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Credit Devils radio play-by-play man Matt Loughlin for this stat: Cory Schneider has now started 97 games with NJ. The Devils have scored two or fewer goals in 67 of those games, three or fewer in 81.
It seems Mikhail Prokhorov won’t have a hard time finding a buyer for the Brooklyn Nets. That is, if he decides to sell.
There will be plenty of Rangers fans shocked upon learning that super-prospect Anthony Duclair is heading to Arizona. But for GM Glen Sather, this was a no-brainer.
Craig Carton and Boomer Esiason opened Monday’s show remembering Mason, whose heart problems turned out to be too much to overcome. He died Saturday morning at 48.
“I dominated when I played. There was nobody better at my position. Nobody.” Actually, Simeon, there was. His name is Michael Strahan.
As the third baseman tries to help lead the Mets to the postseason, he’s already part of a winning team as a partner with MISSION Athletecare, the leading brand in thermoregulation.
Vision is pretty important in sports. Hand-eye coordination and stuff. Which is why these six athletes — OK, five and a coach — need to get to the optometrist ASAP.
Terry Collins expects the Mets to be a playoff team, but he’s letting his players know that they should be doing their talking on the field.
If the old man ever heard the new-age, “I’m OK, you’re OK” stuff coming out of Yankees co-owner Hal Steinbrenner’s mouth lately, he’d blow his top.
Does that mean he’d go full-blown Boss? Could there be an organizational shakeup? It sounds like he’s not ruling anything out.
Mike Florio sparked national interest in the rumored video when he said last week that “the Cowboys are afraid it will come out and have a Ray Rice-like type of an impact.”
It wasn’t that Noah Syndergaard had a bad year in 2014. It’s just that he expected to be wearing a big-league uniform with “Mets” emblazoned across the front at some point last year. That never happened.
In one night, Lionel Hollins and the Nets undid all those feel-good stories from their modest two-game winning streak coming out of the All-Star break.
Inside the Yankees fridge, there’s a plethora of leftovers. The lobster isn’t fresh. The filet mignon is long gone. But, this is it. Hal’s done shopping.
The man considered MLB’s true home run king told Newsday earlier this week that he wants to see A-Rod come back strong after serving a yearlong suspension for PEDs.
New York Islanders photos of the week.