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  • Four goals, four assists, the first eight-point NHL game for a player in 24 years.

    Len Berman: Top 5 Sports Stories

  • The Suns cashed those in for 21 points for an eight-point edge in the category.

    San Antonio Spurs Team Report

  • But perhaps the Giants can better their odds of victory Green Bay opened as a eight-point favorites by continuing to throw haymakers.

    The Giants Are Winning the Battle for the Big Play

  • Barack Obama carried independents by an eight-point margin in the 2008 exit poll—and Republicans carried them by a 19-point margin in the 2010 midterms.

    Will Independents Vote GOP In 2012?

  • Just when the Sixers started to rally again, Lewis grabbed a big offensive rebound and converted the layup to give the Magic back an eight-point lead with 28.8 remaining.

    Magic bounce back, stave off Sixers to square up series

  • To do so, England would have to lose, while Wales hammers the French by 42 points in Paris—improbable, but Warren Gatland's team is capable of winning the game with an eight-point start, which is also a best-priced evens with Victor Chandler.

    Tip of the Day

  • What was an 18-point lead with just less than three minutes to play was cut to an eight-point lead at the final whistle.

    Virginia 72, Georgia Tech 64: Three up, three down

  • Jackson State missed 18 free throws in an eight-point game, while Grambling went 20-for-31 from the charity stripe.

    Jackson State - Team Notes

  • -- G Lindsey Hughey continued his solid play down the stretch with an eight-point, six-rebound effort in 21 minutes against Cincinnati.

    Weber State - Team Notes

  • From Jan. 14 to Jan. 18, Mitt Romney's poll numbers rose in South Carolina, reaching an eight-point lead over Mr. Gingrich by the 18th.

    The GOP Goes MAD

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