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Alex Ovechkin took care of the flash and Zdeno Chara brought the blast. Together, they helped make Eric Staal look like a pretty shrewd general manager.
Manchester United required a second-half rally to edge third-tier side Southampton 2-1 in the fourth round of the FA Cup Saturday, and Salomon Kalou's late equalizer rescued defending champion Chelsea in a 1-1 draw at Everton.
Doug Bruno has a simple reason for DePaul's incredible start to the season _ experience.
After growing up together on the tennis circuit, Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic have yet to meet in a major. That all changes Sunday at the Australian Open.
To understand just how good the NFL's ratings have been this season _ the best in about 15 years _ it helps to take a moment and compare the league to the rest of TV.
The initial plans were modest. Jerry Jones said he was going to build a stadium for the Dallas Cowboys that would cost around $650 million. He asked suburban taxpayers to put up the first $325 million and promised to pay the rest, no matter how high the tab ran.
French Sports Minister Chantal Jouanno has reportedly said that the players responsible for a strike at the World Cup should never again play for the national team.
On its soon-to-be frozen surface, the outdoor rink that is under construction at UConn's Rentschler Field might seem like an attempt to duplicate the NHL's popular Winter Classic at a minor-league level.
Linebacker Desmond Bishop says the Packers began preparing for Ben Roethlisberger by watching video of how other teams failed to bring down the Steelers' big quarterback.