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  • Dwight King, three others receive qualifying offers from Kings

    The Kings tendered qualifying offers to four players, including winger Dwight King, before Monday’s deadline to tender offers to restricted free agents in order to retain negotiating rights to those players. They also tendered qualifying offers to...
  • Capitals promote MacLellan to GM, name Trotz coach

    Capitals promote MacLellan to GM, name Trotz coach
    ARLINGTON, Va. -- The Washington Capitals promoted Brian MacLellan to senior vice president and general manager, and named Barry Trotz as the new head coach on Monday. MacLellan becomes the sixth general manager in team history, spending the past 13...
  • Boos don't bother Kings' Drew Doughty

    Boos don't bother Kings' Drew Doughty
    Kings defenseman Drew Doughty doesn’t mind getting booed, and, in fact, it almost gets him more motivated. “Oh yeah, I hear stuff all the time,” he said after Wednesday’s morning skate at United Center in Chicago. “I feel...
  • 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...
  • Kings' Willie Mitchell begins search for a new team

    Kings' Willie Mitchell begins search for a new team
    It's not you, it's me. That is the NHL version — free-agency style — of a disappointing breakup. Hockey's free agency starts Tuesday and among those on the market will be Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell, who won the Stanley Cup twice in Los...
  • Rangers' Signings Could Fill Hartford Roster

    On the first day of NHL free agency, the New York Rangers began to build the Hartford Wolf Pack’s 2014-15 roster. The Rangers signed five free agents who figure as organizational depth players and could wind up in Hartford: goalie Cedrick...
  • Hartford Can Capitalize On New Trend In Minor League Parks

    Hartford Can Capitalize On New Trend In Minor League Parks
    To the naked eye, New Britain Stadium appears as fresh today as it was on Opening Day 1996. Built for $10 million 19 years ago, the stadium at Willow Brook Park has seemingly aged well. The Rock Cats have traditionally drawn well, and management has not...
  • More from Michael Futa on the Kings' success at drafting, developing

    More from Michael Futa on the Kings' success at drafting, developing
    The continued success of forwards Tyler Toffoli and Tanner Pearson has brought renewed attention to the Kings’ scouting and development process, and deservedly so. General Manager Dean Lombardi hired more scouts and essentially reorganized the...
  • Flyers’ Rinaldo must go

     
    The Philadelphia sports scene has gone bonkers recently. Allen Iverson, an NBA MVP and one of the highest scorers in league history, was once blasted for not practicing enough. Yet his former Sixers team appears to be openly tanking the......
  • Kings are cautious about playoff lead against Ducks

    Kings are cautious about playoff lead against Ducks
    This has been the year of the comeback in the Stanley Cup playoffs. Through Tuesday, there were 11 games in which the winning team had trailed by two goals or more, and there were three first-round series in which the eventual winner lost the first two...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Admirals fall in Game 2 as IceCaps even series

    Hockey: The Norfolk Admirals yielded two power-play goals early in the second period and fell 2-1 Wednesday at St. John’s in Newfoundland as the IceCaps squared their AHL Calder Cup Eastern Conference best-of-seven series at one win each. The...
  • Friday's local pro sports roundup: Phoebus grad Adibi signs with CFL's Saskatchewan team; Admirals ousted

    Football: Former Phoebus High and Virginia Tech defensive standout Xavier Adibi signed with the Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders. Adibi -- 6-foot-2 and 242 pounds -- spent five seasons in the NFL, totaling 70 tackles and forcing two...