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  • Capitals give goalie credit for 6-2 win

    Capitals give goalie credit for 6-2 win WASHINGTON -- A goaltender is not often the topic of conversation in a winning locker room after a 6-2 victory. That was the case Thursday night after Washington goaltender Braden Holtby was voted the game's No....
  • Recap: Rangers 2, Hurricanes 1 (SO)

    SportsDirect Inc. Recap: Rangers 2, Hurricanes 1 (SO) Rangers 2, Hurricanes 1 (SO): Rick Nash scored the only goal of the shootout in the third round as host New York snapped a three-game losing streak and continued its domination of Carolina. Derick...
  • With Phantoms coach Terry Murray, it's more than X's and O's

    With Phantoms coach Terry Murray, it's more than X's and O's
    he year was 1995 and the Philadelphia Flyers had just finished first in the Atlantic Division and were en route to sweeping the New York Rangers in four consecutive games of the NHL's Eastern Conference semifinals. Then-Flyers coach Terry Murray...
  • Nash's shootout goal lifts Rangers past Hurricanes

    Nash's shootout goal lifts Rangers past Hurricanes NEW YORK -- Down a goal with 20 minutes to play and closing in on their fourth loss in five games this season, the New York Rangers felt a sense of urgency Thursday. "There was desperation," center...
  • Long-shot Stanley Cup bet leads to tee-ball triumph

    Ryan Totka is the quintessential sports guy: an eternal optimist who won't quit. You may remember him from a few years back, when he spent 15 grand on an ill-fated campaign to get a certain Mr. Howard to stay and play in Orlando. The "Stay Dwight"...
  • Preview: Hurricanes at Rangers

    The New York Rangers appeared poised to carry over the momentum from last season's surprising run to the Stanley Cup final, getting a dramatic late goal from Rick Nash to earn an impressive opening victory at St. Louis. While Nash has yet to slow down,...
  • Ducks' John Gibson goes to minors for work; Maroon, Allen on IR

    Ducks' John Gibson goes to minors for work; Maroon, Allen on IR
    After three straight victories by Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen, Anaheim rookie goalie John Gibson asked the team if he could stay behind on the East Coast and get work in net for the team’s minor-league affiliate in Norfolk, Va. The Ducks said...
  • NHL roundup: Kings sign D Muzzin

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Kings sign D Muzzin The Los Angeles Kings signed defenseman Jake Muzzin to a five-year contract extension Wednesday. Financial terms were not released, but TSN reported the total value of the contract is $20 million....
  • Preview: Sharks at Islanders

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: Sharks at Islanders The New York Islanders have begun the season with three straight victories for the first time since 2001-02 and look to extend that streak when the unbeaten San Jose Sharks visit on Thursday. The...
  • Injury-depleted Canes rally for season's first point, but fall in shootout

    RALEIGH, N.C. Just when all seemed lost for the Carolina Hurricanes, it wasn't. Not completely. The Canes did lose Tuesday, dropping a 4-3 decision in a shootout to the Buffalo Sabres. But they battled back in the third period to wipe out a two-goal...
  • Sabres edge 'Canes in battle of winless teams

    The Sports Xchange Sabres edge 'Canes in battle of winless teams RALEIGH, N.C. -- It took longer than they deemed necessary, but center Zemgus Girgensons and the Buffalo Sabres finally have their first win of the season. Girgensons scored in the eighth...