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Sports Report: Rangers Top Bruins 3-2, Pats Celebrate Super Bowl Win With Parade

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In the NBA, Boston topped Denver 104-100, Brooklyn won against Toronto 109-93, Houston beat Chicago 101-90, Atlanta bested Washington 105-96, Houston defeated Chicago 101-90, Milwaukee trumped the Lakers in overtime 113-105, Minnesota squeaked by Miami 102-101, Oklahoma City topped New Orleans 102-91, Memphis won against Utah 100-90, and it was Golden State over Dallas 128-114.


Over on the ice, the Rangers skated past Boston 3-2, Pittsburgh blanked Edmonton 2-0, and it was Calgary over San Jose 3-1.


The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots have made their way through the snowy streets of Boston in a parade celebrating their fourth NFL title. Well-wishers pumped their fists and screamed from behind barriers yesterday as the team set off on the World War II-style amphibious "duck boat" vehicles that have become a staple of the city's championship parades.


Albany snapped New Hampshire's five-game winning streak with a 63-62 win last night. Sam Rowley scored 17 and grabbed eight rebounds for Albany, and Evan Singletary hit a tie-breaking 3-pointer with 1:04 to play. Jacoby Armstrong led New Hampshire with 18 points.

Ryan Boatright scored 23 points and UConn snapped a two-game losing streak last night with a 65-52 win over East Carolina. The senior guard made seven 3-point baskets, and his other two points came from the foul line. Rodney Purvis added 10 points for UConn.

Boston University defeated Navy 62-59 last night. Eric Fanning spotted up on the right wing for his only 3-point attempt of the game with six seconds left and drained it, then blocked a final shot to finish with 20 points.

Trey Davis converted 10 straight free throws in the final minute as UMass held off Fordham for a 76-72 Atlantic-10 victory last night. Davis finished with 26 points and Derrick Gordon added 17 points and 13 rebounds to lead UMass.

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