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  • Preview: Panthers at Sharks

    The San Jose Sharks look to take care of business against the visiting Florida Panthers on Tuesday as they battle for the top spot in the Pacific Division and the Western Conference. The Sharks are tied in points with Anaheim in the Pacific and stand four...
  • Sharks reset and refreshed themselves into true Stanley Cup contenders

    The seeds of the San Jose Sharks' six-game winning streak, their 8-1-1 record since the Olympic break and ascent to a tie with the Ducks atop the Pacific Division were planted at last season's trading deadline, when Sharks General Manager Doug Wilson...
  • Kings' Jarret Stoll healthy, ready for camp after seizure in July

    Kings' Jarret Stoll healthy, ready for camp after seizure in July
    Three weeks of uncertainty did not fully answer Jarret Stoll’s questions. But the numerous visits to doctors managed to give the popular Kings center “peace of mind.” Stoll suffered a seizure┬áJuly 3 and was taken to a hospital. He...
  • Kings' Jarret Stoll looks ahead after scary event in July

    Kings' Jarret Stoll looks ahead after scary event in July
    Three weeks of uncertainty did not fully answer Jarret Stoll's questions. But numerous visits to doctors managed to give the popular Kings center "peace of mind." Stoll suffered a seizure July 3 at his Hermosa Beach residence and was taken to a...
  • Sharks' Raffi Torres might need surgery

    The San Jose Sharks will be without forward Raffi Torres for the start of the season because of an injured right knee. Torres was injured in a collision with Ducks forward Emerson Etem on Friday night. Torres and the Sharks will decide in the next few...
  • Venus Williams advances at Pan Pacific Open

    Venus Williams advances at Pan Pacific Open
    Venus Williams beat Canadian teenager Eugenie Bouchard, 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3, on Thursday to advance to the Pan Pacific Open semifinals in Tokyo for the first time. Williams, whose previous best in Tokyo was the quarterfinals in 2004, broke Bouchard with a...
  • Chicago deserves this Hawkey party

    Chicago deserves this Hawkey party
    "It's a different level of unbelievable." That's what Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said on the ice of a mostly empty TD Garden, minutes after his team won a second Stanley Cup in four seasons. Perhaps the finish of that game was particularly...
  • Blackhawks defeat Kings, 2-1, in Western Conference finals opener

    Blackhawks defeat Kings, 2-1, in Western Conference finals opener
    The Chicago Blackhawks scored two second-period goals as part of a repeated shot-taking effort on gifted Kings goaltender Jonathan Quick, producing a 2-1 victory over visiting Los Angeles in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Saturday at United...
  • Kings 'need guys to step their games up,' Sutter says [Updated]

    Kings 'need guys to step their games up,' Sutter says [Updated]
    Thursday’s game-day skate at Staples Center was mandatory for the Kings, who are hoping to retain home-ice advantage and take the lead in their Western Conference semifinal playoff series against the San Jose Sharks. The series is even at 2-2...
  • Kings' Jarret Stoll making slow progress in concussion recovery

    Kings' Jarret Stoll making slow progress in concussion recovery
    SAN JOSE -- Kings center Jarret Stoll, who sustained a concussion on a hit from San Jose Sharks winger Raffi Torres in Game 1 of the teams’ Western Conference semifinal playoff series, said Sunday he feels good and will continue to be active as long...
  • Kings find a way to win a game they seemed bound to lose

    Kings find a way to win a game they seemed bound to lose
    The 18,000-plus fans who crammed into Staples Center didn't want to leave, lingering to digest what they had seen and savor an improbable moment. Who could blame them for trying to prolong a moment so stunning that it was at least the equal of the many...