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  • Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth

    Ducks can afford to scratch players because of roster depth
    The six trades the Ducks made before the NHL trade deadline this month have left Coach Bruce Boudreau to scratch players who would've been a constant presence a month ago. The benefit to that is how those temporarily benched players perform when they...
  • Strong two-way player Jonathan Toews one point shy of 500

    Strong two-way player Jonathan Toews one point shy of 500
    RALEIGH, N.C. — Jonathan Toews, the ultra-serious captain who seemingly eschews all individual achievements to focus only on how the Blackhawks do as a team, surely had no idea he was on the brink of 500 career points. "Yeah, I did," Toews said...
  • Stepan, Rangers Break Out Of Slumps In 7-2 Rout Of Ducks

    Stepan, Rangers Break Out Of Slumps In 7-2 Rout Of Ducks
    NEW YORK (AP) — Derek Stepan broke out of a long slump with two goals and an assist, and the New York Rangers caught the Western Conference-leading Anaheim Ducks atop the NHL standings with a 7-2 rout Sunday night. Stepan, who had no points in his...
  • Canadiens shut out Sharks, 2-0

    MONTREAL Had Brent Burns shot in the game's final two minutes gone off the post and in the net, the Sharks would likely have pulled at least a point out Saturday night. But it didn't, the Sharks lost 2-0 to the Montreal Canadiens and now San Jose has...
  • Stingrays' Jakaitis gets ECHL-record 4th straight shutout

    Jeff Jakaitis made 35 saves to set an ECHL record with his fourth straight shutout, sending the South Carolina Stingrays to their 20th consecutive victory with a 4-0 win over the Indy Fuel. Jakaitis extended his league-record shutout streak to 319:32. He...
  • On The Air Saturday

    AUTO RACING 10:30 a.m.: United SportsCar Series, Sebring International Raceway. FS1 12:30 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series: Fontana, Qualifying. FS1 2:30 p.m.: NASCAR Sprint Cup Series: Auto Club 400, Final Practice. FS1 4 p.m.: NASCAR XFINITY Series:...
  • Outcries against controversial sports calls can lead to rules changes

    Outcries against controversial sports calls can lead to rules changes
    Whether you agreed with it, Southern Methodist Coach Larry Brown raised an interesting point about the goaltending call that gave UCLA a one-point win over his team Thursday. The veteran coach didn't complain about the decision itself. His beef was that...
  • Lawsuit could end sports leagues' all-or-nothing TV packages

    A high-stakes case playing out in federal court could lead to the end of the all-or-nothing pro sports TV packages that force fans to buy hundreds of live games from around the league instead of just those involving their favorite teams. Fans have long...
  • Pirri's goal is to score every chance he gets

    Pirri's goal is to score every chance he gets
    Wesley Snipes? That's a teammate's glib tribute to Brandon Pirri, a Canadian sniper with a dead-on aim rarely seen from a Florida Panther. Pirri's recent scoring binge is certainly nickname-worthy on a team that has been in search of a pure scorer...
  • Ovechkin scores twice, lifts Capitals to 3-2 win over Wild

    ST. PAUL, Minn. If only the Wild could play every game on the road. Winners of a franchise-record eight consecutive away games, the Wild returned to Xcel Energy Center on Thursday night and found the full, beautiful arena to be unfriendly yet again....
  • Ryan's 3rd-period goal lifts Senators over Bruins 6-4

    OTTAWA, Ontario — Bobby Ryan's third-period goal snapped a tie and lifted the Ottawa Senators to a 6-4 victory over the Boston Bruins in a back-and-forth game on Thursday night. The surging Senators moved to within two points of the Bruins in the...