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Eastern Conference (NHL)

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  • Regular season schedule is set for Lehigh Valley Phantoms

    Regular season schedule is set for Lehigh Valley Phantoms
    The American Hockey League is starting the inaugural season of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms with a tip of the helmet to the present and the past. The Phantoms, the top affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, will open their first season in the Lehigh...
  • On The Fly: Maya Moore Named WNBA MVP

    Since Maya Moore gave up soccer as a little girl because she thought it was too slow, her athletic life has been one competitive thrill ride after the other. On Thursday, the four-time UConn all-American was named the WNBA's Most Valuable Player, a just...
  • Late goals by ex-Terps Sieverts, Snider give Outlaws title, 12-11

    Late goals by ex-Terps Sieverts, Snider give Outlaws title, 12-11
    Major League Lacrosse Late goals by ex-Terps Sieverts, Snider give Outlaws title, 12-11 Maryland alumnus Drew Snider scored on a high shot in transition from 15 yards out with 56 seconds left for the game-winner as the Denver Outlaws rallied to earn...
  • Is that a schedule or a nyah-nyah-nyah at Bulls?

    Is that a schedule or a nyah-nyah-nyah at Bulls?
    Wait, that’s not an NBA schedule, that’s just taunting the Bulls.  Did you see their first two games? It’s a painful summer rerun of all their painful summers filled with failed free agency and failed trade efforts. The Bulls open...
  • Fire blank Red Bulls

    Mike Magee struggled with a sore calf through training last week, but he shook off discomfort to deliver a game-winning goal for the Fire on Sunday night. The forward had a penalty kick blocked in the 38th minute but alertly punched in the deflection as...
  • Why is Rose still playing USA Basketball?

    The Bulls just moved up in the Central Division standings and the Eastern Conference playoff race because of a stupid basketball endeavor. International basketball is good for something, I guess. Such as, a season-ending injury to a rival star before...
  • Flyers' Timonen being treated for blood clots

    Flyers' Timonen being treated for blood clots
    When the news broke Tuesday afternoon that Flyers veteran defenseman Kimmo Timonen had been diagnosed with blood clots in both lungs and his right leg, the natural inclination for the media was to speculate on the possibility of his career being over....
  • Fire fall 1-0 to Impact

    Marco Di Vaio's 84th-minute goal was the difference as the Montreal Impact recorded a 1-0 win over the Chicago Fire on Saturday. The Italian striker finished a play that that began with an excursion by defender Eric Miller up the left side of the pitch....
  • Rochester, Denver to meet in Major League Lacrosse final

    Major League Lacrosse After trailing or being tied for most of the game, the host Rochester Rattlers came back with five unanswered goals in the final seven minutes to beat the Ohio Machine, 15-11, in the Major League Lacrosse semifinals Saturday....
  • New York Rangers' Martin St. Louis loses a parent, finds a family

    The question was easy for Martin St. Louis to answer. Asked what his mother might think about his playing in the Stanley Cup Final, the New York Rangers forward offered a quiet, simple response. "She'd be pretty happy about that," he said. The story...
  • NHL reduces Carcillo's suspension

    New York Rangers forward Daniel Carcillo is eligible to play in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final after his 10-game suspension for striking an official was reduced to six games upon appeal. The NHL Players' Association asked the league to review his...