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  • After Stint With Rangers, Skapski Focusing On Wolf Pack

    After Stint With Rangers, Skapski Focusing On Wolf Pack
    HARTFORD — Moments before his first NHL start in goal Feb. 20 in Buffalo, N.Y., Mackenzie Skapski, 20, looked up to see New York Rangers veteran Martin St. Louis standing in front of him. "Marty came up to me as I was taping my stick," Skapski...
  • Blackhawks and Blues going down to wire scratching for playoff position

    Blackhawks and Blues going down to wire scratching for playoff position
    The rivalry between the Blackhawks and Blues already was incredibly intense even before they began waging their current battle near the top of the Central Division. When the teams face off Sunday night at the United Center for the first of two showdowns...
  • Friday's matchup: Blackhawks 4, Sabres 3

    Friday's matchup: Blackhawks 4, Sabres 3
    Summary Jonathan Toews scored two goals in 47 seconds late in the third period to lift the Blackhawks to a stirring 4-3 victory over the Sabres on Friday night at First Niagara Center. After coughing up an early two-goal lead to the team with the fewest...
  • Jonathan Toews bails out Blackhawks with two goals in final minute

    Jonathan Toews bails out Blackhawks with two goals in final minute
    BUFFALO, N.Y. — Some moments in hockey simply defy logic. The Blackhawks inexplicably trailing the lowly Sabres — a team that appears to be tanking to better its odds to secure the top pick in the draft — after coughing up a two-goal...
  • Friday's recap: Blackhawks 4, Sabres 3

    The summary Jonathan Toews scored two goals in 47 seconds late in the third period to lift the Blackhawks to a stirring 4-3 victory over the Sabres on Friday night at First Niagara Center. After coughing up an early two-goal lead to the team with the...
  • Kings still have shot at playoffs, but it's getting dicey for champs

    Kings still have shot at playoffs, but it's getting dicey for champs
    The playoff picture became clearer in the East on Monday when the Tampa Bay Lightning clinched a postseason berth, but it grew more muddled in the West when the Kings lost to the Chicago Blackhawks and Calgary and Vancouver won their respective games....
  • Buffalo fans embrace tanking, cheer for Coyotes over Sabres

    Buffalo fans embrace tanking, cheer for Coyotes over Sabres
    The Buffalo Sabres are the worst team in the NHL, and for now, their fans are happy to cheer for opponent goals if that's what it takes to get them the top overall pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. The Sabres lost to the Arizona Coyotes, 4-3, in...
  • For Penn State's first NHL player, a 'tremendous dream realized'

    For Penn State's first NHL player, a 'tremendous dream realized'
    It was a decision that will hurt the Penn State men's hockey team in the fall, but coach Guy Gadowsky can't fault Casey Bailey for jumping at the opportunity. As the Penn State coach concluded the program's third season of NCAA Division I hockey,...
  • Blackhawks strive to keep standings blinders in place

    Blackhawks strive to keep standings blinders in place
    DALLAS — As determined as the Blackhawks are to capture the Central Division title, they aren't exactly obsessing over what is going on above them in the waning games of the regular season. After their morning skate in Dallas before playing the...
  • Bruins Fall In Shootout, 2-1

    Bruins Fall In Shootout, 2-1
    BOSTON — Anders Lindback made seven of his 44 saves in overtime, then shut out Boston for three rounds of the shootout as the Buffalo Sabres rallied to beat the Bruins 2-1 on Tuesday night. Lindback stopped Torey Krug on Boston's last chance in...
  • On The Fly: New Commissioner, New Pete Rose Plea

    On The Fly: New Commissioner, New Pete Rose Plea
    Pete Rose, 73, still wants back in baseball, and he has formally asked for forgiveness. Rose submitted a request to be reinstated to MLB commissioner Rob Manfred, who says he'll review the Dowd report and everything else that led to then-commissioner Bart...