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  • Florida Panthers add Jaromir Jagr for playoff run

    Jaromir Jagr hasn't won the Stanley Cup since 1992. The Florida Panthers have never hoisted hockey's holiest grail, chasing it since their inception in 1993. And now their paths will surprisingly align, with hope of completing those quests. Chasing a...
  • Gimmick or not, the NHL shootout remains a big part of the game

    Gimmick or not, the NHL shootout remains a big part of the game
    It's the essence of hockey distilled into one breathless moment: a goaltender, a shooter, and nothing between them but tension and the hopes of thousands of fans, many of them brought to their feet by the dramatic circumstances. Often mocked as a skills...
  • NHL injuries often a mystery, and the league approves

    NHL injuries often a mystery, and the league approves
    "Upper body" and "lower body." Those terms are as common in the modern hockey vernacular as high sticking or offsides. They're usually trotted out to describe a player's injury — in as vague a way as possible. Teams fear revealing the specific...
  • Fan of the house: Here, there and everywhere

    Fan of the house: Here, there and everywhere
    Random thoughts while waiting for Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lopez to get the pay raises they richly deserve: If Matthew McConaughey gets any weirder, he could run the Lakers. The NHL needs a permanent outdoor venue, and California seems the best...
  • Despite shootout loss, Panthers feeling optimistic

    Despite shootout loss, Panthers feeling optimistic
    Never has a shootout loss felt so good. Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon, who treats every loss as if someone had just kicked his dog, was absolutely beaming after the Panthers came from behind only to lose in a 3-2 shootout to the Blackhawks on...
  • Listless effort leads to Ducks' 3-0 loss to Ottawa

    Listless effort leads to Ducks' 3-0 loss to Ottawa
    Between Monday's showdown with the Detroit Red Wings and Friday's rematch with the Kings, the Ducks on Wednesday took a night off. Well, they played the Ottawa Senators, butwhile getting shut out for the third time this season, a 3-0 loss to a...
  • Phantoms can't afford to wait for players to return

    Phantoms can't afford to wait for players to return
    We kept hearing it over and over again, but somehow, it didn't sink in right away. The American Hockey League is a developmental league for the National Hockey League, and the minor league affiliates' main job is to develop players for the parent club...
  • Lindros files defamation lawsuit against former referee

    Lindros files defamation lawsuit against former referee
    TORONTO (AP) — Former NHL star forward Eric Lindros has filed a lawsuit in Ontario Superior Court against former referee Paul Stewart, the Huffington Post, AOL Inc., and AOL Canada Inc., claiming he was defamed in an article published last summer....
  • Blackhawks plan next moves after losing 'irreplaceable' Patrick Kane for 12 weeks

    Blackhawks plan next moves after losing 'irreplaceable' Patrick Kane for 12 weeks
    SUNRISE, Fla. — Blackhawks teammate Kris Versteeg called Patrick Kane "irreplaceable." So how do the Hawks go about replacing the irreplaceable? "That's a good question," winger Patrick Sharp said. And the Hawks need a good answer after Kane...
  • When will Blackhawks join trade market?

    When will Blackhawks join trade market?
    While the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup hopes were getting their collarbones surgically repaired, some of the competition for that trophy made the kind of moves the team on West Madison Street needs to make. One of those teams making a move, by the way,...
  • NHL's Bettman 'intrigued' with outdoor hockey at Penn State

    NHL's Bettman 'intrigued' with outdoor hockey at Penn State
    Since the NHL began holding its annual series of outdoor hockey games, one game has seemed a natural: Penguins-Flyers at Penn State's Beaver Stadium. On Wednesday, NHL commissioner Gary BettmanĀ told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review that he likes the idea....