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The last two times the Hoyas played in Philadelphia, bad things happened. Georgetown could secure its bid into the next NCAA's with a win Saturday at No.6 Villanova.
Dustin Penner saw plenty of ice time in his debut with the Capitals and played a role in Alex Ovechkin's power-play goal.
Forget about the Olympics in Sochi and the puffy peaks of the Caucasus Mountains.
Braden Holtby gave up four goals on 18 shots and left the game. That early deficit was too much for the Capitals to overcome in a 6-4 loss to Philadelphia.
Allen Iverson raised his No. 3 to the rafters and had Sixers' fans raising the roof.
Marquette was able to accomplish something no other team has this season: hold Villanova's leading scorer James Bell without a point.
John Wall went out of his way to get Trevor Ariza, who six years ago shot less than 30% from three, an easy basket to push him into the 40-point club for the first time.
Halftime was extended for the ceremony to retire Allen Iverson's No. 3 jersey, and some players who were inspired by him left the locker room early to see it first hand.
Allen Iverson stepped to the podium at Wells Fargo Center and spoke to the crowd on the night that his number would be retired. "I feel like I'm dreaming," he said.