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Henrik Lundqvist

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  • SPORTSBUZZ: Huge day in the sporting world

    SPORTSBUZZ: Huge day in the sporting world
    Golf and soccer fans rejoice today, for two of the biggest international events get underway. Jordan Spieth, whose parents went to Saucon Valley High School, started strongly at the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, joining the early leaders at 2-under par. Phil...
  • Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4

    Rangers Prove Their Resilience In Game 4
    NEW YORK — If the weight of history holds form, if the inexorable grind does leave the Rangers in a heap of California dust, the Los Angeles Kings might be remembered as the most resilient playoff team in North American history. Earlier this...
  • New York Rangers aren't exactly upbeat during practice

    Grumpy and sullen? For sure. Beaten? Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final will reveal that. The New York Rangers practiced Tuesday at Madison Square Garden, but their activity couldn't hide the fact that they trail the Kings, 3-0, with elimination...
  • Low-Key Quick Makes A Splash — But Quietly

    Low-Key Quick Makes A Splash — But Quietly
    NEW YORK — The last time Jonathan Quick played at Madison Square Garden he was with the Pee Wee Rangers. It was 16 years ago. He was 12. On Monday night, in his first NHL appearance in Manhattan, the Connecticut kid was as big as the stage, as...
  • NHL Competition Committee discusses goalie interference in meeting

    The freshest controversial call in the Stanley Cup Final was discussed Monday at an NHL Competition Committee meeting. Officials assessed the possible responses to Saturday's Game 2 third-period goal by Kings forward Dwight King. New York Rangers goalie...
  • Rangers just can't catch a break in series against Kings

    Rangers just can't catch a break in series against Kings
    The New York Rangers continued to dwell on the little breaks the Kings are receiving, but they again mustered no sufficient response except for post-loss explanations. "At some point, you're going to have to need some puck luck and we don't have any...
  • Jonathan Quick at his best puts Kings at doorstep of Cup championship

    Jonathan Quick at his best puts Kings at doorstep of Cup championship
    Jonathan Quick has been on hockey's biggest stage before and, as it turns out, he has played in one of its classic arenas before, too. Quick grew up in Hamden, Conn., and among his fondest childhood memories is playing at Madison Square Garden with...
  • Stanley Cup notes: Kings center Mike Richards gets on (score)board

    Stanley Cup notes: Kings center Mike Richards gets on (score)board
    While the Kings' leading scorers continued their personal race to finish as the NHL's playoffs points leader Monday, center Mike Richards pulled out of an extended drought. Richards sent a puck toward teammate Trevor Lewis early in the third period only...
  • Kings blank Rangers for 3-0 series lead

    Kings blank Rangers for 3-0 series lead
    NEW YORK -- The Los Angeles Kings are one win away from capturing the Stanley Cup for the second time in three seasons. Los Angeles turned back the New York Rangers 3-0 in Game 3 on Monday, taking a 3-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. Game 4 is...
  • Kings raise comebacks to an art form, and Game 2 win is a masterpiece

    Kings raise comebacks to an art form, and Game 2 win is a masterpiece
    How do they keep skating? How do we keep breathing? The Kings pulled off another unlikely comeback Saturday night in a spring full of them, fighting back for nearly five full periods of hockey before turning the Staples Center ice into a dancing,...
  • Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final

    Kings battling Rangers and, perhaps, fatigue in Stanley Cup Final
    The Kings' playoff run two years ago was so neat and tidy and efficient. They won the first three games in all four rounds, used the same six defensemen in every game, and needed only 20 contests to win the Stanley Cup. Their current run has been far...
  • 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-...