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  • Kahne holds off Stewart for 1st road course win

    Kahne holds off Stewart for 1st road course win
    Richard Petty Motorsports has made news this season for all the wrong reasons. Caught in the financial crunch of Chrysler's bankruptcy, the team had a recent round of layoffs and companywide salary reductions. Star driver Kasey Kahne has been openly...
  • MSG Partners With PIX 11To Air Two Knicks Games And Two Rangers Game In January

    The Knicks games included in the partnership are Saturday, Janaury 9th against the Houston Rockets and Sunday, January 31st against the Minnesota Timberwolves.  For the Rangers, PIX 11 will televise games against the St. Louis Blues and Montreal Canadiens...
  • Montreal Canadiens defeat Chicago Blackhawks 4-1

    MONTREAL — They're still chanting Cristobal Huet's name in this city. Though fans cheered for the goaltender for parts of three seasons when he was a member of the Canadiens, they jeered the Hawks goalie Tuesday night. But if the 21,273 fans at...
  • Helene Elliott's NHL team-by-team preview

    Helene Elliott's NHL team-by-team preview
    Will the Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins meet in the Stanley Cup finals for a third straight spring, or will the San Jose Sharks find the gumption to match their talent? There's no consensus winner in either conference, mostly because even...
  • 10 things you might not know about snow

    Chicago's snowiest winter in about three decades is laying siege -- and slush. On the other side of the world, China suffered its worst winter weather in half a century, stranding hundreds of thousands just before their New Year holiday. Here are a few...
  • 10 things you might not know about Stanleys

    10 things you might not know about Stanleys
    The Chicago Blackhawks are competing in the Stanley Cup playoffs, named for Lord Stanley, the governor general of Canada who instituted the trophy. Another Stanley -- Morgan Stanley, the financial services firm -- is reportedly targeted in a federal...
  • Sudden Sense Of Loss For Whalers; Goal In 2nd OT Lifts Canadiens

    There was no Claude Lemieux this time. But there still was Russ Courtnall. It was the longest, most brilliant hockey match in Whalers history. But the Whalers still lost. Their season is still over. The ghosts in Montreal Forum still had the last laugh....
  • It's Official Finally; Whalers Join NHL

    The National Hockey League's expansion to four cities became official Friday when league President John Ziegler announced the granting of franchises to the Hartford Whalers, Edmonton Oilers, Winnipeg Jets and Quebec Nordiques. The Expansion, which swells...
  • Trottier Displays Something Extra; OT Goal Winner For Wales

    It may have been the biggest goal in union history. Faced with the prospect of an additional 20-minute period, Bryan Trottier responded to the challenge. The NHL Players Association president converted Mike Bossy's feed at 3 minutes, 5 seconds of...
  • The Hartford Whalers Historical Timeline

    November 1971 -- The World Hockey Association awards franchise to sports enthusiasts and businessmen Howard Baldwin, John Colburn, Godfrey Wood and William Barnes. January 1972 -- Jack Kelley, a successful coach at Boston University, joins the New...
  • Nord-eeeeks! Whalers Sweep Series; Canadiens Are Next

    The biggest shock arrived 10 minutes after the Whalers had dusted off Quebec in three straight. The Whalers had eliminated the Nordiques from the Adams Division semifinals with a 9-4 thrashing Saturday night and had advanced to the divisional finals...
  • It's All Over -- Whalers Lose In OT. Canadiens Clinch Adams Finals On Goal By Lemieux

    MONTREAL -- Mike Liut again was brilliant. And the Whalers, a team that refused to quit all season, went out on their shields. But Claude Lemieux, a rookie seemingly immune to the overtime pressure, found a chink in Liut's armor and lifted a backhander...