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  • Roundup | Thursday, Jan 22

    Roundup | Thursday, Jan 22
    BOYS BASKETBALL Metea Valley finding an edge with Ron Edwards As a basketball player, Ron Edwards didn’t come out of nowhere, like he often did on the football field to break up a play or make an interception. It just feels that way. The...
  • Sidney Crosby to skip All-Star Game

    Suddenly, the Penguins' all-star contingent can travel to the NHL's All-Star weekend in Columbus on a motorcycle. Or a unicycle. The team announced Thursday night that center Sidney Crosby will sit out the game Sunday at Nationwide Arena because of an...
  • Flyers fans have two high-scoring players to watch in NHL All-Star Game

    Flyers fans have two high-scoring players to watch in NHL All-Star Game
    NHL All-Star Games usually aren't a big deal to Philadelphia hockey fans. If they want to get emotionally involved in an event on the national stage, they just wait for the Stanley Cup playoffs to roll around. But this season, for possibly only the...
  • Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Sergei Bobrovsky pull out of All-Star Game

    Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Sergei Bobrovsky pull out of All-Star Game
    The NHL All-Star game lost two of its biggest attractions Thursday when Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby and hometown favorite Sergei Bobrovsky of the Columbus Blue Jackets withdrew because of injuries. Crosby’s Pittsburgh teammate, Evgeni...
  • Process still on-going for Flyers' Timonen

    All the information on Kimmo Timonen's current blood clot condition has been gathered, but both the player and the Flyers want to be sure they make the right decision about his future. That's why general manager Ron Hextall announced Wednesday night...
  • Blackhawks' midseason report card

    Blackhawks' midseason report card
    It’s just past the midpoint of the season for the Blackhawks, which is a good time to examine the first three-plus months for a team with Stanley Cup aspirations yet again. Which Hawks are on coach Joel Quenneville’s good side, and who has...
  • 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...