come down to one game at Madison Square Garden Sunday. The Rangers either beat the Capitals or go home for the summer. They were put in the precarious position by Mike Ribeiro and his Washington teammates, who won Game 5 of...
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