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Feeling a little blue Gary R. Blockus The Morning Call In a severely shortened season, health will be more important than ever in the quest to hoist Lord Stanley's Cup. Look for the Blueshirts and Blue Notes to tangle in the final games for hockey's...
It's a mix of familiar and different when I greet Bobby Roode for the first time in three years. Different hairstyle, darker tan, sharper clothes. I guess that's part of the job when you are the longest-reigning TNA world heavyweight champion in the...
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,...
Can they score again? Lisa Dillman Los Angeles Times Wondering, actually, if Kings goalie Jonathan Quick will crack and allow another goal. So far, it has been two in three games of the Stanley Cup finals against the Devils. The only times the...
Towson's Katie Hoff won two events on the second day of the Missouri Grand Prix on in Columbia. Hoff won the 200-meter individual medley with a time of 2 minutes, 13.21seconds. Hoff also finished first in the 400 freestyle, nearly two seconds ahead of the...
AP Sports WriterPITTSBURGH (AP) — The NHL's most unlikely postseason success story is nearly bald, his hairline an unwitting casualty to three decades spent hidden under a goaltender's mask. All those long winters — including 16 in the best league in...
Martin Brodeur has become the first goaltender in NHL history to be credited with two goals during games in the regular season, according to NHL.com. The Carolina Hurricanes were in a penalty-kill situation when the New Jersey Devils were called for a...
The NHL put the "no" in November and continued its determined march toward irrelevance by canceling games through Nov. 30, an announcement that was expected following the silent expiration of its Thursday deadline for a labor agreement with the players'...
Representatives of the NHL and the players' union met twice in Toronto on Monday, once to review last season's revenue figures and again at an NHL Alumni dinner, but they appeared no closer to resolving the labor dispute that led the league to lock out...
Among all the familiar faces of Blackhawks players at the team's annual fan convention this weekend, Sheldon Brookbank stood out. The defenseman is the only player on the roster who was not with the organization last season after being signed to a two-...
TODAY LEGION BASEBALL Aberdeen Smittys at Mitchell, 5 p.m. doubleheader YOUTH SOFTBALL C League Games at 1 p.m. C.C. Lee vs. Simmons 2 (A); B&G Club vs. Sunshine (B). B League Games at 2:15 p.m. Simmons vs. Manor Park 2 (A); C.C. Lee vs....
Tribune reporterHeading into free agency, Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman said the team had "Plans A, B, C and D" ready for however scenarios played out. After Wednesday, it might be time to move a little further down the alphabet. The Hawks lost out on the...
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