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  • 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...
  • Karmanos Might Be Villain In Hartford, But He's Revered Elsewhere

    Karmanos Might Be Villain In Hartford, But He's Revered Elsewhere
    In Greater Detroit, he is considered an innovator and legend in the world of youth hockey. In North Carolina's Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Triangle, he is revered for bringing the National Hockey League to the region. In Central Connecticut? Eighteen...
  • Free agents who may be on Panthers' shopping list

    Free agents who may be on Panthers' shopping list
    Top four forwards The Panthers are still looking for depth and scoring on right side but won't overpay for what's out there. They could go for two-year rental with experience. RW Justin Williams, 33 (Kings): The 2014 Conn Smythe Trophy winner, who...
  • On eve of free-agency period, NHL teams taking care of business

    On eve of free-agency period, NHL teams taking care of business
    The NHL free-agent season opens Wednesday with two Kings, winger Justin Williams and defenseman Andrej Sekera, plus two Ducks, defenseman Francois Beauchemin and forward Matt Beleskey, leading the list of available players. It is, by most measures, an...
  • Carli Lloyd Again Comes Through; U.S. Advances To World Cup Final

    Carli Lloyd Again Comes Through; U.S. Advances To World Cup Final
    MONTREAL — 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 went into...
  • Ducks acquire defenseman Kevin Bieksa from Canucks

    Ducks acquire defenseman Kevin Bieksa from Canucks
    After Francois Beauchemin informed the Ducks he could find a richer deal in free agency, the team reacted Tuesday by acquiring veteran defenseman Kevin Bieksa from the Vancouver Canucks for a second-round draft pick in the 2016 draft. The Ducks also...
  • 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...
  • Blackhawks goalie Scott Darling brings Stanley Cup home

    Blackhawks goalie Scott Darling brings Stanley Cup home
    Throughout the countless stops Scott Darling made during his journey to the NHL, the Blackhawks goaltender never forgot where he came from. So when it was his day with the Stanley Cup, Darling brought it to Lemont. "I call this home — I always...
  • Hawks part with Brandon Saad in 7-player trade

    Hawks part with Brandon Saad in 7-player trade
    Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman said less than two weeks ago that he was hopeful the team would keep restricted free agent Brandon Saad. Guess that didn't work out. The Hawks dealt the 22-year-old budding star to Columbus in a trade involving...
  • Will Graham Knott turn out like Blackhawks' last pick at No. 54?

     Will Graham Knott turn out like Blackhawks' last pick at No. 54?
    In 2002, the Blackhawks had the 54th pick of the NHL draft. The player they selected didn't join the club until 2005, but when he did, things seemed to work out OK. Thirteen years later, defenseman Duncan Keith was hoisting his third Stanley Cup and his...
  • Blackhawks' run has exceeded even John McDonough's lofty expectations

     Blackhawks' run has exceeded even John McDonough's lofty expectations
    In the aftermath of the Blackhawks' third Stanley Cup in six seasons, team President John McDonough discusses the organization's remarkable success in the eight years since he was hired by Chairman Rocky Wirtz. Three Stanley Cups in six seasons, could...