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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Panthers need to shore up defense to return to winning ways

    Just when the Panthers plug up one leak, another gaping hole seems to appear, and if it continues to widen their playoff hopes will soon sink into it. Thanks to some brainstorming during the weeklong All-Star break by coach Gerard Gallant and assistant...
  • Kings, Blackhawks to face off again in rivalry of respect, not hatred

    Kings, Blackhawks to face off again in rivalry of respect, not hatred
    Happy and reassuring playoff memories for the Kings can provide only so much comfort to a faltering hockey team in search of solutions. The calendar is quickly becoming the Kings’ adversary. They are three points out of a playoff spot, with Dallas...
  • Kings cool with Hawks basking in spotlight—for now

    Kings cool with Hawks basking in spotlight—for now
    The L.A. Kings don't seem to have any Seattle Seahawks in them. At least, not when it comes to taking shots at their opponent. The Kings, arguably the Hawks' most stubborn rival of late, are quick to sing Chicago's praises. The teams have made...
  • Nick Bonino wears scout's hat when Vancouver Canucks meet Ducks

    Nick Bonino has provided important intel to the Vancouver Canucks this season, contributing to scouting reports that have helped his new team get four points in three games against his ex-team, NHL points leader Anaheim. “The first game,...
  • Blackhawks return from All-Star break with long road trip

    Blackhawks return from All-Star break with long road trip
    EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — The grin plastered on Jonathan Toews' face throughout the NHL All-Star Game festivities in Columbus over the weekend will slowly dissipate, and the return of Captain Serious is imminent. When will the transformation be...
  • Hextall faces salary roadblocks in overhaul of Flyers

    Hextall faces salary roadblocks in overhaul of Flyers
    When a team is headed toward the golf course instead of the Stanley Cup playoffs, it's never too early to start thinking about some sort of deconstruction. The NHL trade deadline doesn't roll around until March 2, but you can be sure some deals are...
  • Ovechkin grinning with Capitals among East contenders; West playoff race to tight to call

    Alex Ovechkin's familiar gap-toothed grin has returned with the Washington Capitals in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff hunt. Hardly anyone's smiling in the West, where the standings are far more convoluted heading into the post-All-Star break...
  • Kings center Mike Richards clears waivers, will be sent to minors

    Kings center Mike Richards clears waivers, will be sent to minors
    Kings center Mike Richards cleared waivers on Tuesday, as expected, and he will report to the team's minor-league affiliate in Manchester, N.H., on Wednesday, Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi said. Any NHL team could have claimed Richards in a 24-...
  • Martin Brodeur reportedly will retire, become Blues assistant GM

    Martin Brodeur is finally calling it quits. Brodeur, one of the greatest goalies in NHL history and a three-time Stanley Cup winner, will retire and join the St. Louis Blues' front office as an assistant general manager, according to multiple reports....
  • Ducks look like an NHL playoff lock, Kings are nearly there

    Ducks look like an NHL playoff lock, Kings are nearly there
    Kings Coach Darryl Sutter painted a vivid picture when asked last week about his players' struggles to defend their championship. "They have to keep understanding and listening to what I'm telling them about how tough it is," he said. "The train has got...
  • The highlight of NHL All-Star game is the smile of Chris Sutter

    The highlight of NHL All-Star game is the smile of Chris Sutter
    Who won and who lost Sunday's NHL All-Star game will soon be forgotten, as it should be. What should not be lost in the All-Star-record flood of 29 goals in Team Toews' 17-12 victory over Team Foligno was the grin that constantly illuminated the face of...