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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Flyers lose in overtime again, fall to Blue Jackets

    COLUMBUS, Ohio For the second straight game, the Flyers blew a third-period lead and lost on the road. This time, they coughed up a 3-1 advantage en route to a 4-3 overtime defeat to Columbus at Nationwide Arena on Friday night. Artem Anisimov's first...
  • Panthers fall 2-0 to Stars; Bergenheim requests trade

    Panthers fall 2-0 to Stars; Bergenheim requests trade
    A pregame comment by Panthers coach Gerard Gallant that questioned Sean Bergenheim's effort instigated an angry rebuttal from the player's agent, who added that he requested a trade after his client had been scratched recently. More significantly than...
  • Blast gets back on winning track with 11-0 win over Rochester

    Blast gets back on winning track with 11-0 win over Rochester
    Having a division foe at Royal Farms Arena was a welcome sight for the Blast on Friday night. After consecutive losses on the West Coast last weekend that ended its 13-game winning streak in the Major Arena Soccer League, the Blast got back on track...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Poquoson's Tyler strikes out 17 to lead Hokies past JMU in softball

    COLLEGES: Softball: Virginia Tech junior Maggie Tyler, a Poquoson High alumna, struck out a career-high 17 batters Friday as the Hokies nipped James Madison 3-2 in eight innings. Tyler's strikeouts were the most by a Tech pitcher since Angela...
  • Blues earn a break with impressive 6-3 win over Tampa Bay

    TAMPA, Fla. The first time the Blues faced the Tampa Bay Lightning this season, the difference was the Blues play in goal. In the second meeting, it was all about the assists. There were three picture-perfect passes to set up some of the Blues' five...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms begin three-in-three at home 7 p.m. Friday

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms begin three-in-three at home 7 p.m. Friday
    Taylor Leier, the rookie left winger for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, turns 21 on Sunday. He'll celebrate that birthday by playing in his third game in three days when the Phantoms travel to Springfield for a 5 p.m. AHL game. "We did them in juniors,...
  • Desharnais' rebound lifts Canadiens to 2-1 overtime win over Flyers

    MONTREAL Less than eight minutes away from stealing a win from mighty Montreal, the Flyers had to settle for a point Tuesday night. The Flyers wasted Ray Emery's superb goaltending, Matt Read's first goal in 26 games, and a stellar effort by their...
  • Panthers rising to the occasion against NHL's best

    Panthers rising to the occasion against NHL's best
    The Panthers may be in ninth place of the Eastern Conference, but they certainly haven't been pushed around by the league's elite. In the past three games alone the Panthers have knocked off the resurgent Metropolitan Division-leading Islanders and...
  • Kings' Jeff Carter answers boos in Columbus

    Kings' Jeff Carter answers boos in Columbus
    The boos reverberated as soon as the announcement of the starting lineup came out at Nationwide Arena on Monday night, the Kings' lineup including center Jeff Carter. Carter's absence has not made the hearts of Columbus Blue Jackets fans grow fonder....
  • Goumas gets it going; Phantoms defense gets healthier

    Goumas gets it going; Phantoms defense gets healthier
    Players were smiling a little bit extra during Tuesday's Lehigh Valley Phantoms practice. Some for the first time this year. Shayne Gostisbehere and Mark Alt, on the injured list for far too long, both skated with the team in non-contact jerseys...
  • Reeling Panthers will use All-Star break to rest for grueling schedule ahead

    A week ago the Panthers were coming off a three-game sweep of western Canada teams on a franchise-best 4-2 road trip and they were breathing down the Bruins' necks for a wild-card playoff berth. Life was good. The music was blaring in the locker room...