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  • Blackhawks keep two newcomers on final roster, prepare for opener in Dallas

    Blackhawks keep two newcomers on final roster, prepare for opener in Dallas
    With a 4 p.m. NHL roster deadline looming Tuesday, the Blackhawks pared down to a 23-man lineup compliant with the salary cap. The team will enter the regular season, which starts Thursday, with 13 forwards, eight defensemen and two goalies.  The...
  • NHL preview: Five questions in the West

    NHL preview: Five questions in the West
    1. Can the Kings repeat as Stanley Cup champions? No one has done it since the Red Wings in 1997 and '98. The Kings stayed intact, minus free-agent defenseman Willie Mitchell, while many West rivals improved. But with a full season from experienced...
  • Slava Voynov Suspended By NHL After Domestic Violence Arrest

    Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov was suspended indefinitely by the NHL following his arrest early Monday on charges of domestic violence, the league said. Voynov, 24, will be paid during the suspension but will be barred from all club activities...
  • Good chance for Panthers: Avalanche to play backup or third-string goalie

    Good chance for Panthers: Avalanche to play backup or third-string goalie
    The Panthers hope to get a boost in their league-low offensive production (5 goals in 5 games) on Tuesday night because the Avalanche may play their third-string goalie. Colorado's top two goalies, Semyon Varlamov (groin) and Reto Berra (neck), are...
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Kings, Ducks benefit from great goaltending

    NHL pluses and minuses: Kings, Ducks benefit from great goaltending
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + There's some terrific goaltending going on in Southern California. Jonathan Quick of the Kings stopped 114 of 116 shots in defeating Edmonton, St. Louis (by...
  • Suspension of Kings' Slava Voynov shows NHL has priorities in order

    Suspension of Kings' Slava Voynov shows NHL has priorities in order
    There is so much we don't know, starting with exactly what happened between Kings defenseman Slava Voynov and a woman who sought treatment at a Torrance hospital's emergency room late Sunday night for injuries that were serious enough to prompt medical...
  • 'Killer Bs' line showing their sting again

    'Killer Bs' line showing their sting again
    Panthers coach Gerard Gallant doesn't come off as a science buff, yet his constant search for the proper chemistry among his four lines resulted in a formula for offensive success late Tuesday night in the Pepsi Center. After two days of practice in...
  • Panthers goalie Al Montoya returns to his hockey roots

    Panthers backup goalie Al Montoya has been traveling down memory lane this week while visiting the Pepsi Center in Denver on Tuesday and then the newly named Gila River Arena on Friday. Montoya was with the Coyotes when he made his NHL debut on April 1,...
  • Blackhawks and Blues ripe to resume rivalry

    Blackhawks and Blues ripe to resume rivalry
    ST. LOUIS — The battle for the Central Division title promises to be a bloodbath throughout the season with the Blackhawks and Blues expected to be among the teams slugging it out for the top spot. The combatants will get their first look at...
  • Kings use emergency-roster exemption before facing Penguins

    Kings use emergency-roster exemption before facing Penguins
    Hockey limbo could have been the best description for the Kings' situation the last few days. Because the Kings played short-handed in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Flyers, they were able to use an emergency-roster exemption. They will recall winger...
  • Ducks' new focus on defense is paying off

    Ducks' new focus on defense is paying off
    Greetings from Denver, where the Ducks practiced Saturday at Pepsi Center to prepare for their game against the Avalanche on Sunday. In an odd bit of scheduling, the Avalanche was in St. Louis on Saturday to face the Blues, so the Ducks had the arena...