RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Stanley Cup Playoffs

A collection of news and information related to Stanley Cup Playoffs published by this site and its partners.

Top Stanley Cup Playoffs Articles

Displaying items 12-22
  • Riveting 'Red Army' documentary fills hockey void for Glencoe filmmaker

    Riveting 'Red Army' documentary fills hockey void for Glencoe filmmaker
    Naturally, Gabe Polsky remembers all three goals he scored during his college hockey days at Yale. He also has vivid memories of what happened after he bagged two goals in the opener of his sophomore season. "I wasn't in the lineup for the next game,"...
  • Bianchi: Stanley Cup has been in war zones and strip clubs, celebrated with, urinated in

    Bianchi: Stanley Cup has been in war zones and strip clubs, celebrated with, urinated in
    The Keeper of the Cup would not budge. Despite the begging, he would not waver. Despite the pleading, he stood steadfast. Despite blatant bribery, he would not allow me to complete a bucket-list item for sports fans around the globe. I showed...
  • Ducks retire Teemu Selanne's jersey in a poignant ceremony

    Ducks retire Teemu Selanne's jersey in a poignant ceremony
    It was the perfect touch in a ceremony illuminated by many poignant moments, an afternoon of joy and laughter and more than a few suspiciously moist eyes. Teemu Selanne arrived for his jersey retirement festivities Sunday at the Honda Center by...
  • Ryan Pace an intriguing alternative for Bears

    Ryan Pace an intriguing alternative for Bears
    If the Bears were going to shock the NFL world by luring a highly valued member of the Saints organization who played college football at Eastern Illinois, I would have preferred Sean Payton. But Ryan Pace represents an intriguing alternative, a stark...
  • 37-year-old Ryan Pace seems like good choice for Bears in the long run

    37-year-old Ryan Pace seems like good choice for Bears in the long run
    While interviewing Wednesday to become the Bears general manager, Ryan Pace answered a question about his favorite hobby. "When Ryan said triathlons and started describing the Ironman in Austria he just completed (in June), he said the Bears guys just...
  • Teemu Selanne to become the first Duck to have his jersey retired

    Teemu Selanne was late to everything, sometimes so tardy his Ducks teammates would tell the bus driver to leave the practice rink without him. He'd ride back to the hotel in the equipment truck, fuming, but never for long. And no one could be angry with...
  • Kings had a hand in helping Flames get out of a slump

    Kings had a hand in helping Flames get out of a slump
    The Calgary Flames' season was hanging by a thread when they faced the Kings at Staples Center on Dec. 22. After a strong start, the Flames had fallen into an 0-7-1 slump, the kind of frustration that challenges players' character, belief and patience....
  • Rob Blake's jersey retirement ceremony is fit for a King

    Rob Blake's jersey retirement ceremony is fit for a King
    The ceremony the Kings staged to retire Rob Blake's jersey was very much like Blake himself: unpretentious, mostly understated but illuminated by genuine emotion that hit home as hard as any punch to the gut. The emotional jolts Saturday weren't as...
  • Stanley Cup champion Kings aren't satisfied treading water at midseason

    Only occasionally this season has General Manager Dean Lombardi seen the Kings resemble the group that blended a strong work ethic, forbidding goaltending and staunch defense to win the Stanley Cup twice in three seasons. "There's been pockets where...
  • Another close win for Ducks could help in playoffs

    Another close win for Ducks could help in playoffs
    Sitting atop the NHL standings after 41 games of their 82-game schedule, the Ducks have every reason to say their glass is half-full. If it's being filled mostly with one-goal victories, that's fine. Pushed hard Sunday by the aggressive Nashville...
  • Hawks' Bickell looking for success in regular season too

    Hawks' Bickell looking for success in regular season too
    Bryan Bickell is the rarest of the rare — the parent of a young child who did not dread the end of Daylight Saving Time. His daughter, Makayla, is not even 3 months old and yet she slept until 8 a.m. Sunday — 9 if you don't factor in the...