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  • Ex-King Mike Richards reportedly was held at Canada border with OxyContin

    Ex-King Mike Richards reportedly was held at Canada border with OxyContin
    Mike Richards was held at a Manitoba, Canada, border crossing for at least four hours last month after he was allegedly found to be carrying OxyContin pills, and the former Kings center remains under investigation in connection with the alleged possession...
  • Phil Kessel's trade to Penguins highlights first day of NHL's free agency

    Phil Kessel's trade to Penguins highlights first day of NHL's free agency
    NHL general managers were relatively restrained on the first day of free agency, favoring strategic signings over the throw-money-at-the-problem moves that previously trapped many of them in salary-cap purgatory. A couple of intriguing trades stole...
  • Brad Richards and Antoine Vermette make it official — they're gone

    Brad Richards and Antoine Vermette make it official — they're gone
    The makeover of the Blackhawks roster for the 2015-16 season is far from complete, but the picture slowly is becoming a bit more defined as general manager Stan Bowman traverses the swampy landscape that is the NHL salary cap. During the first day of...
  • Ducks acquire defenseman Kevin Bieksa from Canucks

    Ducks acquire defenseman Kevin Bieksa from Canucks
    After Francois Beauchemin informed the Ducks he could find a richer deal in free agency, the team reacted Tuesday by acquiring veteran defenseman Kevin Bieksa from the Vancouver Canucks for a second-round draft pick in the 2016 draft. The Ducks also...
  • On eve of free-agency period, NHL teams taking care of business

    On eve of free-agency period, NHL teams taking care of business
    The NHL free-agent season opens Wednesday with two Kings, winger Justin Williams and defenseman Andrej Sekera, plus two Ducks, defenseman Francois Beauchemin and forward Matt Beleskey, leading the list of available players. It is, by most measures, an...
  • Stan Bowman's trade of Brandon Saad made the best of a bad situation

    Stan Bowman's trade of Brandon Saad made the best of a bad situation
    Minutes after the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup at the United Center, general manager Stan Bowman embraced Brandon Saad and assured the 22-year-old forward it was the second of many championships they would win together. "He's going to be here," Bowman...
  • Matt Beleskey, Ducks' breakout player last season, joins Boston Bruins

    Matt Beleskey, Ducks' breakout player last season, joins Boston Bruins
    The Ducks lost their breakout player of last season Wednesday when forward Matt Beleskey departed via free agency. Beleskey’s career year with the Ducks netted him a reported five-year, $19-million contract with the Boston Bruins. The signing...
  • Flyers sign goalie Neuvirth as Mason's backup

    The Flyers signed backup goalie Michal Neuvirth on Wednesday and gained an insurance policy in case starter Steve Mason has another injury-plagued season. Both goalies were selected in the 2006 draft. Neuvirth was chosen by Washington in the second round...
  • Rangers Sign 5 As Free Agents

    The New York Rangers have signed defenseman Raphael Diaz and forwards Jayson Megna, Matt Lindblad, Viktor Stalberg and Brian Gibbons as free agents. Rangers president Glen Sather announced the moves on Wednesday as the NHL kicked off free agency....
  • Glen Sather Gives Up Rangers GM Position, Will Remain Team President

    GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Glen Sather is stepping down as the general manager of the New York Rangers and being replaced by longtime assistant Jeff Gorton. In making the announcement of the front office change on Wednesday, Sather said he would remain as...
  • Tastes like victory: Niles facility makes limited Blackhawks' Stanley Cup Coke cans

     Tastes like victory: Niles facility makes limited Blackhawks' Stanley Cup Coke cans
    Chicago Blackhawks fans can continue to savor the sweet taste of the Stanley Cup victory—while supplies last. On June 16, Coca-Cola released two special limited-edition cans in honor of the Blackhawks' third Stanley Cup win in six years, one for...