The Rangers will lean on Henrik Lundqvist, who is 14-3 in elimination games since 2012.
U.S. authorities are preparing to unveil a criminal indictment against officials of soccer’s international governing body that will detail allegations of widespread corruption.
NCAA believes it has found wrongdoing; school has 90 days to respond
Juan Pablo Montoya sliced his way from the back to the front twice on Sunday to win his second Indianapolis 500.
How baseball painter Graig Kreindler became one of the top-selling sports artists.
American tennis fans want 20-year-old Madison Keys to win a Grand Slam soon, but she and her coach Lindsay Davenport say there’s no huge rush.
The president of soccer’s world governing body, Joseph “Sepp” Blatter, waded into Mideast diplomacy this week following a request by the Palestinian soccer federation to suspend Israel from international soccer.
New York Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon seldom makes contact, but his efforts to do so are must-see TV.
Major League Baseball’s revenues are soaring and its attendance is strong. But at the youth level, the casual player is vanishing, a phenomenon that threatens the sport’s future.
This weekend, California is hosting its first-ever statewide high-school swimming championship. But the event poses a dilemma for elite swimmers: Should they swim for their school or focus on bigger things?
As the twins Bob and Mike Bryan prepare for another run at a French Open doubles title, they’re relying more than ever on the secret to their dominance: They can be downright nasty to each other—and then act like nothing ever happened.
It’s easy to attribute some of the Cavaliers’ success to Matthew Dellavedova, who has been involved in two opponent ejections and an injury. But how much did those plays help Cleveland?
The Mets dropped three games in Pittsburgh and are turning to an unorthodox pitching rotation to reduce the workload of younger players.
Two friends battle the elements and surrender to the views on a 500-mile pedal from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Drake’s hit ‘0 to 100’ mentions the MVP—except in Houston’s home arena.
The cowboys of Professional Bull Riders earn the most among athletes on a per second basis—they just don’t work many seconds.
As FIFA stands poised to re-elect embattled president Sepp Blatter to a fifth term, the consequences of its one-country one-vote election system have become clear.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft said Tuesday that the team won’t appeal its punishment from the NFL for the ‘Deflategate’ scandal.
The Minnesota Timberwolves won the NBA draft lottery on Monday night. The Los Angeles Lakers won without actually winning. And the New York Knicks lost yet again
After a 1-1 draw with Arsenal, Manchester United looks happy with fourth place in the English Premier League.
On Wednesday, the Cubs pitcher could break the record for most plate appearances without hit to start a career
In horse racing, the issue of whipping is a recurring problem of perception—one that has flared up again in American Pharoah’s quest for the Triple Crown.
Why do the Yankees play slumping hitters? Manager Joe Girardi says his staff looks “really deep” into the process of at-bats, and not just the results.
Preparing to defend her French Open title, the tennis champ holds forth on her favorite hotels, great carry-ons and the joys of getting lost in Tokyo.
Henrik Lundqvist stopped 38 of 39 shots to propel the Rangers to a 5-1 victory Friday over the Tampa Bay Lightning and even the Eastern Conference finals at two games apiece.
The greatest clay-court player of all-time has never looked worse on clay—but it may be all part of his plan.
Novak Djokovic is nearly unbeatable, Roger Federer and Andy Murray look great, and Rafael Nadal—not so much. A French Open preview.
Jason Gay on the humbling honor recently bestowed on his late father: being elected to the Cambridge, Mass., sports hall of fame after coaching high-school tennis for 40 years.
The Philadelphia Flyers made a surprise pick for their new coach, hiring the University of North Dakota’s Dave Hakstol. Meanwhile, Marlins general manager Dan Jennings was selected to replace Mike Redmond in the dugout.
NFL owners will consider a proposal this week to move back the snap for the extra-point to the 15-yard line, which would result in about a 32-yard field goal.