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  • Five things for Tuesday, April 14, 2015

    Five things for Tuesday, April 14, 2015
    Here are your stories for Tuesday in Central Florida: man connected to a North Carolina college murder found sleeping on beach; parents asking for money to help visually impaired children; SpaceX tries again to launch Falcon 9 rocket; and Bianchi asks why...
  • Flyers look toward future after disappointing season

    So what went wrong this season and where do the Flyers go from here? The first part of the question is the easiest to answer: The Flyers didn't get enough secondary scoring, struggled mightily in close games, and couldn't find a way to win on the road....
  • NHL teams' goalie choices may be make or break for the playoffs

    NHL teams' goalie choices may be make or break for the playoffs
    Red Wings Coach Mike Babcock told reporters Monday he had to "try and take all the emotion out of it" while choosing goaltender Petr Mrazek over an experienced but struggling Jimmy Howard to start Detroit's first-round Eastern Conference playoff series...
  • Bob Ford: Why Flyers' Hextall should surprise everyone and keep coach Berube

    If the Flyers fire Craig Berube this week and the drumbeat emanating from Ice Station Groundhog is certainly familiar the lucky new coach, whomever he is, will be the team's 10th in the last 20 years. It's quite a list, traveling all the way from Terry...
  • Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup

    Stanley Cup Playoffs: How teams matchup
    The NHL will have a new champion and the Stanley Cup playoffs will welcome back some long-absent teams. The Kings became the first champion to miss the playoffs the following season since Carolina in 2007. They were joined on the sidelines by the Boston...
  • Capitals have turned to 'a heavier game'

    Capitals have turned to 'a heavier game'
    During his time coaching the Nashville Predators, whenever Barry Trotz prepared to face the Washington Capitals, he always marveled at their size but never saw it translate onto the ice. Sure, the Capitals could carve through defenses and pour in goals,...
  • Penguins weather injury storm to reach postseason with help on way

    The first time the Penguins were forced to play with just five defensemen, Ben Lovejoy logged upward of 27 minutes of ice time. That, he joked, would have been the equivalent of time amassed over three games in his previous stint with the Penguins....
  • Wild faces daunting task against Blues in playoffs

    As is often the case in the Stanley Cup playoffs, the first round can be the most scintillating, the most competitive ... and the most daunting. The Wild arguably drew its toughest matchup by procuring the big, bad St. Louis Blues in an opening-round...
  • Drew Sharp: Decision made, but Red Wings' goalie dilemma lingers

    The decision's made. But the uncertainty still exists. Petr Mrazek gets the playoff start. But it doesn't mean the Detroit Red Wings have a definitive No. 1 goalie. The rookie's definitely the future. The snippets of occasional brilliance this season...
  • Crosby's return to Broadway headlines NHL East playoffs

    Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins took so long to clinch a playoff berth, they almost missed the postseason altogether. And the consequences are daunting for their tardiness in securing the Eastern Conference's final spot on the last day of the...
  • NHL Eastern Conference Has Compelling Playoff Matchups

    Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins took so long to clinch a playoff berth, they almost missed the postseason altogether. And the consequences are daunting for their tardiness in securing the Eastern Conference's final spot on the last day of the...