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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Passion For Whalers Becomes Dream Wedding

    Sean Dwyer remembers March 29, 1983 -- the day he fell in love with the Hartford Whalers. "My dad took me to my first ever Whaler game, I was 6 years old." Dwyer said. "Blaine Stoughton scored on a penalty shot with nine seconds left and the Whalers beat...
  • Preview: Blackhawks at Blues

    In the minds of many, the St. Louis Blues went from the penthouse to the outhouse in record time as they concluded the regular season mired in a six-game losing streak. After winning a triple-overtime marathon in the first-round series opener, the Blues...
  • Blackhawks undaunted after dropping playoff opener

    Blackhawks undaunted after dropping playoff opener
    ST. LOUIS — The Blackhawks relinquished a lead late in regulation, played more than 100 minutes of hockey and all they had to show for their efforts in the waning hours of Thursday was a 1-0 deficit in their opening round playoff series against...
  • Kendrick's two homers power Angels past Tigers

    Kendrick's two homers power Angels past Tigers DETROIT - For years the Los Angeles Angels have had a speed edge on the Detroit Tigers. Now they might be more powerful. Second baseman Howie Kendrick hit a pair of two-run home runs and first baseman...
  • Blackhawks' Joel Quenneville back where his coaching career began

     Blackhawks' Joel Quenneville back where his coaching career began
    ST. LOUIS — A lot has changed for Joel Quenneville since he roamed behind the Blues bench from 1997 to 2004. "Definitely age, hair and all kinds of things in the middle," Quenneville said with a smile. "I was fortunate to get started there. It's a...
  • Canadiens head home with 2-0 series lead on Lightning

    Canadiens head home with 2-0 series lead on Lightning TAMPA, Fla. -- Montreal Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban has seen this movie before. It's up to his team to avoid another sequel. Third-seeded in the Atlantic Division playoffs, Montreal used two...
  • Flyers look to rebound in Game 2

    Steve Mason worked all year to get ready for Thursday night's opening game of the Stanley Cup playoffs. Imagine the frustration then when the Flyers goaltender couldn't answer the bell due to an upper-body injury he suffered in the penultimate game of...
  • Blues coach Quenneville apologizes for inappropriate gesture in Game 1

    Joel Quenneville didn't hide his emotions in the second overtime period at Scottrade Center. To his credit, he didn't mince words when talking about it on Friday. The incident happened midway through the second overtime period of the Blues' 4-3 win in...
  • Horse racing isn't a lark for Blackhawks coach

     Horse racing isn't a lark for Blackhawks coach
    Running in Saturday's Illinois Derby means Midnight Hawk will be a no-show for the Kentucky Derby but Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville and Falcons offensive line coach Mike Tice agree that the likelihood of winning one of the Chicago circuit's premier...
  • Kings' take-away from Game 1 playoff loss to San Jose? 'Play better'

    Kings' take-away from Game 1 playoff loss to San Jose? 'Play better'
    Vulcanized rubber ricocheting off plexiglass wasn't the only source of echoes at the Kings' practice facility Friday. After Thursday's 6-3 loss to the San Jose Sharks in Game 1 of the Western Conference quarterfinals, Kings players were repeating the...
  • Antti Niemi is Sharks' go-to guy

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Antti Niemi needed only 18 seconds to show that he was on his game. Los Angeles Kings forward Jeff Carter had sneaked past the San Jose defense and was all alone heading straight for the Sharks' goal with the puck on his stick. He took...