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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • No pushovers left for Penguins

     
    The disparity in parity between the Eastern and Western conferences was on full display in Round 2 of the NHL playoffs. The Western Conference gave us two great series while the Eastern Conference matchups were like watching a baby seal......
  • NHL free agency: Kings lose defenseman Rob Scuderi to Penguins

    NHL free agency: Kings lose defenseman Rob Scuderi to Penguins
    The Kings lost the first significant member of their Stanley Cup-winning team when free-agent defenseman Rob Scuderi went back to the Pittsburgh Penguins, signing a four-year deal worth $13.5 million. His move came within the first hour of the opening...
  • Indiana Ice open 2012-13 campaign this weekend

    Indiana Ice open 2012-13 campaign this weekend
    As his players skated around the rink of their rental-home at the Pan Am Plaza, new Indiana Ice Head Coach Ron Gay made the expectations of his squad pretty loud and clear. "We are Indiana, said Gay. "That's where we are. We made the playoffs the past...
  • Hershey Bears Announce 2012-13 Schedule

    Hershey Bears Announce 2012-13 Schedule
    The HERSHEY BEARS, in conjunction with the American Hockey League, announced today the complete schedule of games comprising the 2012-2013 regular season. The announcement was made by BEARS President/GM Doug Yingst. With 11 Calder Cup championships...
  • Be first kid on your block to hate Bruins' Marchand

    Be first kid on your block to hate Bruins' Marchand
    Tip to Blackhawks fans awaiting the start of the Stanley Cup Final: It’s never too early to start hating Brad Marchand. If you wait, however, don’t worry. You won’t fall behind the class much because it will take about one shift...
  • So long, Detroit. Hello … Boston?!

    So long, Detroit. Hello … Boston?!
    Exhausted, but ready for more. I'm writing this from a bed, I won't lie. Once the refs took away Niklas Hjalmarsson's game winner, paramedics were summoned to my house. But I was resuscitated, despite the sign I carry with me that says "do not...
  • Holland's hat trick sparks Admirals past Checkers 6-2

    Peter Holland had a hat trick Friday night as the resurgent Norfolk Admirals (25-25-3-1) beat Charlotte 6-2 at Scope. The Admirals overcame a 2-0 deficit to beat the Checkers (32-18-2-3), one of the AHL Western Conference’s top teams. Brandon...
  • Saturday's local roundup (running, hockey): O'Reilly, Castillo-D'Amico run to Fort Eustis victories

    Blaine O’Reilly of Williamsburg and Mercedes Castillo-D’Amico were the top overall finishers at the Fort Eustis 10K Saturday. O’Reilly was the men’s winner in 33 minutes, 38 seconds, while Smithfield’s Victor Flemming was...
  • Saturday's local roundup (running, hockey): Piggott, McLaughlin cross first in 8K

    A pair of Williamsburg competitors took first place Saturday at the inaugural Toano Icy 8K, the first Colonial Road Runners Grand Prix Series race of the year. John Piggott, noted locally for his frequent forays into competition, was the top men’s...
  • Admirals extend AHL winning streak to three with shutout of Sound Tigers

    The Norfolk Admirals (18-21-2-1) gained their third consecutive victory, completing a two-night sweep of Bridgeport by beating the Sound Tigers 5-0 Saturday at Scope. Luca Caputi had a goal and two assists, and goalie Frederik Andersen got the win as...
  • Friday's local roundup: ODU players, Newport News natives earn FCS All-America honors from Phil Steele

    Old Dominion sophomore quarterback Taylor Heinicke and punter Jonathan Plisco made the Phil Steele FCS All-America first team, as did William and Mary senior cornerback B.W. Webb, James Madison senior offensive lineman Earl Watford and JMU junior...
  • Maroon's goal in OT gives Admirals a triumph vs. Penguins

    Patrick Maroon scored a power-play goal 81 seconds into overtime as the Norfolk Admirals (14-14-1-0) topped the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins 3-2 Saturday night. Chris Wagner and Peter Holland also scored for Norfolk (14-14-1-0), while goalie Igor...