Lichtenstein: What's The Story, Cory? Devils Need Star Goalie To Get GoingBy his own admission, Devils goalie Cory Schneider has not been at the top of his game this season.
Lichtenstein: Nets Can’t Close Deals On Or Off The CourtEarlier in the day, Houston notified Brooklyn general manager Sean Marks that it had matched the offer sheet the Nets tendered to 7-foot restricted free agent Donatas Motiejunas on Friday.
Lichtenstein: Kilpatrick’s Heroics Vs. Clippers Give Credence To Nets’ Development IdeologyThe 26-year-old Kilpatrick almost single-handedly willed Brooklyn back from a 16-point fourth-quarter deficit, scoring 31 of his 38 points in the final frame and two overtimes.
Lichtenstein: Hall Aboard? Devils' Star Eyes Early Return From InjuryHall’s well in New Jersey -- or at least healing much quicker than expected -- and just in the nick of time.
Lichtenstein: Jets Fans, Why Do We Put Up With This?I don't have any stats to back this up, but I believe that Jets fans must have the lowest divorce rate among all NFL supporters.
Lichtenstein: Thanks Anyway -- 2016 Was A Down Sports Year For NYThis is getting ridiculous. I started compiling this annual Thanksgiving list in 2012, some nine and a half months after the Giants defeated the Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. No New York area team has won a championship since.
Lichtenstein: Devils Have Become Powerless On The Power PlayWith three failed attempts in Monday’s 4-0 defeat at San Jose, the Devils ran their consecutive scoreless streak with the man advantage to 29 opportunities over a nine-game span.
Lichtenstein: Nets Getting Exposed At Point Guard In Lin's AbsenceWith starting point guard Jeremy Lin still not cleared from the strained hamstring he incurred during a victory over Detroit on Nov. 2, the Nets have crashed back to Earth following a promising start.
Lichtenstein: Young Lakers Show Nets What Might Have BeenThe Lakers are a team clearly on the rise while we can only hope that one day — and it could legitimately take a few more years -- the Nets won’t stink.
Lichtenstein: Devils’ D Picks Up Slack On Offensive EndLong one of the NHL’s stingiest teams, the Devils, under second-year coach John Hynes, have maintained the organization’s tradition of playing tight, disciplined hockey.
Lichtenstein: Homegrown Net Whitehead Shows True Meaning of Brooklyn Grit In Win Over WolvesWhitehead is the first native from Brooklyn to suit up for the hometown team.
Lichtenstein: Jets Compound Dumb Plays By Not Benching FitzpatrickSunday’s incomprehensible 27-23 loss in Miami was a microcosm for all that has plagued this franchise, with maybe a handful of exceptions, over these many seasons.

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