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  • Jeff Carter scores in Philadelphia return as Kings beat Flyers, 3-2

    Jeff Carter scores in Philadelphia return as Kings beat Flyers, 3-2
    PHILADELPHIA — Flyers fans booed every time Kings forward Jeff Carter touched the puck Monday, but it was music to his ears. Carter, traded by Philadephia to Columbus and later dealt by the Blue Jackets to the Kings, scored the Kings’...
  • Jeff Carter scores in his return to Philadelphia in Kings' 3-2 win

    Jeff Carter scores in his return to Philadelphia in Kings' 3-2 win
    PHILADELPHIA — If Flyers fans booed every time Jeff Carter touched the puck Monday, it must have sounded like music to his ears. With extra zip in his step if not revenge in his heart for the acrimonious end to his tenure with the Flyers, Carter...
  • Flyers working hard to recapture some of their past glory

    Flyers working hard to recapture some of their past glory
    PHILADELPHIA — Reminders of the Flyers' past are inescapable in and around the Wells Fargo Center. Photographs from the Broad Street Bullies era hang in the locker room, and a photo montage of Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Bob Kelly, Joe Watson and...
  • In Geno's Mind, Ollie Is No. 1 When It Comes To Seeding

    In Geno's Mind, Ollie Is No. 1 When It Comes To Seeding
    STORRS — Geno Auriemma gets a kick out of it. He clicks on the television, he picks up the paper and there is Kevin Ollie, that noted farmer from South Central LA, talking about planting seeds. He's talking about planting seeds for player growth...
  • Kings and Capitals to meet (indoors) in snowy Washington

    Kings and Capitals to meet (indoors) in snowy Washington
    WASHINGTON — Greetings from the nation’s capital, where winter seems to be firmly entrenched even though spring officially began last week. It’s snowing here, and accumulations of two to four inches are expected to build until the snow...
  • Kings ready to 'let 'em rip' against Washington Capitals

    WASHINGTON -- At least Kings Coach Darryl Sutter is consistent. His standard response when asked which goaltender will start a particular game is, “Be there for the song,” meaning you’ll see who it is when the starters are on the ice...
  • Kings beat Washington Capitals, 5-4, in shootout

    Kings beat Washington Capitals, 5-4, in shootout
    WASHINGTON -- Conventional wisdom says a team playing the second game of a back-to-back sequence should tire as the second game progresses. So much for conventional wisdom. The Kings scored three times in the third period Tuesday and then converted...
  • Kings' Luc Robitaille appointed to Hall of Fame selection committee

    Kings' Luc Robitaille appointed to Hall of Fame selection committee
    PITTSBURGH--Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille, the Kings’ president of business operations, has been given an influential role in determining who will follow in his footsteps in receiving hockey’s highest honor. Robitaille was appointed to the...
  • Kings' Rob Blake to be Canada's GM at world championships

    Kings' Rob Blake to be Canada's GM at world championships
    PITTSBURGH -- Rob Blake was always grateful to Hockey Canada, the sport’s governing body in his homeland, for giving him the chance to play at the world championships and the Olympics. Now Blake, the Kings’ assistant general manager, can...
  • 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...
  • Now the real work begins for U.S. men's hockey team

    Now the real work begins for U.S. men's hockey team
    SOCHI, Russia — The U.S. men's hockey team was designed to be fast and hard to play against and it was all of that in the preliminary round of the Sochi Olympic tournament, sandwiching a dramatic shootout victory over Russia between routs of...