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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Bruins 2, Jets 1 (OT)

    The Sports Xchange By Mike Shalin, The Sports Xchange Bruins 2, Jets 1 (OT) BOSTON -- Defenseman Dougie Hamilton scored with 1:21 left in overtime to give Boston a 2-1 victory over Winnipeg on Friday night, the Bruins' 13th straight home win over the...
  • Bruins end strong month at home with OT win over Jets

    EditorsNote: changes period on tying goal in second graph Bruins end strong month at home with OT win over Jets BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins were hoping to make some noise during a busy November that called for nine of their 12 games at home. Mission...
  • Panthers find way to beat goalie Anderson, Senators

    SUNRISE — A barrage of Panthers shots pummeled Ottawa goaltender Craig Anderson and upset the former Florida goalie's traditional tropical comfort level in a 3-2 win on Friday night at the BB&T Center. Anderson, who spent parts of three seasons...
  • Panthers edge Senators, move up in standings

    SUNRISE, Fla. The Panthers played one of their most complete games of the year on Friday night, keeping the puck in the Ottawa zone and making goalie Craig Anderson earn everything he got. Florida got a little something for the effort. With two goals in...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Virginia women knock off No. 1 UCLA, reach NCAA soccer semifinals

    COLLEGES: Women’s soccer: Emily Sonnett and Morgan Brian scored to lead No. 4-ranked Virginia to a 2-1 win Friday over No. 1 UCLA in an NCAA quarterfinal in Los Angeles. The defending national champion Bruins ended the season with a 21-1-2...
  • Cuban stumps for NBA realignment

    The Sports Xchange Cuban stumps for NBA realignment Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban would like to see his team -- and seven other NBA teams -- change conferences. The past few years, the NBA featured more strong teams in the West than in the East....
  • Phantoms can't overcome early 3-0 deficit, drop game to Springfield

    Phantoms can't overcome early 3-0 deficit, drop game to Springfield
    Falling behind 3-0 heading into the final period is never a good sign. Until the third period, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms generated little offense at all. Thanks to an early power play goal by Mike Hoeffel, the Springfield Falcons won their seventh...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Hampton native Newsome earns ODAC football Coach of Year honors with Emory and Henry

    COLLEGES: Football: In his first year with Emory and Henry, Hampton native Curt Newsome was named the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Coach of Year. His team finished 8-2, including 5-2 in the conference, to tie for first after being picked eighth...
  • 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...
  • Lundqvist, Rangers Shut Out Canadiens

    Lundqvist, Rangers Shut Out Canadiens
    NEW YORK -- The New York Rangers haven't played all that well over the first two months of the season, but if their past two games are any indication, they may be close to turning things around. Goaltender Henrik Lundqvist made 21 saves and the Rangers...