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Report: Bruins to Host 2016 Winter Classic

Report: Bruins to Host 2016 Winter Classic

A.J. Messier/NHLI via Getty Images(BOSTON, Ma.) -- The NHL's Winter Classic has a set destination for 2016.

The Boston Bruins will host the Montreal Canadiens in Gillette Stadium, according to WEEI.com. Gillete Stadium is home to the New England Patriots. 

The Bruins previously hosted the Winter Classic in 2010 at Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.

The 2015 Winter Classic was held in Nationals Park between the Washington Capitals and the Chicago Blackhawks, which Washington won 3-2. Capitals winger Troy Brouwer won the game with 13 seconds to go on a power play goal in the third period.

The news is expected to be officially announced at the NHL All Star game this weekend in Columbus, Ohio. 

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Blackhawks Forward Carcillo Suspended for Cross Checking

Blackhawks Forward Carcillo Suspended for Cross Checking

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(CHICAGO, Ill.) -- Chicago Blackhawks perennial troublemaker Daniel Carcillo has been suspended six games by the NHL for cross checking.

Carcillo took his stick to the arm to Jets forward Mathieu Perrault, while he wasn't looking, during the second period of Friday night’s game against Winnipeg. 

The NHL Department of player safety classified Carcillo as a repeat offender. Carcillo has had eleven prior incidents, according to the NHL, including three stick related infractions. 

Normally, cross checking is punished with an in-game penalty, but according to the NHL, supplemental discipline was required with Carcillo because the play was already whistled dead, Perrault was not expecting to be hit after the whistle had blown and was injured as a result. Finally, Carcillo, "hit Perrault in an unprotected spot on his arm; below the shoulder pad and above the elbow pad." 

Carcillo will be eligible to return when Chicago plays the Minnesota Wild on February 3. The Blackhawks will then play the Jets in their next game on the 6th.

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Report: Rangers Agree to Six-Year Deal with Staal

Report: Rangers Agree to Six-Year Deal with Staal

Len Redkoles/NHL via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The New York Rangers are locking up one of the cornerstones of their franchise.

The team has agreed to a six-year deal with defenseman Marc Staal, worth $5.7 million per season, according to ESPN's Craig Custance.

Staal, 28, was the first-round pick of the Rangers in 2005 and ranks second on the team with 29 career goals and 503 games played, and third on the team with 90 assists since joining the team in 2007-2008.

"Marc has been one of the cornerstones of our team since he arrived in New York," general manager Glen Sather said. "His commitment and perseverance to the Rangers, and the game of hockey, has been an inspiration for everyone in the organization, and he has become a role model for young players and veterans alike. We are excited that he will continue to provide that leadership in a Rangers uniform."

Staal returned from injuries in 2011-2013 seasons to play 72 games with the blue shirts last year.

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Predators Lose Rinne for 3 to 5 Weeks

Predators Lose Rinne for 3 to 5 Weeks

Frederick Breedon/Getty Images(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) -- Nashville Predators goalie Pekka Rinne will miss three to five weeks due to a sprained knee, the team announced Thursday.Rinne was injured in a collision in the third period of the team's win over Vancouver Tuesday night."It's a setback, but we'll get over it as a team," Predators head coach Peter Laviolette said. "He'll get over it as a person, and he'll jump back in there."Rinne leads the league with 29 wins, and is second in goals-against average (1.96) and save percentage (.931).

With Rinne out, the Predators (29-9-4, 62 pts) will turn to Carter Hutton as their No. 1 goaltender. Hutton has appeared in six games this season, compiling a 0-3-2 record with a 2.60 goals-against average and a .905 save percentage."I'm just going to play my game," Hutton said. "You never want to see a guy like Pekka go down but that's the way it goes. We went through it last year. I feel like my games have been solid all year. I'm not getting the results I need, but if you look at the individual games and the way the games went down ... I feel good in my game and I know the guys are confident in me and I'm ready to get in there."

