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  • Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is in your seat; what do you do now?

    Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has stolen your seat. What do you do? It's a packed football stadium. He's eating wings. He's famous for his foul mouth, his ability to move quickly despite his large frame, and his admitted use of crack. Would you be a little...
  • Emerson Etem, Ducks home again tonight

    Emerson Etem, Ducks home again tonight
    The depth of talent on the Ducks’ roster means there’s less patience with mental slips by those on the edges. Forward Emerson Etem found that out two weeks ago when after a defensive miscue in Dallas, he was sent to minor-league Norfolk...
  • Broken glass: The Florida Panthers' house of pane and pain

    The five stages of franchise-directed emotion: Glee, anger, exasperation, indifference and, finally, pity. It appears as though the Florida Panthers have arrived at the last station. Things are going so poorly for the hockey franchise —...
  • Kings' Jonathan Quick on target for Sochi Olympics roster spot

    Kings' Jonathan Quick on target for Sochi Olympics roster spot
    TORONTO, Canada — The groin injury suffered by Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick has not ruined his chances of being chosen for the U.S. men's Olympic team for the Sochi Games, Team USA General Manager David Poile said Thursday. Poile and other...
  • HBO 24/7 NHL series returns with Red Wings and Maple Leafs

     
    HBO 24/7 NHL series returns with Red Wings and Maple Leafs: This four-part documentary series gives viewers an all-access, behind-the-scenes look at the Toronto Maple Leafs and Detroit Red Wings leading up to the 2014 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic....
  • U.S. women, U.S. juniors continue winning ways

    A shootout goal by Hilary Knight proved the difference Saturday as the U.S. women’s hockey team defeated Canada, 3-2, in a Sochi Olympics warmup at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. Kelli Stack and Alex Carpenter — the latter the...
  • NHL's Winter Classic has fit in among bowl games as a New Year's Day tradition

    With the phrase "bowl eligible" becoming the most meaningless words in sports and with the college bowl season now stretching for nearly three weeks, New Year's Day no longer belongs exclusively to the college kids. After all, after you've seen mediocre...
  • Ducks set smaller goals to get past regret of last season's end

    Ducks set smaller goals to get past regret of last season's end
    The Ducks arrive in Anaheim for physicals Wednesday and the official opening of training camp Thursday with their coach vowing they won't obsess over the regret of how good they were and how agonizing their end was last season. Thanks to balanced...
  • Ducks' Teemu Selanne to return for one last season

    Teemu Selanne decided to return and retire Friday, the Ducks' 43-year-old legend announcing in a humorous video that he'll play the 2013-14 season, his last as an NHL player. "I'm very happy, very excited," Selanne said after spending another summer...
  • Brawl, bizarre goal are black marks against NHL

    Saturday won’t be remembered as the NHL’s finest hour. The league absorbed a one-two punch of ridicule for the line brawl that erupted two seconds into the Vancouver-Calgary game, Canucks Coach John Tortorella’s attempt to invade the...
  • 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...