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  • Kings' Colin Fraser returns to practice

    Colin Fraser has that secret, that certain veteran savvy, to know what would happen if he made a play. Or, in this case, did not. And so, the Kings center didn't back off when faced with a bigger and stronger Frazer McLaren of the Maple Leafs last...
  • With Jonathan Quick injured, Kings' hopes rest with Ben Scrivens

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  • One more to go for Kings, Ducks before stadium game

    One more to go for Kings, Ducks before stadium game
    Their Dodger Stadium game will certainly be historic, with KISS in concert, beach volleyball to the side and an expected sellout crowd watching hockey in the open (and warm) air. But Thursday night's prequel to Saturday's NHL Stadium Series event,...
  • Injuries are plentiful when looking at Team USA hockey roster

    Injuries are plentiful when looking at Team USA hockey roster
    The men who will wear the red, white and blue of Team USA at the Sochi Olympics have been sporting a lot of black and blue this season. Injuries have clouded the medal prospects for the Americans, who will bring back the core of a team that won the...
  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in your seat; what do you do now?

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has stolen your seat. What do you do? It's a packed football stadium. He's eating wings. He's famous for his foul mouth, his ability to move quickly despite his large frame, and his admitted use of crack. Would you be a little...
  • Want a Stanley Cup? Impress the Hawks first

    Want a Stanley Cup? Impress the Hawks first
    Being the new guy is never easy. Especially when your roster is packed with NHL All-Stars, Olympic medalists and Stanley Cup champions. That's what Blackhawks newbies Ben Smith, Michael Kostka and Brandon Pirri are going through now. However, so far...
  • Several Flyers on hot seat as new season begins

     
    Dust off those orange and black jerseys – the Philadelphia Flyers are back. They begin a promising new season Wednesday, Oct. 2 against the revamped Toronto Maple Leafs. The Flyers should be better than last season when they missed the......
  • NHL TV schedule 2013-14

     
    NHL TV schedule 2013-14: U.S. national TV schedule for NHL games on NBC Sports Network, NBC and NHL Network. The NHL is making up for lost time after last season’s lockout, with division realignment, Olympic rivalries and expansion of marquee...
  • Kings optimistic about Willie Mitchell; rookie camps open Thursday

    Kings optimistic about Willie Mitchell; rookie camps open Thursday
    Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell, who missed all of last season because of knee problems, is expected to be ready when the team opens training camp next week in El Segundo. Players are scheduled to report for physicals Sept. 11 and take to the ice the...
  • Toronto: Bill Condon Sees Relief at 'The Fifth Estate' Premiere

    At the world premiere of "The Fifth Estate" and opening of the Toronto Film Festival, Bill Condon's overwhelming emotion was relief. "We just finished it a minute ago," the director admitted after the screening ended at Toronto's Roy Thomson Hall. "I'm...
  • Ben Scrivens, Kings shut out the Panthers, 3-0

    SUNRISE, Fla. -- Kings Coach Darryl Sutter said that backup goalie Ben Scrivens would get his first start this season at some point on this four-game trip. Some point arrived Sunday afternoon. And it made total sense. Scrivens has excellent career...
  • The coach -- and the curse

    The coach -- and the curse
    The celebration might have seemed premature, even a tad in bad taste, when upon finishing the 1966-67 season in first place, the Blackhawks wildly sprayed each other with champagne while Coach Billy Reay screamed: "We buried Muldoon!" It was the era...