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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Digest: St. Frances' McCoughtry leads Dream over Mystics

    Et cetera St. Frances' McCoughtry leads Dream over Mystics Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances) had 21 points, six rebounds and five assists to lead the WNBA's Atlanta Dream (9-1) to a 86-75 victory over the visiting Washington Mystics (4-6). Washington,...
  • Digest: St. Paul's freshman Gordon orally commits to play lacrosse at UNC

    Digest: St. Paul's freshman Gordon orally commits to play lacrosse at UNC
    Men's college lacrosse St. Paul's freshman Gordon orally commits to UNC St. Paul's freshman attackman-midfielder Mitch Gordon orally committed to North Carolina on Saturday night, according to Inside Lacrosse. Gordon, who is 6 feet 2 and 160 pounds,...
  • STX faces long road, once traveled by rival Warrior, as it enters hockey market

    STX faces long road, once traveled by rival Warrior, as it enters hockey market
    Matt Hoppe remembers finally getting his hands on a red and white Titan hockey stick -- the one Wayne Gretzky was using to set record after record -- and plopping down in front of the television to spend 45 minutes applying tape to create the perfect...
  • After trade, Nash sees new hope in New York

    New York Rangers forward Taylor Pyatt initially thought the team's equipment managers might not like him as much as Rick Nash. Each day, Pyatt would glance over to Nash's adjacent locker at the team's practice facility and notice long socks, wristbands,...
  • Tragic conclusion to an otherwise stellar year

    Tragic conclusion to an otherwise stellar year
    The murder of 20 children and seven adults in Connecticut brings 2012 to a shocking and sad end. Perhaps a few uplifting stories will dominate the year's waning days, providing a holiday boost. And we should remember the inspiring sub-stories from...
  • Sudden death for Caps in stunning 3-2 loss to Rangers

    So much of the Washington Capitals' success in the postseason has stemmed from their ability to protect and hang on to even the slimmest of margins regardless of the adversity they faced. At a certain point, though, there was bound to be a break that went...
  • In a season of tests, Caps face greatest one

    Finding a way to respond from demoralizing, soul-crushing defeats is nothing new for the Washington Capitals this season. They've managed to follow up disappointing losses by rallying around one another for weeks now, throughout the playoffs and dating to...
  • Digest: Kaplan propels Maryland into ACC women's soccer title game

    Digest: Kaplan propels Maryland into ACC women's soccer title game
    Women's college soccer Kaplan propels Maryland to 2-0 win, into ACC title game Becky Kaplan had a goal and an assisted on one by Hayley Brock to lead second-seeded Maryland to a 2-0 victory over host and No. 3 seed Wake Forest in the semifinals of the...
  • Which team will win the Stanley Cup?

    Cursed Kings will win Helene Elliott Los Angeles Times Hell will freeze over, because the Kings will win the Stanley Cup. Yes, the cursed Kings, the team that has made exactly one previous visit to the Cup finals. They're bigger than the Devils,...
  • Capitals trying to turn the trends on home ice

    After earning a split in New York to start their Eastern Conference semifinal series, it would appear that things are setting up nicely for the Washington Capitals. They return home to Verizon Center as the series against the New York Rangers shifts...
  • Caps composed, confident heading into Game 7 with Bruins

    As the Washington Capitals sat in the dressing room at their Arlington, Va., practice facility ahead of a flight to Boston for a final showdown with the Boston Bruins in this Eastern Conference quarterfinal series, the mood was noticeably loose....
  • Lessons from loss lead to first win for Caps

    It took until the fifth try and the eighth day of the season, but the Washington Capitals finally managed to put together a complete game under the guidance of first-year coach Adam Oates and come away with a victory. Fueled by contributions from every...