NHL roundup: Shootout goal by Lightning’s Stamkos beats Bruins

Steven Stamkos scored the lone goal in the fourth round of a shootout to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning past the host Boston Bruins 4-3 on Thursday night.

Everything you thought you knew about Ronaldo is wrong

The Century: This week, The Independent is counting down the 100 best players of the last twenty years. At No 6 is the most misunderstood player of the millennium

We reveal the greatest player of our 21st century countdown

The Century: This week, The Independent has been counting down the 100 best players of the last twenty years

EastEnders and Corrie deaths, Emmerdale explosion and 22 more soap spoilers

A major week of soap dramas revealed with death and destruction aplenty.

To bring Hong Kong back to normal, violence must stop, politician says ahead of weekend protests

Earlier this week, a package of housing initiatives was introduced and Chan says those measures are the first step to returning the city to "normalcy."

Friday morning news briefing: 'My deal or no deal' - Boris Johnson's ultimatum

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Fantasy football scout tips for gameweek 9

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What age does the menopause start and how long does it last?

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Jamal Adams doesn’t mince words about Jets-Patriots showdown

Jamal Adams rarely minces words when it comes to the Jets, or to the team they perennially are chasing in the AFC East. This week is no different for the chatty Pro Bowl safety, as Gang Green’s def…

NBA notebook: Wizards lock up Beal with $72 million extension

Bradley Beal committed to the Washington Wizards, ending a months-long negotiation while keeping options to hit free agency in the near future on the table for the coveted All-Star guard.

What MLB must do to silence dead-ball conspiracy talk

Imagine you purchase a copy of The Post and it lacks a sports section. Or it’s entirely in French. Or Page Six covers only the celebrities who reside and work in Missoula, Montana. You call our num…

Spencer Dinwiddie on China controversy: ‘They still sell my shoes’

Last week in China, the NBA encountered an angry government, offended fans and lost sponsors. But China is old hat for several Nets, and they came out of the international adventure none the worse …

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