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Location doesn’t matter as Nashua’s Lee still shines in net

NASHUA – Amber Lee made a choice a while ago: Hockey first. That's why she and her family moved down to Nashua a few years ago from Scarborough, Maine, so she could play goal for the Northern Cyclones in Hudson in junior hockey. In fact, she even went to school on line, via Maine Connections ...

Tale of two halves ends in tough way for Raiders, 86-71

NASHUA -- It was a tale of two halves for the the Rivier University men’s basketball team on Saturday, unfortunately for the Raiders. They had played well in the first 20 minutes for a 39-32 lead, but ended up falling to Lasell in their Great Northeast Athletic Conference opener, 86-71, at ...

Tatum, Schroder help Celts sizzle as Blazers fizzle, 145-117

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Jayson Tatum and Dennis Schroder scored 31 points apiece and the Boston Celtics rode a sizzling start to a 145-117 victory over the Portland Trail Blazers on Saturday night. Enes Freedom grabbed 15 rebounds off the bench for the Celtics, who made 14 of their first 15 ...

Stamkos OT goal lifts Lightning past Bruins, 3-2

BOSTON (AP) — Steven Stamkos scored at 1:31 of overtime, and the Tampa Bay Lighting bounced back after blowing a two-goal lead on Saturday night, beating the Boston Bruins 3-2. “In an 82-game league, it’s hard to play your best. Sometimes you have stinkers,” coach Jon Cooper said after ...

Tough Saturday for UNH hockey as both Wildcat teams fall

DURHAM – Freshman Kira Juodikis (LaSalle, Ontario) scored two goals but the University of New Hampshire women’s hockey team was defeated 6-3 by the University of Vermont on Saturday afternoon at the Whittemore Center. Meanwhile, in the nightcap Saturday, the UNH men fell to Boston ...