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  • NHL cap set at $69 million for next season

    The Sports Xchange NHL cap set at $69 million for next season The National Hockey League and the NHL Players' Association agreed to a salary cap increase of nearly $5 million for the 2014-15 season to $69 million. The cap boost, which was announced...
  • Former Canucks F Odjick has terminal disease

    The Sports Xchange Former Canucks F Odjick has terminal disease Former NHL forward Gino Odjick posted a letter on the Vancouver Canucks' website late Thursday night revealing that he has a terminal disease. Odjick, 43, spent the majority of his...
  • Flyers' turn to add talent

    Flyers' turn to add talent
    One night after the Sixers snagged injured center Joel Embiid with the third pick in the NBA Draft, the Flyers will have a chance to boost their talent pool in the NHL Draft. Philadelphia will host the two-day hockey draft, which starts tonight at 7 p.m....
  • Blackhawks extend Smith, Raanta, Morin

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Updates with Morin signing Blackhawks extend Smith, Raanta, Morin The Chicago Blackhawks agreed to terms with forward Ben Smith, goaltender Antti Raanta and forward Jeremy Morin on two-year contract extensions Friday....
  • No consensus on top pick heading into weekend's NHL Draft

    June 26 (Reuters) - The only consensus regarding the highly-anticipated first pick in Friday's 2014 NHL Draft is that there is no clear-cut choice for a team to pin their hopes on. Four players are considered worthy of the coveted first overall spot, a...
  • In draft, look for Flyers to emulate the Kings

    PHILADELPHIA The Los Angeles Kings are known as Flyers West. They have key people who were with the Flyers in one capacity or another on the ice, behind the bench, and in the front office. Maybe the Flyers should be called Los Angeles Lite, because it...
  • Crosby caps NHL awards with second Hart Trophy

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Final update with Crosby the lede Crosby caps NHL awards with second Hart Trophy In addition to winning the Ted Lindsay Award, presented annually to the NHL's best player, as voted by fellow members of the NHLPA,...
  • Wind Gap's Minney expects to get selected in NHL draft

    Like most college-bound high school graduates, Ed Minney of Wind Gap knows exactly where he'll be come late August when it's time to check in. He'll be in Sparta, Mich., preparing to take classes toward a degree in mechanical engineer at Michigan State...
  • Round 2 NHL Playoff Picks: Can Rangers beat Pens?

     
    Even though it went seven games, the New York Rangers dominated the Philadelphia Flyers for most of their Round 1 series. Even if Flyers goalie Steve Mason played the first two games, the Rangers still would have won the series......
  • Dustin Brown and Mike Richards step up for Kings

    Asked to describe his performance during the regular season, Dustin Brown didn't hesitate. "Disappointing," the Kings' captain said. Mike Richards, asked the same question, had a similar answer. "Unsatisfying, maybe," he said. Yes, and yes again....
  • 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...