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  • NHL: pluses and minuses around the league

    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + The San Jose Sharks didn't gain much ground during a 5-0-0 homestand because the Kings and Ducks each earned a loser point in shootouts. "Back in the day, teams...
  • Ducks' Saku Koivu not yet medically cleared

    Saku Koivu practiced with the Ducks for a second consecutive day at Wednesday’s morning skate, but doctors are stopping the veteran center from playing in a game because of the effects of the concussion he received Oct. 27 in Columbus. “I...
  • Baltimore Hockey Classic draws low turnout at Baltimore Arena

    Baltimore Hockey Classic draws low turnout at Baltimore Arena
    If Tuesday night's Baltimore Hockey Classic, which pitted the Washington Capitals against the Boston Bruins, was any indication, Baltimore had better things to do than watch a live NHL preseason game. There were thousands of empty seats inside Baltimore...
  • Bruins Melt In The Garden Heat

    Bruins Melt In The Garden Heat
    BOSTON — They played until the Boston days turned to 95 degrees and the Boston nights turned into a steam bath. They played until the TD Garden ice turned to the river Charles. And when Milan Lucic scored with less than eight minutes remaining...
  • Game 4: Goals goals goals!

    Game 4: Goals goals goals!
    Where are the Blackhawks' stars? In Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Hawks grabbed a win with goals from four unlikely sources: Brandon Saad, Johnny Oduya, Andrew Shaw and Dave Bolland. Since then, the offense has been hauntingly quiet, especially...
  • You win, Boston. Just not this series.

    You win, Boston. Just not this series.
    EDITOR'S NOTE: In the spirit of sports brotherhood—and trash talk—RedEye and the New England Sports Network have set up a columnist showdown. Chicago vs. Boston. Blackhawks vs. Bruins. Bag Boy vs. NESN hockey writer Mike Cole. Have at it,...
  • Blackhawks got lucky

    Blackhawks got lucky
    I agree with the adage that suggests "luck is where hard work meets opportunity." It was coined by a first-century Roman philosopher named Seneca, but I always attribute it to former Blackhawk Richie Preston. It's more colorful that way and it's a way...
  • Nothing to see with these Sox

    Nothing to see with these Sox
    You reach a point where you stop reading and watching. Of course with the White Sox, that implies at some point I started watching this season. I never did. So, no big deal that Jake Peavy has been sidelined (again? When is he not?) with a rib injury....
  • Quenneville, Julien share playing past, coaching style

    Quenneville, Julien share playing past, coaching style
    When Joel Quenneville was an 18-year-old defenseman for the Windsor Spitfires in the Ontario Hockey League, displaying exemplary professionalism and passion for the game, Wayne Maxner sensed a natural leader in his midst. "I never had to worry when Joel...
  • Bruins Fourth Line Powers 2-1 Win Over Rangers

    Bruins Fourth Line Powers 2-1 Win Over Rangers
    NEW YORK — Sometimes the King wins. And sometimes the serfs win. The Yankees' Andy Pettitte might be the king of Game 2 in New York postseason lore, but Henrik Lundqvist had developed into the lord of Game 3. Entering this third game of the...
  • Flyer killer Brodeur gets another chance

    Flyer killer Brodeur gets another chance
    The Devils you say! Just two words are all you need to know about the New Jersey Devils: Martin Brodeur. Two words, one name. The greatest goalie in NHL history, surpassing St. Patrick of Roy. The only goalie besides Ron Hextall to score goals in NHL...