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  • Frederik Andersen maintains his confidence, as do his Ducks teammates

    Frederik Andersen maintains his confidence, as do his Ducks teammates
    Every good goaltender takes every goal scored against him as a personal insult. The best goalies learn to quickly forget the ones that got away, knowing they can't waste energy brooding over events they can't change. Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen let...
  • State water polo notebook: Nathan Henderson applies finishing touches

    State water polo notebook: Nathan Henderson applies finishing touches
    The biggest goals of Nathan Henderson's boys water polo career were the last two of Lyons' season. With the Lions leading by one, the senior from La Grange scored twice to cap Lyons' 9-6 win over Stevenson in the state championship game on Saturday, May...
  • How Blackhawks manage the chaos of broken sticks

    How Blackhawks manage the chaos of broken sticks
    On the Blackhawks bench, equipment manager Troy Parchman has the extra sticks lined up in a precise order. First are the centers' sticks, then Parchman has the sticks lined up in numerical order going away from him. Each stick has its own...
  • Tommy Kaptur, Jack Linden hoist Lyons' state water polo trophy again

     Tommy Kaptur, Jack Linden hoist Lyons' state water polo trophy again
    Seniors Tommy Kaptur and Jack Linden were a couple of seldom-used reserve freshmen when Lyons won its only previous state boys water polo championship in 2012. Kaptur and Linden made much larger impacts on Saturday, May 23, when Lyons beat the host...
  • Hitchcock will return as Blues coach

    The Blues will retain Ken Hitchcock as their coach for the 2015-16 season, as the sides agreed to a one-year contract on Tuesday. Hitchcock's status has been up in the air since the team's first round exit from the Stanley Cup playoffs, when they lost in...
  • Beleskey scores in OT, Ducks beat Chicago 5-4 in wild Game 5

    The Anaheim Ducks stumbled back to their dressing room after regulation in disbelief. Jonathan Toews had just scored two improbable goals in 72 seconds, and Game 5 of the Western Conference finals was headed into an overtime where everything seemed tilted...
  • Going against the grain nothing new for Hextall

    Going against the grain nothing new for Hextall
    On the surface, it looks like a risky move. Somewhat unproven general manager hires somewhat untested coach. Yet no one should be all that surprised that Ron Hextall went in a completely unconventional direction in naming Dave Hakstol to run his...
  • Penn State's 2015-16 hockey schedule includes games in four NHL arenas

    Penn State's 2015-16 hockey schedule includes games in four NHL arenas
    Penn State's 2015-16 men's hockey schedules includes visits to Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and New York as well as a new series with Notre Dame. Penn State announced the 36-game scheduled Tuesday, which features 18 home games at the Pegula Ice Arena. The...
  • Blackhawks' stirring rally negated by flat first period, devastating finish

    Blackhawks' stirring rally negated by flat first period, devastating finish
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — Nobody in a sparse Blackhawks dressing room said it. Nobody in a white Indian-head sweater would dare show it. But any veteran observer of Chicago sports sensed it Monday night at the Honda Center, from the hushed tones of...
  • Blackhawks storm back twice, fall in overtime

    Blackhawks storm back twice, fall in overtime
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Blackhawks simply ran out of miracles. After staging a pair of dramatic comebacks — including one in the final two minutes of regulation — the Hawks find themselves on the brink of elimination after falling to the...
  • Jonathan Toews nearly saves day for Blackhawks single-handedly

    Jonathan Toews nearly saves day for Blackhawks single-handedly
    ANAHEIM, Calif. — For three-plus games, Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews tangled with the best the Ducks had to offer, chief among them his nemesis of playoffs past — confrontational center Ryan Kesler. And for three-plus games, Toews had...