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  2. These New York Tourists’ Plans: A Play, Then a Power Play

    The Coyotes, the Canucks and the Flames took up residency in the metropolitan area over the past two weeks but did more than visit the Devils, the Islanders and the Rangers.

  3. Rangers 4, Coyotes 3
    Rangers’ Victory Pleases a Coach, but Not His Son

    Henrik Samuelsson, the son of the Rangers assistant coach Ulf Samuelsson, made his N.H.L. debut against the Rangers, who are tied with the Islanders atop the Metropolitan Division after Thursday’s win.

  4. On Baseball
    He Hit. He Jogged. Fans Yawned.

    Under a thin veil of normalcy, Alex Rodriguez returned to the Yankees’ practice field as he and his teammates delicately navigated questions about his place on the team.

  5. Max Scherzer Has a $210 Million Contract, and Is Thinking Big

    Scherzer, the 2013 A.L. Cy Young Award winner, is focused on improving after joining the Nationals, who gave him the largest free-agent pitching contract in major league history.

  6. Not the Knicks
    A City Tournament for a City Game

    The City University of New York Athletic Conference basketball tournament, a colorful thread in the city’s fabric, concludes on Friday, when the 50th Dutch Shoe will be awarded.

  7. TV Sports: Why FIFA Made Deal With Fox for 2026 Cup
  8. Judge Overturns Suspension of Adrian Peterson
  9. Iona Coach’s Message to the Rest of Division I: Pick Up the Pace
  10. Women's Roundup: South Carolina Women Improve to 27-1
  11. This Week’s Men’s College Basketball Games to Watch
  12. After a Stirring Introduction, Chase Headley Hopes for a Steady Follow-Up Season
  13. Terry Collins Sets Aside Cheerleading for Measured Tone
  14. Practicing in the Dark, Some Early Starters Grumble at the Honda Classic
  15. Devils Send Jaromir Jagr to Panthers for Two Draft Picks
  16. Roundup: LeBron James’s 42 Points Lift Cavaliers Past Warriors
  17. Reconsidering Notion of Mercy After a Basketball Rout in Brooklyn
  18. Essay: A City Braces for Its Ballpark to Go the Way of Its Mills
  19. Twin Pole-Vaulters Reach the Height of Alikeness
  20. On Cricket: Cricket, Looking to Grow, Keeps Shrinking World Cup
  21. Murray Loses to Croatian Teen in Quarterfinals in Dubai
  22. Venus Williams Sets Up Qatar Open Semifinal Against Victoria Azarenka
  23. Sports Briefing | Soccer: Roma Advances With Win Over Feyenoord
  24. Top-Seeded Maria Sharapova Reaches Mexico Open Semifinals
  25. Sports Briefing | Olympics: I.O.C. Official Feeling Better About Rio
  26. Sports Briefing | Baseball: Blue Jays Sign Johan Santana
  27. At Their Meets, the Audience Flips, Too
  28. Video: Skiing With the Sport’s Next Generation
  29. interactiveInteractive Feature: Quiz: Westminster Dog Show Look-Alikes
  30. On Baseball: Tigers Are Built for the World Series and Hoping to Break Through
  31. Flames Rookie Embarks on a Welcome-Back Tour
  32. In Division II, an Egyptian Center Makes a Name for Himself
  33. As Tiger Woods Fades, a Fear That Revenue Will, Too

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