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Kurkjian believes Clemens and Bonds will eventually make HOF (0:48)
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Wild's Spurgeon scores goal-of-the-year contender in loss (0:23)
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Bennett's late goal lifts Devils past Wild (0:26)
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Sharp nets two in the Stars' high-scoring affair (0:52)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

In its "Last Two Minute Report" for Monday's games, the NBA said that referees made the correct decision by not calling a foul on Atlanta's Paul Millsap when he contested Derrick Rose's lay-up attempt on the Knicks' final possession. Rose missed the layup, Carmelo Anthony missed the follow up attempt and Joakim Noah missed a tip in. The Knicks lost, 108-107.

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Raptors, sans Lowry, hand Nets 11th straight loss (1:31)
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Raptors and Nets come up with huge blocks (0:31)

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

According to an NHL source, the New York Islanders have received permission from the Florida Panthers to talk to coach Gerard Gallant. Gallant was fired by the Panthers in November and has two years after this season left on his contract. He was a Jack Adams finalist last season after guiding the Panthers to a 103-point season.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The 7 goals allowed by Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist are the most he's allowed in a home game in his career.

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Nogueira leaves game after getting hit in eye (0:33)
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Whitehead climbs the imaginary ladder for slam (0:24)
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Joseph turns on the jets and hits a layup (0:21)
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Hollis-Jefferson swipes DeRozan and jams (0:25)
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How do the Knicks feel about Melo-Phil? (1:49)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Following up on Bears OLB coach Clint Hurtt and the Jets: There is no indication that Hurtt will be joining Todd Bowles' staff, a league source confirmed. It was reported elsewhere Jan. 7 that Hurtt was taking a job with the Jets. The team looked into hiring him, but there was never an agreement. The position remains vacant. Hurtt reportedly declined an extension with the Bears.

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Jackson, Anthony have 'substantive' meeting (2:03)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets RG Brian Winters, who signed a four-year, $29 million extension yesterday, said his surgically repaired rotator cuff will need about five to 5 1/2 months of rehab. He had surgery Dec. 23, so the timetable brings him to early June, when the off-season program is winding down. Asked why he signed early instead of testing free agency, Winters said, "I really like what the Jets have going here and wanted to be part of that and continue it. They're the team that gave me my shot."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeremy Lin (hamstring) remains out for tonight against Toronto in Brooklyn.

Craig Custance ESPN Senior Writer 

This is an important time for the Islanders right now following the firing of coach Jack Capuano. Every move they make will be watched closely by captain John Tavares and if ownership is smart, he'll have a voice in some of the big decisions made in the organization moving forward. The Islanders should look hard at a new team president to oversee hockey operations, ideally one that gets Tavares excited about the vision of the team because right now there's not a lot to be excited about. Tavares can sign a contract extension on July 1 and be an unrestricted free agent following next season. If the Islanders lose Tavares, who has been extremely loyal to them so far, they're right back at square one.

1927 Yankees diary

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