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Through Sunday, they surrendered 12 of their league-worst 33 goals on the penalty kill, a 72.7 percent success rate good for 25th in the NHL. And their six power-play goals on 37 attempts (17.2 percent) is in the middle of the pack at 17th.
The Detroit Tigers have agreed to a one-year, $6,725,000 contract with right-hander Max Scherzer and avoided salary arbitration.
With a partial power outage, an overly excited quarterback and a game that suddenly turned from snoozer to sizzler, CBS had its hands full at the Super Bowl. The game fell short of setting a viewership record, but it stands as the third most-watched program in U.S. television history.
The Baltimore Ravens won the game but the question in Las Vegas is how much was bet and won on the Super Bowl.
Martell Webster scored 21 points, and the Washington Wizards broke a four-game losing streak Monday night with a 98-90 win over a Los Angeles Clippers team missing Blake Griffin and Chris Paul.
A Super Bowl week that had gone so smoothly for the Big Easy suddenly turned bizarre when everyone was watching.
It sounded as if John Harbaugh was happy his Ravens nearly blew a three-touchdown lead in the Super Bowl.
Who turned out the lights?
No halftime show at Super Bowl 2014? That's the word, according to planners who say the weather may prevent appearances at matchup XLVIII, set for New Jersey.