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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Canada by train: A grand lineup of cities

    Canada by train: A grand lineup of cities
    This will be a story about hockey, poutine, fishing and Ted Williams, the Titanic, waterfalls, smoked meat, an old chateau with a new roof, lobsters, chowders and other good things. But mostly, it will be about a train ride. And Canada. Both of which...
  • Canucks dominate Pens, 5-0

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia Make no mistake: The Pittsburgh Penguins would love to face Vancouver in the Stanley Cup final. Mostly because they would love to face anybody including the Montreal Canadiens of the late 1970s in the Stanley Cup final. But...
  • Devils win third straight, Elias scores 400th; Maple Leafs lose franchise-record 11th straight

    Long-time New Jersey Devil Patrik Elias finally joined the 400-goal club. The "achievement" for the Toronto Maple Leafs on the same night was no cause for celebration. Elias ended a nine-game goal-scoring drought with his 400th career tally and the...
  • Veteran executive Luukko joins Panthers to help boost bottom line

    Veteran executive Luukko joins Panthers to help boost bottom line
    The Florida Panthers' hiring of long-time NHL executive Peter Luukko brings much-needed experienced leadership to help stabilize the long-struggling franchise. Luukko, appointed Friday as executive chairman, will be involved with the hockey operation...
  • 'His blood flows hockey': Gordie Howe honored by hockey greats in Saskatoon hometown

    Wayne Gretzky figures there is no photograph fans ask him to sign more often than the one of him as a smiling preteen beside his Gordie Howe, who is playfully hooking a hockey stick around youngster's neck. "Every time I look at the picture or sign the...
  • Restless Timonen thrilled to be back on ice

    Exhilarated that he would soon be back on the ice for the first time in over nine months, Flyers defenseman Kimmo Timonen was restless late Thursday night. "It was kind of a weird feeling this morning," Timonen said after skating at the team's practice...
  • Fans thrill at sight of Stanley Cup at City Hall

    Fans thrill at sight of Stanley Cup at City Hall
    A building full of city planners, code enforcers and permit issuers shouldn't be this much fun. That's the effect a special visitor had during lunchtime at Orlando City Hall on Tuesday, prompting police officer Wayne Costa to say it was "one of the...
  • Tony Verna, TV director who introduced instant replay, dies at 81

     Tony Verna, TV director who introduced instant replay, dies at 81
    It was the fourth quarter. Navy was beating Army, 21-7, on a grim early December day in Philadelphia. "You're going to do what?" announcer Lindsey Nelson asked between commercials of the college football game. What CBS director Tony Verna wanted to do...
  • 'Red Army' doc a Stanley Cup Final-like rush

    'Red Army' doc a Stanley Cup Final-like rush
    There's a scene in "Red Army" where the central figure seeks the assistance of an elderly mentor and puts a young child on his shoulders to use as a training weight. It could be straight out of "Rocky IV." It's not. That moment is from the life of...
  • Strong contingent from Chicago area bolsters Miami hockey

    Strong contingent from Chicago area bolsters Miami hockey
    When Miami of Ohio plays Saturday at Soldier Field, the Redhawks might as well call it a homecoming game. No Division I team has more Illinois players than the six — all from the Chicago area — on the roster for No. 8 Miami, which meets...
  • Pirri scores late to power Panthers past Kings 3-2

    Pirri scores late to power Panthers past Kings 3-2
    One would think that the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings were supposed to knock off the Panthers Thursday night in the BB&T Center. But these aren't the same Kings who hoisted two of the last three silver chalices. Before the game Kings stone-faced...