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World Cup leader Marcel Hirscher wins again in slalom

World Cup leader Marcel Hirscher wins again in slalom

WENGEN, Switzerland — Marcel Hirscher is unbeatable in slalom right now, and his World Cup win Sunday finally gave him victory at Wengen. The Austrian star extended his first-run lead to finish 0.
Nurse scores in OT to lift Oilers over Golden Knights 3-2

Nurse scores in OT to lift Oilers over Golden Knights 3-2

LAS VEGAS — The Edmonton Oilers have done something no other NHL team has this season: beat the Vegas Golden Knights twice. Darnell Nurse scored 55 seconds into overtime to lift the Oilers past Vegas 3-2 on Saturday night.

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Saturday's Games NFL Playoffs Philadelphia 15 Atlanta 10 New England 35 Tennessee 14 --- NHL Boston 4 Montreal 3 (SO) Minnesota 4 Winnipeg 1 Edmonton 3 Vegas 2 (OT) N.Y. Islanders 7 N.Y.

Saturday's Games

Saturday's Games NFL Playoffs Philadelphia 15 Atlanta 10 New England 35 Tennessee 14 --- NHL Boston 4 Montreal 3 (SO) Minnesota 4 Winnipeg 1 Edmonton 3 Vegas 2 (OT) N.Y. Islanders 7 N.Y.
Patriots beat Titans 35-14 to head back to AFC title game

Patriots beat Titans 35-14 to head back to AFC title game

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — First, the Patriots tuned out a week full of off-field drama. Then, they silenced the Titans to earn yet another trip to the AFC championship game.
DeRozan scores 42 points as Raptors drop 127-125 decision to Warriors

DeRozan scores 42 points as Raptors drop 127-125 decision to Warriors

TORONTO — For DeMar DeRozan and the Toronto Raptors, it was a tale of two halves. Klay Thompson had 26 points while Kevin Durant added 25 as the Golden State Warriors held on for a wild 127-125 road win over the Raptors on Saturday night.
Marchand shootout goal lifts Boston over Habs 4-3 in first game against Julien

Marchand shootout goal lifts Boston over Habs 4-3 in first game against Julien

MONTREAL — Brad Marchand and the Boston Bruins forced overtime and then won in a shootout in their first game against their former coach — Claude Julien of rival the Montreal Canadiens.
Canadiens' Danault taken off ice on stretcher after taking Chara shot to head

Canadiens' Danault taken off ice on stretcher after taking Chara shot to head

MONTREAL — The Bell Centre went silent when Montreal Canadiens centre Phillip Danault lay on the ice after being hit in the head by a Zdeno Chara point shot on Saturday night.
Chan wins record 10th Canadian title, Daleman wins gold on 20th birthday

Chan wins record 10th Canadian title, Daleman wins gold on 20th birthday

VANCOUVER — Patrick Chan has accomplished what no other Canadian skater has, absolutely dominating his event in this country for a decade.
Dumba scores twice, Wild beat Jets 4-1

Dumba scores twice, Wild beat Jets 4-1

ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Central Division has been the NHL's tightest this season, with not much separation from top to bottom. Minnesota's win over division-leading Winnipeg on Saturday night only jammed it up some more.