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  • Chicago isn't Detroit, but it can learn from Motor City's innovative rehab

    Chicago isn't Detroit, but it can learn from Motor City's innovative rehab
    You hear the term "blank canvas" a lot around here, and it rankles many Detroiters, as if their years of sticking with this troubled, recently bankrupted city amounted to zilch. Yet at the same time, so much has been emptied out of this vast city...
  • Blackhawks assert 3-1 lead won't lessen resolve to close out series

    Blackhawks assert 3-1 lead won't lessen resolve to close out series
    Standing at the lectern moments after his team had suffered a heartbreaking — and series altering — triple-overtime loss to the Blackhawks, Predators coach Peter Laviolette wanted to make one thing clear. "Our guys are a resilient group,"...
  • Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup

    Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup
    The NHL will have a new champion and the Stanley Cup playoffs will welcome back some long-absent teams. The Kings became the first champion to miss the playoffs the following season since Carolina in 2007. They were joined on the sidelines by the Boston...
  • Kings just don't have enough depth to get into NHL playoffs

    Kings just don't have enough depth to get into NHL playoffs
    Jonathan Quick held tight to the dream until almost the very end, no matter that the Kings knew they'd have to beat the Flames on Thursday and get help from other teams to squeeze into the playoffs and continue their quest for a second straight Stanley...
  • The art and science of hockey bench management

     The art and science of hockey bench management
    It is a ballet. And a kind of speed chess. It has a basic pattern. But it also has improvisation, created by the coaches' tactical decisions. It has straightforward movement and seemingly chaotic swirl. Bodies leap over boards or race in and out of...
  • Hard to argue against Joel Quenneville sticking with Corey Crawford

    Hard to argue against Joel Quenneville sticking with Corey Crawford
    Besides Blackhawks rookie Scott Darling, only one other goaltender in NHL history won his playoff debut while allowing no goals and playing more than 60 minutes. His name was Normie Smith of the Red Wings and 79 years ago he shut out the Montreal...
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 4/16 log (updated Wednesday AM)

    4:30 a.m.    Tennis: Men’s Monte Carlo Masters.--Tennis Ch. 6 a.m.    Golf: Shenzhen International first round (d. in China).--Golf 1:30 p.m.    Baseball: Milwaukee at St. Louis or (at 1) Kansas City at Minnesota.--MLB Net. 3 p.m.    Soccer:...
  • Hockey Legend Gordie Howe Responds To Experimental Treatments

    Hockey Legend Gordie Howe Responds To Experimental Treatments
    LUBBOCK, Texas — Ravaged by a stroke that left him unable to walk and barely able to speak, Gordie Howe had decided it was time to quit. His sons didn't want to hear it. Not from Mr. Hockey, whose 25-year career in the NHL was defined by his...
  • NHL teams' goalie choices may be make or break for the playoffs

    NHL teams' goalie choices may be make or break for the playoffs
    Red Wings Coach Mike Babcock told reporters Monday he had to "try and take all the emotion out of it" while choosing goaltender Petr Mrazek over an experienced but struggling Jimmy Howard to start Detroit's first-round Eastern Conference playoff series...
  • NHL Eastern Conference Has Compelling Playoff Matchups

    Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins took so long to clinch a playoff berth, they almost missed the postseason altogether. And the consequences are daunting for their tardiness in securing the Eastern Conference's final spot on the last day of the...
  • NHL playoff preview: Eastern Conference capsules

    NHL playoff preview: Eastern Conference capsules
    #1 New York Rangers vs. #4 Pittsburgh Penguins The Rangers captured the Presidents' Trophy for most points in the NHL with 113. New York has a potent offense led by Rick Nash (42 goals and 27 assists), and goaltender Henrik Lundqvist is back from injury...