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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Kings hope Mike Richards can give them a competitive edge

    Kings hope Mike Richards can give them a competitive edge
    The Kings should have shed Mike Richards' contract during last summer's final compliance-buyout period, but General Manager Dean Lombardi wanted to keep his core group together and willingly believed Richards' promises to improve his fitness. Whether...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 7-2 loss to the New York Rangers

    What we learned from the Ducks' 7-2 loss to the New York Rangers
    It’s best not to make rash decisions at the worst moments. Sunday night’s 7-2 loss by the Ducks to the defending Eastern Conference champions certainly was fodder for those outside the visitors’ dressing room to make brash...
  • What we learned from the Ducks' 3-2 victory over the Kings

    What we learned from the Ducks' 3-2 victory over the Kings
    It started in November, when new Ducks’ addition Ryan Kesler entered the Kings’ rivalry with two goals and the deciding shootout goal to beat L.A. after Anaheim couldn’t do so in last season’s playoffs. It continued Wednesday,...
  • Hyde: Panthers staying alive

    Hyde: Panthers staying alive
    SUNRISE — Big night. Big game. That's all you heard from the parking lot, through the entrance to BB&T Center, to the elevator, where Panthers General Manager Dale Tallon entered after a pregame stop in the locker room. "Gonna be a helluva game,''...
  • Mike Richards, recalled by Kings, practices ahead of Devils game

     Mike Richards, recalled by Kings, practices ahead of Devils game
    For center Mike Richards, the most difficult part was the uncertainty when the Kings put him on waivers in late January. How long would he be gone? Or would he come back? Those questions were eventually answered when he received a phone call...
  • Pirri's goal is to score every chance he gets

    Pirri's goal is to score every chance he gets
    Wesley Snipes? That's a teammate's glib tribute to Brandon Pirri, a Canadian sniper with a dead-on aim rarely seen from a Florida Panther. Pirri's recent scoring binge is certainly nickname-worthy on a team that has been in search of a pure scorer...
  • Blackhawks' Scott Darling hopes he's home for long time

    Blackhawks' Scott Darling hopes he's home for long time
    Scott Darling pretty much has this moving thing down, having packed up his stuff 16 times in the last four years. But even an expert relocator can have an off day, so it wasn't Darling's finest moment when he chose a recent Saturday night in bustling...
  • Blackhawks' new 'hockey dad' just wants a Cup

    Blackhawks' new 'hockey dad' just wants a Cup
    You can never have enough leaders in the locker room. Especially toward the end of the season when every point counts and the playoffs inch closer. The Blackhawks weren't hurting for a leader with a room full of seasoned players such as Jonathan Toews,...
  • Is John Gibson making a case to be the Ducks' top goalie?

    Is John Gibson making a case to be the Ducks' top goalie?
    John Gibson is expected to start in goal for a fourth straight game Wednesday night when the Ducks meet the Kings at Honda Center. Does that mean the 21-year-old has moved ahead of 30-game-winning goalie Frederik Andersen on Anaheim’s depth chart?...
  • Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa help Blackhawks to third straight victory

    Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa help Blackhawks to third straight victory
    Jonathan Toews' first goal was just silly. His second Tuesday made Islanders backup goalie Michal Neuvirth look that way. "I had a lot of good chances," Toews said, "a couple of tricky ones." Ones that did the trick in a 4-1 victory at the United...
  • Jonathan Quick's value to Kings goes beyond numbers to work ethic

    Jonathan Quick's value to Kings goes beyond numbers to work ethic
    According to experts, Jonathan Quick isn't an elite NHL goaltender. "The problem is that while he has the power to carry a team, he also has the power to sink one, and that's what we've seen recently," Bleacher Report said on Feb. 11, comparing Quick'...