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The Flyers were supposed to rough up the Rangers Thursday night, but the Blueshirts didn’t back down in a 4-1 Game 1 win at the Garden, and forward Brian Boyle is tired of hearing how that may have caught critics off-guard.
As playoff bulletin board material goes, the latest one being pushed on the Raptors is both manufactured and illogical. That was the message from the Nets on Friday – a day before Game 1 of the opening round in Toronto - who explained that tanking at the end of the regular season to get the Raptors would’ve been a silly enterprise given the circumstances: losing assured nothing.
Jennifer Rainville, the former NY1 reporter who became entangled in the scandal involving former Channel 2 anchorman Rob Morrison, has a sweet new government job.
Police have been searching desperately for Daniel Ghabra, who disappeared at about 4:30 p.m. about two blocks from his Dyker Heights home.
The family of a Brooklyn teen who was killed by cops last year filed a federal lawsuit Friday against the officers who shot him and medics they claim could have saved him.
One of Steve Kerr’s former teammates with the Bulls weighed in on Friday about the possibility of the current TNT analyst becoming the next head coach of the Knicks. “I know Steve Kerr well and his basketball IQ is really high."
A former follower of the hook-handed hate preacher on trial for conspiring to kidnap Americans told a jury Friday that he met the cleric in London and passed along copies of his fiery sermons.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is about to be a grandmother — and now her memoir has a title on the way, too. Publisher Simon & Schuster said Friday that Clinton’s first-person account of her four years as secretary of state will be titled “Hard Choices,” and will hit the stores June 10.
Phil Jackson vowed to make changes to the roster during an impromptu speech to the Knicks players immediately following Wednesday’s season finale against the Toronto Raptors.
It’s widely acknowledged that Andrei Kirilenko may be the luckiest man in the world. His wife, the Russian pop star Masha Lopatova once said that Kirilenko is allowed to cheat on her once a year - a free get-into-bed pass - to curb the lure of female company on the road.
Bearing a wooden cross, roughly 3,000 Catholics marched from Brooklyn to Manhattan to mark Good Friday. Timothy Cardinal Dolan, joined by Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio, led the “Way of the Cross Procession,” held annually on the most solemn day in the Catholic faith.
Jason Kidd led his four big-name stars and a top-notch supporting cast onto the Nets’ charter flight on Friday, bound for Toronto, where there hasn’t been a star sighting in the playoffs since Chris Bosh, before he said sayonara and headed to South Beach to play with LeBron James.
Tax breaks for movie and TV production companies should continue, to assure the growth of the city’s production industry, Mayor de Blasio said Friday.
Less than three weeks after he was granted a release so he could transfer from St. John’s, 6-9 center Chris Obekpa decided he’d rather return to the Red Storm for his junior season.
State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has booted a top deputy who had lobbied for the release of a convicted rapist. Schneiderman named Gail Heatherly, who previously headed his criminal prosecution team, to take over his Conviction Review Bureau, replacing Thomas Schellhammer.
This Pennsylvania teen doesn’t need to wait until prom for a night he will never forget. Patrick Farves, 18, asked Miss America Nina Davuluri to the annual end of the year dance Thursday night — even giving her a flower in an auditorium filled with his peers.
After the Daily News last month profiled Bronx Sgt. Jose Guerrero, the 15-year veteran said he got a call from a Police Athletic League official curious if he’d be willing to teach kids at a center on Webster Ave. There was a catch, Guerrero said. The PAL had no budget for such a program.
Coach Todd Hoffner joined his team for practice Friday after earlier in the week some players expressed their upset over his return to coaching despite his exonerated child pornography charges.
It was a very Good Friday for American Airlines contract workers who operate at LaGuardia Airport. The poorly-paid porters, cleaners and security guards were rejoicing a day after they received their promised raises to $9-an-hour in this week’s paychecks.
Mary Price, the 76-year-old mother of an Atlanta police officer, was apparently stabbed to death in her Atlanta home where her 14-year-old grandson lived with her, police told the Atlanta Journal Constitution.