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  • Ducks surge early in 3-2 win over St. Louis Blues

    ST. LOUIS — The back end of two demanding road games isn't usually the place to find a spike of energy. Among the reasons that give the Ducks' season a feeling of greater future accomplishment, their resolve in a 3-2 victory over the St. Louis...
  • Outdoor game basks in the glow of Olympic hockey

    Outdoor game basks in the glow of Olympic hockey
    If there were a watch-dog group that monitors abuse against sports announcers, surely it would look into what NBC is doing to Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk and Pierre McGuire. For the fourth time this year, NBC is sending its lead NHL team outdoors for...
  • U.S. hockey team avoids Olympic letdown, lets loose on Slovenia

    U.S. hockey team avoids Olympic letdown, lets loose on Slovenia
    SOCHI, Russia — The U.S. hockey team scaled a mountain by defeating Russia in a shootout. Coach Dan Bylsma immediately was concerned his team might fall off a cliff emotionally the next day against a lesser foe, Olympic first-timer Slovenia. He...
  • Paul Stastny leads U.S. past Slovakia, 7-1, in Olympic men's hockey

    Paul Stastny leads U.S. past Slovakia, 7-1, in Olympic men's hockey
    SOCHI, Russia—Twenty years ago, in Slovakia’s first Winter Olympics appearance as an independent nation, Peter Stastny was given the honor of carrying the country’s flag into the opening ceremony of the Lillehammer Games. In an odd...
  • Dallas Stars have some fun with Justin Bieber and Toronto Maple Leafs

    Dallas Stars have some fun with Justin Bieber and Toronto Maple Leafs
    Wow, things have gotten so bad for Justin Bieber that he is now being subjected to insults from hockey teams. The Dallas Stars were leading the Toronto Maple Leafs, 3-1, on Thursday at Dallas when they put up a picture of Bieber's mug shot from his...
  • U.S. juniors lose to Canada, NHL prepares for Winter Classic

    Lots of hockey going on as 2013 ends...and not only in the NHL. At the world junior championships in Malmo, Sweden, Canada defeated the United States, 3-2, on Tuesday in the preliminary-round finale for both teams. Ducks prospect Nic Kerdiles of...
  • Maple Leafs edge Red Wings in shootout at NHL Winter Classic

    ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- A lot of winter. Very little classic hockey. Tyler Bozak scored the winning shootout goal and Jonathan Bernier made two saves in the heart-pounding final moments, lifting the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-2 victory over the Detroit...
  • Best American hockey player? Patrick Kane

    Best American hockey player? Patrick Kane
    Thank you, college football, for ceding New Year’s Day to the NHL, and even ceding the Big House in Ann Arbor for Maple Leafs-Red Wings. Question was, would fans be familiar with the home team playing defense in that stadium? After the game, the...
  • Angels agree to terms with pitcher Mark Mulder

    Angels agree to terms with pitcher Mark Mulder
    The Angels fortified their pitching depth Wednesday by agreeing to terms on a minor league contract with left-hander Mark Mulder. Mulder, 36, has not won a major league game since 2006. He retired in 2009, after two shoulder operations, and decided...
  • U.S. hockey goes for speed and smarts in building men's Olympic team

    Intent on building a smart, speedy squad that can transition quickly from offense to defense and back again on wide Olympic ice, Team USA executives decided that statistics mattered less than hockey sense and that a strong body of work outweighed injuries...
  • With Jonathan Quick injured, Kings' hopes rest with Ben Scrivens

    The Kings considered goaltender Ben Scrivens almost a throw-in when they acquired him from Toronto last June, with winger Matt Frattin and a second-round draft pick, for goalie Jonathan Bernier. Kings executives liked Frattin but were so unsure about...
  • NHL boosting promotional efforts with seven-part TV series

    NHL boosting promotional efforts with seven-part TV series
    After taking a big leap by expanding its menu of outdoor games to six — including a nontraditional matchup between the Kings and Ducks at Dodger Stadium — the NHL will go big in promoting its strategy by participating in a seven-part TV series...