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  • NHL roundup: Pat Quinn dies

    The Sports Xchange NHL roundup: Pat Quinn dies Pat Quinn, who coached for 20 years and played in more than 600 games, died at the age of 71. He was one of the more respected voices in the game. He helped restore Canadian pride in the game as he...
  • Former Flyers coach Pat Quinn dies at 71

    UNIONDALE, N.Y. Pat Quinn, who coached the Flyers to an NHL-record 35-game unbeaten streak in 1979-80, died Sunday night in Vancouver at age 71 after a lengthy illness. Quinn was a big man with a gruff exterior, but he had a soft, caring side, said his...
  • Wayne Gretzky Signs With IMG

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Hockey superstar Wayne Gretzky has once again signed with IMG, returning to the firm after having worked with them in the late 1980s and '90s. With his IMG reunion Gretzky hopes to broaden his career. His new team will...
  • Respected NHL voice, Quinn, dies

    The Sports Xchange Respected NHL voice, Quinn, dies Pat Quinn coached for 20 years and played in more than 600 games. He was one of the more respected voices in the game. He helped restore Canadian pride in the game as he guided Canada to the Gold medal...
  • Longtime NHL coach Pat Quinn dies

    Longtime NHL coach Pat Quinn dies
    Pat Quinn, a longtime NHL coach who twice reached the Stanley Cup Final, has died at age 71, officials said Monday. Quinn died Sunday night at Vancouver General Hospital after a year of declining health, said officials from the Vancouver Giants, a...
  • Respected NHL voice, former Flyers coach, Quinn, dies

    Respected NHL voice, former Flyers coach, Quinn, dies
    Pat Quinn coached for 20 years and played in more than 600 games. He was one of the more respected voices in the game. He helped restore Canadian pride in the game as he guided Canada to the Gold medal in the 2002 Olympics. On Monday, the NHL mourned...
  • Kings continue stumbling on road as they fall, 5-4, to Dallas

    The team that fearlessly won three Game 7s on the road en route to claiming the Stanley Cup last spring has forgotten how to win away games, forgotten how to use its size and strength and brawn to dominate around the net and consistently get into position...
  • Stars grab big lead, hold on to beat Kings, 5-4

    DALLAS While some Stars fans said they felt the earthquake that shook the area Saturday night at American Airlines Center, Stars players said they didn't. They sort of had other problems on their minds. Dallas took a 4-0 lead on the defending Stanley...
  • Stars honor Modano with win vs. Kings

    Stars honor Modano with win vs. Kings DALLAS -- The Dallas Stars did franchise icon Mike Modano proud with their second straight home win, edging the reigning Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings 5-4 on Saturday at American Airlines Center. Before the...
  • Islanders 4, Penguins 1

    The Sports Xchange By Jerry Beach, The Sports Xchange Islanders 4, Penguins 1 UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Center Anders Lee scored the tie-breaking goal 2:38 into the third period Saturday night as the New York Islanders moved into a tie for first place in...
  • Preview: Kings at Stars

    SportsDirect Inc. Preview: Kings at Stars The Los Angeles Kings are the league's best home team, but it's been a different story on the road for the reigning Stanley Cup champions, who open a three-game road trip against the Dallas Stars on Saturday....