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  • When Gordie Howe Signed, Hockey Became Relevant In Hartford

    When Gordie Howe Signed, Hockey Became Relevant In Hartford
    For a city starving for a sports identity, the arrival of the greatest player in the history of hockey was met with a collective gasp. Gordie Howe was 49 years old when he brought his two sons to town in 1977. The New England Whalers were a struggling...
  • Ducks' Corey Perry doesn't let up as he comes through in the clutch

    He's scored from his knees and while being pushed into a barrel roll. Ducks forward Corey Perry has eight two-goal games, nine game-winning goals and he's let four games or more pass only twice this season without slapping the puck into the net. "He...
  • Hawks lucky to face crumbling Blues

    Halfway through the season -- heck, as late as a month ago -- the St. Louis Blues were the team you wanted to avoid in the playoffs. You wanted to avoid them for as long as possible. They were good and getting better with the addition of a big-name...
  • Some good clubs will be out of NHL playoffs early

    The Colorado Avalanche rose from the dregs of a 29th-place finish last season to win the Central Division title, and the St. Louis Blues collapsed late in the regular season and lost their chance to finish atop the Central, Western Conference and the...
  • NHL playoff preview: Breaking down the first-round matchups

    One season under the NHL’s realigned conference setup probably was enough for Eastern teams to veto future additions from the West. The Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets, who moved from the West to the East before this season, won...
  • Bruce Boudreau believes he's ready to fulfill dream of winning the Cup

    Bruce Boudreau believes he's ready to fulfill dream of winning the Cup
    Maybe a man who has steered his teams to six regular-season division titles but never gotten one past a second-round playoff series is supposed to keep quiet about his longing to hold the Stanley Cup. That’ll never be Bruce Boudreau. The Ducks...
  • 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,...
  • Coffee Companion (4/25): Orioles come home happy, Phelps comes in second, and more

    Coffee Companion (4/25): Orioles come home happy, Phelps comes in second, and more
    Who doesn't want to relive a night when, after a painfully tense stretch of Orioles games, fans could relax a bit while watching the home team? That's why blogger/reporter Jon Meoli writes the Coffee Companion -- where every morning, Monday through...
  • Ducks must deal with boisterous Stars fans

    Ducks must deal with boisterous Stars fans
    DALLAS -- The Ducks established their franchise record for road victories this season (25), winning at hostile dens like San Jose, Staples Center, St. Louis (twice) and Chicago. Monday night at Dallas is a different animal. The Stars, trailing...
  • Flyers working hard to recapture some of their past glory

    Flyers working hard to recapture some of their past glory
    PHILADELPHIA — Reminders of the Flyers' past are inescapable in and around the Wells Fargo Center. Photographs from the Broad Street Bullies era hang in the locker room, and a photo montage of Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Bob Kelly, Joe Watson and...
  • Anze Kopitar, Slovenia can feel proud despite Olympic hockey loss

    Anze Kopitar, Slovenia can feel proud despite Olympic hockey loss
    SOCHI, Russia -- The disappointment Anze Kopitar felt was immediate and deep after Slovenia’s 5-0 loss to Sweden Wednesday in the quarterfinals of the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament, the end of the road for a gutsy team that won the admiration of...