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  • Pluses and minuses around the NHL

    Pluses and minuses around the NHL
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses around the NHL from the past week. + The legend of Ottawa Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond, nicknamed "Hamburglar" at Bowling Green for his ability to steal games, continues to grow. On...
  • NHL general managers discuss diving, protecting goalies

    NHL general managers opened three days of meetings without action on two key items on the agenda — goalie interference and the possibility of three-on-three play in overtime. Instead, discussions Monday centered on diving and embellishment, and...
  • Senators edge Flyers in shootout

    OTTAWA There are a multitude of reasons the Flyers will miss the playoffs for just the third time in the last 20 seasons. At the top of the list: the team's road miseries, which continued Sunday night with a 2-1 shootout loss to the Ottawa Senators at...
  • Ryan scores shootout winner, Senators edge Flyers 2-1

    Ryan scores shootout winner, Senators edge Flyers 2-1
    OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Bobby Ryan scored the shootout winner and Andrew Hammond stopped 27 shots to improve to 10-0-1 to start his NHL career, lifting the Ottawa Senators past the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 on Sunday night. Jean-Gabriel Pageau scored...
  • Senators' 'Hamburglar' steals another win, 2-1 over Flyers

    The Hamburglar stole another one for the Ottawa Senators. Andrew Hammond stopped 27 shots to improve to 10-0-1 in his first 11 NHL career starts, and Bobby Ryan scored the shootout winner to lift the Senators past the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 on Sunday...
  • Sideline Chatter: On the bright side, he was really good at stealing signs

    Dumb-roll, please. Police in Caldwell, Idaho, nabbed 22-year-old Joey Patterson of Boise wanted for several months on a felony arrest warrant for violating his probation after he made the mistake of announcing his upcoming softball schedule on Facebook....
  • Several Positives From UConn's First Season In Hockey East

    Several Positives From UConn's First Season In Hockey East
    UConn was eliminated from the Hockey East Tournament Saturday with a 2-0 loss at New Hampshire, the curtain pulled on the Huskies' inaugural season in college hockey's elite conference. Next up: two games at Alabama-Huntsville, Oct. 9-10, to open 2015-16...
  • Wild battles back to win over Ottawa in a shootout

    ST. PAUL, Minn. The Wild looked slow and disorderly, which was halfway expected after Monday's trade-deadline pickup of Chris Stewart forced coach Mike Yeo to alter a couple cohesive lines and take out speedster Jordan Schroeder against a desperate Ottawa...
  • Sens overtake Sharks, 4-2

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Lesson not learned. Just as they did in their previous game, San Jose carried a one-goal lead into the third period Saturday night against the Ottawa Senators only to end up on the wrong end of the final score as the Sharks gave up three...
  • Kings' eight-game winning streak ends in 1-0 loss to Senators

    Kings' eight-game winning streak ends in 1-0 loss to Senators
    Goaltending duels you can realistically envision … The Kings' Jonathan Quick vs. Corey Crawford of the Chicago Blackhawks. Quick vs. Carey Price of the Montreal Canadiens. Or Quick vs. Pekka Rinne of the Nashville Predators. Presumably, Quick...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 1-0 loss to the Ottawa Senators

    What we learned from the Kings' 1-0 loss to the Ottawa Senators
    What we learned from the Kings’ 1-0 loss to the Ottawa Senators: Maybe Kings Coach Darryl Sutter better revise one of his old statements, that is now a 3-2 league. At least this week, it has been a 1-0 league for the Kings. They were on the upside...