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  • Panthers rally from two goals down, win shootout

    Panthers rally from two goals down, win shootout
    The time has arrived for the Florida Panthers to show if there is genuine tread on their snowshoes. Beginning a stretch of three games in four days amid a five-game trip vital to their playoff aspirations, the Panthers found positive traction Thursday...
  • Preview: Panthers at Senators, 7 p.m., Saturday

    Preview: Panthers at Senators, 7 p.m., Saturday
    Panthers at Senators When/where: 7:30 p.m., Canadian Tire Center, Ottawa TV: FSF; Radio: 560-AM. Scouting report: The Panthers go for the Eastern Canada trifecta following wins at Toronto and Montreal. They moved within one point of the last wild-...
  • Panthers gain credibility as serious playoff threat

    Panthers gain credibility as serious playoff threat
    A Canadian media which have often relished taking shots at the Florida Panthers are practically fawning over them so far on this trip through the cradle of hockey country. After the Panthers toyed with Team Turmoil, aka the Maple Leafs on Tuesday in...
  • Sabres beat Flyers 3-2 in shootout

    Sabres beat Flyers 3-2 in shootout
    PHILADELPHIA — The Buffalo Sabres might be the worst team in the NHL but the Flyers made them look like the 1976 Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night. It took all the energy the Flyers could muster to escape with a point in a 3-2 shootout loss...
  • Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins

    Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins
    VOORHEES—Eric Desjardins may have experienced his greatest glory as a member of the Montreal Canadiens but he will always think of himself as a Flyer. Why? Because, aside from the Stanley Cup he won with the Habs back in 1993, Desjardins' career...
  • Ducks' Matt Beleskey, Sami Vatanen sidelined after injuries

    Ducks' Matt Beleskey, Sami Vatanen sidelined after injuries
    Already dealing with defensive holes, the Ducks announced Tuesday there are more voids to fill. Forward Matt Beleskey will be sidelined two to four weeks with a shoulder injury and defenseman Sami Vatanen four to six weeks because of a leg injury....
  • Panthers' Gallant grateful for career revival in Montreal

    Panthers' Gallant grateful for career revival in Montreal
    The Gerard Galland Reunion Tour has had several notable stops already this season as the Florida Panthers coach revisits landmarks from his past. The next one has everything to do with why Gallant is in his present spot leading the improving Panthers...
  • Berube pleased with Flyers' progress

    Berube pleased with Flyers' progress
    Finally, all the things coach Craig Berube preached this season are no longer falling on deaf ears. Consistent play — including better puck possession time, keeping opponent's shooters to the outside and a greater commitment to five-man defense...
  • Martin Jones shutout helps Kings snap three-game skid

    Martin Jones shutout helps Kings snap three-game skid
    Fans at Staples Center were just getting settled in their seats Monday night when Kings center Anze Kopitar promptly got them standing again. Less than one minute into the Kings' game against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Kopitar fired at the Toronto goal...
  • Islanders' Halak, Penguins' Fleury are All-Star replacements

    Islanders' Halak, Penguins' Fleury are All-Star replacements
    Goaltenders Jaroslav Halak of the New York Islanders and Marc-Andre Fleury of the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday were designated as injury replacements for the NHL’s All-Star weekend, which will take place Jan. 24-25 in Columbus. They will take...
  • Frederik Andersen shows staying power in goal for Ducks

    Frederik Andersen shows staying power in goal for Ducks
    Of all the things expected of Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen this season, a streak of 20 consecutive games played was a longshot. A second-year player who began the campaign in a fierce competition for playing time, who was knocked from the playoffs...