Prescott injured as Cowboys rally for 37-34 win over Giants

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — Dak Prescott sustained a gruesome ankle injury not long after his first career touchdown catch before backup Andy Dalton led a drive to a field goal on the final play, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the winless New York Giants 37-34 on Sunday. Michael Gallup made two

Watson tosses 3 TDs as Texans get 1st win, 30-14 over Jags

HOUSTON (AP) — Romeo Crennel wouldn’t take credit for the Houston Texans getting their first win on Sunday after he took over as interim coach this week in the wake of Bill O’Brien’s firing. “Because we won the game everybody wants to say: ‘What did I do’? Well, the players are

Dallas Stars sign versatile C Radek Faksa to 5-year deal

DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Stars re-signed center Radek Faksa on Sunday to a $16.25 million, five-year contract. Faksa was a restricted free agent. The annual average salary of $3.25 million represents a little over a $1 million raise per season for the versatile forward, who fills various special teams roles

Veteran Dallas Stars come up short of Stanley Cup title

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — The joyful yells from the bench could be heard in the empty arena in the final seconds and the roar from players when Commissioner Gary Bettman called for Steven Stamkos to accept the Stanley Cup echoed even louder. The triumph of winning the NHL championship in a

Rougned Odor Lifts Rangers over Astros with 2 Home Runs

ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The Houston Astros are going into the playoffs with a losing record after Rougned Odor homered twice Sunday for Texas in an 8-4 win, the third in a row for the Rangers over the defending American League champions. Odor had a three-run homer before rookie center fielder

Perry, Pavelski and Stars force Stanley Cup Game 6 vs Tampa

EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — More than a decade since Corey Perry won the Stanley Cup as a young player and years after Joe Pavelski fell two wins short, the greybeards aren’t ready to leave the bubble and give up on another opportunity for a championship just yet. Pavelski tied it with

Pavelski Ties Game in 3rd, Stars fall in Game 4 in OT

No U.S.-born player has scored more playoff goals than Joe Pavelski. No player has put more pucks in the net during a single postseason this late in his career. That may not be enough for Pavelski and the Dallas Stars, who are in a deep, deep hole in the Stanley Cup