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  • Hrivik, Always Solid For Wolf Pack, Breaks Out Offense

     Hrivik, Always Solid For Wolf Pack, Breaks Out Offense
    The last time he scored two goals in a playoff game, Marek Hrivik barely knew where Hartford was on the map. He was a 20-year-old undrafted free agent with one foot on a flight from Canada that was supposed to land him in Vienna on his way home to Slovakia.
  • Karmanos Might Be Villain In Hartford, But He's Revered Elsewhere

    Karmanos Might Be Villain In Hartford, But He's Revered Elsewhere
    In Greater Detroit, he is considered an innovator and legend in the world of youth hockey. In North Carolina's Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Triangle, he is revered for bringing the National Hockey League to the region. In Central Connecticut? Eighteen...

    The Archives: Major-League Dream Dead, By Any Comparison It's Still Minor League (May 27, 1997)

    Former Hartford Whalers and current Carolina Hurricanes owner Peter Karmanos was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday. Not many around Hartford would have thought that possible in 1997 when the Whalers played their final season here. Here's a...

    Peter Karmanos Hall Of Famer, But Probably Not To Whalers Faithful

    Peter Karmanos Hall Of Famer, But Probably Not To Whalers Faithful
    The NHL Hall of Fame announced its selections Monday, and it was a blast from the Whalers past. Peter Karmanos, who bought the Hartford Whalers in 1994 and moved them to Raleigh, N.C., in 1997, where they became the Carolina Hurricanes, was selected...

    On The Fly: TPC River Highlands Will Provide Welcome Relief

    Some of the best professional golfers in the world are following the yellow brick road from the Pacific Northwest to lovely Cromwell for the Travelers Championship. And when they see the immaculate greens at TPC River Highlands it will be like Dorothy and...