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  • Cousins may debut as sub for dad-to-be Read

    Cousins may debut as sub for dad-to-be Read
    There are just a few things in life more important to a hockey player than a hockey game. Probably topping the list is the birth of a child. Which is why Flyers forward Matt Read hopped on a plane Monday and headed back to Philadelphia to be with...
  • Ducks' trip east ends on high note with 2-1 win over Devils

    Ducks' trip east ends on high note with 2-1 win over Devils
    The Ducks' trip east appeared to be going south after they were routed by the New York Rangers and Columbus Blue Jackets. "It could only have gotten better after the first two, though," goaltender John Gibson said. "Hopefully." Instead of passively...
  • Blackhawks can feel pressure from behind as they struggle to get ahead

    Blackhawks can feel pressure from behind as they struggle to get ahead
    Joel Quenneville offered a "we'll see," Friday morning when asked about Patrick Kane returning from a broken collarbone sooner than expected. "I always hope that," the Blackhawks coach said. The sooner Kane is able, the better for the Blackhawks. As...
  • Jackets drop Blues, 4-2

    ST. LOUIS With a primary goal of staying healthy the remainder of the regular season, the St. Louis Blues couldn't even make it out of the first period Saturday against Columbus. On the night that defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk returned, Alexander Steen...
  • Joel Quenneville says injured Patrick Kane on 'same timetable'

    Joel Quenneville says injured Patrick Kane on 'same timetable'
    Joel Quenneville offered a “We’ll see,” when asked about Patrick Kane returning from a broken collarbone sooner than expected. “I always hope that,” the Blackhawks coach said Friday morning. The sooner Kane is able, the...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 3-2 overtime victory in Boston

    What we learned from the Ducks' 3-2 overtime victory in Boston
    What we learned from the Ducks’ 3-2 overtime victory over the Boston Bruins: + Team captain Ryan Getzlaf had proclaimed the Ducks’ performances in their previous two games, a 7-2 loss to the New York Rangers and a 5-3 loss to the Columbus...
  • Ducks rally to beat Boston in overtime, 3-2

    Ducks rally to beat Boston in overtime, 3-2
    If Corey Perry hadn't brought the Ducks even with the Boston Bruins with 38.5 seconds left in the third period and goaltender Frederik Andersen gone in favor of an extra skater, and if Ryan Getzlaf hadn't set a franchise career record by scoring his...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 5-3 loss in Columbus

    What we learned from the Ducks' 5-3 loss in Columbus
    The St. Louis Blues now possess the best record in the Western Conference, tied with the Ducks in points (99) with one more game in hand. Maybe feeling that pressure can help the Ducks turn their game back on now, on the heels of back-to-back road...
  • Ducks' struggles continue in 5-3 loss to the Blue Jackets

    Ducks' struggles continue in 5-3 loss to the Blue Jackets
    Just seven games away from a time when defensive command and competitive fire are at a premium, the Ducks have given up 12 goals in the last two games. “Mind-boggling in a lot of senses,” Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano said Tuesday...
  • Ducks' James Wisniewski is back in a familiar place

    Ducks' James Wisniewski is back in a familiar place
    James Wisniewski strode Monday through the same arena hallway that he had walked for more than three seasons, then changed course and entered the visitors' dressing room. "Just weird, but it's part of hockey, I guess," Wisniewski said. The Ducks...
  • NHL all-stars give Columbus good reviews -- except for that cannon

    NHL all-stars give Columbus good reviews -- except for that cannon
    Goodbye, Columbus, and thanks for the well-organized All-Star game festivities. Most events were held within the lively Arena District or the nearby convention center, and players seemed pleased with the enthusiastic atmosphere and attentive crowds....