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  • Kings' Doughty, Carter get Olympic nods, as do Ducks' Getzlaf, Perry

    Kings' Doughty, Carter get Olympic nods, as do Ducks' Getzlaf, Perry
    Kings defenseman Drew Doughty and forward Jeff Carter, and Ducks forwards Ryan Getzlaf and Corey Perry were named to Team Canada’s roster for the Sochi Olympics on Tuesday, giving both Southern California teams strong representation at next month&...
  • No time to nap for Canada's hockey team at Sochi Olympics

    No time to nap for Canada's hockey team at Sochi Olympics
    SOCHI, Russia—Team Canada Coach Mike Babcock issued a strong and unusual directive to his players after they arrived in Sochi and held a brisk practice Monday at the Bolshoy Dome: Don’t go to sleep. Instead of giving in to jet lag, he told...
  • Nashville defenseman Seth Jones living up to advance billing

    Nashville defenseman Seth Jones living up to advance billing
    NASHVILLE -- After he was drafted, defenseman Shea Weber spent two more seasons in junior hockey and played 48 games in Milwaukee, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Nashville Predators. Similarly, Minnesota defenseman Ryan Suter, a former...
  • Sochi Olympics: Canada is golden again with win over Sweden in hockey

    Sochi Olympics: Canada is golden again with win over Sweden in hockey
    SOCHI, Russia — Sidney Crosby again proved that he’s a big-time, big-game scorer. Crosby, held without a goal in Canada’s first five games at the Sochi Olympics hockey tournament, scored on a breakaway in the second period of Sunday&...
  • Sochi Olympics: Drew Doughty shines in Canada's 3-1 win over Norway

    Sochi Olympics: Drew Doughty shines in Canada's 3-1 win over Norway
    SOCHI, Russia -- Drew Doughty went to the Vancouver Olympics four years ago as a spare defenseman and came back a star -- and with a gold medal. Something about playing under the most intense pressure and scrutiny seems to bring out the best in the...
  • Jeff Carter's hat trick leads Canada in 6-0 rout of Austria

    Jeff Carter's hat trick leads Canada in 6-0 rout of Austria
    SOCHI, Russia — Based on Jeff Carter’s hat trick and Drew Doughty’s game-opening goal in Canada’s 6-0 Olympic victory over Austria on Friday, you’d never know the Kings are one of the NHL’s lowest-scoring teams....
  • Six of seven Ducks Olympians remain in contention for gold medal

    Six of seven Ducks Olympians remain in contention for gold medal
    As the Olympic men’s hockey tournament moves on to the semifinal round Friday, six of the seven Ducks who departed for Sochi nine days ago still have visions of gold. Defenseman Cam Fowler and Team USA play Team Canada and its Ducks’ stars...
  • Torres gets off easy

    Torres gets off easy
    Raffi Torres got a 25-game suspension for his dirty, despicable, flying hit that knocked out Marian Hossa in the first period of Game 3 of the Blackhawks-Coyotes playoff series. But you know what? After listening to NHL sheriff Brendan Shanahan, Torres...
  • Where's the consistency, NHL?

    Where's the consistency, NHL?
    Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw hit a goalie. It was obvious and potentially concussive. The NHL said it was cracking down on hits involving the head. He deserved a suspension. Nashville’s Shea Weber rammed a player’s head into the glass...
  • One playoff game, and the NHL loses all credibility

    One playoff game, and the NHL loses all credibility
    Nashville defenseman Shea Weber rammed Detroit center Henrik Zetterberg’s head into the glass at the end of their playoff opener Wednesday night. Weber missed the first time, but got the Red Wings center the second. Weber rammed Zetterberg’...
  • Tight matchup turning into a hit

    W It was Brooks Laich who pointed out late Monday night that one never knows when a Stanley Cup playoff series will turn chippy — or worse — but that it is almost inevitable. "Sometimes it happens right away in the first game, sometimes it...