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  • Passion For Whalers Becomes Dream Wedding

    Sean Dwyer remembers March 29, 1983 -- the day he fell in love with the Hartford Whalers. "My dad took me to my first ever Whaler game, I was 6 years old." Dwyer said. "Blaine Stoughton scored on a penalty shot with nine seconds left and the Whalers beat...
  • Wolf Pack Find Out Manchester Is Tough At Home

    Wolf Pack Find Out Manchester Is Tough At Home
    MANCHESTER, N.H. — The Manchester Monarchs compiled the best home record in the American Hockey League this season, winning 30 of 38 games at Verizon Wireless Arena. Somehow, though, the Monarchs have been even better on home ice in the...
  • Battle in front of nets key to reaching Stanley Cup final

    The NHL's hottest real estate in May is about 30 square feet in front of each goal. You have to fight to get there, and it is quite difficult to stay in place after you arrive. Anaheim got another scoring tip in a 2-1 victory over Chicago in Game 3 of...
  • Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf is happy to share (the puck) with others

    Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf is happy to share (the puck) with others
    Everywhere he has played and from just about every coach he has played for, Ryan Getzlaf has been told he should shoot the puck more often. Sometimes the Ducks' captain listens and puts aside his natural inclination to pass, usually with excellent...
  • Babcock bids emotional farewell in Detroit

    Mike Babcock stood at the front of the familiar dressing room at Joe Louis Arena, this time for something of a farewell address. He became choked up after about a minute of talking, and at one point he even held up an old newspaper from a decade ago. "I...
  • Ducks' penalty killers leave Chicago Blackhawks reeling

    Ducks' penalty killers leave Chicago Blackhawks reeling
    It requires adjustments to win a series, and the Ducks’ penalty-killing success in Game 3 was a testament to their ability to address failure. In Game 2, Anaheim surrendered two power-play goals to the Chicago Blackhawks in the game's first 6...
  • AHL Playoffs: Monarchs Draw First Blood, 3-2

    AHL Playoffs: Monarchs Draw First Blood, 3-2
    MANCHESTER, N.H. – In the first two rounds of the Calder Cup playoffs, the Hartford Wolf Pack delivered the first punch in their series, and it worked, beating Providence in the Eastern conference quarterfinals and later Hershey in the semifinals....
  • 5 things: Did Quenneville's lineup stink worse than the power play?

    5 things: Did Quenneville's lineup stink worse than the power play?
    The short version of the Blackhawks’ 2-1 loss in Game 3 of the Western Conference finals at home? The power play stunk, and so did the coach’s personnel decisions. The long version? Read the rest of the “5 things’’...
  • Ducks take control of series with 2-1 win over Chicago Blackhawks

    Ducks take control of series with 2-1 win over Chicago Blackhawks
    Bruce Boudreau has never lived the feelings the Ducks bring him with each new victory, but he is intimately familiar with what makes his team tick. So when his players ventured to the United Center on Thursday and emerged with a 2-1 victory over the...
  • Former L.A. King selling Manhattan Beach home built for a Laker

    Former L.A. King selling Manhattan Beach home built for a Laker
    Former Los Angeles Kings left wing Alexander Frolov has put his home in Manhattan Beach on the market for $2.995 million. The Mediterranean-style residence, on a corner lot near Mira Costa High School, was built for former Los Angeles Lakers forward...
  • ASK IRA: Are Heat positioned to eventually make run at Cavs?

    ASK IRA: Are Heat positioned to eventually make run at Cavs?
      -------------------- May 22, 2015 Q: Assuming the Cavaliers win the Eastern Conference, the road back to the NBA Finals will run through Cleveland. Pat Riley painfully remembers the time it went through Michael Jordan and Chicago. That being said,...