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  • Tyler Toffoli continues to impress

    OTTAWA — The most impressive aspect of rookie right wing Tyler Toffoli's recent play isn't that he has earned points in three straight games and four of the last five, because he has always been a scorer. He personifies one of hockey's great,...
  • Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf to miss second game tonight

    Ducks center Ryan Getzlaf's upper body injury will keep him out of a second consecutive game Tuesday night. The team's scoring leader (10 goals, 12 assists) did not appear at the team's morning skate Tuesday at the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Fla., where...
  • Ex-Kings executive Tim Leiweke adapts to hockey as life in Toronto

    Tim Leiweke, the chief executive of AEG and No. 1 Kings fan for 17 years until his surprising departure last March, has learned some important lessons since he became president and chief executive of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment last April....
  • Wayne Gretzky takes his place as outdoor hockey game in L.A. looms

    Wayne Gretzky takes his place as outdoor hockey game in L.A. looms
    When a young Wayne Gretzky skated eight or 10 hours a day on frozen Canadian ponds, his ears would freeze and his toes would become so numb that he'd have tears in his eyes when he came inside and his father rubbed his feet to warm them. "Those are...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Pittsburgh on top in the East

    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: Plus + Despite being plagued by injuries — they lost four of their top six defensemen at one point — the Pittsburgh Penguins have won 12 of...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Patrick Roy off to fast start in Colorado

    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the previous week: + Patrick Roy, who won the Conn Smythe Trophy as a rookie goaltender after the Montreal Canadiens won the Stanley Cup in 1986, has so far been successful as a...
  • After years of living lean, Phoenix Coyotes are 'hungrier than ever'

    Of all the changes made by the IceArizona group since it purchased the Phoenix Coyotes from the NHL in August, one seemingly small decision symbolizes the new regime. The Coyotes traditionally hold a dinner for players and their wives before the season,...
  • STX moves into ice hockey market

    STX moves into ice hockey market
    Baltimore sports equipment maker STX will begin selling ice hockey gear this spring as it announces deals Wednesday with the National Hockey League and USA Hockey, the sport's amateur governing body. STX also will announce a multi-year endorsement...
  • Kings goalie Jonathan Quick's road to recovery

    Kings goalie Jonathan Quick's road to recovery
    It was especially frigid in First Niagara Center in Buffalo and Kings goalie Jonathan Quick didn't have much work against the Sabres, going through long periods of inactivity. This all added up to something of a perfect storm. Quick pulled his groin...
  • NHL's Gary Bettman upholds Patrick Kaleta's 10-game suspension

    NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on Thursday upheld the league’s 10-game suspension of Buffalo Sabres forward Patrick Kaleta, who had filed an appeal of the sanction imposed for his illegal check to the head of Columbus defenseman Jack Johnson....
  • NHL suspends Buffalo's John Scott seven games for illegal hit to head

    The NHL continued to punish players who deliver illegal hits to opponents’ heads when its Department of Player Safety suspended Buffalo Sabres forward John Scott seven games for his blow to the head of Boston Bruins forward Loui Eriksson. Scott...