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Hartford Wolf Pack

The American Hockey League affliiate of the New York Rangers. The team plays its games at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn.
The American Hockey League affliiate of the New York Rangers. The team plays its games at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn. « Show less

Top Hartford Wolf Pack Articles

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  • Miami can inch closer to Coastal title

    Look who's back in the rankings and trying to nail down a championship. Yep, it's the Miami Hurricanes, who have reason to be proud of themselves even if this sort of thing was once the norm in south Florida. Trying to break away from the pack in the...
  • Masoli's four scores lead Ducks

    Now this was a Holiday Bowl. Oregon quarterback Jeremiah Masoli ran through and over Oklahoma State's defense for three touchdowns and threw for another to lead the No. 15 Ducks to a 42-31 win over the No. 13 Cowboys in a wild, record-setting Holiday Bowl...
  • Simply the best option

    With this college football season heading into its final stages, it's time for a little way-too-early look at what's going to happen next season in the Atlantic Coast Conference. After winning the ACC championship for a second straight season and going...
  • Duke pulls away late vs. Pack

    Gerald Henderson scored 21 points and No. 2 Duke pulled away late to beat visiting North Carolina State 73-56 on Tuesday night. Nolan Smith hit consecutive 3-pointers 30 seconds apart to start the decisive run for the Blue Devils (17-1, 4-0 Atlantic Coast...
  • ACC full-court press

    ACC Power poll Duke (17-1, 4-0) – Winning by an average of 16 points in its first four ACC games is pretty convincing. Wake Forest (16-1, 3-1) – Despite the loss to the Hokies, the Demon Deacons still might be the top overall seed in the...
  • Yow dies at age 66

    RALEIGH, N.C. -- North Carolina State's Kay Yow, the Hall of Fame women's basketball coach who won more than 700 games while earning fans with her decades-long fight against breast cancer, died Saturday. She was 66. Yow, first diagnosed with the...
  • An ACC checkup

    An ACC  checkup
    Though only half of the ACC has reached the midpoint of the conference schedule, a clear picture of the haves and have-nots has already formed. With an eye toward the postseason, here's a look at what each of the ACC's NCAA tournament contenders have...
  • Yow's legacy of 'Hope'

    The door to Kay Yow's office in Reynolds Coliseum remains open, the lights on inside. It's as though the Hall of Fame coach has merely stepped away from her desk to grab lunch or run a brief errand. Less than three weeks after her death, Yow's presence...
  • Girls Class 4A regional final: Mother McAuley 54, St. Ignatius 34

    Girls Class 4A regional final at St. Ignatius Records: Mother McAuley 22-8, St. Ignatius 13-17 Halftime: St. Ignatius 21-19 Summary: A poor second quarter in which it made just 2 of 14 shots gave Mother McAuley incentive to turn things around in the...
  • McAulay strong in return

    D.J. McAulay, whose 2007 season ended after one game and 162 yards with a knee injury, celebrated his return to the field in a big way. His 30-yard touchdown, coming on a slant across the middle that he turned to the right sideline, pulled the Tribe...
  • Tribe can't overcome mistakes

    Two quarters. Two turnovers. Two touchdowns. Ultimately, no chance. Despite outscoring N.C. State by four points in the second half and holding the Wolfpack to just 79 yards in the first, William and Mary couldn't overcome twice committing a cardinal...
  • Poll has Cavs, Tech chasing big fish

    Be the handicapping elementary or advanced, the places of Virginia and Virginia Tech in this season's ACC basketball food chain seem clear. The Cavaliers are plankton, defenseless and short-lived. The Hokies are piscivores, vulnerable to big-fish...