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Eric Mangini, fired by the New York Jets the day after the regular season ended, was introduced Thursday as the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns. The Browns didn't disclose details of Mangini's contract but it reportedly covers four years. Mangini, who started in the NFL as a ball boy with the Browns in 1994 and later was an assistant coach on the team, replaced Romeo Crennel, who was fired after a 4-12 season. I couldn't be happier to come home to Cleveland, Mangini said.
Curtis Sanford posted his fifth NHL shutout and Pavol Demitra had a goal and an assist Sunday night to lead the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-0 win over Ottawa. Stanford finished with 18 saves for the Canucks, who won for the first time in their last three games. Demitra assisted on Henrik Sedin's goal at 8:17 of the first period and then scored, after assists by Daniel Sedin and Henrik Sedin at 10:16 of the second.
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Florida's Craig Anderson turned in the sixth shutout of his career and four players scored for the Panthers Sunday in a 4-0 win over the New York Rangers. Anderson blocked 37 shots.
U.S. rockers Good Charlotte had no problem turning over their old songs recast in dance versions for their new album, The Greatest Remixes. Everybody likes to dance -- even kids who like rock music, says singer Joel Madden.
Daniel Sedin finished off a Vancouver comeback with his eighth goal of the season Friday, lifting the Canucks past Minnesota 3-2. Sedin scored with 8:19 to play and Curtis Sanford was perfect the rest of the way while completing a 28-save effort. Pavol Demitra, who spent the previous two seasons with Minnesota before signing as a free agent with Vancouver, had a goal and an assist.
A Polish man who linked the Web site of President Lech Kaczynski to a pornographic search has gone on trial for defaming the head of state.
By GARY D'AMATO Beijing -- The post-Hamm era in U.S. men's gymnastics began with the Americans determined to prove they could still be competitive at the Beijing Olympics. They were that, and a whole lot more.
Paul Hamm, the 2004 Olympic all-around gymnastics gold medalist, resigned from the U.S. Olympic team Monday because of injuries. Hamm, 25, broke his right hand during a competition in May and injured his rotator cuff while rehabilitating his hand.
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