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  • Leddy trade big chance for 3 Hawks defensemen

    Leddy trade big chance for 3 Hawks defensemen
    The stall nearest the door in the Blackhawks' dressing room at their practice facility belonged to Nick Leddy the last couple of years. On Sunday, Leddy's nameplate had been replaced by rookie Trevor van Riemsdyk's as the team moved on without a key...
  • Blackhawks keep two newcomers on final roster, prepare for opener in Dallas

    Blackhawks keep two newcomers on final roster, prepare for opener in Dallas
    With a 4 p.m. NHL roster deadline looming Tuesday, the Blackhawks pared down to a 23-man lineup compliant with the salary cap. The team will enter the regular season, which starts Thursday, with 13 forwards, eight defensemen and two goalies.  The...
  • Women's Sled Hockey A Growing Sport For Disabled Athletes

    Women's Sled Hockey A Growing Sport For Disabled Athletes
    As the USA Women's Sled Hockey spent time training in Connecticut this weekend, the focus was somewhat divided. The team is preparing for the first IPC Ice Sledge Hockey Women's International Championship Nov. 7-9 in Ontario. It's a marquee tournament...
  • A New Life After The Nightmare Of Discovering Her Slain Family At Age 10

    A New Life After The Nightmare Of Discovering Her Slain Family At Age 10
    Her mother comes to her on good days and bad. The dragonflies that flit above the marshlands. The out-of-place, red heart shape outlined in the dark green leaf she found at the zoo. They're all signs from your mother, her Aunt Nancy has told her...
  • Ex-USC assistant Todd McNair seeks vindication from Reggie Bush saga

    Ex-USC assistant Todd McNair seeks vindication from Reggie Bush saga
    Todd McNair is not coaching college or pro football, but the former USC assistant is trying to keep his hand in the sport. As the defamation lawsuit he filed against the NCAA three years ago makes its way through the court system, McNair is drawing up...
  • Do we need corporal punishment?

    Do we need corporal punishment?
    You think Marine Corps boot camp is tough? In the old days it was much tougher. Drill instructors often corrected recruits by kicking them, punching them or hitting them with sticks. Broken jaws and bloody noses were not unusual. But in 1957, the...
  • Donald Sterling scandal: Sports law experts weigh in

    Donald Sterling scandal: Sports law experts weigh in
    Gabe Feldman, director of the Sports Law Program at Tulane University, said potential discipline for Clippers owner Donald Sterling in the wake of racist remarks Sterling purportedly made would be limited to a suspension and a fine of up to $1 million....
  • Donald Sterling could tie Clippers sale up in court

    Donald Sterling could tie Clippers sale up in court
    If NBA owners ultimately vote to oust Donald Sterling and the embattled Clippers boss decides to fight back, the resulting litigation could drag on for years and set a precedent for American professional sports, legal experts said Wednesday. While...
  • Ray Rice pleads not guilty to Atlantic City assault charges

    Ray Rice pleads not guilty to Atlantic City assault charges
    —Ravens running back Ray Rice rejected a plea offer Thursday that would spare him jail time on charges that he assaulted his then-fiancee, and instead asked the court to put him in a program under which he could eventually clear his record. With...
  • With session over, O'Malley more free to focus on 2016

    With session over, O'Malley more free to focus on 2016
    His final legislative session is over, but Gov. Martin O'Malley is unlikely to have a restful last nine months in office. As he weighs whether to seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2016, political observers and those who have faced the same...
  • Why colleges fail at investigating and punishing sex crimes

     Why colleges fail at investigating and punishing sex crimes
    When my mom entered the University of Oregon in the late 1950s, a "housemother" made nightly doorjamb patrols after the 11 p.m. lights-out. Dorms were strictly segregated by gender, and opportunities for drinking alcohol and having sex were minimal...