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NHL lockout over as owners, players reach agreement

By Fluto Shinzawa, Boston.com

Great news for hockey fans - there will be an NHL season after all. An agreement was made between the Player's Association and the league early Sunday morning, essentially ending this year's lockout just in time to save the season. The shortened season is predicted to begin on January 19th.

NHL, union to meet again Monday

By Sam Carchidi, Philly.com

The NHL and NHLPA met for 2 1/2 hours on Sunday to review the NHL's latest proposal for a collective bargaining agreement. The two sides are expected to review the players' counter-proposal today in hopes to salvage a season. Read the full article here.

Redskins vs. Cowboys Sunday Night Tickets Selling Quickly

By Ko Im, wusa9.com

This Sunday night's matchup between the Washington Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys will determine the winner of the NFC East.

NFL Playoff Picture 2012: Week 17 Scenarios For Cowboys, Giants, Redskins, Packers, Vikings And More

By IBTimes.com

All AFC playoff spots are secured, but the Denver Broncos, Houston Texans, and New England Patriots will battle for home field advantage this weekend.

N.H.L. Moves Closer to Canceling Season

By Jeff Z. Klein, NYTimes.com

With over half of the games in the 2012-13 NHL regular season already cancelled, the entire season is now in serious jeopardy. Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly has predicted the deadline to begin the season is “sometime in mid-January.” Hope is dwindling as no negotiations are currently scheduled between the Players' Association and the league.

Knicks welcome Lin back to New York on Monday

by SI.com

Jeremy Lin will make his first appearance against his former team when his Houston Rockets face the New York Knicks tonight at Madison Square Garden.

NHL Lockout: Lack of New CBA Results in More December Game Cancellations

By Nicholas Goss, Bleacher Report

The National Hockey League and the NHL Players' Association are still struggling to reach a Collective Bargaining Agreement. Although the window is closing, there is still time for the two sides to make a deal that would save this year's season.

BCS title showdown between Notre Dame, Alabama tops bowl rankings

By Stewart Mandel, SI.com

With college football's bowl season fast approaching, SI.com's Stewart Mandel breaks down each matchup and ranks all 35 games.

BCS National Championship game a boon for ticket brokers

By Linda Robertson, the Miami Herald

The undefeated Notre Dame Fighting Irish will play the second-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide for College Football's National Championship on January 7 at Sun Life Stadium in Miami.

NASCAR makes a push for greater fan engagement

By Kristina LaFountain

NASCAR has announced several changes for the 2013 season in regards to the Sprint Cup Series. Perhaps the biggest change will come with the official debut of the new "Gen 6" racecar, which after implementation, could lead to even more rule changes throughout the course of the season.

After two years of development, and some testing last season, the "Gen 6" (short for Generation 6) car will be unveiled at Daytona in February. The 2013 model was designed with manufacturer identity in mind – meaning the racecars will more closely resemble streetcars. As a way of increasing driver identity, drivers' last names will be placed on the front windshields.

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