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  • Here's one bleepin' thing the Dolphins do best

    Here's one bleepin' thing the Dolphins do best
    Hey, ref! "Bleep!" There, I feel so much better now. How do you feel about swearing at sporting events? Does buying a ticket also give you the right to use language you would never use in church? Or does the guy who bought a ticket and unfortunately...
  • Four questions Panthers need to answer in training camp

    As the Panthers get set to begin their 21st training camp on Thursday, it seems like 2011 all over again when General Manager Dale Tallon brought in a busload of free-agent veterans with Stanley Cup rings in their trophy case to complement some young...
  • Panthers sweep three games to win Rookie Tournament in Nashville

    The Panthers prospects completed a three-game sweep in the Rookie Tournament by downing the Lightning 6-3 Tuesday morning at the Ford Ice Center, just outside of Nashville. In a well-balanced attack, the Panthers got an unassisted power-play goal from...
  • Rookie Vincent Trocheck hopes to force Panthers to keep him on opening-night roster

    Panthers forward Sean Bergenheim, a first-round draft pick in 2002, certainly will never forget his first rookie camp with the Islanders. "I remember in the first [rookie] game against Philadelphia we had eight fights in the first five minutes,'' laughed...
  • NHL Hall of Famer Denis Potvin impressed by top pick Aaron Ekblad

    NHL Hall of Famer Denis Potvin impressed by top pick Aaron Ekblad
    As Panthers rookie defenseman Aaron Ekblad dug the puck out of the corner during a half-ice drill during the first prospects practice Friday morning at the team facility, all eyes were on him, particularly an interested set owned by NHL legend Denis...
  • NHL appoints new discipline czar

    NHL release The National Hockey League announced today that Stephane Quintal has been named Senior Vice President of Player Safety.   Quintal had been serving in that role on an interim basis since April 11, 2014, when Brendan Shanahan left his...
  • Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention

    Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention
    Lawmakers, having cured all else that ails us, have now turned their high beams on this Dodgers TV standoff. I suspect relief is just years away. Not that we don't applaud their efforts this week. First, they called on the Federal Communications...
  • Panthers enforcer Thornton has soft side

    Panthers enforcer Thornton has soft side
    To paint a fair picture of Shawn Thornton, the Panthers' newest enforcer-type forward, an artist would need a wide brush. Thornton will be the first to admit that his hands are most effective when balled into fists, and that he has molded a solid, 11-...
  • Bruins, Krejci finalize six-year extension

    The Sports Xchange Bruins, Krejci finalize six-year extension The Boston Bruins and forward David Krejci have agreed to a six-year extension through the 2020-21 season, the team announced Thursday. The deal is worth $43.5 million. He has one year...
  • NHL roundup: Moore-Bertuzzi civil lawsuit settled

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Moore-Bertuzzi civil lawsuit settled Ten years after Todd Bertuzzi attacked former Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Moore, Moore's civil case officially has been settled. There had been reports the past few weeks that...
  • Little Leaguers captivate even those blasé about baseball

    Little Leaguers captivate even those blasé about baseball
    In 1975, there were maybe 20 Associated Press staffers in Pennsylvania, and only one of them disliked baseball, so just guess which one the AP sent to Williamsport to cover the Little League World Series. That was the year a team from Lakewood, N.J.,...