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  • On The Fly: Wolf Pack's Home Well Away From Home

    On The Fly: Wolf Pack's Home Well Away From Home
    The circus is coming to Hartford, so the city's professional hockey team is hitting the road. Fresh off a thrilling victory over the Providence Bruins in the AHL Eastern Conference quarterfinals, the Wolf Pack will face the Hershey Bears in the next...
  • Kreider's early goal leads Rangers over Capitals in Game 2

    The New York Rangers needed to bounce back after a tough loss to the Washington Capitals. Chris Kreider didn't need long to get them going. Kreider scored 38 seconds after the opening faceoff and the Rangers defeated the Capitals 3-2 Saturday, tying...
  • Kreider's Early Goal Leads Rangers Over Capitals In Game 2

    Kreider's Early Goal Leads Rangers Over Capitals In Game 2
    NEW YORK (AP) — The New York Rangers needed to bounce back after a tough loss to the WashingtonCapitals. Chris Kreider didn't need long to get them going. Kreider scored 38 seconds after the opening faceoff and the Rangers defeated the...
  • Wolf Pack Hope Experience Helps In Decisive Game 5 Friday

    Wolf Pack Hope Experience Helps In Decisive Game 5 Friday
    HARTFORD — The journey began five weeks ago, when the Minnesota Gophers lost in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. A few days later, junior defenseman Brady Skjei signed a contract with the New York Rangers. Skjei, 21, reported to the...
  • It's A Sports Fans Dream Weekend — In Front Of A TV

    It's A Sports Fans Dream Weekend — In Front Of A TV
    Life is full of options — and occasionally great irony. Yes, just look out your window Friday. What do you see, armchair meteorologists? It's sunshine. And what do you feel? Well, that would be warmth. Not the February sun, entrusted essentially to...
  • Will Red Wings want Babcock? Will Babcock want Wings?

    After a decade behind the bench of the Detroit Red Wings, Mike Babcock is headed for adventure. He is, by choice, on an expiring contract with the Wings. That decision now stands to see him cash in to become the NHL highest-paid coach. His players have...
  • Danis, Wolf Pack Ready For Decisive Game Friday Vs. Bruins

    Danis, Wolf Pack Ready For Decisive Game Friday Vs. Bruins
    This was before Ken Gernander had hung up his skates, before Yann Danis had stopped a shot for Brown University. This was in 2000, the spring the Wolf Pack captured their only Calder Cup against Rochester. Before that series against the Americans, there...
  • Hopkins' Brown, Terps' Ikeda are top Big Ten lacrosse honorees

    Hopkins' Brown, Terps' Ikeda are top Big Ten lacrosse honorees
    Johns Hopkins junior attackman Ryan Brown (Calvert Hall) was named Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, Blue Jays midfielder Joel Tinney was named Freshman of the Year and Dave Pietramala was named Coach of the Year. Maryland senior defenseman Casey...
  • Panthers forward Thornton tapped as guest analyst for Stanley Cup playoffs

    Panthers forward Thornton tapped as guest analyst for Stanley Cup playoffs
    Florida Panthers forward/enforcer Shawn Thornton, arguably the most media-friendly player in franchise history, will become part of the media when he joins NBC's NHL Live as a guest analyst on Thursday and Friday to discuss the Stanley Cup playoffs....
  • Wolf Pack Regroups, Pull Even

    Wolf Pack Regroups, Pull Even
    PROVIDENCE — The day after skating through 102 minutes of hockey, the Hartford Wolf Pack rested and regrouped. The players gathered themselves Monday, after losing a triple-overtime game to the Providence Bruins the night before. They skated, hung...
  • Solar Bears come to grips with end of season

    The Orlando Solar Bears’ offseason officially began the moment that Alex Aleardi’s shot struck the net about 12 1/2 minutes into overtime Monday night at Germain Arena in Estero. The Florida Everblades were advancing to the second round of...