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Hockey (music group)

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  • Bjugstad reminisces about Minnesota High School Hockey Tournament

    For all that comes with playing in the NHL, there's still some things that make the professionals feel like little kids. Mention the Minnesota High School State Hockey Tournament to Panthers center Nick Bjugstad. All of a sudden, the 6-6 giant instantly...
  • Q&A: Russian Circles

    Q&A: Russian Circles
    Instru-metal trio Russian Circles long has been a heavyweight presence in the local scene, releasing five albums, including last year's monstrous "Memorial," over the course of its decade together. Now that the band has both a burger and a beer to its...
  • Kings hold another Stanley Cup parade through L.A.

    Kings hold another Stanley Cup parade through L.A.
    They came to raise a glass to a Cup, again, to toast a game played on ice in a city where it no longer rains, much less snows. They lined the metal barricades 20 deep, shoulder to shoulder in black jerseys. They were tatted homies, mustachioed hipsters,...
  • Kings-Blackhawks Game 7 on NBC Sports Network Sets NHL Non-Cup Final Audience Record

    NBC Sports Network's coverage of the Game 7 overtime thriller on Sunday night between the Los Angeles Kings and Chicago Blackhawks has set a U.S. record for a non-Cup Final game in the National Hockey League. Nielsen estimates that NBCSN averaged 4.137...
  • A Closer Look At History Made By UConn Hockey And Goalie Matt Grogan

    Asked how he was feeling Wednesday, Matt Grogan said, “A little sore, but it’s definitely worth it.” Grogan, the senior goalie for the UConn hockey team, made 58 saves Tuesday night as the Huskies defeated No. 9 Providence on the road,...
  • Sochi Olympics TV: Yuna Kim, Gracie Gold and the figure-skating chase

    Sochi Olympics TV: Yuna Kim, Gracie Gold and the figure-skating chase
    For most viewers, Olympic figure skating can be a subjective and murky sport, the difference between medals and also-ran status found in small gradations not visible to the naked eye. But in Wednesday night’s prime-time short skate from Sochi,...
  • Connecticut's Musical Roots Began With Voices, Instruments Weren't Allowed

    Connecticut's Musical Roots Began With Voices, Instruments Weren't Allowed
    Are we inherently a musical state? At the very least, we seem to have always been a state that likes to sing. During the Colonial and Revolutionary days, we did most of our singing in church. And we took our church singing very seriously....
  • Women's notebook: Even if Terps don't reign, they still rule NCAA history

    Women's notebook: Even if Terps don't reign, they still rule NCAA history
    Top-seeded Maryland rolls into the NCAA tournament looking to extend some of the most impressive streaks in any college sport. The Terps are in the NCAA tournament for a record 30th time and 25th consecutive time. No other women's lacrosse team has...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport local pro roundup: Admirals stay alive with OT goal, force Game 6

    Hockey: Don't write off the Norfolk Admirals just yet. They'll be back on a plane to Newfoundland, about 2,000 miles away, with their American Hockey League playoff hopes still alive. Andre Petersson scored on a blue-line shot 13:10 into overtime...
  • Dustin Brown is confident he will play in Kings' opener next week

    Dustin Brown is confident he will play in Kings' opener next week
    With the Kings heading off to the gambling capital of the world, Las Vegas, for two exhibitions, it almost seemed appropriate to ask a percentage-based question. Kings captain Dustin Brown continues to improve in his recovery from a hamstring injury...
  • 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...