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Mrazek's glove save denies Howden, Rangers

Petr Mrazek flashes the glove and denies Brett Howden from point-blank range to preserve the Hurricanes' 1-0 lead over the Rangers.

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Harbaugh explains why Week 1 will be unpredictable

Ravens coach John Harbaugh talks with Peter King about how he's changing up training camp in the COVID-19 era, the adjustments he's made with no preseason and more.

'Tired of going home'

Lamar Jackson sits down with Peter King to discuss his mission of pulling off a deep playoff run with the Ravens in 2020.

NHL News

NHL Bubble Wrap: Goalies, underdogs shine in Day 2

Sunday was a huge day for goalies and underdogs in the Stanley Cup qualifying round.

NASCAR on NBC Sports

Could New Hampshire be a sign of things to come in Cup?

Sunday's NASCAR Cup race at New Hampshire begins a stretch of races with a similar race package that may foretell the title contenders.

MLB News

Seven Cardinals, six staff test positive; series at Detroit off

Seven St. Louis Cardinals players and six staff members tested positive for COVID-19, causing Major League Baseball to postpone the team's four-game series at Detroit.

NBA News

Magic's Issac suffers torn ACL

He will miss most, and likely all, of next season.

Golf Channel

Thomas wins WGC-FedEx St. Jude

Justin Thomas on Sunday stormed to a three-shot win at the WGC-FedEx St. Jude Invitational and once again rose to world No. 1.

IndyCar on NBC Sports

IndyCar at Mid-Ohio postponed

Mid-Ohio has postponed its IndyCar race weekend for at least a month, days after a second NTT IndyCar race was added to the schedule.

Premier League News

How long of a break will Premier League clubs get?

The plan for the Premier League offseason is a difficult one, as different teams will get longer and shorter periods of time off.

College Football News

Report: Wash. St. players supporting Pac-12 movement 'released' by team

Thus far, the silence coming out of Pullman is deafening.

Tim Layden Essays

Full speed ahead

Countrymen Bob Hayes and Mel Pender raced just seven lanes apart in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, but they lived very different lives.