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  • Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is never down on the farm

    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is never down on the farm
    The road to the heart of hockey's greatest team is covered in gravel and clouded in dust. The road is bumpy, barren, stretching out from a town with no stoplights into a vast and desolate countryside blanketed in an interminable silence interrupted by...
  • UConn Hockey Lands Elite 16-Year-Old Recruit

    The UConn men's hockey team has added a significant building block for coach Mike Cavanaugh's program with the oral commitment of elite forward Tage Thompson, who informed the Huskies' staff Friday that he will play college hockey in Storrs. Thompson,...
  • Sharks, Kings to square off outdoors in Levi's Stadium

    SAN JOSE, Calif. There had been hints for months that the Sharks and Los Angeles Kings would take their California rivalry outdoors next season, and the big question where? was answered Wednesday: Levi's Stadium. The NHL gave the nod to the new Santa...
  • Bulls, Blackhawks courting marquee attractions

    Bulls, Blackhawks courting marquee attractions
    Neither Bulls general manager Gar Forman nor Blackhawks counterpart Stan Bowman comes across as your typical autograph seeker. They aren't 12-year-old boys or greedy adults looking to make a buck on eBay. They aren't asking anybody to sign a body part....
  • Chris Erskine's World Cup reflections head into extra time

    Chris Erskine's World Cup reflections head into extra time
    Random thoughts while waiting for FIFA to hand out Oscars for best actor, best flop: Soccer needs a World Cup every year.... For a few weeks, the American team brought fans together in the way only football usually does, with beer, chicken wings,...
  • Blackhawks assistant coach Kompon leaving

    Blackhawks assistant coach Kompon leaving
    The turnover in the Chicago Blackhawks' coaching staff continues.  A day after the Hawks hired Jimmy Waite as their goaltending coach, a source said that assistant coach Jamie Kompon will leave the organization to become general manager and head coach...
  • Kings sign LW King to 3-year deal

    The Sports Xchange Kings sign LW King to 3-year deal The Los Angeles Kings agreed to terms on a new three-year contract with restricted free agent left winger Dwight King, the team announced Wednesday. The two sides agreed on a $5.85 million deal,...
  • Kings, Dwight King agree on three-year deal

    Kings, Dwight King agree on three-year deal
    The Kings have reached agreement on a three-year contract with restricted free agent left wing Dwight King, avoiding an arbitration hearing that had been scheduled to take place in Toronto on Friday. General Manager Dean Lombardi told The Times via email...
  • NHL roundup: Kings, LW King agree on three-year deal

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Kings, LW King agree on three-year deal The Los Angeles Kings agreed to terms on a new three-year contract with restricted free agent left winger Dwight King, the team announced Wednesday. The two sides agreed on a $5....
  • Real estate broker has his own view of drones

    Real estate broker has his own view of drones
    An area businessman is looking to change the perception of unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly called drones, starting with businesses in the La Crescenta area. Phil Coombes, a real estate broker from Pasadena, spoke at the Crescenta Valley Chamber of...
  • Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention

    Dodgers TV 'blueout' a long way from end despite Congress' attention
    Lawmakers, having cured all else that ails us, have now turned their high beams on this Dodgers TV standoff. I suspect relief is just years away. Not that we don't applaud their efforts this week. First, they called on the Federal Communications...