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  • Detroit's ravaged Packard Plant looks to Europe for renaissance

    Detroit's biggest ruin, the 40-acre Packard auto plant, will begin a European-inspired rebirth this summer under a plan that officials hope will revitalize one of the city's poorest neighborhoods and symbolize a reversal of 50 years of economic decline.
  • Ovechkin can still dazzle amid tight-checking postseason

    Even in defeat, Alexander Ovechkin produced the goal of the weekend, squeezing through two opposing players and falling to his stomach while whipping a wrist shot past New York goalie Henrik Lundqvist. "They took as much space as they wanted. He still...

    Ducks top Flames 3-0 in Game 2, stay unbeaten in playoffs

    Six games deep in the Stanley Cup playoffs, nobody has been able to beat the Anaheim Ducks. Although the Flames kept it uncomfortably close for 50 minutes Sunday night, Frederik Andersen kept Calgary off the scoreboard until his teammates grinded out...

    Ducks vs. Flames: Three keys to Anaheim's 3-0 win in Game 2

    Ducks vs. Flames: Three keys to Anaheim's 3-0 win in Game 2
    The Anaheim Ducks score two goals in the third period of Game 2 to defeat the Calgary Flames, 3-0, and take a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven playoff series. Here are three keys to the outcome of Game 2: 1. Ryan Kesler is made for playoff hockey Or is...

    Brad Richards more focused as games get bigger for Blackhawks

    Brad Richards more focused as games get bigger for Blackhawks
    On Saturday, Blackhawks center Brad Richards turned 35. With his nine years of playoff experience in the NHL has come knowledge of how to navigate a lengthy season and be able to play your best hockey in the spring. Along those lines, Richards admitted...