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Ferguson era begins for Lynx

As new Augusta Lynx coach Bob Ferguson says, there are two ways to coach:
Nets sweep Pistons

...series to New Jersey's one. ... Jefferson said before the game that he'd like to have both his team and the NHL's New Jersey Devils win their respective league titles, but had one question. "If you have a parade, where does it go?" Jefferson...
Lynx form affiliation

After months of speculation, the Augusta Lynx have secured an affiliation with the National Hockey League's Phoenix Coyotes and their top farm club, the Springfield (Mass.) Falcons of the American Hockey League.
Lamarre, Ftorek find roles on ice

...much." The 25-year-old Ftorek also has experienced his share of highs and lows this season. After the NHL's New Jersey Devils did not re-sign him last summer, Ftorek began the season in Europe with the Kloten Flyers of the Swiss Elite...
Lynx on road to start campaign for playoff berth

Lynx coach Dan Wiebe was somewhat concerned that the extended break for the East Coast Hockey League All-Star Game would steal his surging club's thunder. After the Lynx won four of their past five games, including huge confidence-building victories over Florida and Baton Rouge last weekend, Wiebe finds out tonight how the team will respond to the six-day layoff. The Lynx travel to face the South Carolina Stingrays, one of the teams they are chasing in the Southern Conference playoff race.
Yankees, Nets to merge teams into one company

NEW YORK -- In a move that shakes up sports cable TV but won't change George Steinbrenner's role as The Boss, the New York Yankees and the New Jersey Nets signed a letter of intent to merge the two teams into one company. The deal announced Thursday creates a new holding company, YankeeNets, that the teams value at about $1.4 billion. The baseball and basketball teams will remain as separate subsidiaries under their current leadership, with Steinbrenner running the Yankees, and Lewis Katz and Ray Chambers running the Nets.
Hockey: `It'll work'

Bill McLeod admits the going was tough at first. Those Macon folks didn't take to ice hockey right off, but McLeod gradually found out what would bring fans to Macon Whoopee games last season. "People love to dance," said McLeod, president of the Macon Whoopee, who averaged 3,641 fans in their first year in the Central Hockey League. "People come here for mainly entertainment. You entertain them, they'll come back."
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Name change coincides with Rays' title run

...religious question behind Tampa Bay's nickname is this: Does God care about the name or the fate of a team? The NHL's New Jersey Devils haven't been cursed, winning the Stanley Cup three times. And a team with a nickname God might favor...
Fan favorite back with Lynx

...Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, was a member of the inaugural Lynx team in 1998-99, assigned to the club by the NHL's New Jersey Devils. In 139 games for the Lynx from 1998-2000, he tallied 42 goals, 97 points and 481 penalty minutes, including...
Lynx gamenight

Lynx GameNightGreensboro Generals at Augusta LynxWhen: 7:35 p.m. SaturdayWhere: Augusta-Richmond County Civic Center