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  • Preview: Flyers at Rangers

    A pair of Metropolitan Division rivals meet in the postseason for the first time in 17 years when the Philadelphia Flyers visit the New York Rangers in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference first-round series on Thursday. Both clubs enter the seven-game set with plenty of injuries - notably goaltender Steve Mason (upper body), who will miss Thursday's tilt after he was on the wrong end of a collision during Philadelphia's victory over Pittsburgh on Saturday. Ray Emery has been confirmed to start for the Flyers, who split their four-game season series with the Rangers - with each team emerging victorious twice at home.
  • Ducks make an opening statement, defeat Dallas Stars, 4-3

    Ducks make an opening statement, defeat Dallas Stars, 4-3
    The Ducks uncorked the nearly yearlong energy that had been bottled up in their bid to atone for last year’s first-round playoff elimination. And when they needed one last surge to stave off a furious Dallas Stars rally Wednesday at Honda Center,...

    Sutter's goal rallies Penguins to 4-3 win over Blue Jackets

    Sutter's goal rallies Penguins to 4-3 win over Blue Jackets PITTSBURGH --- Center Brandon Sutter wasn't thinking about being the hero, just on finding the back of the net. Sutter's goal with 11:42 remaining capped a rally from a two-goal deficit as...

    Ilya Bryzgalov is formfitting for Wild

    DENVER Like the "humongous" universe he was so fascinated by during HBO's "24/7," the Ilya Bryzgalov YouTube library is vast and endless. Type his name into the search field, and you'll find out Bryzgalov is afraid of bears in the forest. You'll hear how...

    Top Women's Recruit A'Ja Wilson Stays In South Carolina

    Storrs is home to the nine-time national champions, but it is not home to A'Ja Wilson. "There really is no place like home," Wilson said Wednesday at her high school in Columbia, S.C., after announcing she will attend South Carolina. Wilson, the top-rated...