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  • Corey Perry not on Ducks' trip, but Francois Beauchemin will play

    Corey Perry not on Ducks' trip, but Francois Beauchemin will play
    Ducks right wing Corey Perry did not join the Ducks on their post-holiday trip to Arizona on Saturday, deciding to let at least one more game pass before returning from a sprained knee suffered Dec. 5. “No setbacks, just not ready yet,”...
  • Ducks doomed by 'weird goal' in shootout loss to Coyotes

    Ducks doomed by 'weird goal' in shootout loss to Coyotes
    As he had done most of Saturday night, Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen stopped the dark object sailing toward him. But, in the final, strange instance, the puck dribbled past him to the left — to the net — giving the Arizona Coyotes a 2-1...
  • Canada beats Russia 5-4 for record 16th world junior title

    Canada beats Russia 5-4 for record 16th world junior title
    TORONTO (AP) — Arizona Coyotes prospect Max Domi helped lead Canada to its record 16th world junior hockey title and first since 2009, scoring a goal and adding two assists in a 5-4 victory over Russia on Monday night. "That was a once in a...
  • Capitals dealt fourth loss in row

    Capitals dealt fourth loss in row
    NHL Shane Doan had a pair of goals and an assist as the Arizona Coyotes beat the Capitals, 6-5, Sunday night, rallying for their first road victory and handing Washington its fourth straight loss. The Capitals, who blew a 3-1 advantage, mounted a late...
  • Kings captain Dustin Brown is better than a year ago

    Kings captain Dustin Brown is better than a year ago
    Future headline: This is 30. It's almost hard to conceive that Dustin Brown, the baby-faced longtime captain of the Kings, will be having a milestone birthday in November. The father of four youngsters, owner of two Stanley Cup rings and two-time U.S....
  • Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf expected to play against Coyotes on Friday

    Ducks' Ryan Getzlaf expected to play against Coyotes on Friday
    Ryan Getzlaf returned to practice Thursday, the Ducks center expecting to play Friday against the Arizona Coyotes after he and first-line mate Corey Perry surprisingly missed Wednesday's overtime loss because of flu symptoms. The recovery schedule for...
  • Ducks' Corey Perry remains sidelined by flu

    Ducks' Corey Perry remains sidelined by flu
    Ducks right wing Corey Perry will need at least one more game off to recover from flu, Coach Bruce Boudreau said Friday following the team’s morning skate without Perry at Honda Center. Perry, leading the NHL with 11 goals, was a late scratch...
  • Ducks lose in shootout with Coyotes, 3-2, after blowing two-goal lead

    Ducks lose in shootout with Coyotes, 3-2, after blowing two-goal lead
    Chances and a point slipped away from the Ducks on Friday, as they let a two-goal lead vanish and lost in a shootout to the Arizona Coyotes. “If we score the goals we should be scoring, we win the game,” said Ducks forward Andrew Cogliano,...
  • Islanders Shut Out Avalanche For Fourth Straight Win

    UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- The New York Islanders aren't talking about their recent history. But they sure are re-writing it. Six different players scored goals for the Islanders, and goalie Jaroslav Halak notched his second straight shutout as New York...
  • Chris Pronger's new job with NHL has appearance of conflict

    Chris Pronger's new job with NHL has appearance of conflict
    Chris Pronger being paid by the Philadelphia Flyers while he works for the NHL's department of player safety could happen only in a league that seems to make up its rules as it goes. This looks, smells, and quacks like a conflict of interest, even...
  • Panthers fall to Capitals in shootout

    WASHINGTON, D.C. For 65 minutes the Panthers much-improved defense, particularly backup goalie Al Montoya, held Capitals stars Alexander Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom off the scoresheet. But in the end the stars shined, each scoring shootout goals to...