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Simon Gagne Will Not Return This Season After Father’s Death

Simon Gagne Will Not Return This Season After Father’s Death

Frederick Breedon/Getty Images(BOSTON) -- Veteran forward Simon Gagne has decided he will not return to the team this season due to personal reasons. With the recent death of his father, Gagne will sit out the rest of the season, leaving the rest of his career in doubt.

"The last month has been extremely difficult for me with my father being sick and his passing," Gagne said in a statement released by the team. "To play in the NHL you have to be 100 percent mentally, emotionally and physically committed to the game. At this time I know that I cannot be close to those levels. The Bruins organization and my teammates have been great to my family and I during this time."

Gagne is now considered a suspended player so that the Bruins can maintain a full roster.

The 34-year-old Gagne is in his first season with the Bruins, and it could be his last. He has three goals and one assist in 23 games this season.

Gagne is a former All-Star from his years with the Philadelphia Flyers, but he's had trouble staying on the ice in recent years due to injuries. He's played in over 60 games just once since the 2009-2010 season.

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Flyers Goalie Steve Mason Out Two Weeks with Knee Injury

Flyers Goalie Steve Mason Out Two Weeks with Knee Injury

Len Redkoles/Getty Images(PHILADELPHIA) -- The Philadelphia Flyers disappointing season could get worse as goaltender Steve Mason will miss the next couple weeks due to a "lower body injury."

Mason left Saturday's game against the Boston Bruins early in the first period, after making a save on Craig Cunningham.

It is unknown exactly when Mason will be able to return, but he could make his return after the All-Star break.

"It's hard to say," Flyers general manager Ron Hextall told CSNPhilly.com of Mason's return. "We'll see how things go with Mase and when he's ready to play. If he's ready to play, I'm assuming he'll play whenever that game may be. He's obviously our No. 1 guy and we want him back. But if it's after the break, it's after the break."

In his third season in Philadelphia, Mason is 8-12-6 with a 2.46 goals-against average and .920 save percentage.

Ray Emery will take over as the team's starter while Rob Zepp will serve as the backup.

At the halfway point of the season, the Flyers are 16-19-7, the sixth-worst record in the NHL.

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Blue Jackets Reward Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky with Four-Year Extension

Blue Jackets Reward Goalie Sergei Bobrovsky with Four-Year Extension

Len Redkoles/NHL via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The Columbus Blue Jackets have locked up goalie Sergei Bobvrovsky to a new contract extension that will keep him in a Blue Jackets uniform through the 2018-2019 season.

The 26-year-old Bobrovsky and the team agreed on a four-year contract worth $29.7 million.

"We believe he's only going to improve," Columbus general manager Jarmo Kekalainen said. "Obviously, it's ultimately it's up to the player to prove that he's worth the contract that he gets. That's the way we operate, we operate on giving them the futures and that's how we evaluate these players every day, but we believe with his hard work and dedication he's going to be one of the top goalies in this league for a long time."

Bobrovsky was acquired by the team prior to the 2012-2013 from the Philadelphia Flyers. Last season "Bob" won the NHL's Vezina Trophy, which is given to the NHL's top goalie.

Bobrovsky is 15-11-2 with a 2.80 goals-against average, .915 save percentage and one shutout in 28 games this season.

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Red Wings Place Franzen on IR

Red Wings Place Franzen on IR

Christian Petersen/Getty Images(DETROIT) -- The Detroit Red Wings placed center Johan Franzen on the injured reserve list due to an upper body injury.Franzen was injured in Tuesday's 4-2 win over Edmonton.The Wings called up forward Teemu Pulkkinen from their AHL team in Grand Rapids to cover.Pulkkinen leads the AHL in goals (20) and is second in points (39). He also set a Grand Rapids rookie record last season with 31 goals.This season, 35-year-old Franzen has seven goals and 15 assists in 33 games for Detroit (22-10-9, 53 pts).

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Maple Leafs Fire Head Coach Randy Carlyle

Maple Leafs Fire Head Coach Randy Carlyle

Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- After less than four seasons on the job, the Toronto Maple Leafs have fired head coach Randy Carlyle.

