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  • Jussi Jokinen quietly produces for Panthers

    Jussi Jokinen quietly produces for Panthers
    After every game when the media heads to the Panthers locker room for interviews, they're usually passed in the hallway by a constantly moving Jussi Jokinen in the midst of his postgame exercise routine. After morning skate, while most of his...
  • Wednesday & Saturday: Phantoms face off against Crunch, Penguins at PPL Center

    Wednesday & Saturday: Phantoms face off against Crunch, Penguins at PPL Center
    Cheer on the Lehigh Valley Phantoms as they face off against the Syracuse Crunch and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins this week at Allentown's PPL Center. On Wednesday, March 25, Lehigh Valley (29-27-6-1) will battle Syracuse (38-18-8-0) for the second...
  • On The Air Wednesday

    BASKETBALL 7 p.m.: La Salle at VCU. CBSSN 7 p.m.: Syracuse at Boston College. ESPN2 7 p.m.: Kansas State at West Virginia. ESPNU 7 p.m.: Knicks at Magic. MSG 7 p.m.: Miami at Wake Forest. NESN, YES 7 p.m.: George Washington at Duquesne. SNY 7:30 p....
  • What we learned from the Kings' 1-0 victory over Arizona

    What we learned from the Kings' 1-0 victory over Arizona
    A few more takeaways from a grind-it-out, often dull contest against the Coyotes on Monday night: The stretch run isn’t always pretty Tennis player turned television commentator Brad Gilbert once wrote a well-regarded book, “Winning Ugly.&...
  • Pluses and minuses around the NHL

    Pluses and minuses around the NHL
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses around the NHL from the past week. + The legend of Ottawa Senators goaltender Andrew Hammond, nicknamed "Hamburglar" at Bowling Green for his ability to steal games, continues to grow. On...
  • Sunday: Phantoms face off against Penguins at PPL Center

    Sunday: Phantoms face off against Penguins at PPL Center
    Cheer on the Lehigh Valley Phantoms as they face off against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, Sunday at Allentown's PPL Center. The Phantoms (29-24-6-1) have already battled the Penguins (36-20-2-4) seven times this season, including a 5-2 victory in...
  • Wolf Pack Weekend

    Friday, at Springfield Falcons, 7 p.m., MassMutual Center: With 70 points, the Falcons are two points ahead of the Wolf Pack in the Northeast Division and occupy the eighth playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. ... The seventh of 10 meetings between the...
  • AHL Lehigh Valley Phantoms about to fight for playoff life on the road

    AHL Lehigh Valley Phantoms about to fight for playoff life on the road
    Gloomy and gloomier. That's the unofficial outlook from the outside looking at the AHL standings and the chances the Lehigh Valley Phantoms have to make the Calder Cup playoffs. The Phantoms, playing their first season in the Lehigh Valley after going...
  • James Wisniewski hopes to be braced for Ducks' return Monday

    James Wisniewski hopes to be braced for Ducks' return Monday
    First, the easy stuff. According to Ducks Coach Bruce Boudreau, defenseman Sami Vatanen -- almost ready to return from a knee injury -- won’t play against the Canucks Monday night at Rogers Arena. Nor will left wing Matt Beleskey, who is still...
  • What's next for the four major Philadelphia professional sports teams?

    What's next for the four major Philadelphia professional sports teams?
    Gone is last season's NBA Rookie of the Year, 23-year-old Michael Carter-Williams. Saying good-bye this week is LeSean McCoy, the Eagles' all-time leading rusher at age 26. Phillies and Flyers fans can rest easy because there is no one as young,...
  • 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...