Nick Holden scored 55 seconds into overtime, Antti Raanta made 26 saves against his former team and the New York Rangers beat the Chicago Blackhawks 1-0 on Friday night.
Rangers coach Alain Vigneault called Henrik Lundqvist "our No. 1," but said Antti Raanta made his second straight start Friday because he's "just a little bit better" at this time.
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook has been ruled out for Friday night's game against the New York Rangers due to an upper-body injury.
Barkley's getting much better protection
Matt Barkley has been sacked just once in his two starts this season. Barkley has had much better protection from his offensive line than Jay Cutler did, despite being blitzed at a higher rate. (ESPN Stats & Info)
Take the Lions -- and the points
These two teams have gone in dramatically different directions since the Bears won the first matchup at home in Week 4. Both our Bears and Lions reporters, as well as ESPN's FPI, expect a Lions rout in Detroit. Week 14 predictions (Insider)
Notre Dame got back in the game Friday with the addition of ESPN 300 OT Aaron Banks. Continue reading to see how this California product can make his mark in South Bend:What he brings: Banks brings plenty of size as he is a big body that possesses good strength.
Bears CB Deiondre Hall, who had an interception against Detroit in Week 4, has recovered from an ankle injury in time for the teams' second meeting.
The Wildcats should be able to put up plenty of points against the Panthers, but the key will be whether they can limit high-scoring Pitt.
Buster Olney talks to Jayson Stark and Bob Nightengale about everything that went down at baseball's winter meetings. Plus, Alex Speier on Chris Sale, David Ortiz and the Red Sox.
Rick Hahn will get calls about Jose Quintana, the hottest pitcher in the market. But the White Sox GM should let them all go straight to voicemail.
Dexter Fowler, after getting a "taste" of winning with the Cubs, believes he can prolong that feeling with the Cardinals.
While Boston and Chicago owned the winter meetings, others miscalculated the market. Here's what we learned this week.
The phrase "Catholics vs. Convicts," the subject of a new 30 for 30 (Saturday, 9 p.m. ET on ESPN), still sells shirts after being trademarked in 1990.
How did the Cubs fare at winter meetings?
The Cubs got their closer, acquiring Wade Davis from the Royals in exchange for Jorge Soler. Did Chicago win the most at the winter meetings? Dan Szymborski breaks it down. Surplus values after winter meetings (Insider)
Why didn't the Cubs land Chapman or Jansen?
The Cubs did not pursue either of the main free-agent closers -- Aroldis Chapman or Kenley Jansen -- because they thought the risk was too high for the price tag, Jim Bowden writes. What we learned from winter meetings (Insider)
From Jim Harbaugh's glasses to Penn State's conference title and everything in between, a look at the best quotes from the 2016 season in the Big Ten.
Buckeyes, Fighting Irish lead the way
Ohio State and Notre Dame lead all schools in Heisman Trophy winners in college football history. QB Troy Smith was the last Buckeye to win the award, in 2006, while WR Tim Brown won it for the Fighting Irish in 1987.
If the NHL's salary cap goes up only slightly or stays flat in 2017-18, these players and teams will feel the impact most.
Jimmy Butler wasn't the man for the Bulls on Thursday, but for once, they didn't need him to be, as everyone contributed in a big win over the Spurs.
A funeral service is set for 1994 Heisman Trophy winner Rashaan Salaam, who was found dead in a Boulder park.
Where does the betting value lie in NFL Week 14? Chalk's experts provide comprehensive against-the-spread and over/under advice for Week 14 contests in one handy file.