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  • All-Star Skills Competition

    Where: Bridgestone Arena, Columbus, Ohio When: Saturday 7 p.m./NBC Sports Network Who: Blue Jackets forward Nick Foligno and Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews chose 24 players each to participate in at least one of six rounds of skill-based contests....
  • Another Reunion For Huskies' Cavanaugh

    STORRS – When the UConn hockey team played Boston College at the XL Center Nov. 5, Huskies coach Mike Cavanaugh tried to remain focused on hockey and not the circumstances surrounding the event. He did admit after a 1-0 victory in front of a...
  • All-Star Patrick Kane developing into a leader for Blackhawks

    All-Star Patrick Kane developing into a leader for Blackhawks
    COLUMBUS, Ohio — The "A" on Patrick Kane's sweater shined brightly under the spotlight when the Blackhawks winger skated to center ice and raised his stick to salute the crowd during introductions for the NHL All-Star Game. Kane served as an...
  • GoPro signs deal with NHL to bring viewers closer to the action

    GoPro, the maker of wearable video cameras, has signed a deal with the National Hockey League to let viewers at home see games from the perspective of the players and referees. In the company’s first such deal with a professional sports league,...
  • World Cup of Hockey tournament set for 2016

    World Cup of Hockey tournament set for 2016
    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — The World Cup of Hockey will be making a long-awaited return in 2016. The tournament will feature eight teams with the games played in Toronto before NHL training camps open in September. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman and...
  • Russian hockey league aims to slash salary cap as country battles economic crisis

    The Kontinental Hockey League's president says he wants to slash its salary cap as clubs struggle financially in Russia's economic crisis. Dmitry Chernyshenko told Russian media Saturday he wants to cut the 1.1 billion ruble ($17 million) salary cap by...
  • Nashville's Weber rips hardest shot; Columbus' Johansen wins breakaway at NHL skills challenge

    Not that they did before, but it's official now: No one wants to get in front of Shea Weber's shot. The Nashville Predators defenseman fired the hardest shot of 108.5 mph at the NHL All-Stars skills competition on Saturday night, taking advantage of...
  • Riveting 'Red Army' documentary fills hockey void for Glencoe filmmaker

    Riveting 'Red Army' documentary fills hockey void for Glencoe filmmaker
    Naturally, Gabe Polsky remembers all three goals he scored during his college hockey days at Yale. He also has vivid memories of what happened after he bagged two goals in the opener of his sophomore season. "I wasn't in the lineup for the next game,"...
  • On The Air For Monday

    BASKETBALL 7 p.m.: Army at American. CBSSN 7 p.m.: Syracuse at North Carolina. ESPN 7 p.m.: Women's college, Texas A&M at South Carolina. ESPN2 7 p.m.: Delaware State at North Carolina A&T. ESPNU 7:30 p.m.: Kings at Knicks. MSG 7:30 p.m.: Trail...
  • Blues' Vladimir Tarasenko: A star in the making

    COLUMBUS, Ohio Mere minutes remain in regulation, the Blues are either down a goal or tied and all eyes inside Scottrade Center are searching for No. 91. "Really?" says Vladimir Tarasenko, who wears the numerals and the pressure well. In his third NHL...
  • Bepko Scores 14 But Hartford Loses To Albany On The Road

    Women's Basketball Amber Bepko led eight Hawks with 14 points as Hartford lost 82-58 on the road at Albany. Alyssa Reaves finished with 12 points, a season high, for the Hawks. The Hawks finished the game shooting 42.6 percent, making 23-of-54 attempts...