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Here are some things you can do in less than one whole second: blink, take a breath, snap your fingers and win a hockey game.

But that last thing, you can probably only do if you are Los Angeles Kings forward Tyler Toffoli.

With just a fraction of a second remaining in overtime, Toffoli ripped a shot off of Anze Kopitar’s face-off win to beat the Boston Bruins, 2-1.

With the face-off set to take place in the Bruins zone, the Kings pulled their goalie in order to get four skaters on the ice during the 3-on-3 ovetime period. When Kopitar won the draw perfectly back to Toffoli, he unleashed a rocket that beat Bruins goalie Tukka Rask on his stick side.

The incredible goal, which happened in the literal blink of an eye, was upheld upon replay review.

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Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe has become a trade target after general manager Ryan McDonough told reporters Monday that Bledsoe has likely played his final game for the franchise.

The New York Knicks are among several teams reaching out to Phoenix, league sources told ESPN. It is unclear how far along teams have gotten on any trade discussions, but people in touch with Phoenix say the franchise is looking for young players in a Bledsoe swap.

The Suns have asked about young Knicks such as 2017 first-round pick Frank Ntilikina and Willy Hernangomez, sources confirm, but New York has been opposed to trading either young player, sources told ESPN.

Hernangomez has not been in coach Jeff Hornacek’s regular rotation in the first two games of the season, which has left the second-year center frustrated. But Hernangomez’s lack of playing time isn’t a sign the club is looking to move him.
The Knicks selected Frank Ntilikina with the No. 8 pick in June, but could he already be on the move in a deal for Eric Bledsoe? Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images
Hernangomez, who is close friends with Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis, has lost his spot in the rotation behind centers Enes Kanter and Kyle O’Quinn.

O’Quinn, Lance Thomas and Courtney Lee have drawn interest from opposing teams in recent weeks, but it is unclear if any of the three players were discussed by New York and Phoenix. Ntilikina, selected No. 8 by the Knicks in June’s draft, has been slowed by injury early in his career. He will miss his second regular-season game Tuesday due to an ankle injury and he missed New York’s final four preseason games due to a knee ailment.

But the point guard remains part of the young core New York wants to build around and management, as of Monday afternoon, did not want to move him in a Bledsoe deal. Given that reluctance, it seems like the Knicks are a long-shot to trade for Bledsoe, who would be an upgrade over current Knicks starting point guard Ramon Sessions.

Hornacek, of course, is familiar with Bledsoe, having coached him in Phoenix for two-plus seasons. Bledsoe, 27, is under contract for the next two seasons, making a combined $29.5 million.

The Suns’ interest in Hernangomez and Ntilikina was first reported by Basketball Insiders.

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GREEN BAY, Wis. — Brett Hundley is filling the biggest shoes in the NFL.

The third-year quarterback will make his first NFL start for the Packers this Sunday against the New Orleans Saints in place of Aaron Rodgers, whose broken collarbone will require surgery that could end his season.


Here’s a look at the 24-year-old on and off the field:
The Packers say one of the strengths of Brett Hundley is that he takes the advice of star quarterback Aaron Rodgers seriously. “His ears are open,” receiver Davante Adams said. AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn
Draft-day disappointment: Rodgers isn’t the only quarterback in the Packers’ locker room to experience a draft-day disappointment. Rodgers’ drop from the possible No. 1 overall pick to No. 24 at least kept him in the first round in 2005. Hundley thought he would come off the board well before the fifth round in the 2015 draft after a highly successful career at UCLA, where he finished as the school’s career touchdown leader (75). Hundley didn’t leave school a year early to slip all the way to the fifth round, and he didn’t hide his disappointment. “I have a chip on my shoulder, and I’m coming in to work, and that’s what I’ve come down to do,” he said shortly after the draft. “It’s a blessing in disguise.”

Preseason sensation: If there’s a team that knows something about what Hundley can do, it’s the Saints. It was in the 2015 preseason finale against them when Hundley threw four touchdown passes to finish off what was perhaps the most impressive display of summer quarterbacking that season. In that game, Hundley completed 16 of 23 passes for 236 yards and four touchdowns to finish with a 142.4 rating. Hundley led the NFL with 630 passing yards that summer, while throwing seven touchdowns and one interception. “He’s picked it up quickly,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said at the time.

