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  • UConn Will Add A Top Hockey Prospect To Its Defense

    UConn Will Add A Top Hockey Prospect To Its Defense
    The UConn hockey team has added Joe Masonius, a highly touted defenseman from Spring Lake, N.J., to its recruiting class for next season, according to a source. Masonius spent last season with the U.S. National Under-18 team, based in Ann Arbor, Mich.,...
  • Flyers sign goalie Neuvirth as Mason's backup

    The Flyers signed backup goalie Michal Neuvirth on Wednesday and gained an insurance policy in case starter Steve Mason has another injury-plagued season. Both goalies were selected in the 2006 draft. Neuvirth was chosen by Washington in the second round...
  • Flyers sign Neuvirth as backup goaltender

    Flyers sign Neuvirth as backup goaltender
    It didn’t take long for Flyers general manager Ron Hextall to get his backup goaltender situation resolved. Just an hour after NHL free agency opened at noon on Wednesday, Hextall came to terms on a two-year contract with goaltender Michal...
  • Rangers Sign 5 As Free Agents

    The New York Rangers have signed defenseman Raphael Diaz and forwards Jayson Megna, Matt Lindblad, Viktor Stalberg and Brian Gibbons as free agents. Rangers president Glen Sather announced the moves on Wednesday as the NHL kicked off free agency....
  • Sharks sign defenseman Paul Martin

    SAN JOSE, Calif. The Sharks made their first move at the start of the NHL's unrestricted free-agency period, agreeing to sign defenseman Paul Martin to a four-year contract Wednesday. ESPN first reported the deal is worth $19.4 million with an annual...
  • Panthers GM Tallon would rather promote from within than overpay free agents

    Panthers GM Tallon would rather promote from within than overpay free agents
    The only noise coming out of BB&T Center Wednesday on the opening day of free agency was a roller-hockey game played below where the ice used to be. Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon predicted a quiet start to free agency, but library quiet?...
  • Blackhawks sign forward Viktor Tikhonov to 1-year deal

    Blackhawks sign forward Viktor Tikhonov to 1-year deal
    With little money to spend, the Chicago Blackhawks have to think outside the box during NHL free agency, which began Wednesday morning. Along those lines, the Blackhawks thought outside of the country when they inked 27-year-old winger Viktor Tikhonov...
  • Blackhawks trade Saad to Blue Jackets

    The Chicago Blackhawks said all along that Brandon Saad would be back next season. Right up until Tuesday afternoon. With contract talks at a stalemate on the eve of NHL free agency, the Stanley Cup champions parted with Saad in a seven-player deal with...
  • Sharks acquire goalie Martin Jones from Bruins

    SAN JOSE, Calif. The Sharks on Tuesday found the goalie they were looking for, acquiring Martin Jones from the Boston Bruins for San Jose's first-round pick next season and forward prospect Sean Kuraly. Jones, 25, played a combined 34 games for the Kings...
  • U.S. 'slotted' for title game

    U.S. 'slotted' for title game
    MONTREAL (AP) — Carli Lloyd buried a penalty kick, Hope Solo got another shutout and the United States beat top-ranked Germany 2-0 on Tuesday night to advance to the title match at the Women's World Cup. Lloyd's penalty kick in the 69th minute...
  • Carli Lloyd leads U.S. into women's World Cup final

    Carli Lloyd leads U.S. into women's World Cup final
    For three weeks the U.S. has been looking to put its stamp on this Women's World Cup. Tuesday it fell to Carli Lloyd to make that happen. Lloyd didn't miss the chance, scoring one goal on a penalty kick and setting up the other in a 2-0 semifinal...