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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • NHL roundup: Senators fire coach MacLean

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Senators fire coach MacLean The Ottawa Senators, who are in 10th place in the Eastern Conference after missing the playoffs last season, fired coach Paul MacLean on Monday and replaced him with assistant Dave Cameron....
  • Senators fire MacLean as coach

    The Sports Xchange Senators fire MacLean as coach The Ottawa Senators, who are in 10th place in the Eastern Conference after missing the playoffs last season, fired coach Paul MacLean on Monday. No replacement was immediately announced. MacLean was in...
  • Jets 2, Sabres 1

    Jets 2, Sabres 1: Ondrej Pavelec ended a prolonged slump with a 19-save performance as Winnipeg edged host Buffalo. Pavelec wasn't busy, but was sharp when he needed to be as he halted a personal five-game losing streak. Bryan Little had a first-period...
  • Multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU women finish seventh in volleyball poll

    COLLEGES: Women's volleyball: Christopher Newport (34-4), which won a regional in the Freeman Center to reach the NCAA quarterfinals on its home court, finished with a national ranking of No. 7 in the Division III coaches poll. CNU posted its fourth...
  • Preview: Senators at Penguins

    The Ottawa Senators visit the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday for the first of three meetings on the season. Ottawa is mired in a four-game winless skid (0-3-1) and has not won in regulation in seven contests (1-5-1). The Penguins are battling for the...
  • Preview: Canadiens at Blackhawks

    After a largely successful circus road trip, the Chicago Blackhawks showed last time out that they're just as dangerous now that they're back at home. The Blackhawks will look to continue their winning ways Friday night as they welcome the Montreal...
  • Panthers hope to end losing streak to Blue Jackets

    No one beats the Panthers 10 times in a row. They hope. The Panthers have lost nine straight games to the Columbus Blue Jackets, including a 2-1 snoozer on Monday in Nationwide Arena, but they get a quick shot at revenge Thursday at the BB&T Center....
  • AHL's Lehigh Valley Phantoms looking for power play consistency

     AHL's Lehigh Valley Phantoms looking for power play consistency
    With three games in three days (and having to face that same scheduled next week), the AHL's Lehigh Valley Phantoms (9-8-2 for 20 points) play four of their next six games on the road, and need to start putting together some road wins. Lehigh Valley...
  • Pominville's fluky goal lifts Wild to 2-1 victory over Montreal

    Whether the shaft of his stick was below the crossbar, Jason Pominville badly needed a break to go his way just once. The Wild's snakebit goal scorer had been fanning on shots for a month. He had been flanking and flubbing pucks or outright firing wide...
  • New attitude for more competitive Florida Panthers

    DETROIT With road victories over teams such as Anaheim, San Jose and Detroit, people around the NHL have taken notice of the Panthers this season. Florida came into Wednesday three points in back of Boston and Toronto for the final wild-card spot in...
  • Hurricanes halt Predators' winning streak

    Hurricanes halt Predators' winning streak RALEIGH, N.C. -- Hovering near the bottom of the Eastern Conference for two months, wins over division leaders Pittsburgh and Nashville in the last five days have given the Carolina Hurricanes hope they can still...