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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • 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....
  • NHL pluses and minuses: Ducks, Red Wings and Jets try to resume win streaks

    NHL pluses and minuses: Ducks, Red Wings and Jets try to resume win streaks
    Times columnist Helene Elliott rates the pluses and minuses in the NHL from the last week: + The All-Star break interrupted five-game winning streaks for the Ducks, Detroit and Winnipeg. That success put the Ducks atop the NHL with 68 points, moved...
  • 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...
  • Takeaways from the Kings' 2-1 overtime loss to the Calgary Flames

    A few takeaways -- which sound a lot like some of the same old ones -- from the end of a long homestand for the struggling Kings following a 2-1 overtime loss to the Calgary Flames on Monday. Losing third-period leads … again It’s not...
  • Fans thrill at sight of Stanley Cup at City Hall

    Fans thrill at sight of Stanley Cup at City Hall
    A building full of city planners, code enforcers and permit issuers shouldn't be this much fun. That's the effect a special visitor had during lunchtime at Orlando City Hall on Tuesday, prompting police officer Wayne Costa to say it was "one of the...
  • 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....
  • Kings on the outside looking in at playoff berth

    Kings on the outside looking in at playoff berth
    If there is a price to be paid for playing 11 playoff series and 64 playoff games in the past three years, one can argue that the Kings are making that payment right now. As of Tuesday, the reigning Stanley Cup champion Kings are on the outside...
  • All-Star experience a thrill for Corey Crawford and Brent Seabrook

    All-Star experience a thrill for Corey Crawford and Brent Seabrook
    COLUMBUS, Ohio — When the request came for a volunteer to move from near the front of the small commercial jet to the back to create more balance before Friday's flight from Chicago to Columbus, Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford popped up and...
  • Blackhawks All-Star Patrick Kane has special memories of Columbus

    Blackhawks All-Star Patrick Kane has special memories of Columbus
    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Patrick Kane came full circle when he arrived in Columbus for the NHL All-Star Game. The Blackhawks winger was the top pick in the 2007 draft in Columbus and has fond memories of that first step in his NHL career. "This is...
  • 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,"...