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  • Pluses and minuses around the NHL

    Pluses and minuses around the NHL
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses around the NHL from the past week. + The legend of Ottawa Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond, nicknamed "Hamburglar" at Bowling Green for his ability to steal games, continues to grow. On...
  • Swarming to Task, They Really Can Win This

    INDIANAPOLIS — Just when everyone thought they had UCLA's number, the Bruins changed it. Turned the Final Four into the Indy 500. Filled the RCA Dome with a scalding roar and covered LSU with skid marks. Jordan Farmar flew into the corners, Luc...
  • Blackhawks can't trade for what they really need

    Blackhawks can't trade for what they really need
    It’s their heads or their hearts. Maybe both. Either way, the Blackhawks are stinking it up these days. Get them a brain scan. Schedule an EKG. Figure it out because the Hawks apparently are incapable of preparing properly for a game and are...
  • Blackhawks' defense more to blame than Corey Crawford for pathetic effort

    Blackhawks' defense more to blame than Corey Crawford for pathetic effort
    With derision the Blackhawks deserved after sleepwalking through the first two periods of Sunday's 6-2 loss to the Bruins, the United Center crowd of 22,104 booed perhaps the worst performance witnessed all winter in this building. And that's saying...
  • The art and science of hockey bench management

     The art and science of hockey bench management
    It is a ballet. And a kind of speed chess. It has a basic pattern. But it also has improvisation, created by the coaches' tactical decisions. It has straightforward movement and seemingly chaotic swirl. Bodies leap over boards or race in and out of...
  • Steve Montador's death should prod NHL to ban fighting altogether

    On the Instagram account of Blackhawks forward Daniel Carcillo, a smiling photo of late NHL defenseman Steve Montador with friends accompanies a caption that summed up sentiments around the league. "The time we shared made me wiser, stronger, more...
  • Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof

    Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof
    After a good start carried them to the top of the Pacific Division, the Ducks understandably slipped into cruise control in early February. "It's a tough time of year whether you're at the bottom or the top. When you're at the top it's almost tougher,"...
  • White House visit might help Kings mentally move forward

    Shaved, shorn and suavely suited, Kings players and staffers gathered onstage in the White House East room Monday and smiled politely as President Obama joked how unfortunate it was that they had defeated his hometown Chicago Blackhawks on the way to...
  • Kings get points only for good effort in 3-1 loss at Boston

    Kings get points only for good effort in 3-1 loss at Boston
    If the Kings deserved an "A" for effort in a gritty 3-1 loss to the Boston Bruins on Saturday at the TD Garden — and they competed hard and fearlessly against a team whose size, physicality and defensive structure echoes their own — goaltender...
  • NHL at midseason: Unpredictability has made for great drama

    Rule changes and modifications intended to increase scoring did little to pump up goal production during the first half of the season, a point the NHL passed Saturday. Through Saturday's action (624 games) the goals-per-game average was 5.36,...
  • Stanley Cup champion Kings aren't satisfied treading water at midseason

    Stanley Cup champion Kings aren't satisfied treading water at midseason
    Only occasionally this season has General Manager Dean Lombardi seen the Kings resemble the group that blended a strong work ethic, forbidding goaltending and staunch defense to win the Stanley Cup twice in three seasons. "There's been pockets where...