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The Open 2016: Henrik Stenson beats Phil Mickelson to win at Royal Troon

Henrik Stenson hit a sensational eight-under-par 63 to win The Open by three shots after an enthralling final-round tussle with Phil Mickelson. The Swede, 40, birdied four of his final five holes to win his first major with an Open Championship record score of 20 under par at Royal Troon. Mickelson had an eagle and four birdies in a 65, ...

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The Open 2016: Henrik Stenson beats Phil Mickelson to win at Royal Troon

Henrik Stenson hit a sensational eight-under-par 63 to win The Open by three shots after an enthralling final-round tussle with Phil Mickelson. The Swede, 40, birdied four of his final five holes to win his first major with an Open Championship record score of 20 under par at Royal Troon. Mickelson had an eagle and four birdies in a 65, ...

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Rangers don't think Henrik Lundqvist's eye injury is serious

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Alain Vigneault said Thursday that the Rangers’ doctors believe Henrik Lundqvist’s right eye injury is “nothing too serious.” Daily News – Sports

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Rangers don't think Henrik Lundqvist's eye injury is serious

PITTSBURGH – Alain Vigneault said Thursday that the Rangers’ doctors believe Henrik Lundqvist’s right eye injury is “nothing too serious,” but there is swelling around the eye, so he was set to see a specialist again in Pittsburgh Thursday. Vigneault, who spoke at the team hotel, expected to have more information prior to Friday’s noon practice at CONSOL Energy Center ...

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Lundqvist out, Raanta in after Henrik takes stick to the eye

Gregory Shamus/NHLI via Getty Images Henrik Lundqvist goes down after he takes an inadvertent stick to the eye from teammate Marc Staal. PITTSBURGH – Henrik Lundqvist took teammate Marc Staal’s stick in the eye late in the first period of Game 1 on Wednesday night, and after only a few blinks, the Penguins had the lead. Then backup Antti Raanta ...

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King Henrik and Rangers ready for Penguins in playoffs

Keith Srakocic/AP Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers look to turn back Sidney Crosby (l.) and the heavily favored Penguins in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Henrik Lundqvist was back at practice Tuesday feeling “pretty close to 100%” and ready to respect the Penguins’ talents, but not prepared to bend a knee to a heavily-favored opponent. “They’re fast, ...

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King Henrik and Rangers ready for Penguins in playoffs

Keith Srakocic/AP Henrik Lundqvist and the Rangers look to turn back Sidney Crosby (l.) and the heavily favored Penguins in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Henrik Lundqvist was back at practice Tuesday feeling “pretty close to 100%” and ready to respect the Penguins’ talents, but not prepared to bend a knee to a heavily-favored opponent. “They’re fast, ...

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Henrik Lundqvist pulls disappearing act at Rangers practice

Henrik Lundqvist suddenly left the ice at 12:06 p.m. early in the Rangers’ first postseason practice Monday for unknown reasons, returned to the ice at 12:20 to resume working with the team, then waved Alain Vigneault for a replacement and left for good at 12:26 p.m. The first time, Vigneault followed Lundqvist into the locker room and emerged with a ...

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Antti Raanta inspired by Henrik Lunqvist’s work ethic

Alex Brandon/AP Antti Raanta is starting to regain his form as Henrik Lundqvist’s backup. MONTREAL – Antti Raanta wore a finely tailored suit Saturday morning at Bell Centre, joking that Henrik Lundqvist’s fashion sense has convinced his backup to sharpen his style, as well. The friendly Finnish Raanta, 26, and the intense but personable Swedish Lundqvist, 34, get along. Lundqvist ...

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Rangers bounce back, beat Bruins behind power play, Henrik

Frank Franklin II/AP Derick Brassard (c.) celebrates with Rangers teammates Kevin Klein and Rick Nash in a 5-2 win over Boston at the Garden on Wednesday night. Clearly, no one took more offense at last week’s abysmal San Jose showing than the Rangers themselves. Alain Vigneault’s Blueshirts took down the Boston Bruins, 5-2, at the Garden on Wednesday night for ...

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