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3/7/2015 1:12 AM
Wings burned by former mate Hudler
DETROIT — It’s been nearly three years since Jiri Hudler played for Detroit, and the Calgary forward’s two-goal night against his former team didn’t have much extra significance.

3/7/2015 1:06 AM
Coreau helps Walleye hold off Jackals
ELMIRA, N.Y. — Goaltender Jared Coreau made 44 saves to lead Toledo to a 3-2 win Friday night on the road. The Walleye have an overall record of 35-12-3-2 on the season and are 18-7-1-0 away from home.

3/7/2015 1:05 AM
Hawks pull away in 4th to beat Cavs 106-97
ATLANTA — LeBron James tossed a pass to no one in the corner. He argued about a call so vehemently that he received a technical. By the end of his frustrating night, the Atlanta Hawks had sent a clear message to the King:

3/7/2015 1:05 AM
Harden's triple-double leads Rockets over Pistons 103-93
HOUSTON — James Harden has been so good this season that Houston Rockets coach Kevin McHale has come to expect performances like the one he had Friday night.

3/7/2015 1:04 AM
Blue Jackets snap 7-game losing streak
NEWARK, N.J. — In a season marked by a team record for injuries, getting a player back in the lineup was just what the Columbus Blue Jackets needed against the New Jersey Devils.

3/6/2015 7:19 PM
Seahawks reportedly re-sign Lynch
Running back Marshawn Lynch will be back with the Seahawks after agreeing to a new contract with the team, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

3/6/2015 6:59 PM
Browns re-sign punter Lanning
CLEVELAND — The Browns re-signed punter Spencer Lanning and running back Shaun Draughn, both exclusive-rights free agents.

3/6/2015 1:34 PM
Scoreboard: 3-06

3/6/2015 7:03 AM
Warm weather forced Iditarod farther north
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Much of the start of the world’s most famous sled dog race is covered in barren gravel, forcing Iditarod organizers to move the start farther north where there is snow and ice.

3/6/2015 1:24 AM
NBA roundup: Bulls rally, beat Thunder 108-105
CHICAGO — E’Twaun Moore hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 2.1 seconds remaining and the Chicago Bulls rallied to beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 108-105 on Thursday night, ending Russell Westbrook’s triple-double streak at four.

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