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  • Phantoms' home losing streak reaches five games

    Phantoms' home losing streak reaches five games
    This wasn't the way it was supposed to go. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms jumped out to a two-goal lead on Binghamton, the last-place team in the East Division. Center Jason Akeson increased his point-scoring streak to 10 straight games. Defenseman...
  • Blackhawks need victories in quest to catch Predators

    Blackhawks need victories in quest to catch Predators
    Still clinging to the dream of finishing atop the Central Division, the Blackhawks realize the only way they're going to catch the first-place Predators is to pile up victories. But the inability to string them together has hindered the Hawks' quest and...
  • Panthers' Gallant grateful for career revival in Montreal

    Panthers' Gallant grateful for career revival in Montreal
    The Gerard Galland Reunion Tour has had several notable stops already this season as the Florida Panthers coach revisits landmarks from his past. The next one has everything to do with why Gallant is in his present spot leading the improving Panthers...
  • Alex Oveckin's four points helps Capitals down Ducks

    Alex Oveckin's four points helps Capitals down Ducks
    Alex Ovechkin scored twice in the first period to take over the NHL lead in goals, sending the Washington Capitals to a 5-3 victory over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday. Ovechkin also set up two goals by Andre Burakovsky. Marcus Johansson got the go-ahead...
  • Memorable Chicago sports massacres

    Memorable Chicago sports massacres
    To mark the 86th anniversary of Chicago's St. Valentine's Day Massacre, we recall some memorable Chicago sports massacres. Bears 73, Redskins 0 (Dec. 8, 1940): George Halas surprised the Redskins with his T-formation offense in the NFL championship game....
  • Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships

    Kings face obstacles in quest for back-to-back Stanley Cup championships
    Winning the Stanley Cup might be the most demanding task in professional sports, a glorious and grueling test played out over eight months and more than 100 games. Only when the ice has melted do teams disclose who was hobbling on a wounded knee or...
  • Panthers rising to the occasion against NHL's best

    Panthers rising to the occasion against NHL's best
    The Panthers may be in ninth place of the Eastern Conference, but they certainly haven't been pushed around by the league's elite. In the past three games alone the Panthers have knocked off the resurgent Metropolitan Division-leading Islanders and...
  • Blackhawks' impotent power play an ongoing concern

    Blackhawks' impotent power play an ongoing concern
    The Blackhawks have the NHL's eighth-ranked offense and boast prolific goal scorers on three lines. But with an extra skater, the team has struggled even to get shots off. The Hawks looked lifeless once again on the power play Monday night, coming up...
  • 'Red Army' doc a Stanley Cup Final-like rush

    'Red Army' doc a Stanley Cup Final-like rush
    There's a scene in "Red Army" where the central figure seeks the assistance of an elderly mentor and puts a young child on his shoulders to use as a training weight. It could be straight out of "Rocky IV." It's not. That moment is from the life of...
  • Panthers sorry to see Islanders leave Nassau Coliseum for Brooklyn

    Panthers sorry to see Islanders leave Nassau Coliseum for Brooklyn
    Bill Torrey, the architect of the Islanders' four straight Stanley Cup titles in the early 1980s, received a standing ovation from their grateful fans Tuesday when he and his ever-present bow tie were shown on the scoreboard screen. Torrey, 80, who...
  • Solar Bears remain hot, top Gwinnett

    Solar Bears remain hot, top Gwinnett
    The Orlando Solar Bears slipped a few shots past a former teammate Tuesday night to emerge victorious and continue their recent hot streak. Garret Sparks stopped 27 shots, and Eric Baier, Brady Vail and David Broll scored to lead the Solar Bears (21-15-...