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  • Perry's tiebreaker propels Anaheim Ducks past LA Kings 4-2

    Facing a two-goal deficit and a 112-minute scoring drought heading into the third period against their biggest rivals, the Anaheim Ducks realized their whole season might be affected by the way they finished Friday night. Corey Perry and the Ducks did...
  • Those are some big 'ifs' the Blackhawks picked up

    Those are some big 'ifs' the Blackhawks picked up
    If a defenseman who’s about to turn 40 can overcome blood clots in both lungs and his right leg ... I have to tell you, I never thought that kind of sentence would reflect a key to winning a Stanley Cup. But that’s what the Blackhawks...
  • Blackhawks deal again, acquire center Antoine Vermette

    Blackhawks deal again, acquire center Antoine Vermette
    Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman said he planned to keep working the phones and he wasn’t kidding. A day after solidifying the defense by acquiring veteran Kimmo Timonen, Bowman landed one of the biggest fish on the trade market in center...
  • When will Blackhawks join trade market?

    When will Blackhawks join trade market?
    While the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup hopes were getting their collarbones surgically repaired, some of the competition for that trophy made the kind of moves the team on West Madison Street needs to make. One of those teams making a move, by the way,...
  • Goalie Stolarz sent back to Lehigh Valley Phantoms

    Goalie Stolarz sent back to Lehigh Valley Phantoms
    Rookie goalie Anthony Stolarz's second call-up this month by the Philadelphia Flyers was short-lived. Stolarz, the 6-6, 220-pound first-year pro, was sent back to Lehigh Valley on Wednesday afternoon after officially being called-up on Tuesday morning...
  • NHL's Bettman 'intrigued' with outdoor hockey at Penn State

    NHL's Bettman 'intrigued' with outdoor hockey at Penn State
    Since the NHL began holding its annual series of outdoor hockey games, one game has seemed a natural: Penguins-Flyers at Penn State's Beaver Stadium. On Wednesday, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that he likes the idea....
  • Kyle Clifford, Kings agree to five-year, $8-million extension

    Kyle Clifford, Kings agree to five-year, $8-million extension
    Kyle Clifford’s trip to the dentist Wednesday afternoon might have been slightly less painful than expected. A contract extension for the Kings’ enforcer probably made the visit to the dentist a little more tolerable. Clifford and the...
  • Panthers await Jagr's arrival with optimism

    Panthers await Jagr's arrival with optimism
    Panthers coach Gerard Gallant admitted on Friday that he didn't know Jaromir Jagr as a person — but that doesn't mean the two don't have a history. "I played against him, that's how long he's been around," said Gallant, who last played in 1995....
  • Ducks' Jiri Sekac to play tonight if immigration paperwork is finalized

    Ducks' Jiri Sekac to play tonight if immigration paperwork is finalized
    Jiri Sekac, the Ducks’ newly acquired forward, was waiting for immigration paperwork to be completed Wednesday before he can be cleared to play in Anaheim’s home game Wednesday night against the Ottawa Senators. Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau...
  • Hurricanes trade Tlusty to Jets for draft picks

    The Carolina Hurricanes traded forward Jiri Tlusty, who has been with the team parts of six seasons, to the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday for a pair of draft picks. The Canes acquired a third-round selection in the 2016 NHL Draft, and either a fifth- or...
  • Chicago's painful night: Rose, Kane out with injuries

    First, Blackhawks star Patrick Kane went crashing into the boards. Then the Bulls announced Derrick Rose was headed for another knee surgery. And just like that, Chicago's cold winter had taken another chilly turn. The Windy City lost two of its biggest...