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  • Helene Elliott's NHL pluses and minuses

    Helene Elliott's NHL pluses and minuses
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the last week: + The Ottawa Senators moved into a playoff spot Monday for the first time since late November on the strength of their seventh straight win and ninth in their...
  • Stars keep slim playoff hopes alive by defeating Sabres

    DALLAS Sitting on the precipice of certain disaster, the Dallas Stars somehow fought back to beat the Buffalo Sabres, 4-3, Monday night to keep alive some very slim playoff hopes. A victory against the worst team in the NHL is hardly reason for...
  • Wild stretches road winning streak to nine, beats Maple Leafs

    TORONTO As successful as the Wild has been on the road since Devan Dubnyk arrived in Minnesota in January, it's not like the Wild keeps strutting into arenas and trouncing its opponents. The Wild has grinded out road win after road win this second half,...
  • Sharks lose to Senators, 5-2

    OTTAWA, Ontario Whatever playoff hopes the Sharks were still holding onto took yet another hit Monday night with a 5-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators. The Sharks offense was limited to goals 29 seconds apart in the second period by Joe Pavelski and Chris...
  • Blackhawks outlast Hurricanes, 3-1

    RALEIGH, N.C. The Carolina Hurricanes continue to compete hard and well against some of the NHL's best teams. The Canes just can't find a way to beat them. The Hurricanes battled the Chicago Blackhawks Monday, putting 44 shots on goalie Corey Crawford...
  • Kings hope Mike Richards can give them a competitive edge

    Kings hope Mike Richards can give them a competitive edge
    The Kings should have shed Mike Richards' contract during last summer's final compliance-buyout period, but General Manager Dean Lombardi wanted to keep his core group together and willingly believed Richards' promises to improve his fitness. Whether...
  • Ron Cook: Penguins would be smart to clean up their act

    So what was more surprising Saturday night? That the Penguins actually scored three goals and won a game against the lousy Arizona Coyotes? Or that they didn't whine to the referees over every call and no-call? It's a tough choice. You know how poorly...
  • Stepan, Rangers break out of slumps in 7-2 rout of Ducks

    Derek Stepan broke out of a long slump with two goals and an assist, and the New York Rangers caught the Western Conference-leading Anaheim Ducks atop the NHL standings with a 7-2 rout Sunday night. Stepan, who had no points in his previous 12 games,...
  • Ducks get embarrassed by Rangers, 7-2, on national TV

    Ducks get embarrassed by Rangers, 7-2, on national TV
    Playing the defending Eastern Conference champion in a nationally televised game, the Ducks' showcase night deteriorated into embarrassment Sunday. The New York Rangers, riding two goals from Derek Stepan and three assists from Keith Yandle, torched...
  • Boys hockey: Glenbrook North outlasts Benet for Blackhawk Cup

    Boys hockey: Glenbrook North outlasts Benet for Blackhawk Cup
    After 76 games, and 51 minutes into the 77th, Glenbrook North hockey coach Evan Poulakidas decided to make a change. Junior forward Joe Day had skated well all day. Senior forward Eric Doar labored in obscurity, as usual, with few stat-sheet tangibles...
  • In lacrosse, Northwestern women beat No. 5 Syracuse

    In lacrosse, Northwestern women beat No. 5 Syracuse
    Kelly Amonte Hiller gave senior defender Jess Carroll the biggest assignment of her Northwestern lacrosse career Sunday. Carroll was asked to shut down Syracuse’s Kayla Treanor, the reigning Atlantic Coast Conference offensive player of the year,...