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  • Wild, Zach Parise improving puck possession

    PITTSBURGH To say Zach Parise has evolved is an understatement. The Wild winger used to be a big proponent of the dump-and-chase game, reminding critics during a classic rant last year that all teams dump the puck, including the Pittsburgh Penguins...
  • Fox agrees to air 71 Ducks games this season as talks on deal continue

    With a rights deal still unsigned, the Ducks are far along enough in negotiations with Fox to reveal their full television schedule Wednesday, with plans for all 82 games to be televised, including 71 by Fox cable affiliates Prime Ticket and Fox Sports...
  • Almond returns to Wild to show his game is NHL ready

    Cody Almond realized he no longer played in North America when he walked into a Switzerland bar one night, ordered two drinks and forked over 70 Swiss francs or about $75. "That was an eye opener," Almond, a fifth-round pick by the Wild in 2007, said,...
  • Wild goaltender Darcy Kuemper ready for debut

    The Wild players who did not participate in Monday's preseason opener at Winnipeg practiced for 1 1/2 hours Tuesday at Xcel Energy Center. Among them: goaltender Darcy Kuemper, who will play the first two periods of Thursday's game at Pittsburgh. Kuemper...
  • Michael Leighton trying to crawl way back to NHL

    SOUTH BEND, Ind.— Michael Leighton had one question for Patrick Kane when the new Blackhawks teammates crossed paths the other day. "I just asked him why he had to shoot it from the corner like that," Leighton said, referring to Kane's goal in...
  • Two men charged over painkillers sold to NY Rangers' Derek Boogaard

    (Reuters) - A former minor league hockey player was arrested on Tuesday on charges he sold painkillers to late New York Rangers' enforcer Derek Boogaard, who died from an accidental overdose of alcohol and oxycodone in 2011, a U.S. attorney said on...
  • Miracle on Ice's Bob Suter dies at age 57

    Miracle on Ice's Bob Suter dies at age 57
    Bob Suter, a defenseman on the 1980 Miracle on Ice team that stunningly won the Olympic gold medal in hockey, died of an apparent heart attack on Tuesday at age 57 in Madison, Wis. Suter played in all seven games during the U.S. team's improbable run to...
  • Two charged in overdose death of former Wild player Derek Boogaard

    More than three years after Derek Boogaard's fatal overdose in his brother's downtown Minneapolis residence, a former small-time hockey player and a health professional who had access to narcotics, have been indicted in federal court in New York in...
  • Barker among 52 invited to Blackhawks' training camp

    Barker among 52 invited to Blackhawks' training camp
    The Chicago Blackhawks released their official training camp roster Thursday, and the list includes 52 players who will compete for jobs for the 2014-15 NHL season. The biggest surprise is the presence of Cam Barker, who was considered a bust with the...
  • NHL roundup: Flyers captain Giroux out two weeks

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Flyers captain Giroux out two weeks Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux will miss approximately two weeks with a lower-body injury sustained Friday. General manager Ron Hextall said Giroux left the ice about 15...
  • Game roundup: Angels clinch AL West title

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Final Update: Adds Rangers-A's, changes lede Game roundup: Angels clinch AL West title ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Los Angeles Angels were forced to wait late into the night Wednesday to uncork their American League West title...