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16 On Thin Ice
Nancy Kerrigan was back on skates while Tonya Harding was under siege
by E.M. Swift

22 NFL Playoffs

The Bills put the big chill on the Raiders and stayed in the Super Bowl hunt
by Rick Telander

The Oilers were the NFL's hottest team—until they ran into the Chiefs and Joe Montana
by Richard Hoffer

The Cowboys easily beat the Packers to set up a much-awaited rematch with the 49ers
by Peter King

The Niners crushed the Giants by a 44-3 score and silenced the critics
by Paul Zimmerman

38 The Show Is Closed
The glory days are over in L.A., where the Lakers now dwell in the cellar
by Phil Taylor

42 Doormats No More
A little team "spirit" helped Wisconsin to a rare basketball victory over Purdue
by Bruce Newman

46 A Red Hot Wing
It's no reach to say that Detroit's Sergei Fedorov is the world's top two-way hockey player
by Austin Murphy

54 The Last Viking
Norwegian cross-country skier Vegard Ulvang is set to win Olympic gold again
by William Oscar Johnson


4 Faces in the Crowd
6 Letters
10 Scorecard
48 Sports People
64 Television
66 College Basketball
68 Pro Basketball
70 Point After

Cover Photograph by Peter Read Miller



Where Angels Fear to Tread: Anaheim Stadium's trademark Big A and other parts of its superstructure fell victim to the devastating earthquake that struck Southern California on Monday.