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  • Oilers 3, Kings 2 (SO)

    The Sports Xchange Oilers 3, Kings 2 (SO) EDMONTON, Alberta -- The Edmonton Oilers shocked the defending Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings 3-2 thanks to left winger David Perron's shootout winner Tuesday at Rexall Place. The win, just the second...
  • Lowly Oilers stun Kings in shootout

    The Sports Xchange Lowly Oilers stun Kings in shootout EDMONTON, Alberta -- When the last-place team in the NHL beats the defending Stanley Cup champion, everybody leaves the building a little confused. Or a lot. Including the teams. The Oilers...
  • Carl Leubsdorf: My predictions for 2015

    After predicting Seattle's Super Bowl victory and the re-election of governors in Ohio and Wisconsin, but mistakenly forecasting Republicans would fall one seat short of a Senate majority, we try again. Here's an advance look at 2015: January: House...
  • The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins

    The Fly's Questions, As New Year Begins
    A few questions to ponder as we depart 2014 for 2015: Will the UConn men's basketball team take momentum and mojo into March, when the Huskies would be defending their title? Have UConn women's basketball fans made hotel reservations in and around...
  • NHL approves sale of Coyotes

    The Sports Xchange NHL approves sale of Coyotes The National Hockey League's Board of Governors approved the purchase of a 51 percent stake in the Arizona Coyotes by Andrew Barroway off of IceArizona. According to a release from the Coyotes, Barroway...
  • This time capsule would contain some dandies from the 2014 sports year

    This time capsule would contain some dandies from the 2014 sports year
    Sports memories, much like a release date for "The Interview," come and go. The specifics, even about important events and accomplishments, fade with the passing years. Most of what happened in 2014 likely won't be remembered in 100 years. But what if...
  • Winter Classic forced to share New Year's Day with college bowl games of real substance

    For the first time, the Winter Classic is sharing New Year's Day with college football games that actually have something to do with the national championship. Watch outdoor hockey in the afternoon and then go out for dinner? Or plan your day so that...
  • Flyers fall to Avalanche in overtime

    DENVER The Philadelphia Flyers' New Year's resolution should be this: Rethink the penalty-killing coverage because the current setup is not working. The Flyers allowed a late Colorado power-play goal to tie the score Wednesday, then got beaten, 4-3, on...
  • Hayes' brothers enjoy memorable meeting

    Hayes' brothers enjoy memorable meeting
    — Holidays bring families together but there was a rare reunion in Wednesday's New Year's Eve clash between the Rangers and Panthers as the Hayes' brothers faced each other for the first time as NHL players. At times, Panthers 6-foot-6 right wing...
  • Ducks look forward to a healthy roster in the new year

    Without health, you're supposed to have nothing. That hasn't been the case with the Ducks, who lead the NHL in points with a 23-8-5 record while enduring more than 180 man-games lost. They have been affected by a mumps outbreak, broken fingers,...
  • NHL overtime format could see changes, and expansion is a hot topic

    NHL overtime format could see changes, and expansion is a hot topic
    The NHL ushered in 2014 with its Winter Classic outdoor game on New Year's Day, drawing a record crowd of 105,491 to Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor to see the Toronto Maple Leafs defeat the Detroit Red Wings, 3-2, and celebrate the game's cold-weather...