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  • To be Cup contenders, Kings and Blackhawks had to outsmart salary cap

    To be Cup contenders, Kings and Blackhawks had to outsmart salary cap
    Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi knew his team needed a productive left wing in order to go far this season and he knew Columbus winger Marian Gaborik might be available, but Lombardi had season-long salary cap problems and Gaborik's salary was $7.5...
  • Outside hire for coach, but GM's far from new

    After a monthlong search, the Washington Capitals have decided who will be the next to lead them behind the bench and in the front office. Washington named Brian MacLellan general manager and Barry Trotz coach Monday, giving the organization...
  • No place like home (to lose) in this series

    No place like home (to lose) in this series
    The Ducks and Kings continue to make hay in each other's barn. There may be no rhyme or reason, but the Ducks' 2-0 victory Saturday at Staples Center in Game 4 left the visiting teams undefeated in the Western Conference semifinals. The Kings got away...
  • From three down, one to go for Kings

    From three down, one to go for Kings
    You hear the names of the teams and years, spoken almost in hushed, ceremonial tones: the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs, the 1975 New York Islanders and the 2010 Philadelphia Flyers. The 2014 Kings are within one game of joining these hockey-history makers,...
  • Kings simply had more bite than Sharks

     Kings simply had more bite than Sharks
    SAN JOSE — When there was every reason to give up, the Kings continued to fight. When they had every excuse to moan about the San Jose Sharks being too fast and too big and too deadly at creating outnumbered rushes — all of which was true in...
  • In Kings-Ducks' Freeway Series, all roads lead to a real rivalry

    In Kings-Ducks' Freeway Series, all roads lead to a real rivalry
    So it is finally happening, hockey's Freeway Series, the one Kings center Jarret Stoll thought was going to occur last year after Los Angeles held up its end of the equation. "I remember us watching Game 7 last year between Anaheim and Detroit and we...
  • The XL Center's Future Is Everyone's Business

    The XL Center's Future Is Everyone's Business
    As sports fans, we all want the best venues. As taxpayers, few of us want to foot the bill. That's why public discussion on where our teams play isn't a luxury. It's a necessity. Unless the sugar daddy of all sugar daddies comes to the rescue, what...
  • Teemu Selanne injury not believed serious in Finland's rout of Austria

    Teemu Selanne injury not believed serious in Finland's rout of Austria
    SOCHI, Russia -- Finland got a bit more of a challenge than it expected in its Olympic hockey opener against Austria on Thursday, giving up a goal 36 seconds into the game and trailing twice in the first period before pulling away to an 8-4 victory at the...
  • Teemu Selanne exits with Olympic bronze as Finland routs U.S., 5-0

    Teemu Selanne exits with Olympic bronze as Finland routs U.S., 5-0
    SOCHI, Russia — If this is the last Olympic hockey tournament for 43-year-old Teemu Selanne— and he said three Olympics ago that he intended to retire from the international stage — the Ducks and Finland winger went out with a great...
  • Ryan Suter would love an Olympic moment like his father experienced

    As a child, Minnesota Wild defenseman Ryan Suter didn't hear many stories about his father, Bob, winning a gold medal as a member of the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team. "Every teacher that I had, they were telling me all about it and wanted me to bring...
  • Panthers focused on finishing as hit road for final time

    SUNRISE – The Panthers have tallied 72 shots in their past two games, more than both opponents, but have just one goal to show for it in consecutive losses.   As they prepare to play on the road for the final times this season – Monday at...