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  • Blackhawks strive to keep standings blinders in place

    Blackhawks strive to keep standings blinders in place
    DALLAS — As determined as the Blackhawks are to capture the Central Division title, they aren't exactly obsessing over what is going on above them in the waning games of the regular season. After their morning skate in Dallas before playing the...
  • Brad Richards and Scott Darling help Blackhawks to 4th straight victory

    Brad Richards and Scott Darling help Blackhawks to 4th straight victory
    NEW YORK — Victories are hard to come by this time of the season and stringing a bunch of them together is an even bigger challenge. The Blackhawks entered Wednesday night's showdown against the red-hot Rangers at Madison Square Garden riding a...
  • Wednesdays' matchup: Blackhawks at Rangers

    Wednesdays' matchup: Blackhawks at Rangers
    TV/radio: 7 p.m. Wednesday; NBCSN, WGN-AM 720. Storylines: Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist, who was hit in the throat with a puck Jan. 31 and has missed 20 games, was cleared to return to practice Tuesday. The Rangers are 15-2-3 without him, thanks...
  • Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa help Blackhawks to third straight victory

    Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa help Blackhawks to third straight victory
    Jonathan Toews' first goal was just silly. His second Tuesday made Islanders backup goalie Michal Neuvirth look that way. "I had a lot of good chances," Toews said, "a couple of tricky ones." Ones that did the trick in a 4-1 victory at the United...
  • Frustrated Panthers fall short against Canadiens

    Frustrated Panthers fall short against Canadiens
    With neither team playing their All-Star goalie, the Panthers and Canadiens put the emphasis on sharpshooters Tuesday at the BB&T Center. For a while it appeared that whoever had the puck last would win. After a high-flying second period that produced...
  • Panthers' Luongo to miss sixth consecutive game

    Panthers' Luongo to miss sixth consecutive game
    Roberto Luongo's day-to-day recovery from a shoulder injury has turned into a two-week wait to get back in goal for the Florida Panthers. There had been hope that Tuesday would be the day the All-Star goalie would return with the Panthers clinging to...
  • Panthers goalie tryouts create memories to savor

    Panthers goalie tryouts create memories to savor
    Bill Ruggiero, of Melbourne, a former minor-league goalie, and Dustin Smith, of Nashville, Tenn., who played in college, showed the best puck-stopping ability to earn spots in the final shootout during the first intermission of Tuesday's Panthers-...
  • Calgary Flames stick to the script in approach to season

    Calgary Flames stick to the script in approach to season
    Whether playing a team outside the Western Conference or a foe blocking the Calgary Flames' improbable playoff drive, whether away or during their current stretch of seven of eight at home, Coach Bob Hartley maintains the same approach. He's taking...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 4-2 win over the Nashville Predators

    What we learned from the Ducks' 4-2 win over the Nashville Predators
    It starts with a stern talking-to by Coach Bruce Boudreau in the second intermission. A third-period goal follows, and usually the home crowd’s roaring captures the on-ice energy. The Ducks almost have their comeback knack down to a formula, the...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 2-1 loss to the Predators

    What we learned from the Kings' 2-1 loss to the Predators
    A few more takeaways from a game in which the Kings lost a third-period lead and fell out of a playoff spot in the Western Conference, slipping out of the wild-card position. Beware the Predators Funny how it all works. The Kings seem to have the...
  • Having NHL's best mark is low on Ducks' Bruce Boudreau's priority list

    Having NHL's best mark is low on Ducks' Bruce Boudreau's priority list
    Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau wants his team to play with more desperation as the playoffs loom in less than a month, but Anaheim is in a comfortable place. Not only do the Ducks occupy first place in the Pacific Division by a wide margin, they possess the...