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  • Better hockey city: Chicago or Detroit?

    Better hockey city: Chicago or Detroit?
    YOU'RE NOT EVEN CLOSE, CHICAGO By Sean Ely Two Original Six teams. Two storied franchises. Two staples in sports branding. Two organizations you can't forget to mention when talking "hockey" in any context. But when comparing the Detroit Red Wings...
  • More outdoor hockey? Where do the Hawks sign up?

    More outdoor hockey? Where do the Hawks sign up?
    AUSTIN, Texas It's been 11 days since the Blackhawks invaded Soldier Field as a snowstorm hammered Chicago. That seemed more distant this weekend, when reps from the team and the NHL headed to South by Southwest to discuss the Stadium Series. We loved...
  • Red Wings 3, Lightning 2

    Red Wings 3, Lightning 2: David Legwand recorded a goal and an assist as Detroit held on to win its second game in as many days and end visiting Tampa Bay’s 11-game point streak. Gustav Nyquist scored his 11th goal in nine games and Joakim Andersson...
  • Preview: Lightning at Red Wings

    After entering the season without a victory over the Detroit Red Wings since 2003, the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning can end it with five-game sweep of their new Atlantic Division foes on Sunday. The Lightning look to extend an 11-game point streak (7-0-4)...
  • Outdoor game basks in the glow of Olympic hockey

    Outdoor game basks in the glow of Olympic hockey
    If there were a watch-dog group that monitors abuse against sports announcers, surely it would look into what NBC is doing to Mike Emrick, Eddie Olczyk and Pierre McGuire. For the fourth time this year, NBC is sending its lead NHL team outdoors for...
  • U.S. beats Russia in 8-round hockey shootout thriller

    U.S. beats Russia in 8-round hockey shootout thriller
    SOCHI, Russia — In a rare instance of a game exceeding its advance billing, Team USA and Team Russia battled hard and evenly through 65 deliciously tense minutes before T.J. Oshie scored the deciding shootout tally in the eighth round of the...
  • NHL at Olympics: Still stupid after all these years

    NHL at Olympics: Still stupid after all these years
    The NHL has done this before, but somehow this seems worse. The NHL has shut down business at one of the best times for exposure before, but somehow going to the Olympics in Sochi this year seems worse. The NHL has sent players to the Games since 1998...
  • Anze Kopitar, Slovenia earn first Olympics hockey victory

    Anze Kopitar, Slovenia earn first Olympics hockey victory
    SOCHI, Russia — Slovenia’s hockey team traveled a long and difficult road to qualify for the Olympics for the first time, a journey it had to make without help from its only NHL player, standout Kings center Anze Kopitar. But Team Slovenia...
  • Horachek likes development of Jimmy Hayes as net-front presence

    Horachek likes development of Jimmy Hayes as net-front presence
    CORAL SPRINGS — Panthers forward Jimmy Hayes is a big guy. At 6-foot-6 and 220 pounds, Hayes is a presence every time he takes to the ice, and Panthers coach Peter Horachek wants to put that presence to good use in the final stretch of the season....
  • Canada is motivated heading into gold-medal game at Sochi Olympics

    Canada is motivated heading into gold-medal game at Sochi Olympics
    SOCHI, Russia — Rugged defenseman Niklas Kronwall, captain of undefeated gold-medal finalist Sweden, plays in the NHL for the Detroit Red Wings and Coach Mike Babcock, who has guided undefeated Canada to Sunday's hockey finale. So Kronwall knows how...
  • Olympics Matjaz Kopitar preparing Slovenia for big Sochi hockey moment

    Olympics Matjaz Kopitar preparing Slovenia for big Sochi hockey moment
    SOCHI, Russia—Matjaz Kopitar is a familiar sight around the Kings’ practice rink in El Segundo, usually watching proudly from upstairs while his son, Anze, hones the skills that have made the younger Kopitar one of the NHL’s top centers....