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  • Wings greats Lidstrom, Fedorov elected to Hall of Fame

    Nicklas Lidstrom and Sergei Fedorov will be going into the Hockey Hall of Fame later this year, both first-ballot entrants. The Hall announced its class of 2015 Monday afternoon. Players are eligible after three years of retirement. The other player...
  • Former Blues defenseman Chris Pronger elected to Hockey Hall of Fame

    Defenseman Chris Pronger, who spent half of his 18-season NHL career with the Blues, winning the league's MVP award in 2000, was selected to the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Pronger was chosen in his first season of eligibility, even though he...
  • New Flyer Sam Gagner plays waiting game as team works out salary cap

    New Flyer Sam Gagner plays waiting game as team works out salary cap
    Under normal circumstances, the Flyers' search for a second-line center might have ended Saturday with the acquisition of Sam Gagner from the Arizona Coyotes. But, given the Flyers' salary cap situation, this isn't the time for standard operating...
  • Chicago Steel's Ryan Blankemeier stars on ice, in classroom

     Chicago Steel's Ryan Blankemeier stars on ice, in classroom
    When it comes to his studies, shining in the classroom is all recent Oak Park-River Forest graduate Ryan Blankemeier has ever known. "My family has always stressed academics," Blankemeier said. "Academics were something my family always valued and...
  • Brandon Saad deal just the way NHL works now

    Brandon Saad deal just the way NHL works now
    Brandon Saad wanted money. Stan Bowman didn’t have enough. See ya. The Blackhawks’ fast, tough and talented left wing was sent to the Blue Jackets. The Hawks general manager was consigned to facing hard questions about a hard decision....
  • Money issues force Blackhawks' hand in trading Brandon Saad

    Money issues force Blackhawks' hand in trading Brandon Saad
    With every powerful rush to the net and every puck battle won in the corner this season, Brandon Saad displayed the potential for just how good an NHL player he can be while also raising the price for the Blackhawks to keep him. Despite the...
  • Stan Bowman's trade of Brandon Saad made the best of a bad situation

    Stan Bowman's trade of Brandon Saad made the best of a bad situation
    Minutes after the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup at the United Center, general manager Stan Bowman embraced Brandon Saad and assured the 22-year-old forward it was the second of many championships they would win together. "He's going to be here," Bowman...
  • Flyers trade Zac Rinaldo to Bruins for draft pick

    After a draft in which he was praised, Flyers general manager Ron Hextall made his second deal in three days Monday, sending feisty left winger Zac Rinaldo to Boston for a third-round pick in the 2017 draft. Almost immediately, the Twitter hashtag...
  • Panthers tender offers to eight restricted free agents

    Panthers tender offers to eight restricted free agents
    The Florida Panthers announced that they have tendered qualifying offers to eight of their 14 restricted free agents, including forwards Jimmy Hayes and Jonathan Huberdeau. Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon indicated Saturday that he's close to tying...
  • 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...