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Hartford Wolf Pack

The American Hockey League affliiate of the New York Rangers. The team plays its games at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn.
The American Hockey League affliiate of the New York Rangers. The team plays its games at the XL Center in Hartford, Conn. « Show less

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  • Robert Gibbs: Mouth of the (White) House

     
    by Mark Silva updated at 2:35 pm EST His tie was baby blue, coordinated with the backdrop of a high-tech White House press briefing room. His demeanor was calm, coordinated with the tone of the new Obama White House. His...
  • Jeff Jacobs: McIlrath's Hits A Bright Spot, But Wolf Pack Swept Away

    Jeff Jacobs: McIlrath's Hits A Bright Spot, But Wolf Pack Swept Away
    HARTFORD — The Wolf Pack's 18th AHL season in Hartford ended at 9:15 Wednesday night. Save for Dylan McIlrath's arena-shaking hits, their best playoff run since 2004 would end with too little noise in the Eastern Conference finals. The Wolf Pack...

    No Clowning, Wolf Pack Remain Confident After Loss In Worcester

    No Clowning, Wolf Pack Remain Confident After Loss In Worcester
    WORCESTER — They have no time to sulk. They have no time to pout. They have no time to put on one of those sad clown faces and feel sorry for themselves. If the Worcester Wolf Pack drop another game on Monday night, they might as well kiss their...

    Sept. 9, 2009: Al Groh's job teetering at Virginia

    Sept. 9, 2009: Al Groh's job teetering at Virginia
    If past is prelude, the University of Virginia should brace for a miserable football season. And we all know what that would mean. Summon the hangman for the head man. Not to give Al Groh the bum's rush a mere one game into his ninth season as coach. He...

    Impressionist work of Landesburg artfully rallies Virginia past N.C. State in ACC opener

    With the NFL playoffs kicking off later Saturday afternoon, Tony Bennett recalled two of football's most unflappable performers. "Poised when it gets crazy," he said of Joe Montana and Brett Favre. The reference came moments after Bennett's University...