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- St. Francis Brooklyn topples Miami, 66-62 Updated: Nov-09-13 12:38 am
CORAL GABLES, Florida - It had been 1,082 days since Miami players could walk outside their locker room, hit the fields adjacent to the school's athletic complex and have a bowl practice.
NASHVILLE, Tennessee - Jeff Skinner is providing a big offensive boost for the Carolina Hurricanes.
DETROIT - Doug Weight recalled his father putting him on skates at the age of 2 because he could barely walk due to a childhood condition that relegated him to wearing braces on his legs.
FULLERTON, California - Joe McDonald hit a game-tying layup with three seconds remaining to help George Washington avoid a monumental collapse, and the Colonials beat Miami 71-63 in overtime in the opening game of the Wooden Legacy on Thursday morning.
NEWARK, New Jersey - Carolina forward Patrick Dwyer and goalie Cam Ward didn't have time to think about what they were doing on the ice during the biggest moments of the game. Their instincts were good enough to carry the Hurricanes to victory.
BOSTON - Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien decided it was time to load up with offense.
DETROIT - Gustav Nyquist made the most of his return from the minors.
ST. LOUIS - Roman Polak was celebrating even before Alexander Steen scored the winning goal in Saturday's 4-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes.
CORAL GABLES, Florida - Jalen Cannon's layup with 1:02 left in overtime put St. Francis Brooklyn ahead for good, and the Terriers knocked off defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Miami 66-62 on Friday night.