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  • Akeson making noise for Lehigh Valley Phantoms

    Akeson making noise for Lehigh Valley Phantoms
    Jason Akeson didn't want to return to the AHL's Phantoms. After leading the team in scoring for the last two years in Glens Falls, Akeson hoped that this was his year to make the leap into the NHL. At first, it looked that way. But after playing in just...
  • Pittsburgh's Sidney Crosby added to the list of mumps patients in NHL

    The NHL's baffling mumps outbreak added a high-profile patient over the weekend in Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby, who practiced and spoke to the media Friday before tests confirmed the diagnosis. Although the outbreak so far has been confined...
  • San Jose Sharks have put their season in turnaround

    San Jose Coach Todd McLellan's job security didn't look so solid a month ago, when the Sharks were a wobbly 10-10-4. He heard speculation that he'd be fired and handled the uncertainty as best he could. "We just come to work every day. We work hard," he...
  • Ducks look like an NHL playoff lock, Kings are nearly there

    Ducks look like an NHL playoff lock, Kings are nearly there
    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter painted a vivid picture when asked last week about his players' struggles to defend their championship. "They have to keep understanding and listening to what I'm telling them about how tough it is," he said. "The train has got...
  • Winter Classic appeal hasn't worn off for NBC's Ed Olczyk, Mike Emrick

    Winter Classic appeal hasn't worn off for NBC's Ed Olczyk, Mike Emrick
    Ed Olczyk, like most NHL players, grew up playing hockey outdoors. He has fond memories of endless hours skating in frigid weather around the Chicago area during the 1970s. His father even built an outdoor rink in their backyard. "I remember my mom...
  • East Division rivalry up again for Phantoms

    East Division rivalry up again for Phantoms
    Rivalry action is starting to heat up for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Phantoms, 4-2 and tied for second in the East Division of the AHL, host the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins 7:05 p.m. today at the PPL Center in a rematch of the season-opening...
  • Bourque Brothers Enjoying Time Together With Wolf Pack

    Bourque Brothers Enjoying Time Together With Wolf Pack
    Twenty eight years later, here was Raymond Bourque sitting inside the XL Center. That's right. The noblest opponent, who played more games, scored more points and skated infinitely more minutes than anybody against the Whalers, finally got off our ice....
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Penguins have won seven in a row

    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the past week: + The Pittsburgh Penguins, fueled by a power play operating at a 37.5% success rate, have won seven straight games. Sidney Crosby, who had five assists against...
  • It's an emotional night for newest class at Hockey Hall of Fame

    It's an emotional night for newest class at Hockey Hall of Fame
    Their accents and homelands differed, but the six men inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday expressed a common affection for the family and friends who helped them reach the pinnacle of their sport. "Hockey is one language spoken...
  • Ben Lovejoy has been a great fit with Ducks

    Branded as a sixth or seventh defenseman by the Pittsburgh Penguins and unsure if he could rise above that ceiling, Ben Lovejoy wondered if his hockey career had stalled before it had really begun. "I would have gone to Antarctica for a fresh start," he...
  • Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright

    Sochi Games: Canada beats U.S. in men's hockey, protects birthright
    SOCHI, Russia — Aw, Canada. It's hard to work up any sort of serious dislike for those quaint neighbors living in America's attic, but this hockey thing is getting ridiculous. Twice during a 24-hour period at the appropriately named Bolshoy...