Yankees Re-Sign Manager Aaron Boone To 3-Year ContractBoone, a third-generation major leaguer who hit a pennant-winning home run for the Yankees in 2003, led the team to a 328-218 record and four postseason appearances but just one AL East title.
Shesterkin Stops 40 Shots, Panarin Scores In OT As Rangers Down Maple LeafsMika Zibanejad had a goal and an assist for New York (2-1-1), the 100th two-point game of his NHL career.
Stafford Throws 4 TDs, D Forces 4 Turnovers, Rams Rout GiantsMatthew Stafford threw three of his four touchdown passes in a 28-point second quarter, and the Los Angeles Rams rolled to a 38-11 victory over the injury-plagued and error-prone Giants on Sunday.
Red Bulls Rule: NY Clinches Derby As NYCFC's Goal-Less Drought ContinuesCristian Casseres Jr. scored in the third minute and the New York Red Bulls beat New York City FC 1-0 on Sunday.
Lafreniere Scores In Return Home, Rangers Top CanadiensHe scored for the Rangers (1-1-1) just 26 seconds after Jonathan Drouin pulled Montreal (0-3) even.
Bennett Notches Hat Trick, Florida Easily Tops IslandersIlya Sorokin stopped 24 shots for the Islanders, who have been outscored 11-4 this season and failed to get a point out of their first two games for only the second time in the last 15 years.
Hughes Scores 2, Lifts Devils Past Blackhawks In OTHughes got his game winner on an odd-man rush.
SportsLine Week 6 AFC West Picks: Chargers, Ravens Game To Feature 'Two Legitimate MVP Candidates,' Larry Hartstein SaysLarry Hartstein discusses this week's slate of games in the AFC West.
'It's Going To Be Close': CBS Sports' Houston Nutt Previews #11 Kentucky Vs. #1 Georgia And 4 Other GamesCBS Sports' Houston Nutt breaks down #11 Kentucky vs. #1 Georgia and other key matchups in the SEC and Mountain West.
Cowboys-Patriots Preview: Dallas 'Very, Very Difficult To Stop,' Says NFL On CBS's Adam ArchuletaWhile the Cowboys are coming off a dominating win in Week 5, the Patriots eked out a win over one of the NFL's worst teams.
Stars Edge Rangers On Heiskanen's Goal In OTAdam Fox and Chris Kreider each had a goal for the Rangers, who lost their season opener Wednesday night at Washington.