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Stanley Cup Playoffs

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  • Wild, Zach Parise improving puck possession

    PITTSBURGH To say Zach Parise has evolved is an understatement. The Wild winger used to be a big proponent of the dump-and-chase game, reminding critics during a classic rant last year that all teams dump the puck, including the Pittsburgh Penguins...
  • Ducks goalies Frederik Andersen, John Gibson in friendly competition

    All their hockey lives, goaltenders Frederik Andersen and John Gibson have been competing to be "the guy." Those instincts have brought them here, sitting next to each other in the Ducks' dressing room, second-year players in position to ascend to a...
  • Fox agrees to air 71 Ducks games this season as talks on deal continue

    With a rights deal still unsigned, the Ducks are far along enough in negotiations with Fox to reveal their full television schedule Wednesday, with plans for all 82 games to be televised, including 71 by Fox cable affiliates Prime Ticket and Fox Sports...
  • Flyers' Grossman anxious to hit the ice

    Nick Grossmann has appeared in 463 regular season NHL games, but the 29-year-old Flyers defenseman can't wait to see preseason action and with good cause. Grossmann, who could possibly see his first action in Thursday's game at the Wells Fargo Center...
  • Scrimmage leaves couple of Blackhawks in stitches

     Scrimmage leaves couple of Blackhawks in stitches
    Patrick Sharp is sporting a line of stitches across his cheek but considers himself the lucky one of the Blackhawks who endured having his face sewn together with a needle and thread during Monday night's scrimmage. Patrick Kane has a vertical line of...
  • Rangers' Stepan suffers fractured fibula

    The Sports Xchange Rangers' Stepan suffers fractured fibula New York Rangers center Derek Stepan sustained a fractured fibula during an on-ice workout Wednesday. The team said Stepan will be examined by team doctors later Wednesday but there was no...
  • Degler adds pucks to an already full plate as the new TV play-by-play voice of the Phantoms

    Steve Degler is old enough to remember the back-to-back Stanley Cup titles the Philadelphia Flyers won in 1974 and '75. "I've been a huge hockey fan my entire life," he said. "I've always been a Flyers fan." That's why Degler is a natural choice as...
  • 14 for (No.) 14

    Paul Konerko is a White Sox legend. The veteran who wears No. 14 has played on the South Side for the past 16 seasons. He's seen baseball history made and been a part of that history. He's also been around Chicago and seen it evolve since 1999. And some...
  • For Kings and center Mike Richards, trust is a two-way street

    In a sport increasingly influenced by analytics, in a league where one bad decision can wreck a team's salary-cap structure and cramp its future, Kings General Manager Dean Lombardi relied on old-fashioned methodology in deciding to keep Mike Richards...
  • Let there be light: New LED system illuminates Kings game

    Let there be light: New LED system illuminates Kings game
    New season, new lighting system for the Kings. The Stanley Cup champions’ first exhibition game at Staples Center featured a new LED lighting system that focuses more light on the ice while dimming the lights in the arena’s seating area,...
  • What we learned from the Kings' 4-3 exhibition shootout victory

    What we learned from the Kings' 4-3 exhibition shootout victory
    Some thoughts on the Kings’ first home preseason game, a 4-3 shootout victory over the Arizona Coyotes on Monday night at Staples Center: Marian Gaborik is a scoring machine You could probably awaken Gaborik from a nap, put him on the ice, and...