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  • Kelly Clark wins snowboard halfpipe in US Grand Prix

    Kelly Clark won the snowboard halfpipe in the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday for her second FIS World Cup victory of the season, easily beating 18-year-old American teammate Arielle Gold. The 31-year-old Clark, from West Dover, Vermont, had a 94.50-point run.

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  • IOC takes new steps to mourn the dead during Olympics

    The IOC is taking new steps to mourn the dead during the Olympics - but stopping short of holding a moment of silence during opening ceremonies to commemorate the 11 Israelis killed at the 1972 Munich Games. Under measures that will go into effect at next year's games in Rio de Janeiro, a special…

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  • Stars trade Erik Cole to Red Wings

    Entering play on Sunday six points out of a playoff spot, the Dallas Stars have apparently decided that they are going to be sellers ahead of Monday's NHL trade deadline. The Stars have traded veteran forward Erik Cole and a third-round draft choice to the Detroit Red Wings in exchange for two…

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  • Fenninger wins super-combined, closes on Maze

    Austria's giant slalom world champion Anna Fenninger closed the gap on World Cup overall leader Tina Maze with success in Sunday's super-combined in the Bulgarian resort of Bansko. Fenninger, the defending overall World Cup champion, saw off Maze by 39 hundredths of a second to move to within 64…

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  • VIDEO: Alex Ovechkin scores 40th goal, falls down celebrating it

    Ovechkin scored just 33 seconds into the game to notch No. 40, giving the Caps a 1-0 lead over the Leafs. Ovechkin now has surpassed 40 goals in seven of his 10 seasons in the NHL – one of which was shortened by the lockout.

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  • Hirscher edges towards titles with giant slalom win

    Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Germany) (AFP) - Austria's Marcel Hirscher edged closer to an unprecedented fourth straight overall world cup title after his fifth victory of the season in the giant slalom on Sunday. Germany's Felix Neureuther finished second at 3.28sec back on his home-town course. …

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  • McKinnon, Bohonnon give US World Cup aerials double

    Kiley McKinnon and Mac Bohonnon gave the United States its first ever World Cup title double in aerials skiing Sunday. McKinnon becomes the first U.S. woman to win the World Cup since Nikki Stone in 1998, while Bohonnon is the first American men's winner since Jeret 'Speedy' Peterson in 2005. …

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  • Snowboard World Cup Parallel Slalom Results

    1. Zan Kosir, Slovenia, 1,000.

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  • Rangers trade Lee Stempniak to Jets for Carl Klingberg

    Stempniak is a cheap deadline addition for the Jets who can help their scoring depth. The veteran forward has 18 points in 53 games this season.  He never quite found a defined place in the Rangers' lineup, averaging a career-low 12:26 per game. With boosted minutes, perhaps even as part of the…

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  • WATCH: Jaromir Jagr scores first goal as Panther, ties Phil Esposito

    Given his age those two are probably long-shots at this point (he would need to come back for his age 44 season), and he has no chance to catch Wayne Gretzky (894) or Gordie Howe (801) in the top-two, but it is again worth pointing out that without three lockouts in his career (half of the 1994-95…

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  • WATCH: Kings G Jonathan Quick hits Jets' Jacob Trouba with low blow

    Jonathan Quick is one of the feistier goalies in the NHL. Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba got to experience that first hand after he was driven into Quick by Kings forward Jarret Stoll. The Jets defenseman also had to contend with a perturbed Matt Greene as well.

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  • Rangers acquire defenseman Keith Yandle from Coyotes

    The Rangers didn't have a first-round pick last year, they do not have one this year and now they may not have one in 2016. According to Katie Strang of ESPN.com, the conditional first-rounder is lottery protected, which means the Rangers can slide the pick to 2017 if they fail to make the…

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  • Skiers angry at dangerous conditions in Bansko resort

    Lindsay Vonn was among several leading skiers who felt the conditions were "way too dangerous" as fog caused havoc in the women’s World Cup races at the Bulgarian resort of Bansko this weekend. “It’s a joke, this snow is way too dangerous to ski,” American Vonn, the sport’s most successful woman…

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  • Northug wins 50K race for 4th gold of Nordic skiing worlds

    Petter Northug won his fourth gold medal of the Nordic skiing world championships Sunday, using his trademark sprinting ability to win a four-way race to the finish in the men's 50-kilometer cross-country race. Northug entered the final straight a few meters behind Czech veteran Lukas Bauer and…

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  • Hirscher wins 4th straight WCup giant slalom by huge margin

    GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (AP) -- Overall leader Marcel Hirscher claimed his fourth straight World Cup giant slalom victory with the discipline's third-biggest winning margin on Sunday. Hirscher navigated the Kandahar course in 2 minutes, 43.23 seconds, beating Germany's Felix Neureuther by…

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  • Blackhawks' Patrick Sharp combats 'untrue' rumors about personal life

    It’s not the recent trade rumors that his name came up in, but a series of more serious rumors that involved his personal life. Trade rumors, talk about my play on the ice — I’m fine with that, I can handle that.

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  • British sailors ready to battle Rio sewage with fish oil

    By Alexander Smith LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Olympic sailing hopefuls are taking fish oil and probiotic supplements in the hope it will stop them getting ill from contaminated sea water in Rio de Janeiro. Cleaning up the bay was a key promise of Rio's Olympic bid, but the state's leading…

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  • Hirscher humbles rivals in Stenmark style in Garmisch

    By Manuele Lang GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN (Reuters) - Marcel Hirscher achieved a victory margin unseen in the alpine skiing World Cup for 36 years when he won a men’s giant slalom in Garmisch-Partenkirchen by a huge 3.28-seconds on Sunday. Local favorite Felix Neureuther was second while veteran…

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  • Fenninger wins Alpine combined World Cup

    Anna Fenninger of Austria kept up the pressure on overall leader Tina Maze with victory in the women's Alpine combined World Cup race in fog-hit Bansko on Sunday. Fenninger, the overall No. 2, further narrowed the gap with Maze, winning both legs of the race for a combined time of 2 minutes, 5.06…

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  • Capitals acquire Curtis Glencross from Flames

    “Curtis is a player we coveted and we are pleased that he decided to waive his no-trade clause to join our team,” said Capitals GM Brian MacLellan in a statement. Glencross has been utilized in a variety of ways over the years and has skewed more towards the defensive of late. Glencross is slated…

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