"I want to thank Randy for all of his hard work and dedication," Leafs general manager David Nonis said in a statement. "It's never an easy decision to make when changing your leadership but our team was not trending in the right direction and we felt an immediate change was necessary."

Assistant coaches Peter Horachek and Steve Spott will take over the coaching duties for the team's game Wednesday night against the Washington Capitals, according to team officials.

Caryle entered the season on thin ice after management fired his assistants but decided to keep him on board to see if he could help turn the team around.

Heading into Wednesday night, the Maple Leafs sit at 21-16-3, which is good for eighth in the Eastern Conference.

Caryle took over during the 2011-2012 season and went 91-78-19 during his time with the organization.

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Capitals Clip Blackhawks in Winter Classic

Capitals Clip Blackhawks in Winter Classic

Len Redkoles/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Troy Brouwer scored a power-play goal with 12.9 seconds remaining to lift the Washington Capitals over the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 in the Winter Classic Thursday. Alex Ovechkin scored his 18th goal of the season in the win. "We start talking about Winter Classic since we started the season, and this is it," Ovechkin said. "I remember Brouwie said it's a good time to show up and make a show. And he did." The Capitals (19-11-7, 45 pts) raced to a 2-0 lead halfway through the first period when Ovechkin knocked in a rebound. The Blackhawks (25-11-2, 52 pts) fought back and tied the game in the second period, when Brandon Saad scored on a pass from Jonathan Toews. Nationals Park had a turnout of 42,832 people to watch the seventh Winter Classic.

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Panthers Agree with Bjugstad on Six-Year Deal

Panthers Agree with Bjugstad on Six-Year Deal

Christian Petersen/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The Florida Panthers agreed on a six-year contract with center Nick Bjugstad Wednesday. 

According to ESPN.com's Pierre LeBrun, Bjugstad will earn $2.85 million for the 2015-16 season, $3.35 million in 2016-17, $3.85 million in 2017-18, $4.3 million in 2018-19, $5 million in 2019-20 and $5.25 million in 2020-21.

“We are very pleased to have agreed to a long-term contract with Nick,” Panthers general manager Dale Tallon. “He is a big, strong and skilled forward who will play an important role on our club for the next several seasons. Nick, along with Alexsander Barkov, Aaron Ekblad, Erik Gudbranson and Johnathan Huberdeau are all part of our club’s growing nucleus of young and talented players that will lead our team to future success.”

The 22-year-old Bjugstad leads the Panthers in goals (13), points (21), and game-winning goals (3) this season. 

Bjugstad was selected by Florida with the 19th overall pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. Since then he's played in 121 games for the big club compiling 30 goals and 30 assists. 

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Devils Fire Coach DeBoer

Devils Fire Coach DeBoer

Christian Petersen/Getty Images(NEWARK, N.J) --  What a difference a few years makes.

In 2012, Pete DeBoer, had New Jersey fans re-energized about Devils hockey with a surprising run to the Stanley Cup finals.  Friday, the team confirmed that it has fired DeBoer. Bob McKenzie of TSN was first to report the story. 

The Devils have struggled in 2014, they are 12-17-7 and ranked 7th in the metropolitan division.  The Devils have also struggled in shootouts as they lost all twelve attempts last season and lost six of eight attempts this season.

Granted, all of the team's struggles cannot be laid on the shoulders of DeBoer.  The team has not been the same since Zach Parise signed with the Minnesota Wild before the 2013 season and Ilya Kovalchuk returned to play hockey in Russia. 

DeBoer was 114-93-41 in 3 1/2 seasons with New Jersey.