Mentor-protégé relationship: Hundley’s locker at Lambeau Field is right next to Rodgers’, and the two can be seen chatting during times when the locker room is open to the media. From the start, Rodgers has served as a mentor and a friend to Hundley. They’re both ultracompetitive, even in meetings when it comes to answering QB coach Alex Van Pelt’s quizzes or away from the stadium, where they’ve been known to battle on the pingpong table. If there were questions about whether Brett Favre helped Rodgers when Rodgers was the backup, there are none of those when it comes to Rodgers and Hundley. “He learns from the best,” Packers receiver Davante Adams said. “He’s in there. He does the same thing in practice all week. He tries to take full control of the huddle, making sure guys know where to be, adjustment and things like that. His ears are open.”

Photography, music and philanthropy: Away from football, Hundley is an amateur photographer who this summer had the chance to shoot an IndyCar race from the pits at nearby Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

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His wife, Dawnielle, is an R&B/Pop singer and songwriter who performs under the stage name Dionne Anylah. Hundley was recently named an ambassador for “Athletes vs. Epilepsy” — a cause that he became involved with because his sister, Paris, suffers from epilepsy.

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NEW YORK — Ecstasy and agony await. One team is going to feel the euphoric lift of moving on, while the other will have infamy etched into its team history. That is what is in the on-deck circle for the Cleveland Indians and the New York Yankees.

They started training eight months ago, and now it will come down to Wednesday night, Game 5 of the ALDS. Winner takes all.

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The Yankees, after tying the series at two with a 7-3 Game 4 win on Monday, might save manager Joe Girardi’s job. The Game 2 loss, the worst-managed game of Girardi’s life, still burns. It can be pretty much erased with a win on Wednesday.

“These guys have picked me up,” Girardi said.

A loss in Game 5, and Girardi will be blamed, and it will be hard to argue otherwise. Wednesday’s score will mean the beginning of something truly special for Girardi — or the end.

The Indians will desperately try to avoid adding another item in Cleveland’s tortured sports history. The hottest team in baseball, the No. 1 seed in the American League, will try to avoid blowing a two-games-to-none series lead. The Indians last lost three in a row on Aug. 1.

On Monday, the Baby Bombers gave another glimpse of what is in store for baseball over the next few years — and maybe longer. Their 23-year-old ace, Luis Severino, redeemed himself after his one-out wild-card flameout by throwing seven innings of three-run ball.

Aaron Judge, 25, has been a strikeout machine, K-ing in 12 of his 15 ALDS at-bats, but just like with his home-run-denying catch in Game 3, he impacted the game. This time, it was maybe the game’s biggest hit, a two-out, two-strike, second-inning RBI double that extended the Yankees’ lead to four runs.

By the end, the sellout crowd, which once again made the new stadium sound like the old one, was chanting, “We want Kluber! We want Kluber! We want Kluber!”

The Yankees will again get the probable AL Cy Young winner, Corey Kluber, in Game 5 at Progressive Field. He will once again face CC Sabathia, who lives for these moments.

“It will be electric,” Judge said.
Aaron Judge and the Yankees have tied up the ALDS. Can they take down the Indians in Game 5? Abbie Parr/Getty Images
History is on the Yankees’ side. Of the 15 teams that have come back from an 0-2 hole in a best-of-five, nine have gone on to win the series. The Yankees got to Kluber in Game 2, while Sabathia seemed to have the Indians’ number before Girardi lifted him too early in the midst of the big lefty retiring 12 of 13 batters and with a pitch count at 78.

On Monday, Girardi had few decisions to make, but he might have been in the crosshairs of criticism if it weren’t for reliever Tommy Kahnle. Girardi gave the ball to Dellin Betances for the eighth inning. Betances is a four-time All-Star who grew up a Bleacher Creature, but he is struggling. Brought in to protect a four-run, eighth-inning lead, Betances could not find the strike zone. He walked two batters before Girardi took him out.

Kahnle entered and retired every batter he faced, including five on strikeouts. That allowed Girardi to stay away from Aroldis Chapman, which could prove to be a very important decision come Wednesday night.

