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  • Montreal's Carey Price cleans up with four major NHL awards

    Montreal's Carey Price cleans up with four major NHL awards
    Jiri Hudler did what most people want to do when they are wearing uncomfortable shoes at a formal event. He took them off. So what if he was at the NHL awards show on Wednesday night? The Calgary Flames forward won the Lady Byng Trophy — given...
  • Panthers' Aaron Ekblad wins Calder Trophy as rookie of the year

    Panthers' Aaron Ekblad wins Calder Trophy as rookie of the year
    Perhaps the only milestone missing from Panthers teenage defenseman Aaron Ekblad's remarkable rookie season was playoff experience and lifting the Stanley Cup. Wait, he's only 19. But that didn't stop Ekblad from strolling across the stage at the MGM...
  • Panthers defenseman Aaron Ekblad vying for Calder Trophy as league's best rookie

    Panthers defenseman Aaron Ekblad vying for Calder Trophy as league's best rookie
    Panthers teenage defenseman Aaron Ekblad may not be old enough to gamble in the MGM Grand, but he certainly proved he can hold his own with grown men on the ice during a rookie season filled with gaudy milestones. That's why Ekblad has an excellent...
  • Panthers looking for goalie of the future to succeed Luongo

    Panthers looking for goalie of the future to succeed Luongo
    It's no secret that the major reason for the Panthers NHL-best net 25-point improvement this season emanated from the net and the return of goalie Roberto Luongo to All-Star form. That said, Luongo, who enjoyed his best statistical season since 2010,...
  • Las Vegas welcomes NHL for awards, meetings

    With talk of expansion to Las Vegas percolating, the city welcomes the NHL this week for another awards show while general managers and the board of governors set the league's short- and long-term future. This is the first time the general managers are...
  • TD Garden would host Olympic basketball finals, gymnastics

    Boston's TD Garden has been named as the preferred venue for Olympic and Paralympic basketball finals and Olympic gymnastics and trampoline if Boston is named the host city for the 2024 Summer Games. Boston Mayor Martin Walsh and Boston 2024...
  • Jeff Jacobs: Hartford Whalers Alumni All Over Pro Hockey Coaching Ranks

    Jeff Jacobs: Hartford Whalers Alumni All Over Pro Hockey Coaching Ranks
    In a dash of hockey serendipity, the last coach in Ray Ferraro's 19-season NHL career turned out to be longtime Whalers teammate Joel Quenneville. It was March 2002 and Ferraro was traded at the deadline to the St. Louis Blues by the Atlanta Thrashers....
  • Stanley Cup Final is 2nd most-watched on record

    This year's Stanley Cup Final is the second most-watched on record. The series won by the Chicago Blackhawks over the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games averaged nearly 5.6 million viewers on NBC and NBCSN. It trails only the six-game 2013 series between...
  • After another Stanley Cup, Blackhawks now must do the job off the ice

    After another Stanley Cup, Blackhawks now must do the job off the ice
    The Blackhawks' journey to their third Stanley Cup championship in six seasons ended Monday with a boisterous celebration on the ice at the United Center followed by festivities that spilled into the wee hours Tuesday morning, leaking distinctive aromas...
  • Blackhawks focused on their own game, not who's in net for Lightning

    Blackhawks focused on their own game, not who's in net for Lightning
    It makes no difference to the Chicago Blackhawks whether it's Ben Bishop or Andrei Vasilevskiy in goal for the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday night at Amalie Arena for Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. The teams split the first four games, with each...
  • Saved footage from Freddie Gray arrest and unrest limiting city's camera capacity

    Saved footage from Freddie Gray arrest and unrest limiting city's camera capacity
    A decision to save surveillance video of Freddie Gray's arrest and the subsequent unrest in the city has significantly reduced the storage capacity of some cameras on Baltimore's closed-circuit system — shrinking the window during which police may...