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Scoreboard Roundup – 12/23/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 12/23/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Chicago Bulls 99 (19-9) - Washington Wizards 91 (19-8)

Indiana Pacers 96 (10-19) - New Orleans Pelicans 84 (14-14)

Orlando Magic 100 (11-20) - Boston Celtics 95 (10-16)

Cleveland Cavaliers 125 (17-10) - Minnesota Timberwolves 104 (5-22)

Brooklyn Nets 102 (12-15) - Denver Nuggets 96 (12-17) 

Atlanta Hawks 107 (21-7) - Los Angeles Clippers 104 (19-10)

Philadelphia 76ers 91 (4-23) - Miami Heat 87 (13-16)

Charlotte Hornets 108 (10-19) - Milwaukee Bucks 101 (14-15)

Portland Trail Blazers 115 (23-7) - Oklahoma City Thunder 111 (13-16) - Overtime

Top 25 Men's Basketball: (4) Louisville 80 (11-0) - CS Northridge 55 (3-10)

(7) Villanova 92 (12-0) - N.J.I.T. 67 (5-8)

Stanford 74 (7-3) - (9) Texas 71 (10-2)

(14) Utah 80 (9-2) - South Dakota State 66 (9-4)

NCAAF Bowl Games: Boca Rotan Bowl: Marshall 52 (13-1) - Northern Illinois 23 (11-3)

NHL: Montreal Canadiens 3 (22-11-2, 46pts) - New York Islanders 1 (23-11-0, 46pts)

New York Rangers 4 (18-10-4, 40pts) - Washington Capitals 2 (17-11-6, 40pts)

Toronto Maple Leafs 4 (20-12-3, 43pts) - Dallas Stars 0 (14-14-5, 33pts)

Boston Bruins 5 (18-14-3, 39pts) - Nashville Predators 3 (22-9-2, 46pts)

Philadelphia Flyers 5 (14-14-6, 34pts) - Minnesota Wild 2 (16-13-3, 35pts)

Carolina Hurricanes 2 (10-20-4, 24pts) - New Jersey Devils 1 (12-17-7, 31pts) - Shootout

Detroit Red Wings 6 (18-8-9, 45pts) - Buffalo Sabres 3 (13-19-3, 29pts)

Tampa Bay Lightning 4 (21-11-4, 46pts) - Pittsburgh Penguins 3 (22-7-5, 49pts)

Colorado Avalanche 5 (13-13-8, 34pts) - St. Louis Blues 0 (21-10-3, 45pts)

Arizona Coyotes 5 (12-18-4, 28pts) - Edmonton Oilers 1 (7-21-7, 21pts)

Winnipeg Jets 5 (18-10-7, 43pts) - Chicago Blackhawks 1 (23-10-2, 48pts)

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Scoreboard Roundup – 12/19/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 12/19/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA:  Utah Jazz 101 (8-19) - Orlando Magic 94 (10-19)

Charlotte Hornets 109 (7-19) - Philadelphia 76ers 91 (2-23)

Boston Celtics 114 (10-14) - Minnesota Timberwolves 98 (5-20)

Toronto Raptors 110 (20-6) - Detroit Pistons 100 (5-21)

NHL: New Jersey Devils 3 (11-16-6) - Tampa Bay Lightning 2 (20-10-4)(F/SO)

NCAAM:  Eastern Kentucky 72 (6-4) - (18) Miami Fl 44 (9-2)

(20) St. Johns 53 (6-3) - Saint Mary's 47 (9-1)

 

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Islanders Rally for Shootout Win over New Jersey

Islanders Rally for Shootout Win over New Jersey

Mike Stobe/NHLI via Getty Images(UNIONDALE, N.Y.) -- The New York Islanders rallied from a third period deficit for the second straight game, defeating the New Jersey Devils 3-2 in a shootout on Monday night. It was the ninth time in nine tries this year that the Islanders (21-10-0, 42pts) won in extra time.

"We have a lot of confidence, whether it's in OT or shootout," said Josh Bailey who scored the game-winner in the shootout. "We have a lot of guys who can put the puck in the net."

The Devils (11-15-6, 28pts) jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first period, scoring first on the power play. Marek Zidlicky's slapshot after the penalty to Anders Lee opened the scoring, getting assists from Scott Gomez and Jaromir Jagr. The trio combined for the second goal of the night as well with Jagr and Zidlicky assisting on Gomez's goal.

Bailey started the comeback late in the second when he beat Keith Kinkaid, a Long Island native, with less than two minutes remaining in the period. Matt Martin then knotted things up midway through the third on a wide-angle shot to Kinkaid's left. 

