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Islanders 5, Oilers 2: Islanders, in Regular-Season Barclays Finale, Surge Past Oilers

Islanders 5, Oilers 2: Islanders, in Regular-Season Barclays Finale, Surge Past Oilers

Connor McDavid of the Oilers looking for an opening against Robin Lehner, who made 34 saves for the Islanders on Saturday night.
Adam Silver Calls the N.B.A. ‘a 52-Week-a-Year Sport’

Adam Silver Calls the N.B.A. ‘a 52-Week-a-Year Sport’

N.B.A. Commissioner Adam Silver on Saturday, at his annual All-Star weekend address.
Gene Littler, Golfer With a Gorgeous Swing, Dies at 88

Gene Littler, Golfer With a Gorgeous Swing, Dies at 88

Gene Littler after winning the United States Open in 1961. He lost two other majors in playoffs and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1990.
Justin Thomas Has One-Shot Lead and Busy Day Ahead at Genesis Open

Justin Thomas Has One-Shot Lead and Busy Day Ahead at Genesis Open

Justin Thomas finished his second round and two holes in the third round on Saturday in the rain-delayed Genesis Open at Riviera Country Club.
C.C. Sabathia of Yankees Says It’s Time for a Windup to a Long Career

C.C. Sabathia of Yankees Says It’s Time for a Windup to a Long Career

C.C. Sabathia and his son Carter. My kids are getting older,” he said. “It’s time for me to be with them.’’
A Chastened Matt Kuchar Tries to Get Back Into the Fairway

A Chastened Matt Kuchar Tries to Get Back Into the Fairway

Matt Kuchar after making a putt during second-round play Saturday at the Genesis Open.
On Pro Football: In Colin Kaepernick Case, N.F.L. Makes a Familiar, Safe Call

On Pro Football: In Colin Kaepernick Case, N.F.L. Makes a Familiar, Safe Call

Support for Colin Kaepernick had made him an off-field presence, even at the recent Super Bowl.
For Mikaela Shiffrin, a Triumph That Leaves Skiing, and Her, Breathless

For Mikaela Shiffrin, a Triumph That Leaves Skiing, and Her, Breathless

Mikaela Shiffrin on Saturday became the first Alpine skier to win the same event four consecutive times at the world championships.
How the Donut Became Auto Racing’s Favorite Celebration

How the Donut Became Auto Racing’s Favorite Celebration

Joey Logano sent up plenty of smoke with his donut celebration after winning at Homestead-Miami Speedway in November.
Emiliano Sala’s Grieving Argentine Hometown Bids Farewell

Emiliano Sala’s Grieving Argentine Hometown Bids Farewell

A banner reading “Emi, you will never walk alone” outside the soccer boyhood club of Emiliano Sala in Progreso, Argentina, on Saturday.
D’Angelo Russell Is Poetry on the Court. Take It From a Poet.

D’Angelo Russell Is Poetry on the Court. Take It From a Poet.

D’Angelo Russell, the Nets’ All-Star point guard, said of his style of play: “It’s risk versus reward. I play freely, almost with an edge taking what the defense gives, but also taking what I want.”
N.H.L. Roundup: Devils Rally From 3 Down, Giving Cory Schneider First Win Since 2017

N.H.L. Roundup: Devils Rally From 3 Down, Giving Cory Schneider First Win Since 2017

Devils goalie Cory Schneider came on in relief against the Wild on Friday night and stopped all 15 shots he faced. The Devils’ overtime win ended his 0-17-4 skid.
U.S. Looks to an Italian to Put Biathletes on the Olympic Podium

U.S. Looks to an Italian to Put Biathletes on the Olympic Podium

Armin Auchentaller, the United States women’s biathlon coach, in 2009.
Sports of The Times: Colin Kaepernick Is Silenced by a Settlement, but His Knee Spoke Volumes

Sports of The Times: Colin Kaepernick Is Silenced by a Settlement, but His Knee Spoke Volumes

Colin Kaepernick acknowledging cheers after his 49ers beat the Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2016, the season he started kneeling during the pregame national anthem — and his last in
Luis Severino Agrees to 4-Year Deal as Yankees Try to Lock Up Young Core

Luis Severino Agrees to 4-Year Deal as Yankees Try to Lock Up Young Core

Luis Severino’s new contract is said to be front-loaded, protecting him against a potential work stoppage after the 2021 season.
On Baseball: Why Are the Nationals Different? Here Are 140 Million Reasons

On Baseball: Why Are the Nationals Different? Here Are 140 Million Reasons

“We made it clear to him he was loved here and we wanted him to stay here,” Nationals General Manager Mike Rizzo said of Bryce Harper. The Nationals made Harper a 10-year, $300 million offer at the
A Timeline of Colin Kaepernick vs. the N.F.L.

A Timeline of Colin Kaepernick vs. the N.F.L.

Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem on Sept. 1, 2016.
Colin Kaepernick and the N.F.L. Settle Collusion Case

Colin Kaepernick and the N.F.L. Settle Collusion Case

Colin Kaepernick has settled his grievance with the N.F.L., which he accused of colluding to keep him off a team.