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February 10, 2003
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NHL forecast: Doom and gloom for some teams
As a labor battle looms, some speculate small-market franchises, like Lightning, won't survive work stoppage.

John Romano: Plenty of fight left in Gators
GAINESVILLE -- In retrospect, you might suggest they were cheated.

Motorsports: Gordon savors his off-track life

The four-time NASCAR champ wants to focus on his personal life a little more.
Rain shifts qualifying to today
DAYTONA BEACH -- Steady rain Sunday postponed Daytona 500 qualifying, which sets the front row, until 1 p.m. today.
Dixon makes history in Top Fuel opener
POMONA, Calif. -- Larry Dixon opened the season by winning the Top Fuel event Sunday at the Winternationals at Pomona Raceway.

Diving into Florida's history: Into the Wolfpack
The coasts are littered with the remains of sunken ships from World War II.

Arena football: Unkind officials thwart quartet of Storm rallies
ORLANDO 54, TAMPA BAY 51: The defense makes big plays only to have refs take the gains away, keeping the Predators in control from start to finish.

NHL: Canadiens shake off skid, shut out Caps
WASHINGTON -- Before Sunday, letting Mathieu Garon play in goal was about the only thing the Canadiens had not tried to end their four-game losing streak.

In brief: USOC creates panel to generate reforms
CHICAGO -- After several months of scandals, the U.S. Olympic Committee's executive committee announced Sunday it has formed a task force to create a blueprint for major reform.

College basketball: Freshman hoists Jackets past skidding Terps
ATLANTA -- Jarrett Jack got a chance to chat with his favorite player, then went out and played like him.
Bulls overtaken by Billiken's career day
ST. LOUIS -- Senior guard Harmonie King posted her first double double with 18 points and a career-high 11 rebounds as Saint Louis rallied for an 81-73 win over South Florida on Sunday.

NBA: One last gasp of Air
Michael Jordan starts his final All-Star Game, thanks to Vince Carter, and almost ends it with another memorable shot.

Tennis: Inexperienced U.S. out of Davis Cup
ZAGREB, Croatia -- A Croatian fan sitting courtside waved a sign as James Blake was about to serve: "You can't beat without Pete."

Golf: Pebble turns into a Lovefest
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. -- It's all mental, Davis Love III told himself. Thriving at the Pebble Beach National Pro-Am is a triumph of the mind.

Bowling: Winter Garden team rallies in Seminole
Sign Producers weathers close calls throughout to win World Team Challenge.

Outdoors: Daily fishing report
Schools of amberjack have taken up temporary residence at many wrecks, reefs and springs in more than 100 feet. With more boaters than ever capable of reaching these destinations, fishing in a crowd is often the norm.

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