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  • Remember Ilya Kovalchuk? He's still available...

     
    Rumors continue to fly, but there's no concrete news and only another rumor to report regarding the Ilya Kovalchuk sweepstakes. Larry Brooks reported Saturday that the New Jersey Devils have made a huge, long-term offer that would be very...
  • Ilya Kovalchuk departs without a deal ... but it ain't over till it's over

     
    Ilya Kovalchuk, who came to Los Angeles on Sunday for face-to-face meetings with Kings executives, left Tuesday afternoon without a new contract. His agent, Jay Grossman, stayed behind for more talks with General Manager Dean Lombardi but left Tuesday...
  • Kings announce shortened Fan Fest, nothing on Kovalchuk

     
    Despite the success last summer of the Kings' first Hockey Fest, a three-day event that included interactive games, panel discussions and autograph sessions with players and alumni, the Kings have cut this year's event to one day and have moved......
  • Ilya Kovalchuk spurns Kings, signs with Devils

     
    Ilya Kovalchuk has turned down offers from the Kings and has agreed to stay with the New Jersey Devils, yet another premier free agent who has gotten away from the Kings. They had avidly pursued the two-time 50-goal scorer and......
  • Ilya Kovalchuk says he never thought he'd sign anywhere but New Jersey

     
    Some interesting comments from Ilya Kovalchuk at a news conference Tuesday in Newark, N.J., where he signed a 17-year, $102-million contract to stay with the New Jersey Devils. Kovalchuk turned down a 15-year, $80-million offer from the Kings and visited....
  • NHL players union responds to league's rejection of Ilya Kovalchuk-New Jersey Devils contract

     
    The National Hockey League Players’ Assn. released the following statement Wednesday regarding the rejection of Ilya Kovalchuk’s contract with the New Jersey Devils by the National Hockey League: "The NHLPA is currently analyzing the basis upon...
  • Alexander Frolov close to signing with New York Rangers

     
    The Kings, who made no offer to retain left winger Alexander Frolov before he became a free agent, approached him about staying in Los Angeles after their pursuit of Ilya Kovalchuk and another player fell through. However, according to a......
  • NHL Players' Assn. files grievance over Kovalchuk contract rejection [Updated]

     
    As expected, the NHL Players' Assn. has filed a grievance over the league's rejection of the 17-year, $102-million contract between Ilya Kovalchuk and the New Jersey Devils. The NHL last week refused to approve the contract on the basis that......
  • Shanahan Moves Whalers To Deal. Pronger Goes For Firepower

    After weeks of ringing phones around the NHL, Whalers general manager Jim Rutherford finally did it Thursday night. He traded ``The Next Larry Robinson.'' But defenseman Chris Pronger didn't go to Winnipeg for right wing Teemu Selanne. And the trade...
  • Stadium Food Is Making You Sick

    Stadium Food Is Making You Sick
    As if the $6 beers and $9 burgers weren't rough enough, this report from ESPN delivers another slap in the face: Stadium food can be downright dangerous to your health. ESPN's "Outside the Lines" reviewed health department inspection reports for food and...
  • Oleg Tverdovsky buys a Bel-Air home with mountain, city and canyon views

    Oleg Tverdovsky buys a Bel-Air home with mountain, city and canyon views
    Two-time Stanley Cup winner Oleg Tverdovsky has purchased a Mediterranean home in Bel-Air for $5.4 million. Built in 2008, the five-bedroom, seven-bathroom, 7,000-square-foot home sits on nearly 2 acres with ocean, mountain, city and canyon views,...
  • Devils Drop Game One To Flyers, 2-1

    Devils Drop Game One To Flyers, 2-1
    The New Jersey Devils lost game one of their first round playoff series Wednesday night to the Philadelphia Flyers, 2-1. The Flyers, the No. 7 seed in the Eastern Conference, stymied the Devils offense behind 23 saves from Brian Boucher. Philadelphia...