Monday, December 2, 2013
Chris Kreider scored three goals, and Rick Nash added a goal and two assists as the New York Rangers spoiled the return of former coach John Tortorella by rolling to a 5-2 victory over his Vancouver Canucks on Saturday.
Double major-winner Rory McIlroy won the Australian Open on Sunday with a birdie at the final hole, sensationally pipping the home favorite Adam Scott to secure his first tournament victory of 2013.
Gareth Bale scored three goals and set up a fourth to make sure Real Madrid didn't miss injured star Cristiano Ronaldo as it cruised to a 4-0 win over Valladolid in the Spanish league on Saturday.
Monaco showed little sign of missing star striker Radamel Falcao as it beat Rennes 2-0, while 10-man Lille won 1-0 at Valenciennes as both winners kept up the pressure on French league leader Paris Saint-Germain on Saturday.
Arsenal powered to a provisional seven-point lead in the Premier League after beating Cardiff 3-0 on Saturday, with Aaron Ramsey's prolific season touching new heights with a double against his former club.
The Kangaroos put on a “masterclass” to crush New Zealand in the final of the Rugby League World Cup, avenging defeat at the hands of their fierce rivals five years ago, Australia's press said on Sunday.
Canadian southpaw Adonis Stevenson retained his World Boxing Council light-heavyweight world title Saturday with a sixth-round technical knockout of Britain's Tony Bellew.
Sixty-three women from around the world linked hands as they plunged head first toward the Arizona desert on Saturday, shattering the female vertical formation skydiving record, the U.S. Parachute Association said.
Sunday, December 1, 2013
Indiana extended its best season start in franchise history with a 93-73 win over injury-hit Washington on Friday, with Paul George scoring 23 points to lead the way for the Pacers.
San Jose ended Fresno State's run toward a possible college football championship by beating the Bulldogs 62-52 on Friday, with David Fales passing for 543 yards and six touchdowns in the score-fest.