Hockey

Pageau scores twice, Senators rout Rangers 6-2

[ad_1] NEW YORK (AP) — The Senators didn’t have their best start, yet after spotting the New York Rangers an early goal, Ottawa dominated the rest of the way and earned their first road win this season. Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored twice and Anders Nilsson stopped 32 shots as the Senators routed the Rangers 6-2 on Monday night. Tyler Ennis, Ron Hainsey, Brady Tkachuk and former Ranger Vladislav Namestnikov also scored
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Nick Saban ‘Detail’ — How to watch, what to expect and more

[ad_1] When Alabama went all-in with the run-pass option offense under quarterback Tua Tagovailoa a season ago, everything changed.With a stable of powerful running backs and three NFL-caliber receivers in Jerry Jeudy, DeVonta Smith and Henry Ruggs III to spread the field, what was a defense supposed to do?Well, not much, apparently. From 2018 until now, no FBS team has scored more points than the Crimson Tide (1,073).In the latest
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Roger Penske buying IndyCar is like LeBron James buying the NBA

[ad_1] The most stunning part of it all? The one photograph.Don't get me wrong. There was plenty of stunning to go around on Monday morning. As the American motorsports world boarded various aircraft to return home from Fort Worth, Austin and Las Vegas and the huge late-season NASCAR, Formula One and NHRA events held in those cities, every row on every plane emitted gasps as their social media timelines filled
Hockey

Brad Marchand scores twice, Bruins beats Penguins 6-4

[ad_1] BOSTON (AP) — Brad Marchand scored his second goal of the game with 1:57 left in the third period, and the Boston Bruins beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 6-4 Monday night after blowing a three-goal lead. David Pastrnak, Jake DeBrusk and Torey Krug also scored for Boston (11-1-2), which has won six straight. Marchand added three assists, extending his point streak to 13 games. Dominik Kahun, Nick Bjugstad, Bryan Rust
Football

Bad omen? Black cat runs onto field, delays MNF

[ad_1] EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Dallas Cowboys-New York Giants game Monday night was interrupted by a black cat just days after Halloween.The cat made its way onto the MetLife Stadium field in the second quarter. It was on the far side away from the action for one play. It caused a two-minute delay when the cat was recognized by the teams and officials.Security and police watched as the cat
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Israel Adesanya willing to fight Jon Jones at middleweight

[ad_1] UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya is ready to fight light heavyweight champ Jon Jones, but only on one condition."If he wants to fight me right now, come see me at 185 [pounds, the middleweight limit]," Adesanya said Monday on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show. "I'll let him jump the queue, cuz he's the champ at that weight class."Adesanya reiterated he can see moving up to take a fight with Jones
Hockey

Predators score 5 in second, beat Red Wings 6-1

[ad_1] DETROIT (AP) — Nick Bonino scored the first of Nashville’s five second-period goals, and the Predators easily dispatched the Detroit Red Wings 6-1 on Monday night. Matt Duchene scored the last two goals of the middle period for Nashville, and Kyle Turris and Colton Sissons contributed a goal apiece. The first four goals by the Predators came in a span of 5:36, and Detroit goalie Jimmy Howard was pulled
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Black cat runs onto field at MetLife Stadium

[ad_1] EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - The New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys game on Monday night was interrupted by a black cat just days after Halloween.The cat made its way on the MetLife Stadium field in the second quarter. It was on the far side away from the action for a play while the action continued. It caused a two-minute delay when the cat was recognized by the teams and
Football

Los Angeles Rams taking recovery of Brandin Cooks ‘day at a time’

[ad_1] 9:32 PM ETLindsey ThiryESPN Close Covered Rams for two years for Los Angeles Times Previously covered the Falcons Has covered the NBA and college football and basketballTHOUSAND OAKS, Calif. -- Los Angeles Rams receiver Brandin Cooks will continue to meet with specialists regarding two concussions that he suffered last month, Rams coach Sean McVay said Monday."I think for him, just being able to learn about the entirety of what's