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  • Ducks' Kyle Palmieri to miss last 2 games of trip with shoulder injury

    Ducks forward Kyle Palmieri suffered a shoulder injury when he was hit by ex-Ducks center Peter Holland in the third period of Tuesday's 6-2 loss in Toronto and will miss the final two games of Anaheim's Canadian road trip. Palmieri will undergo tests...
  • Ducks' Francois Beauchemin not ready to go in return home

    The tug of homecoming is substantial, but instead of a glorious return, Ducks defenseman Francois Beauchemin will have to settle for a pain-free power shot in practice. Beauchemin, out since breaking a finger while blocking a shot in a Nov. 25 home...
  • Saku Koivu saluted at Montreal retirement ceremony

    In an emotional close to his career, retired Ducks center and former Montreal Canadiens captain Saku Koivu was honored Thursday night in a pregame ceremony at Bell Center. “I should be the one here applauding to you,” Koivu said in a...
  • Patrick Sharp playing with abandon as he works back to high level of play

    There was a moment while he was face-down on the ice at the Bell Centre in Montreal that Patrick Sharp thought the injury he had just suffered was a serious one. After the Canadiens' Alexei Emelin checked him along the boards Nov. 4, the Blackhawks...
  • Ducks bounce back, beat Canadiens, 2-1

    It will take special resolve for the Ducks to reach where they're aiming. So Thursday's 2-1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre was something they'll want to remember. Coming off a lopsided loss in Toronto, confronting a tie game in...
  • Junior hockey is more than a holiday diversion in Canada

    Once a small tournament considered a diversion during the Christmas and New Year's holidays, the World Junior Championship has become an obsession in hockey-obsessed Canada. According to the National Post newspaper, nearly a half-million people tuned in...
  • Russia eliminates U.S. from junior world hockey championship

    For the second year in a row the United States has been eliminated from the junior world hockey championship tournament without earning a medal. The Americans lost to Russia, 3-2, in a penalty-marred quarterfinal game on Friday at the Bell Centre in...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Fans pay tribute to Jean Beliveau

    NHL pluses and minuses: Fans pay tribute to Jean Beliveau
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + It was fitting that the family of Montreal Canadiens legend Jean Beliveau, who died last week at 83, allowed fans to share the final public celebration of his...
  • U2 announces 2015 tour, but no Orlando date

    U2 announces 2015 tour, but no Orlando date
    Bono and the boys are going on tour next year but are skipping Orlando, in fact skipping much of the country. U2 has scheduled only six U.S. cities for their "Innocence + Experience Tour." San Jose, Phoenix, Chicago and Boston will host the band for two...
  • Tuesday's recap: Blackhawks 5, Canadiens 0

    The summary The Blackhawks' offense finally erupted as Kris Versteeg had two goals, Jonathan Toews added a goal and an assist and Patrick Kane and Brad Richards also scored Tuesday night at the Bell Centre. Bryan Bickell and David Rundblad each...
  • Blackhawks' line tinkering finally pays off

    MONTREAL — Joel Quenneville doesn't have a set way of informing the Blackhawks what lines they will be skating on during any particular game. Sometimes, Quenneville will tell them himself, sometimes he will have an assistant do it and sometimes...