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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Hawks ownership group approves plan to sell all shares; team is expected to stay in Atlanta

    The Atlanta Hawks are on the market. The team's owners said Thursday they have unanimously approved a plan to sell all shares. The sale would include operating rights to Philips Arena, the Hawks' home. The sale "will commence immediately," and the...
  • Preview: Penguins at Devils

    One Metropolitan Division team will end its three-game slide Monday, when the Eastern Conference-leading Pittsburgh Penguins visit the New Jersey Devils. Pittsburgh, which owns a two-point lead over the New York Islanders in the division, fell to 0-2-1 in...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: CNU's Brown earns third consecutive All-American honor

    COLLEGES: Men’s soccer: Jalon Brown, Christopher Newport’s all-time leading goal- and point-scorer, was named a Division III All-American for the third consecutive year. The Grafton High graduate was a second-team forward for the second...
  • Drew Doughty says Kings need to step up against Eastern teams

    Leave it to Drew Doughty to create a new measuring stick between Eastern Conference and Western Conference teams. How about the ice bag factor? The Kings defenseman was talking about the differences between the conferences and the need for the Kings...
  • Admirals bounce back by beating East-leading Falcons

    The Norfolk Admirals' second game featuring a pair of longtime NHL players on conditioning stints went much better than the first. The Admirals (11-16-0-0) overcame a two-goal deficit to defeat the AHL Eastern Conference-leading Springfield Falcons 4-...
  • Panthers claw back but fall 4-3 in OT to Sabres

    — In years past the Panthers would've gladly taken a 1-1-1 road trip against quality opponents such as the Blues, Red Wings and suprisingly surging Sabres. But not this year's version, who currently reside in the eighth and final playoff spot in...
  • L.V. hockey ref retires after too many hits to head —his own head

    L.V. hockey ref retires after too many hits to head —his own head
    Bob Fyrer is only 40 years old, but called it a career Saturday night. A Lehigh University graduate, Fyrer has been a linesman in the American Hockey League for 17 seasons. But Saturday night, at the PPL Center in downtown Allentown as the Lehigh Valley...
  • Phantoms fall to Albany at Atlantic City

    Phantoms fall to Albany at Atlantic City
    ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — Lehigh Valley Phantoms fans have certainly been getting their money's worth this season. Extra hockey has been a hallmark of the 2014-15 campaign. The Phantoms played their eighth overtime game of the season and second...
  • Have the Flyers turned the corner?

    Maybe the Philadelphia Flyers should receive job security threats more often. Ever since there were rumblings of possible trades or changes in the structure of the team (read: head coach) on their recent West Coast trip, things seem to have taken a turn...
  • Ilya Bryzgalov expected to start for Ducks late this week

    Ilya Bryzgalov expected to start for Ducks late this week
    Ilya Bryzgalov practiced Monday with a full Ducks roster for the first time in more than seven years, with the veteran goaltender moving toward a return game with the club this week. Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau said he expects Bryzgalov to play by the...
  • Panthers edge Capitals in 20-round shootout

    SUNRISE, Fla. -- In the longest shootout in NHL history, the Florida Panthers edged the Washington Capitals 2-1 on Tuesday night at the BB&T Center. Nick Bjugstad got the game-winning shootout goal for Florida (34 points) in the 20th round. The...