A scoreless overtime sent the game into the shootout where the two teams came out tied after three attempts. In the fifth round of the shootout, Bailey beat Kinkaid between his legs and New Jersey's Jacob Josefson missed his shot over the net to give the Islanders the win.

Jaroslav Halak made 26 saves for the Islanders, who are now 6-0 this year in shootouts, while Kinkaid stopped 31 shots as the Devils fall to 1-5 in sudden death. 

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Sidney Crosby Has The Mumps

Sidney Crosby Has The Mumps

Gregory Shamus/NHLI via Getty Images(PITTSBURGH) -- The NHL has had a rash of mumps outbreaks in the past couple weeks.

The latest victim is its' most high profile player; Sidney Crosby.

According to TSN's Bob McKenzie, Crosby becomes the latest NHL player to contract the virus.

The list includes: Corey Perry and Francois Beauchemin of the Anahiem Ducks, Tanner Glass of the New York Rangers, Travis Zajac and Adam Larsson of the New Jersey Devils, as well as Ryan Suter, Keith Ballard, Marco Scandella, Jonas Brodin and Christian Folin of the Minnesota Wild.  The St. Louis Blues also were reported to have a couple players diagnosed.

Mumps cases have been rare for several decades as most children receive a vaccination. 

According to the Mayo Clinic, "Mumps is a viral infection that primarily affects the parotid glands — one of three pairs of saliva-producing (salivary) glands, situated below and in front of your ears... it can cause swelling in one or both parotid glands."

The NHL is taking proactive measures to control the outbreak and educate teams about how to handle the disease. 

According to an NHL spokesman, the league has been working with team doctors and physicians to avoid spreading the virus in team locker rooms, as well as distributing "links to the CDC website" and disseminating "literature regarding mumps."

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Scoreboard Roundup – 12/12/14

Scoreboard Roundup – 12/12/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NBA: Chicago Bulls 115 (14-8) - Portland Trail Blazers 106 (17-6)

Washington Wizards 104 (16-6) - Los Angeles Clippers 96 (16-6)

Atlanta Hawks 87 (16-6) - Orlando Magic 81 (9-16) 

New York Knicks 101 (5-20) - Boston Celtics 95 (7-14)

Brooklyn Nets 88 (9-12) - Philadelphia 76ers 70 (2-20)

Toronto Raptors 106 (17-6) - Indiana Pacers 94 (7-16) 

Memphis Grizzlies 113 (18-4) - Charlotte Hornets 107 (6-16) - Double Overtime

Oklahoma City Thunder 111 (10-13) - Minnesota Timberwolves 92 (5-17)

New Orleans Pelicans 119 (11-11) - Cleveland Cavaliers 114 (13-9) 

Detroit Pistons 105 (4-19) - Phoenix Suns 103 (12-12)

Miami Heat 100 (11-12) - Utah Jazz 95 (6-17)

Los Angeles Lakers 112 (7-16) - San Antonio Spurs 110 (16-7) - Overtime

NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins 3 (19-6-3, 41pts) - Calgary Flames 1 (17-12-2, 36pts) 

Florida Panthers 3 (12-8-7, 31pts) - Detroit Red Wings 2 (17-6-7, 41pts)

Montreal Canadiens 6 (19-10-2, 40pts) - Los Angeles Kings 2 (15-10-5, 35pts)

Anaheim Ducks 4 (20-6-5, 45pts) - Edmonton Oilers 2 (7-18-5, 19pts)

Top 25 Men's Basketball: (14) Iowa State 90 (7-1) - Iowa 75 (8-3)

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NHL Fines NY Islanders F Anders Lee

NHL Fines NY Islanders F Anders Lee

Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The NHL fined New York Islanders forward Anders Lee, $2,286.29 on Tuesday for elbowing St. Louis Blues defenseman Carl Gunnarsson during the second period of Saturday night's game.

The fine is the maximum allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement.

In 21 games this season, Lee has five goals and one assist for a total of six points. During his career, Lee has 15 goals and seven assists for 22 points in 45 regular season games.

