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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Flyers fall to Islanders in shootout

    Flyers fall to Islanders in shootout
    PHILADELPHIA — Rest or rust? Hard to tell which was more at play in the Flyers' disappointing 3-2 shootout loss to the New York Islanders on Thursday night at the Wells Fargo Center, ending Philadelphia's four-game winning streak. The Flyers...
  • Stars fall to Lightning despite outshooting opponent for second time in three games

    DALLAS The outshoot-the-opponent strategy failed the Stars again on Thursday night. For the second time in three days, the Stars failed to take advantage of an offensive advantage. They spotted the points leader in the Eastern Conference and early two-...
  • Helene St. James: With window to win closing, Red Wings eye trade

    DENVER The dilemma is common for shoppers: Is the desired item worth the price? The NHL trade deadline is less than a month away, and the Detroit Red Wings have the good fortune to be firmly on the buyers' side of things, as they've established solid...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms lose third straight home game

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms lose third straight home game
    Too little too late for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Wednesday night. Too many penalties as well. And way too many shots allowed. The Worcester Sharks recovered from a slow start and pounded the Phantoms with 44 shots, including two third-period...
  • Three takeways from the Ducks' 5-4 win over Carolina

    The Ducks skated into Thursday’s game with the Carolina Hurricanes off back-to-back losses in which they had been outscored 10-4. And when they went down by two goals early in the third period, it looked like they were about to lose three straight...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms assistant Cote uses lessons learned from playing to coach

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms assistant Cote uses lessons learned from playing to coach
    At age 32, Lehigh Valley Phantoms assistant coach Riley Cote finds himself a lot smarter and wiser than the reckless avalanche boulder of a left wing that he was for six years as a player for the Phantoms and the Philadelphia Flyers. In 168 games in...
  • Penguins winger Perron happy with his change of scenery

    David Perron doesn't seem to have any hard feelings toward Edmonton. Doesn't have much reason to. After all, when the Oilers sent him to the Penguins for blue-collar winger Rob Klinkhammer and a first-round draft choice Jan. 2, he was transplanted...
  • Mike Sielski: Martin Brodeur a class act for hockey

    Here in Philadelphia, we like our sports villains nasty, arrogant, demonstrative. It makes them easier to dislike. When Michael Irvin strutted out of a Texas Stadium tunnel, when Kobe Bryant promised to rip out the 76ers' hearts, when Scott Stevens...
  • Slow-starting Panthers fall 3-1 to Devils

    The Panthers faced a different Devils' squad than the one that spoiled their home opener with a 5-1 loss back in October. Former Panthers coach Peter DeBoer was canned last month and replaced by a triumvirate of General Manager Lou Lamoriello, former...
  • Mason stops 30 shots in Flyers' 1-0 win over Maple Leafs

    PHILADELPHIA — Steve Mason's first shutout of the season still kept him shut out of the win column. Mason's stellar effort in shutout No. 2 not only earned him a victory this time around, Philadelphia's flickering playoff got a needed boost....
  • Saturday's multi-sport local and college roundup: Admirals sweep Senators, escape AHL East cellar

    PRO HOCKEY: The Norfolk Admirals got out of the AHL Eastern Conference cellar Saturday night, beating the host Binghamton (N.Y.) Senators 2-1 in overtime to sweep a two-game series. Andrew O'Brien scored the winning goal 1:59 into the extra period....