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  • Penguins' Malkin will miss All-Star Game, and maybe more

    Penguins center Evgeni Malkin is going to sit out the NHL All-Star Game. And probably miss some games that actually matter, too. An unspecified injury is expected to prevent Malkin, who sat out the Penguins' 3-2 loss to Chicago at Consol Energy Center...
  • Bourques Spending Time With Wolf Pack, Hoping For Big Call

    HARTFORD — Most winters, the Bourque brothers might chat once a week while exchanging text messages in between. Older brother Chris was embarking on professional career while younger brother Ryan was still a teenager. When Ryan joined the New...
  • 'Red Army' a winning look at Soviet-era's storied ice hockey team

     'Red Army' a winning look at Soviet-era's storied ice hockey team
    "Red Army" is a deceptive name for a charming documentary. Even if you know it's the story of a legendary hockey team and not the fierce Soviet-era military machine, you will be surprised by its sociopolitical and personal content and the engaging way...
  • Hyde: A changed Luongo back in All-Star Game

    The other day, Roberto Luongo came across a video from maybe a decade ago, from his first stint with the Panthers, and was struck by the goaltender he saw. The excessive movement. The reliance on reflexes. Who was that? “I don’t like to...
  • Wednesday's college and local multi-sport roundup: Coaches pick W&M third, Charleston first in CAA baseball race

    COLLEGES: Baseball: The College of Charleston was a unanimous choice to win the Colonial Athletic Association championship, as voted by the league’s head coaches. The Cougars won the conference tournament last season. They were followed in...
  • Kings suffer power shortage in 4-2 loss at San Jose

    Maybe the upcoming pause in the action will revive the Kings in much the same way the long Olympic break did last season. Unfortunately, there aren't 20 days between games, only because of All-Star festivities and then a game against Chicago on Jan. 28....
  • Patrick Kane continues hot streak with shootout goal in 3-2 victory

    PITTSBURGH — There had been plenty of subdued postgame dressing rooms for the Blackhawks during their final few contests leading to the NHL All-Star break. But that certainly wasn't the case Wednesday night when the Hawks were hooting and...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 6-3 victory over the Calgary Flames

    There was nothing to learn but the final score Wednesday. Or so it seemed. The Ducks, for reasons that escape them, clearly have the Calgary Flames’ number at Honda Center, where Anaheim beat the visitors for the 20th consecutive time -- a...
  • Monster truck event to offer mobile app payments for parking

    Monster truck event to offer mobile app payments for parking
    Some Iron Warrior, Monster Mutt and Grave Digger enthusiasts can put their cash away when parking at this weekend's Monster Jam event at the Citrus Bowl. A selected lot at the monster truck event will accept payment using StadiumPark, a new mobile...
  • Five things for Wednesday, Jan. 21

    Five things for Wednesday, Jan. 21
    Here are your stories for Wednesday in Central Florida: Obama wants taxes on wealthy to help middle class; man with messy yard settles with city; fire department rescues at theme parks; and more. 1. In the State of the Union address Tuesday night,...
  • New defensive pairings pay dividends for Blackhawks

     New defensive pairings pay dividends for Blackhawks
    The Blackhawks provided ample opportunities for celebration in their 6-1 win over the Coyotes on Tuesday night: Patrick Kane notched his 200th career goal, Jonathan Toews ended an 11-game goalless drought and Teuvo Teravainen sent home just his second NHL...