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John Tortorella

John Tortorella
John Tortorella, 50-year-old Boston native, replaces fired New York Ranger coach, Tom Renney. Tortorella is know as "The Torch" who guided the Tampa Bay Lightning to the 2004 Stanley Cup championship and left some scorched earth along the way.
John Tortorella, 50-year-old Boston native, replaces fired New York Ranger coach, Tom Renney. Tortorella is know as "The Torch" who guided the Tampa Bay Lightning to the 2004 Stanley Cup championship and left some scorched earth along the way.
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  • Canucks name Desjardins new coach

    Canucks name Desjardins new coach
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The Vancouver Canucks have named Willie Desjardins their new head coach.
  • Lundqvist Shows Why He's The King

    Lundqvist Shows Why He's The King
    NEW YORK — He wasn't going to let in a goal. Not on this glorious night. No way. No how. After what happened in Montreal two nights earlier, after Henrik Lundqvist was pulled in the second period by coach Alain Vigneault, the last guy the...

    Well-Worn Path From Wolf Pack To Rangers

    Well-Worn Path From Wolf Pack To Rangers
    From Dominic Moore to J.T. Miller, Ken Gernander has watched them climb from the minors to within four victories of the Stanley Cup. There are 10 of them who have made their way from Hartford to the Rangers, 10 players spanning 11 hockey seasons, all with...

    Stanley Cup Final: Kings? Tired? Fuhgeddaboudit

    Stanley Cup Final: Kings? Tired? Fuhgeddaboudit
    Hours before Game 2, Kings Coach Darryl Sutter acknowledged his team was showing signs of being tired after three seven-game playoff series and a Game 1 overtime opener of the Stanley Cup Final. Add on a double-overtime Game 2 victory and a cross-...

    Rangers' Nash Struggles, And So Does His Team

    Rangers' Nash Struggles, And So Does His Team
    NEW YORK — He barreled in on a 3-on-1 break. The puck stood on its edge and Rick Nash shanked a wrist shot wide of the Pittsburgh net. Ugly. On a power play that has been 36 shades of destitute, Nash turned the puck over in the neutral zone....
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  • Orioles get good news on injury front

    Orioles get good news on injury front
    Perhaps it's just a small victory in a long season, but the Orioles left Nationals Park on Sunday without placing anyone on the disabled list. The Orioles lost two players to injury Saturday afternoon and their staff leader Thursday, but it looks like...
  • Guthrie will start for Orioles Tuesday vs. Pirates

    Guthrie will start for Orioles Tuesday vs. Pirates
    Knowing how little Jeremy Guthrie likes to come out of starts, the Orioles were concerned when the right-hander exited his last outing after five scoreless innings because of back discomfort. As it turns out, Guthrie won't even miss a start. Orioles...
  • Here's an O's murderer's row: Jakubauskas, Arrieta, Britton

    Here's an O's murderer's row: Jakubauskas, Arrieta, Britton
    Take a look at the Orioles’ batting averages on the sports website of your choice and you will find three unlikely names atop the list: Chris Jakubauskas, Jake Arrieta and Zach Britton. Sure, they have combined for seven plate appearances and are...
  • Orioles can't fight out of early hole in 9-3 loss to Pirates

    Orioles can't fight out of early hole in 9-3 loss to Pirates
    There were options had the Orioles wanted to skip Jeremy Guthrie's start or, at the very least, push it back a couple of days to make sure the right-hander had recovered from a back strain. But Guthrie wanted the ball, and Orioles manager Buck...
  • All Orioles' problems come to forefront as they close road trip with 5-4 loss to Pirates

    All Orioles' problems come to forefront as they close road trip with 5-4 loss to Pirates
    With Blake Davis' decisive error in the fifth inning Wednesday, the Orioles had their defining play on a highly disappointing road trip and an easy scapegoat for another avoidable loss. However, pinning it all on Davis' gaffe, which brought home the...
  • Orioles push Arrieta's start back to Wednesday

    Orioles push Arrieta's start back to Wednesday
    Jake Arrieta's next start will be pushed back four days as the right-hander deals with inflammation related to the bone spur in his right elbow. Arrieta, whose next turn would have been Saturday against the Cincinnati Reds, is tentatively scheduled to...
  • Blogger on Blogger: Heath Bintliff of Orioles blog Dempsey's Army

    Blogger on Blogger: Heath Bintliff of Orioles blog Dempsey's Army
    Baltimore is blessed with a bunch of talented sports bloggers who bring their unique perspective to the conversation. I often link up to these local writers in my morning Coffee Companion posts, but instead of just exchanging anti-social links with them,...
  • Orioles starters are putting their bullpen counterparts in jeopardy

    Orioles starters are putting their bullpen counterparts in jeopardy
    It has been more than two weeks since an Orioles starter went seven innings. It last happened on June 10 when Jake Arrieta managed to keep his pitch count down long enough to hand the ball over to the bullpen before the eighth inning, and it was the...
  • Orioles one-hit by Braves' Jurrjens in 4-0 loss

    Orioles one-hit by Braves' Jurrjens in 4-0 loss
    This time, there was no flurry of missed opportunities to lament, no rash of runners left in scoring position or rally-killing double plays. It took about everything the Orioles had to even get a hit off Atlanta Braves starter Jair Jurrjens, so...
  • O's expect to have only one All-Star, though more are worthy

    O's expect to have only one All-Star, though more are worthy
    When the 2011 American League All-Star team is revealed Sunday afternoon, the Orioles expect one trend to continue. Even with perhaps more worthy All-Star candidates than in the past, a group that includes shortstop J.J. Hardy, center fielder Adam...
  • Who are the Orioles' biggest chips for the trade deadline?

    Who are the Orioles' biggest chips for the trade deadline?
    Oh, the mediocre have fallen. The Orioles, who a month ago were staying somewhat relevant and hanging around in the AL East, now have the second-worst record in the American League and are a dozen games behind the Red Sox in the wild-card standings. So...
  • Guthrie, Orioles' bullpen rocked as Rangers complete sweep

    Guthrie, Orioles' bullpen rocked as Rangers complete sweep
    If the Orioles are looking for a bright side to their three-game pummeling by the Texas Rangers, it's this: They don't have to come back here this season. That likely won't make a long flight to Boston -- and four more games in never-friendly Fenway Park...