Morning Coffee: Rangers, Mets, Jeremy Lin, Soccer At Yankee Stadium

Good morning, sports fans! A really quick 'Morning Coffee' today, so get ready to gulp it down.

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- Rangers 3, Capitals 2 (OT): Could the New York Rangers have waited any longer to get down to business Monday night? The Rangers got the game-tying goal with 6.6 second left, then defeated the Washington Capitals in overtime in the NHL playoffs, taking a 3-2 series lead.

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- Mets 5, Phillies 2: Jordany Valdespin understands how to maximize your first big-league hit.

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- Time for the New York Yankees to get serious. New York opens a three-game series with the Tampa Bay Rays Tuesday night.

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- So, now they are going to play soccer in Yankee Stadium.

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- Jeremy Lin and the Knicks' Point Guard Curse.

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- Syracuse, Stony Brook in NCAA Lacrosse Tournament. Hey, when did we start covering lacrosse?

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Quotable

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"Right now it's not about Mike Woodson and my contract and where I go from here. I was given an opportunity to coach this team. I'm still coaching this team. The job is not done. When that time comes, I'm sure everybody will sit down and talk about my future. But right now, that's not my concern. My concern is Game 5, trying to get these guys ready to play."

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-- Mike Woodson on his future as Knicks' coach

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