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  • Kings expect opponents to always bring their 'A game'

    They've had the necessary experience, going through the long and winding journey as reigning Stanley Cup champions. But when the Kings first won the Cup in 2012, they didn't start their defense until 2013, opening the shortened season on Jan. 19 because...
  • Martin Brodeur outduels Roberto Luongo in Panthers' 4-2 loss to the Blues

    Just when the Panthers thought they'd seen the last of iconic goalie Martin Brodeur, he keeps coming back. The longtime Devils nemesis might have exchanged devil's horns for a blues note on the front of his sweater, but the Panthers still couldn't...
  • Kings trip offers challenge for Pearson, Carter and Toffoli

    Road Lessons 101. It’s unclear how long “That '70s Line” of Tanner Pearson-Jeff Carter-Tyler Toffoli will be reunited on this trip. But with Marian Gaborik expected to return to the lineup against the Buffalo Sabres, the kids and...
  • Kings are shut out by Buffalo, 1-0, on miscue by Mike Richards

    Forty-four minutes of waiting … waiting for something, really, anything, to happen. Eventually, it did — in the form of a mistake by veteran Kings center Mike Richards, and that's all it took for Kings to lose one on the road and yet...
  • What we've learned after the Kings' 1-0 loss to Buffalo

    Perhaps this should be what we have (re)learned. It’s been clear for about the last decade that games in Buffalo represent an odd and tough challenge for the Kings. Nevertheless, there were some takeaways after a less-than-memorable contest on...
  • On The Fly: UConn Players Shut Out Of Postseason Football Honors

    On The Fly: UConn Players Shut Out Of Postseason Football Honors
    Say what you will about the state of UConn's football program, but here is the reality: Of the 11 programs in the American Athletic Conference only one did not land on a player on the first team, the second team or among the honorable mentions on...
  • Preview: Panthers at Sabres, 7 p.m., Saturday

    When/where: 7 p.m., First Niagara Center, Buffalo TV: Fox Sports Florida; Radio: WQAM-560 Scouting report: The Panthers, who played the Red Wings on Friday, are 1-0-1 on second games of back-to-backs. The Panthers are 2-0 vs. Buffalo, including a 1-...
  • Panthers claw back but fall 4-3 in OT to Sabres

    — In years past the Panthers would've gladly taken a 1-1-1 road trip against quality opponents such as the Blues, Red Wings and suprisingly surging Sabres. But not this year's version, who currently reside in the eighth and final playoff spot in...
  • Vincent Trocheck enjoys home ice advantage against Detroit Red Wings

    When Panthers coach Gerard Gallant told rookie center Vincent Trocheck that he was going to be his leadoff shooter in Friday's shootout against the Detroit Red Wings, memories came rushing back to his youth hockey days. Not only did Trocheck star for...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 4-3 shootout loss to Toronto

    The arbitrary nature of the road hit the Kings in Toronto as they showed improvement in many categories but still came away with a shootout loss. Again, there are always stand-out moments, a few more takeaways from Sunday. Carter’s slump deepens...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Ducks streaking; Oilers fire Dallas Eakins

    NHL pluses and minuses: Ducks streaking; Oilers fire Dallas Eakins
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the last week: + The Ducks have won seven straight games despite losing sniper Corey Perry to a sprained left knee. They've won seven straight games five times since the start...