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Raissman: Mets fans anxious over Keith Hernandez contract

[embedded content] While the Mets continue pursuing offseason acquisitions, their TV network is trying to sign a former elite first baseman and current marquee voice. SportsNet New York brass is in contract negotiations with Keith Hernandez, looking to bring him ...

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Giants Insider: Flowers ankle injury still lingering

Bill Kostroun/AP Ereck Flowers ankle injury could linger for a while, which is not good news for the Giants. Ereck Flowers’ ankle injury isn’t going away. The Giants’ rookie offensive tackle left Monday night’s win over the Dolphins because of ...

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Henrik Lundqvist pulled as Rangers fall to Oilers, 7-5

Andy Devlin/NHLI via Getty Images The Oilers end up on top in a high-scoring game in Edmonton. EDMONTON — Alain Vigneault will never forget his 1,000th NHL game, but he will want to. The Rangers were an absolute disaster away ...

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Tom Coughlin all-out blitzes Giants, even Jason Pierre-Paul

Peter Morgan/AP Giants head coach Tom Coughlin is unhappy with his team’s performance Sunday vs. the Jets. As the seat under Tom Coughlin gets hotter by the day, the embattled Giants coach appeared to be at wit’s end Monday as ...

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Phantom face mask, Hail Mary lift Packers over Lions, 27-23

If you thought being a Browns fan was brutal on Monday night, you were reminded on Thursday that the Lions have it just as bad. Detroit had the Packers beat, 23-21, but a controversial face mask penalty gave Green Bay ...

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Islanders top Avalanche, heat up as they prepare for Rangers

The Rangers make their initial visit to Brooklyn on Wednesday night, which figures to be the first sellout at Barclays Center since the Islanders’ season opener. The Isles are starting to roll again, just in time to face their now ...

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Michigan State tops unbeaten Ohio State, 17-14

Jamie Sabau/Getty Images Michigan State kicker Michael Geiger celebrates his game-winning field goal. COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The last place Michael Geiger, all 5-foot-8 and 185 pounds of him, wanted to end up was at the bottom of a pile ...

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Kristaps Porzingis powers Knicks past Hornets with 29 and 11

On draft night, they booed Kristaps Porzingis. On Tuesday, they chanted his name as the soundtrack to a victory at the Garden. It was Porzingis’ night in Manhattan, a validation of what has been building into a Latvian storm of ...

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Nielsen scores twice in 3rd as Isles top Ducks 4-1

Chris Carlson/AP Frans Nielsen gets the puck past Ducks goalie Anton Khudobin. ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — Frans Nielsen scored twice in the third period, backup goalie Thomas Greiss stopped 24 shots, and the New York Islanders beat the Anaheim Ducks ...

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Bills coach Rex Ryan knew how to make News with Jets

Rex Ryan’s six-year stint as head coach of the Jets was unforgettable, filled with guarantees, costumes, middle fingers and kinky tattoos. With Ryan and his Bills hitting town Thursday, the Daily News takes a trip down memory lane to revisit ...

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