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Pacific Division (NHL)

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  • Burrows lifts Canucks over Flyers

    Burrows lifts Canucks over Flyers
    VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — Alexandre Burrows scored a pair of goals 17 seconds apart in the third period, and the Vancouver Canucks beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Tuesday night. Burrows, back after missing a win Saturday over...
  • Kings' Coyote-ugly win over Arizona a thing of beauty to Andy Andreoff

    Kings' Coyote-ugly win over Arizona a thing of beauty to Andy Andreoff
    He smiled after the puck got past Arizona goalie Mike Smith late in the second period. It lingered. He kept smiling on the bench and was still smiling at the end of second period. You can guess that 23-year-old Andy Andreoff was still smiling on the...
  • Calgary Flames stick to the script in approach to season

    Calgary Flames stick to the script in approach to season
    Whether playing a team outside the Western Conference or a foe blocking the Calgary Flames' improbable playoff drive, whether away or during their current stretch of seven of eight at home, Coach Bob Hartley maintains the same approach. He's taking...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 4-2 win over the Nashville Predators

    What we learned from the Ducks' 4-2 win over the Nashville Predators
    It starts with a stern talking-to by Coach Bruce Boudreau in the second intermission. A third-period goal follows, and usually the home crowd’s roaring captures the on-ice energy. The Ducks almost have their comeback knack down to a formula, the...
  • Having NHL's best mark is low on Ducks' Bruce Boudreau's priority list

    Having NHL's best mark is low on Ducks' Bruce Boudreau's priority list
    Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau wants his team to play with more desperation as the playoffs loom in less than a month, but Anaheim is in a comfortable place. Not only do the Ducks occupy first place in the Pacific Division by a wide margin, they possess the...
  • Kings move back into playoff spot with dominating 4-0 win over Canucks

    Kings move back into playoff spot with dominating 4-0 win over Canucks
    Wild-card madness. The Kings finally got the combination they've been looking for the last little while: help from the out-of-town scoreboard and then not squandering that assistance in a key division game. Done and done. It all came together in a...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 5-2 victory over the Avalanche

    What we learned from the Kings' 5-2 victory over the Avalanche
    The shifting Western Conference race continues to be close and the Kings pulled within a point of the Winnipeg Jets for the final wild-card playoff spot and they are within one of Calgary for third place in the Pacific Division. A few takeaways from...
  • Up next for the Kings: Tuesday night at Colorado

    Up next for the Kings: Tuesday night at Colorado
    When: 6 p.m. PDT. Where: Pepsi Arena. On the air: TV: NBC Sports Network; Radio: 790. Update: The Kings are slightly ahead of their pace during the 2011-12 season, in which they went on to win the Stanley Cup. Their 75 points are three more than...
  • James Wisniewski joins the Ducks for practice, but his gear is delayed

    James Wisniewski joins the Ducks for practice, but his gear is delayed
    James Wisniewski's left foot is feeling "great," but as for the personal equipment he needs to play hockey, it didn't arrive in Anaheim on Sunday before the team left to board a flight to Vancouver for a three-game trip. "All brand new stuff. I don't...
  • Kings have scant margin for error in playoff scramble

    Kings have scant margin for error in playoff scramble
    First, the Kings honored one of their own, Hall of Fame left wing Luc Robitaille, by unveiling a statue of him in Star Plaza outside Staples Center on Saturday. After celebrating one of hockey's most productive scorers, the current team went out to face...
  • Overtime loss isn't pointless for Kings, but isn't productive either

    Overtime loss isn't pointless for Kings, but isn't productive either
    Playing well was moderate consolation for the Kings on Saturday night after their 1-0 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, but they're well aware that getting one point instead of two has put them in a bind as the number of games left in the season...