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  • 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...
  • FLYERS-RANGERS SERIES SHIFTS TO PHILADELPHIA TONIGHT

    FLYERS-RANGERS SERIES SHIFTS TO PHILADELPHIA TONIGHT
    The Flyers-Rangers series, tied at 1-1, shifts to the Wells Fargo Center tonight (8 p.m., CNBC, The Comcast Network). Ray Emery will start in goal for the Flyers. … Penn State’s game at Rutgers on Sept. 13 will kick off at 8 p.m. and be...
  • Former softball star is getting a lot of play time on popular TV commercial

    To the local softball world, Phil Schantz is a Hall of Famer. He's a contemporary of the legendary Ty Stofflet and a top-notch catcher and pitcher for more than four decades who played on numerous championship teams. In the world of TV commercials,...
  • NHL playoff preview: Breaking down the first-round matchups

    One season under the NHL’s realigned conference setup probably was enough for Eastern teams to veto future additions from the West. The Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets, who moved from the West to the East before this season, won...
  • Former WFMZ sports anchor Fisher has taken his passion for high school football to the West Coast

    There's little doubt that "The Big Ticket" on WFMZ-Channel 69 has become a staple of the high school football scene each fall, with players, coaches and fans alike all making it a fall Friday night habit to check out the highlights and scores of games...
  • The ice is greener in Southern California hockey

    The ice is greener in Southern California hockey
    As the captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, a high-profile position in a passionate hockey market, Mike Richards couldn't go anywhere — to a baseball game, a restaurant, a club — without being recognized. That changed when he was traded to...
  • Former King, Flyer Ross Lonsberry dies at 67

    Former King, Flyer Ross Lonsberry dies at 67
    Ross Lonsberry, who played left wing for the Kings from 1969 until early 1972 and went on to be part of the Philadelphia Flyers’ Stanley Cup-winning teams in 1974 and 1975, died of cancer Sunday in Santa Clarita. Lonsberry was 67 and had lived...
  • 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...
  • Sochi Olympics: Ducks' Jonas Hiller leads Swiss to win over Latvia

    Sochi Olympics: Ducks' Jonas Hiller leads Swiss to win over Latvia
    SOCHI, Russia — Ducks goaltender Jonas Hiller made 21 saves Wednesday as Switzerland opened the Sochi Olympic hockey tournament with a 1-0 victory over gritty Latvia, but he wasn’t even the best goalie on the ice at Shayba Arena. Latvia&...
  • Kings' Darryl Sutter once guided Flyers coach, now will test him

    Kings' Darryl Sutter once guided Flyers coach, now will test him
    Darryl Sutter didn't coach Craig Berube for a lengthy period in Calgary, but it was long enough that Berube created a lasting and positive impression on Sutter. Berube, who played for 17 seasons in the NHL, was nearing the end of his playing career when...
  • Kings notes: Dustin Brown likely to play Monday against Flyers

    Kings notes: Dustin Brown likely to play Monday against Flyers
    PHILADELPHIA — Greetings from the city of brotherly love, where there isn’t much love left for the harsh weather the region has experienced this winter. More snow is forecast for Tuesday, but by then the Kings will have left town for...