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Friday, November 11, 2016

FRIDAY SPORTSBREAK

Jamie Benn snapped a nine-game scoring drought with two goals including the game-winner as the Stars beat the Flames 4-2. Johnny Gaudreau scored both goals for Calgary. The Flames have lost five of their last six overall. Calgary was 0 for 2 on the power play and are now 0 for 26 with the extra man at home.

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Nikolaj Ehlers, Blake Wheeler and Andrew Copp scored goals as Winnipeg beat the Arizona Coyotes 3-2 on the road. The Jets won for the third time in four games and have earned at least a point in four of five.

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Steph Curry scored 33 points and the Warriors beat the Nuggets 125-101. Kevin Durant's string of 72 straight regular-season games with at least 20 points ended. He finished with 18 points. Canada's Jamal Murray had 14 points for Denver.

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The Browns are 0-10 for the first time in franchise history. Joe Flacco threw three touchdowns as Baltimore beat Cleveland 28-7. It's the worst start in the franchise's 66 years. The loss leaves Cleveland's all-time record at 461-461-10. The Browns have never been below .500.

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The Nuggets have filed a protest with the NBA over a call in the final second of a 108-107 loss in Memphis on Tuesday. The ball appeared to go off a Grizzlies player with point-7 seconds remaining, but the ruling on the floor and video review awarded possession to Memphis. Marc Gasol hit the game-winning shot on a tip-in.

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Pitcher Jeurys Familia of the Mets has pleaded not guilty to a disorderly persons charge stemming from a domestic violence case. The married father of one was arrested October 31st. A complaint filed by authorities alleges that Familia caused "bodily injury to another.'' The pitcher recently was featured in a new anti-domestic violence ad campaign.

(Canadian Press)

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