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Bobrovsky gets 6th shutout of season and Reinhart scores 54th goal as Panthers top Blue Jackets 4-0

By COLBY GUY (Associated Press) SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) — Sergei Bobrovsky made 25 saves to tie for the NHL lead with six shutouts, Sam Reinhart scored his 54th goal and the Florida Panthers defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets 4-0 on Thursday night. “The guys worked hard,” Bobrovsky said. “Sometimes, it’s not easy to play in those games, you know? But I thought the guys did a great job. They did the right things, played a great game and had a lot of offense.” Bobrovsky, who has 44 career shutouts, is tied with Arizona’s Connor Ingram and Pittsburgh’s Tristan Jarry for the most this season. “We’re...

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Motorcyclist died 12 days after hit-and-run crash in Deerfield Beach

A man who was hit by a driver while riding his motorcycle in Deerfield Beach last month died 12 days after the crash, and investigators are still searching for the driver. Clifford Jackson, 57, was riding a 2006 Honda CBR1000RR motorcycle shortly before 10:30 p.m. on March 11, in the area of Southwest 10th Street and South Dixie Highway in Deerfield Beach when the driver of a Hyundai Elantra entered into Jackson’s path in the intersection, the Broward Sheriff’s Office said Thursday. The unidentified driver, while attempting to make a left turn onto South Dixie Highway, crashed into Jackson in...

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Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa offers updates on offseason training, contract talks at charity luau event

HOLLYWOOD — Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has a busy offseason, between his foundation’s work with an array of charitable events, his training regimen and contract-extension talks. Tagovailoa has begun working with passing coach and former Dolphins quarterback John Beck and his organization, 3DQB, based in Southern California. The specifics of it, Tagovailoa is keeping tight to the vest. “For now, that’s all internal,” Tagovailoa said Thursday before his third annual Luau with Tua charity event at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. “I want to keep that between me and John, but...

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Winderman’s view: After loss, does Heat season come with an expiration date of next week?

MIAMI -– Observations and other notes of interest from Wednesday night’s 111-92 loss to the Dallas Mavericks: – At one point, the way this one was playing out, a running clock might have been the way to go. – Now the question is whether time is running out for the Heat. – A week from Friday, this could be over. – Because how, after nights such as this, could anyone have confidence against Joel Embiid, Tyrese Maxey and the 76ers in a Tuesday play-in opener, especially in Philadelphia? – And if a loss then, it comes down to a winner-take-all game at Kaseya Center against the winner of Chicago-Atlanta...

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Dallas stars sizzle as Miami stars fizzle in crucial 111-92 Heat playoff-race loss

MIAMI – The Miami Heat again showed Wednesday night they are not up to the challenge of the best of the West. Because of that, this time with a 111-92 loss to the Dallas Mavericks at Kaseya Center, the playoff picture in the East grew even more muddled for Erik Spoelstra’s team, despite a spirited late show of fight. In closing the season series 0-2 against the Mavericks, just as the Heat did against the Denver Nuggets, Oklahoma City Thunder, Minnesota Timberwolves and Los Angeles Clippers, the other elites of the Western Conference, the Heat lost control of their own destiny for homecourt advantage...

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Winderman’s view: Heat now at the leading-men-or-bust portion of their season

ATLANTA — Observations and other notes of interest from Tuesday night’s 117-111 double-overtime victory over the Atlanta Hawks: – That Tyler Herro continues to step up is encouraging. – As is Jimmy Butler playing more in attack mode. – Bam Adebayo hitting threes. – And Nikola Jovic continues to emerge. – But on the other end of the spectrum, the Heat’s role players continue to show their limitations. – Jaime Jaquez Jr. appears to be hitting a wall. – Caleb Martin couldn’t hit a shot in this one. – Kevin Love has ceded minutes at backup center to Jovic. – Which only confirms the obvious: It will...

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Tyler Herro’s 33 power Heat to grueling, critical 117-111 2OT victory in Atlanta

ATLANTA – While much changed with the Miami Heat’s playoff outlook with Sunday night’s loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Heat exited that game knowing that victories in their final four games gave them their best shot for direct entry into the NBA playoffs, or, at worst, a guarantee of opening the play-in round at home. One down – Tuesday night’s 117-111 grueling double-overtime victory over the Atlanta Hawks at State Farm Arena – three to go: Wednesday night against the Dallas Mavericks and then a season-ending pair against the visiting Toronto Raptors on Friday and Sunday. No, not the most optimal...

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Rodón, Verdugo lead Yankees over Marlins for 10-2 start, matching New York’s best

By LARRY FLEISHER NEW YORK — Carlos Rodón allowed two unearned runs in six-plus innings, Alex Verdugo homered and the New York Yankees beat the Miami Marlins 3-2 Tuesday night to match their best 12-game start. New York won its fourth straight and improved to a major league-best 10-2, equaling the starts of the Yankees in 1922, 1949 and 2003 — all pennant-winning teams. The Yankees also started with four straight series wins for the second straight season — the only time they won their first five series was 1926. “You can’t take them off the board and they matter now as much as any time,” New...

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Soto and Volpe hit three-run homers in win that boosts Yanks to 9-2 and drops Marlins to 1-10

NEW YORK — Juan Soto and Anthony Volpe each hit a three-run homer in the fourth inning off Jesús Luzardo, and the New York Yankees romped over the Miami Marlins 7-0 on Monday night. New York improved to 9-2 and matched the best 11-game start in team history. Soto was cheered by fans extending into the top of the following inning following his first Yankee Stadium home run in pinstripes. He turned to applaud them. “Amazing how the crowd reacted. It was really cool. They really surprised me with that one,” Soto said. “They’re giving you a lot of love, so you got to give them some love back. Whenever...

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Detectives search for gray sedan involved in drive-by shooting that injured boy

A 10-year-old boy was injured in a drive-by shooting last month while crossing the street in a residential area of Pompano Beach, and an arrest has not yet been made. The Sheriff’s Office released video on Monday that shows a gray sedan driving in the area near the 300 block of Northwest 18th Avenue just after 6:30 p.m. on March 21, where the 10-year-old boy was walking across the street while dribbling a basketball and another person was riding a scooter. Shots were fired out of the car, which then fled north, the Sheriff’s Office said. The person riding the scooter fell to the ground, then...

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