The New York Rangers return home after two road losses facing elimination from the Stanley Cup Playoffs in a must-win Game 5 of the Eastern Conference First Round against the Pittsburgh Penguins at Madison Square Garden.
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Kevin Harvick's win knocks Martin Truex Jr. out of the playoffs and puts Ryan Blaney in the last transfer spot with three regular-season races left.
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Kevin Harvick's win, his first since September 2020, snaps his 65-start winless streak and punches his ticket into the 2022 NASCAR Cup playoffs.
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HARVICK GIVES FORD EIGHTH STRAIGHT MIS CUP WIN Kevin Harvick won his first race of the season with today's victory. Harvick has now won four of the la...
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Here's a look at winners and losers from Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series at Richmond Raceway: WINNERS. Kevin Harvick — Twenty-nine wins after the age of 40? Kevin Harvick suddenly is a superstar again. He's likely to be a big threat in the playoffs.
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Kevin Harvick is running out of chances to qualify for the NASCAR Playoffs, but his best shot could be this Sunday at Pocono Raceway.
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Kevin Harvick's win at Michigan pushed the number of winning drivers in the 2022 NASCAR Cup Series season to 15.
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MADISON, Ill. (AP) — Kevin Harvick takes a pragmatic approach to NASCAR's version of the playoffs, considering he has yet to win to qualify and is just 31 points above the cutoff heading into the Cup Series' debut at World Wide Technology Raceway.
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The NASCAR Cup Series playoff picture got even tighter after Kevin Harvick's win at the Michigan International Speedway.
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Alex Bregman homered twice to help the Houston Astros score 21 runs against the Chicago White Sox, tied for the second-most runs in team history.
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Trouble started in the third inning, when a leadoff walk to Sergio Alcantra snowballed into a two-run inning for Arizona fueled by a single for Dalton Varsho and back-to-back doubles from Stone Garrett and Josh Rojas.
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