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News » INDEX:Sports 2009-01-06

INDEX:Sports 2009-01-06

INDEX:Sports  2009-01-06
-- The Philadelphia Eagles now have a date with the New York Giants in the N-F-C semifinals. The Eagles spoiled the Minnesota Vikings' first home playoff game in eight years, 26-14.

-- The Miami Dolphins' Cinderella season ended with a 27-9 loss to Baltimore. Miami made the playoffs after going 1-and-15 a year ago. The Ravens will face Tennessee in the A-F-C semifinals.

-- The other N-F-L conference semifinals are set -- in the N-F-C, Arizona visits Carolina on Saturday, while in the A-F-C, it's San Diego at Pittsburgh on Sunday.

-- Nikolai Khabibulin (hah-bee-BOO'-lihn) made 34 saves as Chicago beat Calgary 5-2, to snap the Flames' five-game winning streak.

-- The Montreal Canadiens blew a pair of two-goal leads in the third period,and had to go to a shootout before finishing off Florida 6-5.

-- Brian Rolston scored a power-play goal in overtime to lift New Jersey over Ottawa 4-3. The Senators have one win in six games on their eight-game road trip.

-- The U-S beat the Czech Republic 3-2 in overtime, to finish fifth at the world junior hockey championship in Ottawa. Canada goes after its fifth straight title Monday against Sweden.

-- Anthony Parker scored 26 points, Chris Bosh added 23 along with 10 rebounds, as the Toronto Raptors beat Orlando 108-102. The Raptors played without Jose Calderon and Jermaine O'Neal.


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Added: January 6, 2009


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