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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Larger venue for Thursday's World Cup viewing party

     Larger venue for Thursday's World Cup viewing party
    Despite problems handling the over-capacity crowd watching Sunday's World Cup game telecast in Chicago, organizers expect no problems handling an even bigger crowd for this Thursday's game. Drenching rains forced the viewing party for the U.S. soccer...
  • Coach Gallant's ability to develop young talent key for Panthers

    Coach Gallant's ability to develop young talent key for Panthers
    A 16-year-old Jonathan Huberdeau would have understood if Gerard Gallant had better things to do. Huberdeau was new to the Saint John Sea Dogs in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Getting playing time, along with improving, were Huberdeau's...
  • Bears kicker Gould to miss long snapper Mannelly

    Bears kicker Gould to miss long snapper Mannelly
    Bears kicker Robbie Gould and recently retired long snapper Patrick Mannelly just can't stay away from each other. The two teamed up for Gould's Celebrity Golf Invitational at Conway Farms in Lake Forest on Monday, benefiting Gould's charity, The...
  • Hasek heads to Hall of Fame

    Hasek heads to Hall of Fame
    Among a group of deserved hockey players, goaltender Dominik Hasek will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame this November. And if not for Blackhawks goaltender Eddie Belfour, Hasek might also be entering with the distinction as one of, if not the...
  • Interview: Dad time is time well spent for ex-Cub Ryan Dempster

    Interview: Dad time is time well spent for ex-Cub Ryan Dempster
    Imagine you see former Cub Ryan Dempster leaving a restaurant in Chicago. He’s wearing the hard-to-miss World Series ring he won with the Boston Red Sox last year and, like so many people would, you want to take a photo with it. It feels like just...
  • Toews, Kane prefer to sign contract extensions together

    Toews, Kane prefer to sign contract extensions together
    LAS VEGAS — Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane have been nearly inseparable since entering the NHL at the start of the 2007-08 season, and it appears the cornerstones of the Blackhawks want to remain that way for the duration of their careers....
  • Drones in L.A.: South Bay man flies aircraft to monitor police

    Drones in L.A.: South Bay man flies aircraft to monitor police
    A South Bay man who routinely records police activity has started using an unmanned drone to help with filming, just the latest example of how law enforcement is increasingly encountering the technology on the civilian side. Torrance resident Daniel...
  • LAPD's two drones under lock-and-key by feds until rules in place

    A pair of drones owned by Los Angeles police are currently under lock-and-key by federal authorities until a policy is in place for their use, an LAPD official said Tuesday. The move to hand them over to the Department of Homeland Security was a...
  • On 1-year anniversary of Blackhawks' Cup, Bolland reminisces

    On 1-year anniversary of Blackhawks' Cup, Bolland reminisces
    LAS VEGAS -- Dave Bolland planned for what for him is a normal summer day Tuesday by heading to the gym for a workout and then undergoing a physiotherapy session on his rehabbing left ankle. At some point, however, Bolland would take a moment to click...
  • Kings to open 2014-15 season at home Oct. 8 against San Jose Sharks

    Kings to open 2014-15 season at home Oct. 8 against San Jose Sharks
    Haven't the Sharks suffered enough? Apparently not. The Kings will open their Stanley Cup title defense — including the highly anticipated championship banner-raising ceremony — on Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Staples Center. Their opponent in...
  • Kings give a nod to Clippers for smoothing out schedule

    Kings give a nod to Clippers for smoothing out schedule
    Deep in the fine print of a news release about the Kings' regular-season schedule, the Stanley Cup champions made a point of thanking the Clippers and Doc Rivers, the Clippers' coach and president of basketball operations. The Clippers shifted a...
  • Rob Blake's up-and-down journey with Kings winds up at Hall of Fame

    Rob Blake's up-and-down journey with Kings winds up at Hall of Fame
    Some Kings fans still haven't forgiven Rob Blake for relinquishing the captaincy in 2000 during a contract stalemate. Blake, now the team's assistant general manager, knows his election to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday likely won't appease his most...