The Bruins try to finish off the Rangers in the first of three NHL playoff games tonight.
Four months after knee surgery, Robert Griffin III joined his teammates for an on-field workout.
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Kevin Durant just had his back tattoo finished, but there appears to be a problem with it.
The Canucks parted company with Alain Vigneault, according to a report.
Dallas, Edmonton to play exhibition game in Oklahoma City1 hr 10 min ago
Flames G Taylor signs in Sweden1 hr 24 min ago
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Report: Burke out as Team USA Olympic GM1 hr 42 min ago
Jim Harbaugh, the NFL coach and IndyCar owner, will drive the pace car at this weekend's 500.
Charles Sims, who bypassed the NFL to stay at Houston, is now leaving for reasons unclear.
TaylorMade condemned Sergio Garcia's comments, but it did not say if it would drop him.
Former USMNT captain Claudio Reyna will lead the charge for NYCFC.
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CSN: Brian Urlacher, who played 13 seasons for the Bears, announced his retirement from football Wenesday on his personal twitter account.
PHT: The Bruins try to complete their sweep tonight (7 p.m. ET; Live Extra, CNBC). On NBCSN, the Hawks and Wings play (7 ET; Live Extra), then the Sharks and Kings square off (10:30 ET; Live Extra).
Y! Sports: For Roy Hibbert, a sense of ownership means knowing he should have fought to get in the game with two seconds remaining in overtime, when his absence allowed LeBron James to hit the winning lay-up.
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