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Top Sports Pics – Feb. 3, 2015 |

Top Sports Pics – Feb. 3, 2015

John Altdorfer
| Tuesday, February 3, 2015 9:00 p.m
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Kansas Jayhawks fans cheer on their team as they are introduced prior to a game against the Iowa State Cyclones in the first half at Allen Field House on Feb. 2, 2015.
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Edmonton Oilers left wing Rob Klinkhammer (12) celebrates with team after scoring the game winning goal in overtime against San Jose Sharks goalie Antti Niemi (not pictured) at SAP Center at San Jose. The Oilers won, 5-4, in overtime.
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Ski racer Viktoria Rebensburg of Germany races on the Raptor course during women's downhill training for the 2015 World Alpine Ski Championships Feb. 2, 2015 in Beaver Creek, Colo.
Riders from Woodway stables take their horses out on the all-weather gallops in Aston Rowant, after snowfall in the Chiltern Hills, southern England Feb. 3, 2015.
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The peloton rides through Lebsayyer during stage one of the 2015 Ladies Tour of Qatar from Museum of Islamic Art to Dukhan Beach on Feb. 3, 2015 in Doha, Qatar.
The batting helmet of Mexico’s Rico Noel flies off as he dives safely into third base against Cuba third baseman Donald Duarte, during a Caribbean Series baseball game in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Monday, Feb. 2, 2015.
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New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist (30) makes a save against the Florida Panthers during the third period at Madison Square Garden. The Rangers defeated the Panthers, 6-3.
Phoenix Suns' Goran Dragic, of Slovenia, left, and Memphis Grizzlies' Jeff Green chase down a loose ball during the second half of an NBA game, Monday, Feb. 2, 2015, in Phoenix. The Grizzlies won, 102-101.

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