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  • Bettman soothes worries over Coyotes, Panthers before Final

    Commissioner Gary Bettman sees few glaring problems with the NHL as the Stanley Cup Final gets underway in a model Sun Belt hockey market, and he is eager to soothe any worries about two of his league's other warm-weather teams. Bettman insisted...
  • Penguins owners explore sale of team

    Penguins owners Mario Lemieux and Ron Burkle are considering selling at least a portion of the team. They have retained Morgan Stanley to explore their options, which include selling all, some or none of their interest in the franchise. "We conduct...
  • Gary Bettman says NHL is in good shape as Stanley Cup Final opens

    Gary Bettman says NHL is in good shape as Stanley Cup Final opens
    NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, addressing the media in his customary pre-Stanley Cup Final news conference, praised the state of the league, saying the game “has never been more exciting and competitive, our franchises have never been stronger and...
  • Where to watch free family movies in the Lehigh Valley

    Where to watch free family movies in the Lehigh Valley
    The weather is fine and it's time to get outdoors and watch a movie in one of the area's beautiful parks. There are plenty of options from ArtsQuest and the cities of Bethlehem and Allentown, all of whom are kicking off their free family movie series....
  • NBC broadcast team expects fast-paced Stanley Cup Final, high ratings

    NBC broadcast team expects fast-paced Stanley Cup Final, high ratings
    Mike Emrick never uses conventional descriptions. So while the game may be hockey, he referred to another sport in previewing the Blackhawks-Lightning Stanley Cup Final. "It's going to be a track meet," Emrick said. "I don't think they'll have the...
  • Rangers' Mats Zuccarello Couldn't Talk For Four Days

    Rangers' Mats Zuccarello Couldn't Talk For Four Days
    GREENBURGH, N.Y. — New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello could not speak for four days after being hit in the head by a shot in the opening round of the playoffs and sustaining a small skull fracture and some bleeding. Three days after the...
  • Rangers' Mats Zuccarello couldn't speak after taking slapshot to head

    Rangers' Mats Zuccarello couldn't speak after taking slapshot to head
    New York Rangers forward Mats Zuccarello has disclosed the extent of injuries he suffered after taking a slapshot to the head during a playoff game in April, underlining the often-overlooked dangers involving with vulcanized rubber being slapped around at...
  • Free family movies kick off in Bethlehem and Allentown

    Free family movies kick off in Bethlehem and Allentown
    The weather is fine and it’s time to get outdoors and watch a movie in one of the area’s beautiful parks. There are plenty of options from ArtsQuest and the cities of Bethlehem and Allentown, all of whom are kicking off their free family movie...
  • Buffalo Sabres hire Dan Bylsma as coach

    Buffalo Sabres hire Dan Bylsma as coach
    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Sabres announced Thursday that they have hired former Pittsburgh Penguins coach Dan Bylsma. Bylsma has spent the past two days in Buffalo meeting with Sabres owners Terry and Kim Pegula and general manager Tim...
  • Manners part of the game when it comes to faceoffs

    Manners part of the game when it comes to faceoffs
    When Jonathan Toews puts his faceoff face on, he turns on the charm. "Having an understanding of the linesman," the Blackhawks captain said, "making sure you're on the same page with them and just being respectful." Twice during their 5-4, double-...
  • Going against the grain nothing new for Hextall

    Going against the grain nothing new for Hextall
    On the surface, it looks like a risky move. Somewhat unproven general manager hires somewhat untested coach. Yet no one should be all that surprised that Ron Hextall went in a completely unconventional direction in naming Dave Hakstol to run his...