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    • Rangers wanted to win Friday for fallen teammate Zuccarello

      Mats Zuccarello took a slap shot to the face early in Friday's series-clinching win over the Penguins and was unable to return. Carl Hagelin, who scored the overtime game-winner, said he and Derick Brassard felt bad Zuccarello couldn't be there at the end and that the winning goal was for him. More »

    • deGrom lacked command, left pitches up Friday

      Jacob deGrom entered Friday with an 18 1/3-inning scoreless streak, but that came to an end as did the Mets' 11-game winning streak. deGrom didn't have his command against the Yankees, admitting, "I've got to make the adjustment there and put us in a better position to win that game." More »

    • Mets' win streak comes to an end against Yanks

      The Yankees jumped all over Jacob deGrom on Friday, with Mark Teixeira belting two home runs and Jacoby Ellsbury adding another. deGrom gave up six runs in five innings, but Michael Pineda silenced the Mets' bats. Lucas Duda's sac fly provided the Mets' only offense in a 6-1 loss. More »

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      • W.B. Mason Post Game Extra

        The Mets dropped the opening game of their Subway Series with the Yankees on Friday, 6-1. Jacob deGrom wasn't his usual self, giving up three home runs and lasting just five innings. Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez break down Friday night's loss from Yankee Stadium. More »

      • Rangers advance past Penguins with OT win

        Carl Hagelin's overtime goal lifted the Rangers to a 2-1 win over the Penguins and into the Eastern Conference semifinals. Derek Stepan opened the scoring before Pittsburgh's Nick Spaling evened things in the second period. Henrik Lundqvist made 36 saves in the Blueshirts' victory. More »

      • Pineda dominates in Yanks' win over Mets

        The Yankees ended the Mets' 11-game winning streak with a 6-1 win, earning their fourth straight victory in the process. Michael Pineda dominated, allowing just five hits and one run over 7 2/3 innings. Mark Teixeira homered twice, and Jacoby Ellsbury added a solo shot for the Yanks. More »

      • Klein will not play in Game 5 against Penguins

        Rangers defenseman Kevin Klein has been sidelined since March 11 with a broken arm, but hoped to have an impact in the playoffs. Although he skated on his own Friday morning, the 30-year-old will not return to the lineup for Game 5 against the Penguins at Madison Square Garden. More »

      • Coliseum to have added security for Game 6

        After reports of misconduct from Islanders fans directed at Capitals supporters following Game 3 surfaced, officials from the NHL, Nassau County and Nassau Coliseum plan to increase security measures for Saturday's Game 6. The Islanders trail the Caps, 3-2, in the series. More »

      • Parnell shut down due to forearm soreness

        Mets reliever Bobby Parnell, who underwent Tommy John surgery last April, had his rehab process shut down for one week due to soreness in his forearm. In three rehab appearances this season with Class A St. Lucie, the right-hander posted a 10.13 ERA. More »

      • Mullin officially signs first recruiting class

        St. John's head coach Chris Mullin continues to build a new foundation at the Queens school. The welcoming of incoming freshmen Tariq Owens (Maryland), Darien Williams (California) and Ron Mvouika (France) helped Mullin land his first recruiting class as boss of the Red Storm. More »

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