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  • Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof

    Snoozing can lead to losing; Ducks are living proof
    After a good start carried them to the top of the Pacific Division, the Ducks understandably slipped into cruise control in early February. "It's a tough time of year whether you're at the bottom or the top. When you're at the top it's almost tougher,"...
  • Hundreds gather for Steve Montador funeral

    Hundreds gather for Steve Montador funeral
    MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Hundreds of friends, family members and teammates gathered Saturday for former NHL defenseman Steve Montador's funeral. He died last weekend at the age of 35. “Imagine if there was a time where there wasn't hockey: You...
  • Ducks place veteran goalie Ilya Bryzgalov on waivers

    Ducks place veteran goalie Ilya Bryzgalov on waivers
    The Ducks' deteriorating homecoming experiment with veteran goalie Ilya Bryzgalov reached a new low Sunday when the team placed him on waivers. Signed from free-agent limbo in December, Bryzgalov, 34, was 1-4-1 in goal and hasn't played since getting...
  • What the Blackhawks 'won' on Sunday

    What the Blackhawks 'won' on Sunday
    "Who was the big winner?" That's always the main question on Oscar Sunday. The answer: anyone but the Blackhawks. Sunday's game at the United Center had pretty much everything the Oscars did: fans, winners and losers, even a musical number if you...
  • Dale Jr. regrets late track miscue

    Dale Jr. regrets late track miscue
    DAYTONA BEACH — Dale Earnhardt Jr. messed up. And he knows it. A second straight Daytona 500 victory was within reach Sunday when Earnhardt Jr. moved up the track on a re-start with about 20 laps to go. The decision caused him to tumble from...
  • Flyers rebound, shoot down Predators

    Flyers rebound, shoot down Predators
    PHILADELPHIA – Lose to the worst team in hockey, then beat the best. Go figure. Two days after falling to the lowly Buffalo Sabres, the Flyers bounced back with a 3-2 shootout win over the NHL-leading Nashville Predators on Saturday afternoon at...
  • Miracle On Ice: What You May Or May Not Remember

    Miracle On Ice: What You May Or May Not Remember
    On Feb. 22, 1980, the United States stunned the Soviets 4-3 to reach the gold medal game of the Winter Olympics, which they also won. It is 35 years since that "Miracle On Ice" in Lake Placid, N.Y. On Saturday night members of the team came back for a...
  • Kampfer impresses as Panthers stopgap

    Kampfer impresses as Panthers stopgap
    When two-time Stanley Cup-winning defenseman Willie Mitchell went on injured reserve, the Florida Panthers were able to reach into their farm system for a fill-in with a championship ring of his own. Steven Kampfer, who scored the tying goal that...
  • Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins

    Philadelphia holds many happy memories for former Flyers great Eric Desjardins
    VOORHEES—Eric Desjardins may have experienced his greatest glory as a member of the Montreal Canadiens but he will always think of himself as a Flyer. Why? Because, aside from the Stanley Cup he won with the Habs back in 1993, Desjardins' career...
  • The NHL's denial of the obvious

    The NHL's denial of the obvious
    The death of a well-liked hockey journeyman has put another face on the National Hockey League's growing concussion problem. It has also highlighted some of the pitfalls of covering an issue in which the sports media will play a key role in any progress....
  • Desjardins set for Flyers' Hall of Fame induction

    Desjardins set for Flyers' Hall of Fame induction
    VOORHEES – Eric Desjardins may have experienced his greatest glory as a member of the Montreal Canadiens but he will always think of himself as a Flyer. Why? Because aside from the Stanley Cup he won with the Habs back in 1993, Desjardins’...