If it weren’t for Girardi’s Game 2 issues, the Yankees would be playing with house money. The Indians are the team that hasn’t won a World Series in nearly seven decades. They are the ones who were one game from a title last season. They are the ones who went 33-4 to end this season.
“Everybody doubted us,” Yankees shortstop Didi Gregorius said. “Nobody expected us to be this far. Nobody expected us to be playing this good. Nobody expected us to be competing against these guys because they’re the best team. But we’ve still got heart for the game. We’ve still got love for the game. So we’ve got to go out there and battle. There’s a reason why we’re here. There’s a reason why every team is playing for the ring.”

It will burn the Yankees, and especially their fans, if they lose Game 5. They will know they could have won this series.

If the Indians are on the wrong end of the score, it will be another tough blow for a city that patched up some of its heartbreak with LeBron James’ NBA title in 2016.

Ecstasy and agony. These two teams have combined to play 333 games since April. It will all come down to one more.

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FRISCO, Texas — Last January, the Dallas Cowboys walked out of AT&T Stadium cursing Aaron Rodgers and his incredible third-down throw that set up the Green Bay Packers’ winning field goal in the final seconds.

In January 2015, the Cowboys walked out of Lambeau Field cursing former NFL director of officiating Dean Blandino for overturning a fourth-down Dez Bryant catch late in the fourth quarter that led to their loss to the Packers in the divisional round.

For a number of Cowboys, those two playoff losses were crushing. Both times they felt they had a team worthy of getting to a Super Bowl and both times they left with disheartening defeats.

Ten months after the Packers beat the Cowboys in the playoffs, they will return to AT&T Stadium.

Coming off a loss last week to the Los Angeles Rams, the Cowboys might need a win a little bit more than the 3-1 Packers. They might need it more to jump-start a season that has seen them follow a win one, lose one pattern through four games.

They might need it more to forget what happened the past two times these teams met in the playoffs.

“There’s motivating factors for everybody and definitely for me just because that was the second time I’ve lost to Green Bay and knocked us out of the playoffs,” said Tyrone Crawford, who is one of 18 players to have been in the 2014 playoff loss and the 2016 playoff loss. “It’s just something that it’s definitely something, I mean, it’s not a revenge thing it’s just something that is in the back of your mind and I guess that might be useful when it’s game time.”

Sunday will be the fifth time the Cowboys have played the Packers since 2014. They have won just once, 30-16 in last year’s regular season.
Dak Prescott’s first taste of the playoffs ended in disappointment at the hands of the Packers. Ronald Martinez/Getty Images
As much as the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins are the Cowboys’ natural rivals because of their NFC East ties, the Packers have become their nemesis because of what has happened the past two times they have made the playoffs.

“I do think what happens in the NFL is there is turnover with personnel and there is evolution in scheme in all three phases of your team so you’ve got to be careful about saying, ‘We know these guys,’” coach Jason Garrett said. “You’ve got to go back and see who they are right now, who’s playing for them and what they’re doing with those guys. We’ve tried to do that, but there’s no question we each have a background with each other.”

Dak Prescott was not interested in revisiting the playoff game, although he marveled at Rodgers’ third-and-20 throw. He wasn’t interested much in talking about the Cowboys’ convincing regular-season win at Lambeau Field last October either.

But he did acknowledge those games can help the Cowboys in a way on Sunday.

“That’s where last year it is relevant, we can look back and we know how they’re going to play us,” Prescott said. “So it’s going out there and it’s going to be about executing. They know what they’re going to get. We know what we’re going to get. It’s just about executing ball plays.”
Prescott threw six touchdown passes and was intercepted just twice in both games against Green Bay last year. Ezekiel Elliott ran for 282 yards on 50 carries in the two games. Bryant did not play in the regular-season meeting because of a tibial plateau fracture, but in the playoff matchup he caught nine passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns.

Maybe the Packers are exactly what the Cowboys need at this point of the season.

Prescott was able to exact some revenge on the Giants, the only team to beat him twice a year ago, at the start of the season. On Sunday against the Packers, he and the Cowboys will get another chance to right one of their few wrongs of 2016.

“It’s definitely in our heads,” Prescott said. “They knocked us out of the playoffs last year, so I mean we’re going back, I wouldn’t necessarily say for revenge, but to go get a win, to go show them what we’re capable of doing. We’re excited for it. It’s a good matchup. We’ve played them three times in a year. I mean, them and the Giants are the only ones I’ve done that with so far.”