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Wed December 18, 2013
Sabres Knock Off Jets 4-2, No. 1 UConn Women Defeat No. 2 Duke
In the NHL, Marcus Foligno, Matt Moulson and Matt Ellis scored in the third period to lift the Buffalo Sabres to a 4-2 win over the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday night.
It was Buffalo's first regulation win since Nov. 15 against Toronto. Elsewhere, Boston beat Calgary 2-0. Tampa Bay slid past the New York Islanders 3-2 in a shootout. Florida topped Toronto 3-1. Anaheim beat Detroit 5-2. Montreal defeated Phoenix 3-1. Philadelphia took Washington 5-2. Chicago beat Nashville 3-1. San Jose doubled up St. Louis 4-2. Minnesota won against Vancouver 3-2 in a shootout. Dallas edged Colorado 3-2 and Los Angeles blanked Edmonton 3-0.
In baseball, second baseman Brian Roberts and the New York Yankees have agreed to a $2 million, one-year contract.
The Yankees have also been hit with a $28 million luxury tax bill, pushing their total past the $250 million mark since the penalty began in 2003.
In the NBA, the Portland Trail Blazers own the NBA's best record at 22-4 following a 119-116 triumph at Cleveland. Charlotte beat Sacramento 95-87. Memphis fell to the Lakers 96-92. Oklahoma City defeated Denver 105-93 and Golden State slid past New Orleans 104-93.
In college basketball, No. 16 Florida beat fifteenth-ranked Memphis in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden 77-75.
In women’s college basketball, No. 1 UConn defeated second-ranked Duke 83-61.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez has been sued by the family of the Boston man he's accused of killing. The wrongful death lawsuit was filed this week in county court in New Bedford. Hernandez pleaded not guilty to murder in the June shooting death of Odin Lloyd.
Finally, in a clear message about discriminating laws in Russia, President Barack Obama is sending two openly gay athletes to the Winter Olympics in Sochi Obama chose tennis legend Billie Jean King and women's ice hockey silver medalist Caitlin Cahow for the U.S. delegation.
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