In his first season with the Blues, Gunnarsson has four assists. He spent the previous five seasons suiting up for the Toronto Maple Leafs.

The money from the fine will go into the Players' Emergency Assistance Fund.

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Senators Fire Paul MacLean

Senators Fire Paul MacLean

Len Redkoles/NHLI via Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- The Ottawa Senators fired head coach Paul MacLean Monday.The Senators made the announcement on the team's Twitter account. Assistant Dave Cameron was named the new head coach.

MacLean, who is just two seasons removed from winning the Jack Adams Award, which is given annually to the best coach of the year, led the Senators to an 11-11-5 record this year before being let go.

"We continue to be a big turnover team in our zone," Senators general manager Bryan Murray said during a news conference Monday. "Our goaltending has been, to say the least, outstanding most nights to give us a chance to win hockey games. The chances against our team are, some nights, atrocious. I think there's an obligation for a lot of people, the players included, to perform better than that. But the leader of the pack always is the coach."MacLean coached 238 regular season games during his four seasons with Ottawa, posting a 114-90-45 record.

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ABC Scoreboard Roundup 12/7/14

ABC Scoreboard Roundup 12/7/14

Hemera/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- NFL: Baltimore Ravens 28 (8-5) - Miami Dolphins 13 (7-6)

Carolina Panthers 41 (4-8) - New Orleans Saints 10 (5-8)

Houston Texans 27 (7-6) - Jacksonville Jaguars 13 (2-11)

Indianapolis Colts (9-4) - Cleveland Browns 24 (7-6)

New York Giants 36 (4-9) - Tennessee Titans 7 (2-11)

Minnesota Vikings 30 (6-7) - New York Jets 24 - (2-11) Overtime

Pittsburgh Steelers 42 (8-5) - Cincinnati Bengals 21 (8-4)

St. Louis Rams 24 (6-7) - Washington Redskins 0 (3-10)

Detroit Lions 34 (9-4) - Tampa Bay Buccaneers 17 (2-11)

Denver Broncos 24 (10-3) - Buffalo Bills 17 (7-6)

Arizona Cardinals 17 (10-3) - Kansas City Chiefs 14 (7-6)

Oakland Raiders 24 (2-11) - San Francisco 49ers 13 (7-6)

Seattle Seahawks 24 (9-4) - Philadelphia Eagles 14 (9-4)

New England Patriots 23 (10-3) - San Diego Chargers 14 (8-5)

NBA: Boston Celtics 101 (7-11) - Washington Wizards 93 (13-6)

Atlanta Hawks 96 (13-6) - Denver Nuggets 84 (9-11)

Memphis Grizzlies 103 (16-4) - Miami Heat 87 (9-11)

Oklahoma City Thunder 96 (7-13) - Detroit Pistons 94 (3-18)

Dallas Mavericks 125 (16-6) - Milwaukee Bucks 102 (11-11)

Portland Trail Blazers 103 (16-4) - New York Knicks 99 (4-18)

New Orleans Pelicans 104 (9-10) - Los Angeles Lakers 87 (4-16)

NHL: Anaheim Ducks 4 (18-6-5, 41pts) - Winnipeg Jets 3 (14-9-5, 33pts) - Overtime

Detroit Red Wings 3 (17-6-5, 39pts) - Carolina Hurricanes 1 (8-15-3, 19pts)

Ottawa Senators 4 (11-11-5, 27pts) - Vancouver Canucks 3 (18-8-2, 38pts) - Overtime

Edmonton Oilers 2 (7-15-5, 19pts) - San Jose Sharks 1 (14-11-4, 32 pts)

NCAA Men's Basketball Top-25: (1) Kentucky 82 (9-0) - Eastern Kentucky 49 (4-3)

(12) North Carolina 108 (6-2) - East Carolina 64 (4-5)

Washington 49 (7-0) - (13) San Diego State 36 (6-2)

(16) West Virginia 67 (8-1) - Northern Kentucky 42 (3-5)

Clemson 68 (5-3) - (18) Arkansas 65 (6-2)

MLS Cup Final: Los Angeles Galaxy 2 - New England Revolution 1

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