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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Flyers continue domination in Pittsburgh

    Flyers continue domination in Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH -- The second-seeded Pittsburgh Penguins and third-seeded Philadelphia Flyers are on course to meet in the Eastern Conference semifinal round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and that has to be...
  • Preview: Flyers at Penguins

    While the Pittsburgh Penguins are locked in as the Metropolitan Division champions, the Philadelphia Flyers can finish in a variety of different spots as the postseason nears. With a potential Eastern Conference first-round playoff meeting in the cards,...
  • Without Tiger Woods, pro golf might as well be pro tennis

     Without Tiger Woods, pro golf might as well be pro tennis
    Running off at the typewriter. … I've heard some of my golf purist buddies say this week that the Masters is still the Masters even without Tiger Woods, which is about as ludicrous as saying Thanksgiving is still Thanksgiving even without the...
  • Hurricanes get first win in Detroit since 1989

    Hurricanes get first win in Detroit since 1989 DETROIT -- Even though the Carolina Hurricanes had already been eliminated from playoff contention, they didn't like the way they finished their home season on Thursday night. So, goaltender Cam Ward made...
  • Friday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Gloucester's Burney sparks ODU past ECU; Bruins beat Admirals in OT

    Colleges: Baseball: Gloucester High alum Josiah Burney was 3-for-4 with two runs and the go-ahead two-run double in the eighth as host Old Dominion (21-14, 9-7 Conference USA) beat East Carolina 7-3 to start a three-game series. The Pirates fell...
  • Red Wings fall to Hurricanes

    DETROIT The loss was widely described as a hangover, and the Detroit Red Wings plan a weekend cure. Numerous good chances went nowhere Friday night as the Wings hosted the Carolina Hurricanes at Joe Louis Arena, thwarted by Cam Ward to hand Detroit a 2-1...
  • Gudlevskis strong in debut as Lightning down Jackets

    Gudlevskis strong in debut as Lightning down Jackets TAMPA, Fla. -- Stopping 55 shots against Canada in the Olympics is apparently pretty good for the confidence level. At least it was for goaltender Kristers Gudlevskis. And his latest stop in a busy...
  • Blackhawks lose in lax effort as playoffs loom

     Blackhawks lose in lax effort as playoffs loom
    WASHINGTON — While his teammates battled the Capitals down on the ice, Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith was perched in the relatively safe environs of the Verizon Center press box Friday night. It was a healthy Keith who wore a suit instead of a...
  • Solar Bears often put opponents on ice when games are decided by 1 goal

    Solar Bears often put opponents on ice when games are decided by 1 goal
    If their first 70 games are any indication, the Orlando Solar Bears will find themselves in a close game Saturday night against the Reading Royals. Just like Thursday night, when the Greenville Road Warriors provided the opposition at Amway Center....
  • Blackhawks balance rest, momentum

    WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Chicago Blackhawks are locked into third place in the Central Division but still have some hockey left to play during the regular season. The defending Stanley Cup champions will try to strike a balance between resting some of...
  • Preview: Hurricanes at Red Wings

    Having clinched a playoff slot for the 23rd consecutive season, the longest active streak among the four major sports, the Detroit Red Wings will host the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday night in their next-to-last game of the regular season. Detroit is...