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  • NHL playoff Picks: Can Flyers or Rangers go deep?

     
    Some things in the NHL playoffs are guarantees. Penguins star Sidney Crosby will again grow a pathetic mustache and make annoying whiny faces when he’s hit. His teammate, goalie Marc-Andre Fleury, will implode at some point and let up seven......
  • Sochi Games: Hockey semifinalists ready to put NHL friendships on hold

    Sochi Games: Hockey semifinalists ready to put NHL friendships on hold
    SOCHI, Russia -- Drew Doughty threw down the gauntlet as far as who wins bragging rights should he and Team Canada defeat his Kings teammates Jonathan Quick and Dustin Brown of Team USA in Friday’s Olympic tournament semifinal, but Quick wasn’...
  • Sochi Olympics: Czechs beat Slovakia to earn hockey matchup with U.S.

    Sochi Olympics: Czechs beat Slovakia to earn hockey matchup with U.S.
    SOCHI, Russia -- The U.S. men’s hockey team will face the Czech Republic on Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the Sochi Olympics hockey tournament. The U.S., seeded No. 2, earned a bye into the quarterfinals by winning its preliminary-round group....
  • Sochi Olympics: Russian hockey dream fizzles in loss to Finland

    Sochi Olympics: Russian hockey dream fizzles in loss to Finland
    SOCHI, Russia -- Before the Olympic hockey tournament began, Russian superstar Alexander Ovechkin joked that if his country were to prevail at the sport it once dominated internationally, “it means gold only costs $50 billion,” the price tag...
  • Teemu Selanne injury not believed serious in Finland's rout of Austria

    Teemu Selanne injury not believed serious in Finland's rout of Austria
    SOCHI, Russia -- Finland got a bit more of a challenge than it expected in its Olympic hockey opener against Austria on Thursday, giving up a goal 36 seconds into the game and trailing twice in the first period before pulling away to an 8-4 victory at the...
  • Justin Timberlake review: Bringing sexy style back

    Justin Timberlake review: Bringing sexy style back
    We’re all desperate to find the next MJ. LeBron James gets it, and so does Justin Timberlake. ¬†One night before he performs in the room where James pursues the legend of Michael Jordan, Timberlake was not shy about invoking the memory of pop deity...
  • Olympics: U.S. falls short against Canada in women's hockey

    Olympics: U.S. falls short against Canada in women's hockey
    SOCHI, Russia¬†— Canadian women's hockey Coach Kevin Dineen has seen his share of rivalries during 18 seasons in the NHL followed by nearly another decade as a coach. After Canada pulled off an edge-of-your-seat 3-2 victory over the U.S. at...
  • 10 games, 19 days, a whole lot of Hawks chaos

    10 games, 19 days, a whole lot of Hawks chaos
    It's a 10-game, 19-day sprint to the end of the regular season for the Blackhawks, and their potential playoff pairing remains up for grabs. As they chase St. Louis and fend off Colorado, here's what to expect from the final five-plus-five. TUESDAY...
  • Some good clubs will be out of NHL playoffs early

    The Colorado Avalanche rose from the dregs of a 29th-place finish last season to win the Central Division title, and the St. Louis Blues collapsed late in the regular season and lost their chance to finish atop the Central, Western Conference and the...
  • NHL playoff preview: Breaking down the first-round matchups

    One season under the NHL’s realigned conference setup probably was enough for Eastern teams to veto future additions from the West. The Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets, who moved from the West to the East before this season, won...
  • Flyers working hard to recapture some of their past glory

    Flyers working hard to recapture some of their past glory
    PHILADELPHIA — Reminders of the Flyers' past are inescapable in and around the Wells Fargo Center. Photographs from the Broad Street Bullies era hang in the locker room, and a photo montage of Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Bob Kelly, Joe Watson and...