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  • After practicing on Saturday, Steve Mason ruled out for Flyers game on Sunday

    NEW YORK After an encouraging one-hour workout Friday, Flyers goalie Steve Mason had a setback Saturday and will miss Game 2 of the opening-round playoff series against the New York Rangers on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. Mason, who has been...
  • Observations from the Flyers-Rangers series

    Aiding Emery The Flyers need to give goalie Ray Emery much more support than in the opener, when he was their best player and New York spent a huge majority of the game in the offensive end. Special teams New York dominated the special-teams battle...
  • Ducks have an edge with Perry and Getzlaf

    ANAHEIM, Calif. If the Ducks are to make a legitimate run at a Stanley Cup, they'll need Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry to be heard from often and repeatedly in this postseason. Getzlaf and Perry, the Ducks' twin terrors for whomever they play against,...
  • Kings' take-away from Game 1 playoff loss to San Jose? 'Play better'

    Kings' take-away from Game 1 playoff loss to San Jose? 'Play better'
    Vulcanized rubber ricocheting off plexiglass wasn't the only source of echoes at the Kings' practice facility Friday. After Thursday's 6-3 loss to the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinals, Kings players were repeating the...
  • Preview: Blackhawks at Blues

    In the minds of many, the St. Louis Blues went from the penthouse to the outhouse in record time as they concluded the regular season mired in a six-game losing streak. After winning a triple-overtime marathon in the first-round series opener, the Blues...
  • Preview: Blue Jackets at Penguins

    Despite putting a scare into their opposition, the Columbus Blue Jackets still haven't proven they can defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins this season. The Blue Jackets look to rebound after letting a two-goal advantage evaporate and salvage a split of the...
  • Preview: Wild at Avalanche

    Paul Stastny made history in the series opener, becoming the first player in NHL playoff history to score the tying goal in the last 15 seconds of regulation and the winner in overtime. Stastny and the Colorado Avalanche hope a repeat isn't necessary as...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: W&M, No. 1 U.Va., ODU gain baseball triumphs

    Colleges: Baseball: William and Mary overcame a three-run deficit Friday to win 5-3 in 10 innings in a series opener at Northeastern. The Tribe began the day trailing only the College of Charleston for first place in the Colonial Athletic Association....
  • Red Wings control the Bruins in Game 1

    BOSTON Pavel Datsyuk put the Detroit Red Wings up on a horse, and off they rode into the Boston night. The Wings got a huge opening boost in their first-round series against the Presidents' Trophy champion Bruins, leaving TD Garden on Friday night with a...
  • Ducks 3, Stars 2

    Ducks 3, Stars 2: Captain Ryan Getzlaf recorded a goal and an assist for the second time in as many games as host Anaheim took a 2-0 lead in its Western Conference first-round series. Andrew Cogliano scored a short-handed goal and Corey Perry also...
  • Missed chances leave Stars just short again and down 2-0 in series to Ducks

    ANAHEIM, Calif. The Dallas Stars have gone to school this week at Honda Center, but they are learning some hard lessons. Dallas is making its first playoff appearance since 2008 and 10 of its players have made their playoff debuts, so a fast start to...